Paralympic hero made a Freeman
Stacey is first to benefit from new surgery
Fun event has a porpoise for young pirates
Blyth Battery goes to war in 2013
Club handed £5,000 for ladies’ game
Callum takes first steps after his op
A second session of horse micro-chipping and passporting took place this week to assist with efforts to control the number of loose and tethered horses in south east Northumberland.
A local family history project is celebrating success after their pioneering work received funding of almost £50,000.
A Paralympic hero from south east Northumberland has been made an Honorary Freeman of Gateshead.
A Blyth woman has become the first in the north east to undergo pioneering thyroid surgery, leaving her with a minimal scar on her neck.
Young pirates overran Newbiggin when they came ‘ashore’ for a fun day.
Visitors to Blyth at the weekend were confronted with a town at war, as a special event took place.
In the Morpeth Sunday League’s ES Johnson Challenge Cup final, Bedlington Barrington Arms edged out Red Row Brick Club 2-1 after extra time to ensure it was party time on the town’s Front Street on Sunday night.
A Morpeth golfer has received a limited-edition BOSS watch after scoring a hole-in-one during a recent competition at his club.
Ashington Juniors Eagles Under-12s are in need of a larger trophy cabinet after clinching the treble this season.
Ashington CFC’s assistant manager Perry Briggs reckons he has already seen enough in his six months with the club to convince him that the future looks bright for the Woodhorn Lane outfit.
Ashington CFC have arranged their first pre-season friendly for July.
Ashington Amateur Boxing Club’s Joseph Mullen has been in action again.
A local 60s garage rock band are preparing to hit the studio to record their debut album next month, with a gig in the county.
Ashington and District Male Voice Choir wowed the audience at their annual concert.
People with an interest in Northumberland waterways are being sought as riverfly samplers.
Northumberland’s only Reggae DJ is jammin’ the airwaves Community radio station, Radio Northumberland has brought a touch of Jamaica to the region with the arrival of a brand new Reggae show.
A band who scrimped and saved while fighting at the bottom are now enjoy success, and will be bringing their award-winning sound to Blyth.
International soprano Janice Cairns is coming home to perform at The Sage Gateshead this month, in support of her charity Opera Africa.
A conference is being held to help people find out how they can protect their hearing.
A pirate invasion and swashbuckling adventures are planned for Newbiggin next month.
Since moving to Guide Post last year, I regularly walk my dog in Cleaswell Hill Park.2 comments
I REFER to Julie Scott’s letter (News Post Leader, March 27) regarding the persecution of the red squirrel.
FAR too often in today’s society we find ourselves quick to complain but forget to say thank you when things go right.
ON behalf of Support Our Soldiers, we would like to say a huge thank you to the XXXX Crew and Bebside Inn for organising such a successful weekend in support of our armed forces.
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