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Northumberland has been announced by NHS England as one of 15 areas nationally set to accelerate work to involve local people, thanks to work already underway as part of the vanguard programme.

County chosen for top health network

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Dame Vera Baird, Northumbria Police and Crime Commissioner.

PCC ‘had no choice’ over precept rise

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Bedlington site of old Tesco store

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Rugby league club is soaring with new partnership

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Work to rejuvenate estate nears completion

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Funding stream supporting young people ends

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GPs sought to work in ambulance call centre

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Arch has secured funding to invest in the former Ash Barge Dock to upgrade it to allow larger vessels to berth as part of a package of measures to secure jobs and economic growth.

Consultation for barge dock plans

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A much loved statue of Jackie Milburn has moved to its new home at Ashington Leisure Centre.
 Ian Lavery MP wears one of the footballers England caps.
Picture by Jane Coltman

Looking for love in our community

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New digital signs in place at station

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Planned roadworks for the North East

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Roadworks on the A1 in Northumberland last year. 
Picture by Jane Coltman

Roadworks on the North East’s trunk roads this week

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Roadworks are planned this week.

Roadworks on the A1 and A19 in the North East

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Roadworks on the A1.

Roadworks on the A1 and A19 in the North East this week

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Two Northumberland men convicted of fraud offences

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The Special Constables pictured during the operation in Blyth.

Specials operation in town gets results

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Northumbria Police headquarters in Ponteland

Northumbria Police told to improve after failing to record 7,300 crimes including violence and rape

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One of the phablet devices that are being used by Northumbria Police officers across the force area.

Phablet devices ‘good for policing’

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Northumberland school buildings need £2k per pupil to bring them up to scratch

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Matthew Fenwick, left, training officer Julie Hindhaugh and Kyle Marshall.

Success for apprentices

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Cookswell Garage has presented Pegswood Primary School with new sports kit. Headteacher Andrew Waterfield is seen with Claire Brind, left, and Julie Stephenson from the Citroen garage and some delighted pupils.  Picture by Jane Coltman.

Generous garage sponsors strips

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The blackbird was the most common playground visitor in 2016. Picture courtesy of RSPB

Schools can take part in Birdwatch

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Amy O'Neill, Toni-Dee Wood and Nicola Taylor from The Wallaw present �458 to head of school Sarah Robson and pupils Thomas Kendal, Layla Brosnan, Eboni Dryden and Ruby Alexander at Morpeth Road Primary Academy in Blyth. Picture by Jane Coltman.

Fun parties raise big total for school

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New digital signs in place at station

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Bedlington site of old Tesco store

Vote on name for Bedlington’s newest development

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Planned roadworks for the North East

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Sterling Pharma Solutions receives its award from Derwentside College.

Company praised for staff training

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Looking for love in our community

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Ronnie Campbell

Cut after cut will become the norm

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MPs have voted in favour of triggering Article 50 in the House of Commons. Picture by Daniel Leal-Olivas/PA Wire.

Brexit deal must work for us all

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The relocation of the councils HQ to Ashington remains controversial, with the Tories opposing it but �32million allocated over the next three years.

Capital spending of £380m next year divides opinion

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Ronnie Campbell, MP for Blyth Valley.

Misgivings over Brexit strategy

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Park will soon have a new toilet block

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Fly-tipping near Norham

Asbestos fly-tipping cases soar across Northumberland

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The blackbird was the most common playground visitor in 2016. Picture courtesy of RSPB

Schools can take part in Birdwatch

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Many prosecutions as a result of agency’s enforcement actions

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County chosen for top health network

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Top ranking for chief executive

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The great NHS gamble: what you need to know about the crisis facing England’s NHS

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The rheumatology team, winners of Northumbria Healthcares beat the board challenge, one of a series of initiatives run by the trust to support staffs mental, physical and emotional wellbeing. The team is with senior health trainer Mark Freath (back right).

Golden seal of approval for wellbeing work

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‘Don’t try to ride out bad knee pain’

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