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Memberships rise at leisure centres

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Three car crash closes part of A19

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Harper Weightman whose twin sister Summer died as a result of TTTS.

Mother raising awareness of rare condition by lighting up landmarks

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Further calls to raise alcohol unit prices

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Faffing can be fatal, loafing can be lethal - public urged to become organ donors

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Major Roman cavalry exhibition along Hadrian's Wall is announced

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Six month project on key shopping street is completed

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Driver who died in fatal crash identified

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County Councillor Alyson Wallace, with Emma Evans of Northumberland County Council.

Park to undergo a £110k makeover

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From left to right: Councillors Val Tyler, Alyson Wallace, and Dave Ledger, Deputy Leader of Northumberland County Council and Chair of Arch.

Plans for old Tesco store to go on display

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Planned roadworks on A1 and A19 in Northumberland and North Tyneside

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Station Yard car park in Ashington.

Multi-storey car-park plans for Northumberland towns

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Roadworks on the A1 in Northumberland.

Planned roadworks on A1 and A19 in Northumberland and North Tyneside this week

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Northumberland flooding latest updates: As it happens

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Police are warning about road closures.

Storm Angus causes travel disruption in Northumberland

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Morpeth woman jailed for involvement in murder

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Driver shocked as car hit by rock hurled onto Spine Road

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Cramlington neighbourhood policing team officers, pictured, have invited school pupils aged 13 and 14 to participate in a festive poster competition.

Pupils will spread prevention advice

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Speedwatch needs more volunteers

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Business bake-off earns a fair crust

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County council deputy leader Dave Ledger, a group of pupils and staff Jill Preece and Becky Johns with the new seats at Stakeford Primary School.  Picture by Jane Coltman

School introduces ‘buddy benches’

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Pictured, from left, are Jason Sunil, Christie Edge (sales manager), Martha Cape, Claire Clifford (Barratt Homes Sales Adviser) and Evan Johnson.

Time is captured for the future at site

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Bedlingtonshire Community High School pupils learn about safety.

Safety first for Bedlington pupils

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Tony Platten and four students from Bede Academy in Blyth with a Raspberry Pi single board computer.

Schools can get a ‘slice of the Pi’

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Sponsor supports club’s league goals

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Watch out for roadworks.

Planned roadworks on A1 and A19 in Northumberland and North Tyneside

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Coun Dave Ledger

Sponsors highlight success of businesses in the county

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Roadworks on the A1 in Northumberland.

Planned roadworks on A1 and A19 in Northumberland and North Tyneside this week

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Overnight A&E loss is a concern

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Ronnie Campbell MP for Blyth Valley.

Schools are facing a funding crisis

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A recent picture of Station Road in Ashington. The street is set to re-open to traffic in early December: one-way westbound from Grand Corner.

Street will soon be ready for traffic

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The proposed new boundaries for the Jarrow and South Shields constituencies.

Have your say on changes to South Tyneside’s political map

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Linda Fugill-Project Manager of the  Wansbeck Valley Food Bank.

The shocking state of poverty

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A wintry weekend: Your North East forecast from the Met Office

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The Polar Vortex may cause temperatures to plummet

Why the North East could be set for its coldest winter in years

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Coun Ian Swithenbank.

Council’s warning on cowboy collectors

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The Met Office is warning drivers to be careful if they're planning to take routes that go over higher ground in the coming days.

Snow warning: North East could see 'several centimetres'

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Memberships rise at leisure centres

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Further calls to raise alcohol unit prices

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People are urged to take a few minutes of time online this Christmas to give the greatest gift and become an organ donor.

Faffing can be fatal, loafing can be lethal - public urged to become organ donors

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Wansbeck General Hospital.

Overnight A&E loss is a concern

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NTWS medical director Dr Rajesh Nadkarni

Morpeth-based mental health team for mums and mums-to-be in the North East gets £2.7m boost

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