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VIDEO: Jeremy Corbyn visits Northumberland

The leader of the Labour Party was told of the work that Arch – which was established by the county council as an arms-length organisation to drive capital economic development, physical regeneration, business growth and to attract investment – does across Northumberland during a trip to the county today.

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Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn with MP Ronnie Campbell during his visit to Blyth. Picture by Jane Coltman

Jeremy Corbyn praises work of Arch during visit to county

Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn was full of praise for the major development plans to boost an area of Northumberland during his visit to the county today.

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Police appeal after man exposes himself to teenage girls

Police are appealing for information following four incidents of indecent exposure in front of teenage girls in Northumberland.

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Restorative justice project launched in Northumberland

A new initiative which aims to benefit victims, offenders and the local community has been launched by Victims First Northumbria (VFN) and HMP Northumberland, which is run by Sodexo.

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St Patrick’s and pie week fun at home

Residents at RMBI care home Scarbrough Court in Cramlington marked St Patrick’s Day with an Irish party and quiz.

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Brightside moves to larger expansion to cope with demand.

Service moves to new premises to cope with rapid growth

An organisation supporting people with additional needs has moved into new larger premises to cope with demand.

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Blyth town centre

Positive feedback to inital plans for Blyth town centre

An open day showcasing investment opportunities for Blyth town centre has been well received, officials have revealed.

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From left, Matt Smith, Big Lottery Fund chairman, Ron Straughan, East Bedlington Community Centre chairman, Her Grace the Duchess of Northumberland and Alex Wallace, East Bedlington Parish Council chairman. Picture by Jason Thompson.

Great new look for community centre

The Duchess of Northumberland was extremely impressed with a £1.3million fully-refurbished facility that she opened last Friday.

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Estwar Sanichar, from patient experience, Janice McNichol, from maternity, and Lainey Fraser, from health psychology, launch the birth reflection pathway at Northumbria Healthcare which has received funding from NHS England with Katie Wennington and new-born baby Alyssia-Mai.

Funding boost to help maternity service

A fund will help health staff improve experiences of care for mothers-to-be.

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Arrest over social media threats to two schools in Northumberland

An 18-year-old man has been arrested in connection with social media threats made at two schools in Morpeth.

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WATCH: Rare nose joy for Callum

There was a special silver surprise for Callum Sanderson, of Ashington, in the run-up to Red Nose Day.

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Meg Hillier, chairman of the Parliamentary Public Accounts Committee.

‘Real concerns over delivery of reliable scheme’, says MP

Concerns have been raised about whether allowing councils to retain 100 per cent of business rates income will meet its goals of promoting self-sufficiency and supporting economic growth.

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Seahouses lifeboat crew carried out the most rescues in Northumberland in 2016.

RNLI figures show increase for Northumberland lifeboat crews

Northumberland’s lifeboat crews were called out 116 times last year, which represents a 13 per cent rise compared to 2015.

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John Hildreth, business growth and investment manager, Arch; Lisa Martin, Mini Sweet Delights; Dionne Clark, business growth advisor, Business Northumberland; and Hollie Lawson, ITE, Dept. for International Trade. Picture by Simon Williams / Crest Photography.

On the road to exporting opportunities

A campaign promoting the benefits of exporting visited Ashington.

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Left to right: Janet Burdus, David Burdus with Kielder Observatory staff.

New £10k telescope makes observatory more accessible

An investment has helped ensure an observatory’s telescope is now accessible for wheelchair users.

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Craig Johnson and his daughter Maisie and the car window which was broken after a brick was thrown at their vehicle on the A1. Picture by Jane Coltman.

Family’s horror after car is hit by youths throwing brick onto busy A1

A family have spoken of their horror after their car’s windscreen was smashed by youths throwing a brick as they were travelling at 70mph.

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Peperami campaign on potholes

A pork sausage snack brand is encouraging Northumberland residents to draw attention to major potholes in their local area.

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Collision on A1 in Northumberland

A three-vehicle collision on the A1 north of Morpeth late this morning has caused traffic disruption – although the section of road is now re-open.

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Daphne, The-All-in-One Company's Kate Dawson and Grace.

Award winning clothing firm to help autistic children with latest design

An award-winning company is creating clothing suitable for children on the autism spectrum.

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Blyth beach by Jim Jones

Coastguard paged to rescue dog

Concerns were raised about the safety of a dog at Blyth beach this morning.

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