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Blyth switches on its Christmas lights

Thousands of people braved the cold to see Blyth light up for Christmas.

One of Northumberland County Council's new gritters.

Northumberland County Council ready for winter challenges

Gritters are heading back out on Northumberland’s roads as winter approaches.

Dr Helen McIlveen, clinical lead for Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trusts sexual health services.

Health chiefs raise awareness of regular HIV testing

Community health experts are raising awareness of the need for regular testing.

Inside one of Cross Rigg Developments properties.

Firm offers rental deal to veterans

A housing company is offering homeless veterans the chance to stay somewhere warm this winter.

Ashington Town Council helped Heart of the Hirst Residents Group with a volunteer litter pick of the Hirst area.

Helping to clean up area of Ashington

Volunteers came together to clean up an area of Ashington.

Humford Dam on the River Blyth in Bedlington.

Call to protect dam in letter to agency

Fresh concerns have been raised over the future of a key structure at Humford Country Park in Bedlington following a site visit.

Mark Burgin, of Stoford, with Kevin Johnson, of PII Pipelines. Picture by John Millard.

Work starts on new HQ for pipeline firm

Work has started on a new multi-million pound headquarters for a pipeline company.

Lindsay Murray and host Alfie Joey present The Boutique Guest Accomodation of the Year Gold Award to Newton Hall. Picture by North News & Pictures

Gold awards for Northumberland tourism businesses

Tourism businesses from Northumberland dominated the regional industry awards last night, with an array of winners.

Blyth police officers with local children taking part in a litter pick.

Police initiative in Blyth is hailed a big success

A initiative to clean up an area of Blyth has been hailed a big success.


WATCH: Coca-Cola truck in Morpeth

The famous Coca-Cola truck has pulled into Morpeth.

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Northumberland facing local-plan intervention

The Government has threatened to directly intervene in councils who have failed to establish a local housing plan – including Northumberland.

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Union J fly the Christmas flag in Blyth

Christmas comes to Blyth tomorrow as the town switches on its festive lights, with special guests Union J.

Installation work on the offshore turbines at Blyth.

Economical benefits of offshore wind industry

Areas key to the offshore wind industry are reaping the economic benefits, a new report has revealed.

A resident at Hartford Court Care home with their Remembrance display.

Cramlington care home honours war heroes with personal display

A care home has created a special display to remember the country’s war heroes from across the decades.

Cramlington Rockets are appealing for help to win �25,000.

Rugby club in final appeal for votes

A rugby league side is making a final appeal to help score a major cash boost.

Kate Wilson, Northumbrian Water; Danielle Neighbour, Royal British Legion; John Sheen, and Robert Thompson, Northumbrian Water.

Northumbrian Water showing support to army veterans

A special tanker is taking to the roads to show support to Army veterans.

CCTV images of four people Police want to speak to in connection to counterfiet Scottish �20 notes being used in Blyth.

Appeal after fake £20 notes were used in Blyth

Police are appealing for help after counterfeit notes were used in Blyth.

The former Alcan smelter site in Lynemouth. Picture by AIRFOTOS.

Green energy plant gets the go-ahead

Controversial proposals to build a facility to generate renewable energy on a former industrial site have been given the green light.

County Hall in Morpeth.

Working together to reduce harm from alcohol and drugs

Partners from across the county gathered today at an alcohol and drug forum organised by Northumberland County Council.

The tenancy fraud awareness poster.

Cracking down on tenancy fraud in Northumberland

Northumberland County Council is leading the way on tenancy fraud in the region, following the establishment of the North East Tenancy Fraud Forum (NE-TFF) earlier this year.

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