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Driving home for Christmas? 400 miles of roadworks to be lifted

Transport
The risk of norovirus is most effectively reduced by good hygiene.

Stay away warning after outbreak of winter vomiting bug

Health
Cramlington Learning Village students, from left, Taylor Dobson, Morgan Sewell, Thomas Ledger and Matthew Gullon, during a visit to Woodhorn.

Pupils involved in major war project

News
Sunny spells
6c
3c

Thousands raised for good cause

News

School has got plenty of pedal power

News

New port permission opens way for jobs

News

Medal to recognise Ron’s 70 years with diabetes

News
Port chaplain Paul Atkinson with Belinda Ward, John Webb and Holly Hughes, from North P&I Club. Picture by David Allan

Christmas cheer for seafarers

News
The 2017 Large Business of the Year winner was Geneius Laboratories Ltd.

Northumberland is open for business, says council

News

Colliers grab a last-gasp victory

Football
Football.

Battling Robins edged out in an 11-goal thriller at North Shields

Sport

Dobey ‘nothing to lose’ against Taylor

More Sport
Blyth Spartans AFC.

Spartans win through to the semi-finals of Senior Cup

Football

Colliers’ signings in the pipeline

Football

Ashington win pulsating game at Dunston

Football

City spot on to sink dominant Spartans

Football
Kirsten Blackmore, who runs Ks Little Kakery in one of the Amble Harbour Village pods, with a chocolate cake.

FOOD REVIEW: The Pods, Harbour Village, Amble

Whats on
Alnwicky on the Treehouse, Alnwick Garden, in the summer.

Young folk band Alnwicky back to serve up festive treats

Music
The Book of Forgotten Authors

10 books to give this Christmas

News
Kirsten Blackmore, who runs Ks Little Kakery in one of the Amble Harbour Village pods, with a chocolate cake.

FOOD REVIEW: The Pods, Harbour Village, Amble

Whats on
A Pot Noodle

Popular Slimming World ‘free foods’ now counted as ‘syns’

Whats on
Model night at Cambois Camera Club. Bobbi Castle pictured by Stephen Lynch.

Busy start to new club season

Arts