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Kite ace Josh set to defend his British titles in Northumberland

An expert kite-flier from Ashington is in line to defend his British titles this weekend in his home county.

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Northumberland food producers take their message to Parliament

In the midst of crucial Brexit votes and Prime Minister’s Questions, a small corner of Parliament was devoted to Northumberland today.

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REVIEW: Blackpool - something for everyone, come rain or shine!

For this single mum and teenage daughter, the opportunity to spend some quality time together is few and far between, so when we were offered the chance of a weekend break to Blackpool we jumped at it, and it was non-stop laughter and fun from start to finish.

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Jet2 has launched two new summer destinations from Newcastle Airport. Harry Potter actor Stanislav Yevetski, centre.

Jet2 announces new summer routes from Newcastle Airport - find out where

Two brand new destinations have been announced for next summer from Newcastle Airport.
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David Kennedy and Northumberland College's hospitality and catering team at The Gallery. Picture by Trevor Walker Photography

College’s farm to fork food experience

Professional cookery students have been working in partnership with agriculture and horticulture departments to create a special a la carte Northumberland lamb dining experience.

Education
Fancy a last-minute trip?

10 amazing destinations you can fly to in April from Newcastle airport for under £45

The weather in the UK is slowly improving, but if you’re bored of the same four walls and perhaps want to venture to somewhere with a warmer climate, then there are a wide variety of last minute trips available this month, all from Newcastle Airport.

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Free family event starring Sylvanian Families coming to North East for Easter holidays

The world's smallest catwalk is coming to the North East - and it's going to feature some very special stars.

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Theo, from Rigg and Furrow, who will be at this year's Alnmouth FoodFest.

Tasty treats on the menu at second Alnmouth Foodfest

A food festival, which surpassed expectations last year will be taking place again on Sunday (April 8).

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Roarsome Easter fun at holiday park

Roarsome Easter fun at holiday park

A prehistoric guest is hatching plans to make a roarsome entrance at award-winning holiday park Golden Sands at Cresswell when it opens its doors this Easter Sunday.

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Family Fun at Blyth for Easter.

Free family fun for Easter

Family fun for all is on the agenda in Blyth as a free Mad Hatter’s Tea Party takes place.

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Nestle factory.

Step inside the Easter egg factory

Have you ever wondered where Easter Eggs come from? Tim Worsnop tells the mouth watering story of one factory that produces literally millions of them every single year. Welcome to chocolate heaven!

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100,000 purple crocuses in bloom at Wallington.

Wow! Amazing carpet of purple crocuses at Wallington

A breath-taking carpet of vibrant purple has reappeared in the walled garden at Wallington, despite the best efforts of the recent Beast from the East.

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Feature: Getting to the root of green renaissance

Feature: Getting to the root of green renaissance

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Clockwise from top left, Durham Cathedral, Penshaw Monument, Tommy and the Angel of the North.

Poll: What is your favourite North-East landmark?

Thursday, February 15, marks 20 years since the Angel of the North first graced the region's horizon.
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Milne Thornton's image of Buttermere Pines.

Club chooses its image of the year

Cambois Camera Club has announced that the digital image of 2017, selected by members, is Buttermere Pines by Milne Thornton.

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Looking back at Blyth youth clubs

Looking back at Blyth youth clubs

A book is set to be launched that looks at the history of youth clubs in Blyth.

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Dogs are VIPs at Woodhorn

Dogs are VIPs at Woodhorn

Four-legged friends will be VIPs at a Northumberland tourist attraction on New Year’s Day.

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Things to do on Boxing Day to banish the post-Christmas Day blues

Stuffed to the gills in a stuffy house, with Christmas Day over and the anticlimax and boredom setting in, it's easy to find yourself at a loose end on Boxing Day.

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