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The Commonwealth Flag will be raised in Northumberland on Monday 9 March 2015, to mark Commonwealth Day, along with over 750 Commonwealth Flags across 38 Commonwealth countries.
Northumberland County Councillors have agreed to postpone changes to the role of the Ponteland Sure Start building for up to a year so that officers can work with local families to find new ways to deliver children’s services in the community.
The governors, staff, pupils and parents of a Morpeth first school are celebrating after being judged in the highest category by school inspectors.
Business was booming for buyers and sellers from around the region who attended a major trade event this week aimed at boosting the sale of locally made goods across the county and beyond.
A series of meetings will take place across the North East to give business leaders, residents and partner agencies the opportunity to influence ambitious plans for regional devolution.
Northumberland has seen its teenage pregnancy rate drop by almost a half over recent years thanks to the work of the county’s Teenage Pregnancy Partnership.
A two-year budget focusing on investment, education and the future was approved today by Northumberland County Council.
Northumberland County Council has announced that access onto Amble’s Coquet Enterprise Park will now remain open while essential highways and service work is carried out.
Health services in Alnwick are pulling together to offer the best joined up care for patients across hospital, the community and home.
A moving church service is to take place on Friday, 6 March at 12 noon in St Mary’s Church, Morpeth to celebrate International Women’s Day, with a particular focus on the suffragette movement which has great significance for Northumberland.
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