28 Aug 2015
Details of road closures in Northumberland for the Aviva Tour of Britain cycle race have been announced.
Three Northumberland residents have been honoured with British Empire Medals (BEM), for their significant contribution to their local communities.
A group of youngsters have taken on a 170 mile cycle ride to raise money for charity.
Local people are being encouraged to take a look at the next stages of £74m Ashington Investment Plan including the options being considered for the pedestrianised area of Station Road.
A competition has been set up to encourage businesses in Prudhoe to dress up their shop and office fronts with a cycling theme for the Arriva Tour of Britain cycle race.
Her Grace the Duchess of Northumberland has been looking over the final plans for the fifth annual LOVE Northumberland awards, which she will be presenting to winning groups and individuals on September 17th.
27 Aug 2015
Annabelle Cooper of Alnwick and Abjol Miah of Blyth, elected members of the UK youth parliament (MYP) from Northumberland, are taking part in the annual Make your Mark ballot, the largest consultation of young people in the country.
All bin collections across Northumberland will be one day late during the week of bank holiday Monday – 31st August 2015.
Northumberland County Council is stepping in to support a bus service which connects some of the county’s most rural communities.
Northumberland residents taking rubble, soil and plasterboard to household waste recovery centres in the county are being advised that a small charge will apply for some items from the week beginning 14th September.
26 Aug 2015
A new anti-litter initiative is being launched in Northumberland, promoting cleaner streets while benefiting local charities.
25 Aug 2015
A new community association in Morpeth is doing its bit to keep an area of the town clean and green, with the support of the LOVE Northumberland, HATE Litter campaign.
Northumberland’s adult learners sitting their GCSE exams this year have excelled in achieving a record number of top grades.
The official opening of the £26 million Morpeth flood alleviation scheme has taken place.
20 Aug 2015
As tour fever grows, people are being encouraged to use social media to share their experiences of the Aviva Tour of Britain as it journeys through Northumberland.
Students across Northumberland have received their GCSE results today and the figures show that the county average has risen significantly.
19 Aug 2015
Northumberland County Council’s Learning and Skills Service has set up a special helpline to provide careers advice and support for young people and their parents, open from 7am to 7pm on Thursday 20 and Friday 21 August.
Sir Bradley Wiggins has announced he will be racing through the county’s streets next month.
An expert independent evidence review published today by Public Health England (PHE) concludes that e-cigarettes are significantly less harmful to health than tobacco and have the potential to help smokers quit smoking.
18 Aug 2015
Residents of Newbiggin will be able to trace their family tree at the touch of a screen, as part of a £5,000 investment to develop a kiosk for a local genealogy project.
Young adults in Northumberland are being given the opportunity to get their careers off to a blazing start.
Plans are underway to develop a neighbourhood plan for Seaton Valley.
17 Aug 2015
Up to 50 new jobs could be coming to Northumberland after a major retailer signalled plans for new investment in the county.
Three Berwick residents have been honoured as local heroes for the contribution they make to their community.
Businesses and communities in the rural coast and lowland areas of Northumberland can still benefit from nearly £2m of European funding to help create jobs and boost the economy.
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