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A farmer who failed to dispose of dead cattle and sheep and correctly complete required documentation has appeared before Berwick Magistrates Court.
A fly tipper who dumped rubbish in the Northumberland countryside was brought to justice following an investigation by environmental enforcement officers from Northumberland County Council
If you fancy getting creative for Christmas, why not sign up to one of the wreath making workshops that are being held at Hepscott Park, near Morpeth on Saturday 30 November and Monday 2 December.
War veterans and representatives of the Armed Forces and emergency services joined together with members of the public and local councillors to help commemorate the sacrifices of members of the armed forces and of civilians in times of war.
More than 200 of Northumberland’s looked after children and care leavers had their achievements celebrated at a special beach-themed awards event last week.
The council has become the top local authority in the region for a key education performance measure.
During the summer of 2017 Vindolanda archaeologists enjoyed one of their most successful research excavation seasons to date with the discovery of a hoard of wafer-thin ink on wood Vindolanda writing tablets.
Northumberland County Council is backing a national campaign to avoid tension between dog walkers by promoting good lead etiquette.
Northumberland County Council is warning residents to be on their guard for a scam email which alleges to be from the technology company Apple.
Northumberland has topped the list of nominees once again at this year’s North East England Tourism Awards.
Buses travelling round the county are driving home an anti-litter message this autumn.
Northumberland County Council is planning a programme of activities in the run up to International Women’s Day on Sunday 8 March 2020.
Our firefighters are ranked as one of the most trustworthy professions - therefore they have the potential to do so much more for their communities.
Three Northumberland County Council employees have received prestigious awards for their outstanding contribution to improving community safety.
Northumberland County Council has transformed all its sites into fully smokefree areas.
An appeal is being made for volunteers to help at Morpeth Riding for the Disabled at the Pegasus Centre in Morpeth.
A community scheme that helps adults with learning difficulties acquire new skills is holding a furniture sale on Saturday 16 November.
Local people are being asked to give their views on proposed changes to the electoral arrangements of Easington and Belford Parish Councils.
Northumberland Confectioners Cathy and Matthew Stephenson are backing a country-wide campaign that showcases Northumberland’s thriving business community.
Residents who don’t have access to the internet, or the skills they need to make the most of it, can get free help in Northumberland libraries.
A bespoke story chair has been gifted to Wylam Library to mark the centenary of Wylam WI.
A training programme designed to help boost Northumberland’s tourism industry by inspiring front line staff and volunteers has been reintroduced by the County Council.
As the eyes of the cycling world fell on Northumberland, families are being encouraged to get on their bikes with the launch of a new family bike ride leaflet.
A fire in a first floor flat in Ashington has resulted in a fatality, Northumberland Fire and Rescue Service has confirmed.
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