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A new campaign is highlighting support available to families experiencing relationship problems.
School children from across the county are being invited to take part in creative writing and art competitions focusing on gender equality.
Northumberland County Councillors have formally approved their Climate Change Action Plan - paving the way for a range of ambitious green projects.
A group of new mothers living in south east Northumberland have just completed a fantastic new challenge aimed at helping them to get more active following the birth of their babies.
More schools in Northumberland are benefitting from a music education hub than in many similar partnerships across the country.
Northumberland County Council has agreed its budget for 2020/21 which outlines an ambitious programme of investment across the county.
The council has begun testing electric vans as it looks to ways of future proofing its fleet.
A vehicle that was used for fly tipping in Northumberland has been seized and crushed by the county council as it continues its zero tolerance approach to this environmental crime.
The Tour of Britain cycle race which blazed through North of Tyne last September boosted the local economy by more than £4.25 million, an independent report has revealed.
Northumberland Archives at Woodhorn continue to add to their collection of documents from Dickson, Archer & Thorp solicitors of Alnwick.
Northumberland Fire and Rescue Service is celebrating as its Chief Paul Hedley has been presented with the Queen’s Fire Service Medal.
Blyth residents are being invited to a special open day to see the latest plans for the redevelopment of the town centre
Cramlington Library and Northumberland County Council’s Customer Service Centre will be given a new home, following agreement by the council’s cabinet.
Finding your way around Cramlington’s network of paths and cycleways is set to become a whole lot easier.
New Writing North, the literature development agency for the North of England, has announced its list of 10 ‘must-read’ titles by northern authors for 2020.
The re-introduction of direct passenger trains between south-east Northumberland and the centre of Newcastle in the next three years is nearer than ever.
The first of more than 600 new trees are being planted across Northumberland - making the county greener and cleaner.
An extra £15 million funding for rural roads and path repairs across the county is earmarked for this year’s budget.
Some of the most rural households in Northumberland could soon be connected to broadband through a unique initiative being pioneered by the council.
Pupils at Eastlea Primary School in Cramlington had the opportunity to meet Her Grace, the Duchess of Northumberland when she visited the school to raise a new school flag on the school grounds.
North East Company of the Year Tharsus Group is putting its support behind apprenticeships in Northumberland during National Apprenticeship Week.
The winners of the Winter Reading Mini Challenge in libraries across Northumberland have been announced.
Berwick is to get its first ever artificial grass pitch which will provide high quality football facilities for young people and adults in the town right throughout the year.
A major scheme is being planned to tackle historic pollution on a small stretch of the Northumberland coast.
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