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On 23rd May 2019 there will be European Parliamentary elections across Europe. In the UK voters will choose 73 MEPs in 12 multi-member regional constituencies. Each region has a different number of MEPs based on its population.
Jamie Driscoll was declared as the first ever mayor for the North of Tyne this afternoon (Friday, May 3).
The council has run an event for trusts that could be interested in running a new Special Free School in the county.
One of the most visited spots in Bamburgh is back open for business ahead of the busy summer season.
Residents who go online and complete a short waste survey before 27 May also have the opportunity to WIN £50 – just by giving their views on bin collections and other waste services.
Northumberland is open for business! That’s the message that will be delivered to Westminster at a special event next week.
Are you interested in finding out more about being a foster carer?
Sniffer dogs Ted and Buster have been brought in by Housing and Public Protection at Northumberland County Council to help with their fight against illegal tobacco.
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Calling all science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) enthusiasts!
Work is getting underway on the council’s summer programme to make travelling on Northumberland’s roads a smoother experience.
Schools from around the county came together for a day of sport, activity, and fun at the annual Northumberland Para School Games Festival.
Motorists driving through parts of Northumberland over the next few weeks are being warned to take extra care as the travelling community makes it way to and from the annual Appleby Horse Fair.
Residents are being urged by Northumberland County Council to be on their guard over broadband scam telephone calls.
Northumberland County Council has been shortlisted in this year’s Connected Britain Awards, which recognise skill in the technology sector.
An Annitsford man has been fined £400 by Northumberland County Council after illegally dumping waste on Mill Lane in Seghill.
Well known children's author Michael Rosen visited the Silence in the Library audio listening pod at Hexham Library last week as part of the Hexham Book Festival and during his visit made a special presentation to 6-year-old Charlotte Christie.
Coquet Children’s Centre’s early education provision has a new look and a new name.
Northumberland County Council is running a Green Dog Walkers event at Gallagher Park, Bedlington on Saturday 4 May.
A new cultural fund for event organisers in Northumberland is now live for applications.
Event organisers across Northumberland will now be able to promote their event for free thanks to a website set up by the county council.
A series of special events are to be held across Northumberland in the coming months to help elderly people stay active and connected in their communities.
The Tynedale Horticultural Service have used money gifted by Corbridge Gardening Society to purchase digital equipment to offer new skills development to their service users.
Work on a comprehensive register of details about hundreds of ‘Manors’ in Northumberland launched last year by Northumberland Archives has resulted in a grant of £73k by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.
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