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New collection days for more than 24,000 residents in south east Northumberland and Castle Morpeth from week commencing November 12.
Economic growth, job creation, support for people and their families, rural communities, and inward investment will all be on the agenda when the new North of Tyne Combined Authority meets for the first time on Thursday 8 November.
Northumberland Community Bank hosted a showcase event as part of the national initiative, Talk Money Week 2018.
To mark the centenary of the year that (some) women in Britain were allowed the vote, Warkworth authors Baroness Joyce Quinn and Moira Kilkenny will be exploring the remarkable lives of some of the women of the North East at Amble Library on Friday 7 December, 7.00 -8.30 p.m.
Northumberland County Council has welcomed government feedback on the future of Rothbury Community Hospital.
A new interactive sign aimed at slowing drivers and improving road safety has been installed on the A196 in Hepscott parish, on the approach Morpeth.
Wreckless vandals who caused £20,000 worth of damage to a primary school’s treehouse have been found guilty of arson.
More than £7m of government funding has been allocated for widespread improvements to the county’s road network.
Prudhoe is doning purple for the UK’s first accessible shopping day, Purple Tuesday, taking place on November 13th 2018.
A one day training course is being laid on in Blyth later this month to provide information and advice to new or would-be landlords.
Universal Credit Full Service is being rolled out by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) across Northumberland over the next two months.
The historic Union Chain Bridge linking England and Scotland is among seven Scottish Borders projects set to share over £150,000 in the latest round of grant awards from the Fallago Environment Fund.
Commemorative stones were unveiled during a ceremony at Ashington memorial garden to recognise war heroes from the town.
A new children’s play area is on its way for Plessey Woods Country Park in Northumberland.
Following the submission of a Borderlands Inclusive Growth Deal proposal to the UK and Scottish Governments at the end of September, progress continues to be made with a view to reaching a ‘Heads of Terms’ agreement.
Buses are backing the council’s campaign to keep the county clean and green.
Northumberland County Council has allocated more than £230,000 of Healthy Pupil Capital funding to schools across the county - enabling them to develop schemes that will benefit children’s health.
Householders in Bellingham and the surrounding area are being urged to fill in an important housing needs survey that will be landing on their doorstep over the coming week.
Northumberland Archives are hosting a touring exhibition to signify the end of the Dickson, Archer and Thorp project.
Northumberland Fire and Rescue Service (NFRS) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Northumberland National Park Mountain Rescue Team and North of Tyne Mountain Rescue Team.
Consultation is underway on proposals to change the way people are charged for care and support services such as home care or day care.
A pioneering forest school in Northumberland has opened a full time nursery - the Footprints Outdoor Forest School Nursery.
Animal welfare officers in Northumberland are doing “Platinum” work in tackling the issue of stray dogs in the county.
The date has been set for a local Wedding Fair at the historic Morpeth Town Hall.
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