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Britain's most beautiful marathon returns next year, with entries now open for its tenth anniversary.
The first turf has been dug at the start of construction on a groundbreaking development in Northumberland.
Northumberland has won Gold at the British Travel Awards and picked up the coveted title of “Best UK Holiday County/Destination of the Year”.
Residents are being urged by Northumberland County Council’s Housing and Public Protection Service to be on their guard over phishing email scams.
A capacity crowd of over 350 packed into Hexham's Wentworth Leisure Centre last night for the annual Sport Tynedale Awards that recognise sporting achievements in West Northumberland.
As the Christmas shopping season gets into full swing, Northumberland County Council is working with the England Illegal Money Lending Team to warn residents about the perils of borrowing from unscrupulous lenders or loan sharks.
Northumberland County Council and Blyth Lifeguard and Swimming Club have joined forces to make everyone aware of the dangers of “ad hoc” or informal sea dips for charity over the Christmas and New Year period.
A new group will examine proposals put forward by the NHS Northumberland Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) regarding the future of Rothbury Community Hospital.
A Northumberland social worker has received national recognition after winning the top prize at the prestigious Social Worker of the Year Awards.
The leader of Northumberland County Council has welcomed the announcement of an interim mayor for the new North of Tyne Combined Authority.
Improvements have been carried out at a Cramlington roundabout which has been the scene of several collisions.
Some of the most elderly and vulnerable people in Northumberland who have been plagued by nuisance and scam phone calls have been given greater security and peace of mind after being loaned telephone blocking devices by Northumberland County Council.
Thousands of homes and businesses could benefit from a multi-million pound scheme to rollout ultrafast broadband across the North of Tyne area.
Restaurant business Asmara Indian Cuisine Limited in Blyth which was trading as Asmara has been fined over £4,600 for selling a meal which contained traces of peanuts.
A dedicated team has once again swung into action to tackle the worst the winter weather can throw at the county.
A charity calendar, featuring dogs rescued in Northumberland, is now for sale with all the proceeds going directly to four local animal charities.
Northumberland County Council has exceeded national targets for the number of apprentices recruited between 2017 and 2018.
Teachers and students from Morpeth First School have joined county councillors to view progress on the site of the new school that they will attend from September 2019.
A date has now been set for a local referendum on the Acomb Neighbourhood Plan.
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Northumberland swept the board at last night’s North East England Tourism Awards picking up more Gold awards than any other area in the region.
Prudhoe is doning purple for the UK’s first accessible shopping day, Purple Tuesday, taking place on November 13th 2018.
Commemorative stones were unveiled during a ceremony at Ashington memorial garden to recognise war heroes from the town.
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.
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