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Visitor expenditure experiences 4.2% increase on spend compared to 2017
Students have been celebrating their achievements today in what has been an extremely good year for A-levels.
Northumberland County Councillors have rubber stamped a new housing strategy that sets an ambitious target to see up to 1,000 new affordable homes built in the county over the next four years.
Businesses, community groups and local residents are being urged to show their support and passion for cycling by helping decorate the OVO Energy Tour of Britain race route.
Dog owners are being advised to keep their dogs on the lead when around fast flowing water, following the death of two dogs that were swept away in Northumberland after getting into difficulty in strong currents.
Residents are being urged to be on their guard over Visa/Bank activity scams.
The electoral arrangements of Longhoughton Parish Council are currently being examined with a view to changing the distribution of parish councillors between its three wards.
Work to restore an historic Ashington park to its former glory has suffered a set back after vandals damaged over £20,000 worth of trees.
Calling all science, technology, engineering and maths enthusiasts!
Northumberland Libraries have joined a new initiative taking the region by storm to encourage children to read.
Some helpful guidance for young people receiving their exam results
Come along to Sleekburn Horticultural Training Unit’s open day on August 22nd between 11am and 2pm to enjoy a sizzling BBQ, fresh organic vegetables and a live jazz band, ‘The Jazz Clams’.
The County Council has teamed up with The British Horse Society (BHS) and the ‘Horses and Road Safety Awareness’ (HRSA) organisation to highlight the potential safety issues experienced by horses and riders on the county’s roads.
Northumberland County Council is urging residents to be on their guard when borrowing money or being offered credit.
The new Morpeth First School has moved a step closer to opening its doors - as the keys are handed over to the head teacher.
If you’re struggling for things to do during rainy days this summer, Active Northumberland has got you covered, offering 50% off a range of indoor sports at all of its centres.
Students and staff at Hillcrest special school in Cramlington have been working hard to improve their school grounds and transform them into a beautiful garden to relax in and enjoy.
Ambitious plans to install a high-tech solar farm at the rear of County Hall have been given the go-ahead.
Work on one of the Tyne’s crossings will be taking place across the summer holidays.
The footbridge deck at one of Northumberland’s most famous river crossings is to be fully replaced.
The Northumberland Registration Service has unveiled a new, dynamic and exciting website that couples can use to help them throughout the process of finding their dream venue, and planning and personalising their perfect ceremony.
Children aged 8 to 14 have the chance to learn from industry experts in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) this summer, with a programme of events organised across Northumberland.
A new and innovative apprenticeship programme has just been launched by Northumberland County Council.
Children in Northumberland are being invited to join the Space Chase and sign up to this year’s Summer Reading Challenge at their local library.
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