27 Sep 2022
Ofsted inspectors have praised Northumberland County Council's children's services for their work to provide young people with safe and secure long-term care.
The County Council is reminding businesses across Northumberland who want to outline their current and future recruitment needs to fill in the online consultation.
26 Sep 2022
Business leaders in North Tyneside got a glimpse into the future of commuter travel as they boarded a special train service on what will be the new Northumberland Line.
The Great Northumberland Forest has received £725,000 to support the planning and planting of more trees across the county.
23 Sep 2022
Northumberland councillors have backed plans to transform Northumberland’s network of children’s centres into Family Hubs - bringing millions of pounds of investment into the county.
Transport opportunities in Northumberland are being accelerated thanks to the Government’s Growth Plan.
22 Sep 2022
Formal consultation on proposals to move schools in Amble to a two-tier system and create a SEND hub will now get underway after the next steps were approved by Cabinet.
The Council has approved the allocation of funding as it works to reduce inequalities across the county and address issues around poverty.
On Thursday 29 September from 3pm to 5pm residents of Blyth are being invited to celebrate their home town in all its glory at the opening of a special Blyth Pride of Place Project exhibition.
An Indian restaurant based in Newbiggin has been ordered to pay over £6,000 for selling a meal which contained traces of peanuts, even though it was ordered as being peanut-free.
Residents of Haydon Parish, in the Tyne Valley now have more of a say over future development in their local area.
The annual STEAM report on the economic impact of tourism in Northumberland has been released, revealing a strong bounce back from 2020 in respect to visits, expenditure and employment.
Ongoing work to tackle historical pollution on the coast at Lynemouth is due to start later than expected.
21 Sep 2022
People in Northumberland are being encouraged to give their views on a permanent memorial in the county to commemorate Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
20 Sep 2022
Active Northumberland is set to throw open the doors to its sports centres on Wednesday 21st September, offering a free activity for everyone to try as part of National Fitness Day 2022.
Landlords and agents are being invited to attend a free event aimed at providing updates on new housing legislation and industry issues.
08 Sep 2022
A plan to tackle inequalities in Northumberland has been presented to the Northumberland Health and Wellbeing Board for approval.
07 Sep 2022
The new look Newbiggin sports and community hub has opened to the public following a major refurbishment project.
Children and young people are heading back to the classroom this week to start the new academic year.
06 Sep 2022
A new weekly exercise class, geared specifically to help people with Multiple Sclerosis is to start at Berwick’s new sports and leisure centre next week and is thought to be the first of its kind in the county.
02 Sep 2022
Northumberland Fire and Rescue Service (NFRS) is encouraging the county’s businesses to think about their own fire risks as part of a national Business Safety Week which runs from 5th - 11th September.
Northumberland County Council’s Health Trainer Service is offering free blood pressure checks to local residents during Know Your Numbers! Week 2022.
01 Sep 2022
Proposals to move Amble’s schools to a two-tier system and create a new SEND hub will go before councillors next week (September 8.)
Following the successful management of a four-day wildfire near Redesdale, Forestry England has thanked the individuals and organisations involved in tackling the incident for their support.
The Arts Minister, Lord Parkinson of Whitley Bay has visited Berwick Barracks.