10 Oct 2019
Northumberland County Council is taking the next step in its climate change commitment and is asking the public to play their part.
09 Oct 2019
Northumberland County Council’s Cabinet has earmarked an extra £3million funding to cover the additional cost of incorporating a community hub into the new Morpeth Leisure Centre.
08 Oct 2019
Northumberland County Council is to take advantage of changes in national legislation in an attempt to tackle the number of empty homes across the county.
07 Oct 2019
A scheme which encourages responsible dog ownership in Northumberland has signed up its 3,000th member.
There's just one week to go until runners from all over the world take their place on the starting line to help commemorate the tenth anniversary of Britain's most beautiful marathon.
Two local schools are taking part in a life-saving CPR training day and members of the public are invited to come along and get involved.
The next stage in establishing a Local Plan for the whole of Northumberland gets underway this week.
A bespoke story chair has been gifted to Wylam Library to mark the centenary of Wylam WI.
04 Oct 2019
The Northumberland Early Years Professionals Network has won a national award - for excellent practice in team development.
03 Oct 2019
Councillors are set to approve extra funding which will enable a successful rural grant scheme to be extended.
While the depths of winter might seem months away, the county council is prepared as ever for the onset of cooler temperatures.
02 Oct 2019
Work is progressing well on a £4.5m project to revitalise buildings at Haydon Bridge High School.
Northumberland County Council is inviting businesses, residents and visitors to take part in a survey to share their views about the trial pedestrianisation on Narrowgate in Alnwick.
Just one year after her double lung transplant, a determined Northumberland mother is preparing to take on her first 10K, and she's bringing her family and friends with her along for the ride.
01 Oct 2019
A community event to showcase future plans for Blyth attracted more than 2,000 visitors.
Work is well underway to refurbish one of Northumberland’s most popular cycling and walking routes.
Young people across the county are pulling on their coats and boots and getting active on the school run during walk to school month.
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