27 Jan 2022
Despite Plan B measures across England ending this Thursday 27 January, Covid cases in the North East remain high. Northumberland public health chief Liz Morgan is backing a new campaign featuring local artist Alex Mulholland (known as Mul) and designer and illustrator, Laura Sheldon.
26 Jan 2022
Talking about the opportunities an apprenticeship can offer those leaving school.
25 Jan 2022
A council tenant has been temporarily banned from her home in Blyth following a history of anti-social behaviour at the property which disrupted the neighbourhood and left other tenants living in fear.
Northumberland Fire and Rescue Service (NFRS) has launched their brand new website providing residents with a ‘one-stop-shop’ for all Fire Service related information.
21 Jan 2022
The County Council has welcomed a major step forward in bringing the UK’s first full-scale Gigaplant to Northumberland.
20 Jan 2022
Construction work is now underway to refurbish and remodel Newbiggin Sports and Community Centre.
An inspirational Alnwick woman is using her love of swimming to raise awareness of hidden disabilities and to encourage more people with them to swim if they can.
The region's Directors of Public Health have issued a joint statement in response to the return to Plan A for covid.
Gain the skills you need in 2022 by building your future through an apprenticeship.
19 Jan 2022
The Northumberland library service has increased the number of digital books available to its members.
18 Jan 2022
A council-led review is underway looking into the aftermath of Storm Arwen which left thousands of Northumberland residents without power for nearly two weeks.
17 Jan 2022
Free health walks are running across the county to encourage more people to get out into the great outdoors and improve their health.
If you want to set yourself a challenge this New Year, why not learn a new foreign language, which you can do for free, and from home, using resources from Northumberland libraries.
Wooler is set for a range of improvements as it continues to become an increasingly popular visitor destination.
Businesses across Northumberland are set to benefit from the latest round of grants aimed at supporting businesses that have been hit by reduced trade and cancellations due to fears over the spread of Omicron in the run up to Christmas.
14 Jan 2022
A Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Fund has been launched by Northumberland County Council to help communities celebrate the historic occasion during 2022.
13 Jan 2022
As part of Northumberland County Council’s ongoing regeneration of Blyth, infrastructure improvements in the town centre are now underway.
12 Jan 2022
Cabinet has agreed the publication of a statutory proposal to relocate Atkinson House Special School to a former school site in Ponteland and to change the designation of the school to become co-educational.
A proposal to amalgamate three Seaton Valley schools has been rejected by Cabinet following officer recommendation.
Care workers in Northumberland are set to benefit from a £3.4million cash injection to increase wages in the sector.
Three Ashington men who repeatedly failed to clear up large quantities of waste they had allowed to accumulate in their gardens, have been fined following an investigation by Northumberland County Council.
11 Jan 2022
A local referendum on the Longframlington Neighbourhood Plan will take place on Thursday 20th January 2022.
Tyne Valley village Ovington have joined forces with Northumberland County Council on a tree-planting mission.
Concordia swimming pool has re-opened to the public following its temporary closure to enable further improvement work to be carried out to the sports and leisure centre.
06 Jan 2022
If you feel you’ve overindulged during the festive period and the long winter nights and want to achieve a healthier lifestyle in 2022, then why not sign up to Active Northumberland’s free weight management programme to achieve lasting weight loss and wellbeing.
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