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One of those games when 100% just isn’t enough to grab victory

One of those games when 100% just isn’t enough to grab victory

BERWICK RANGERS 0 MONTROSE 1 Scottish League Two Berwick manager Robbie Horn said he couldn’t fault his players for their effort during Saturday’s 1-0 home defeat at the hands of Montrose. “Every time the players go out on the pitch I ask them to give...

today, 15:12 in Regional North East
 
One-man comedy set to entertain

One-man comedy set to entertain

A comedic murder mystery set on a dementia ward will be on stage in Norham next month. Forget Me Not – The Alzheimer’s Whodunnit, will be shown at St Cuthbert’s Church on Saturday, November 4. It tells the story of Jim’s wife, a patient on a dementia...

today, 12:08 in Regional North East
 
Lifeboat ferries paramedic to Holy Island

Lifeboat ferries paramedic to Holy Island

Seahouses lifeboat has helped North East Ambulance Service to reach an elderly casualty on Holy Island. At 6.25am on Monday, UK Coastguard requested the launch of Seahouses All Weather Lifeboat because the Holy Island causeway was closed by the tide....

today, 11:40 in Regional North East
 
READER POLL: Employment in Northumberland

READER POLL: Employment in Northumberland

We want to get a better picture of the nature of employment in Northumberland via this simple poll of our readers. It comes on the back of last week's latest release of official statistics on employment and unemployment across the UK. On a regional...

today, 11:40 in Regional North East
 
Union Bridge hosts Japanese visitors

Union Bridge hosts Japanese visitors

The Friends of the Union Chain Bridge hosted a visit by two prominent Japanese bridge engineers. Professor Hiroshi Isohata, Professor of Civil Engineering at Nihon University, Tokyo, and Dr Kitagawa, a research consultant, are in the UK on a study...

today, 11:13 in Regional North East
 
Glendale residents get heating advice at energy roadshow

Glendale residents get heating advice at energy roadshow

Almost 50 people from Glendale and beyond turned up in Wooler last week to learn more about how to maximise their warmth and reduce their energy costs. Organised by Community Action Northumberland (CAN), hosted by Coordinating4Age (C4A) and supported...

today, 11:13 in Regional North East
 
Students on board to Suss the Bus in Northumberland

Students on board to Suss the Bus in Northumberland

A short film showing the journey to school and how students are expected to behave while using the school bus has been made. Suss the Bus in Northumberland has been made through a partnership between Schools Go Smarter and Northumberland County...

today, 09:29 in Regional North East
 
Air ambulance trials pioneering technique

Air ambulance trials pioneering technique

The Great North Air Ambulance Service (GNAAS) could be about to blaze a new trail in treating some of the most seriously injured patients, thanks to a cross-Atlantic partnership. Techniques and equipment being developed in the US are set to be...

today, 09:29 in Regional North East
 
Tendi Sherpa visit

Tendi Sherpa visit

An evening with Tendi Sherpa, an 11 times Everest summiteer, is being held at Norham village hall next month. The event takes place on Thursday, November 23, at 7pm and will raise funds for the Tendi Sherpa Foundation. He was scheduled to visit last...

today, 09:29 in Regional North East
 
Donations can bring comfort in sad times

Donations can bring comfort in sad times

It’s been an interesting week at the kennels, with us seeing the best and worst sides of people. It can be overwhelming the generosity shown to BARK, with donations coming in all the time. One of the saddest donations we get is when much-loved animals...

yesterday, 12:05 in Regional North East
 
Search and rescue team helps injured walker in the Cheviots

Search and rescue team helps injured walker in the Cheviots

Search and rescue teams helped a 69-year-old man to safety after he suffered a lower leg injury while hiking in the Cheviots. Border Search and Rescue Unit were called shortly before 4pm on Friday when the man called for support. He had been walking...

yesterday, 11:06 in Regional North East
 
Picnic area issues reported to police

Picnic area issues reported to police

Concerns about people in the trees and bushes in the East Ord picnic area have been raised by parish councillors and reported to the police. Councillors also raised concerns about the state of the footpath from the picnic area to the riverside.

yesterday, 09:04 in Regional North East
 
Learn of Lindisfarne’s glacial past at event

Learn of Lindisfarne’s glacial past at event

The enormous impact of Ice Ages on Lindisfarne and the surrounding area is the subject of a free event being held in half-term week. It takes place at the Crossman Hall on Holy Island on Thursday, October 24, from 11am to 3pm and will include...

yesterday, 08:32 in Regional North East
 
Rotary in drive for younger members

Rotary in drive for younger members

The North East has been told of the need to attract new and younger members into its Rotary clubs. Berwick Rotary Club president Chris Hardie, reporting on his visit to the 1030 District conference in Harrogate, said three different speakers had...

yesterday, 08:32 in Regional North East
 
Old soldier, 90, still reporting for duty at Berwick Barracks

Old soldier, 90, still reporting for duty at Berwick Barracks

Veteran soldier Ken Fraser is coming up for his 90th birthday but 25 years after officially retiring, he still reports in at the barracks at Berwick at least four days a week. The former King’s Own Scottish Borderer, who was assistant regimental...

yesterday, 08:04 in Regional North East
 
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