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Praise for Joshua’s response to car crash

A man whose family home is in Morpeth has been thanked by emergency services for rushing to the aid of victims of a car crash. Joshua Michie helped provide assistance to a man trapped in the wreckage of a vehicle while waiting for assistance to arrive. T

yesterday, 17:03 in Regional North East

Treats available at Scouts fund-raising event

There will be plenty on offer at a coffee morning organised by the 4th Morpeth Scouts on Saturday. At the event in the Corn Exchange of Morpeth Town Hall, which will run between 10am and noon, home baked cakes, flapjacks and craft items will be available

yesterday, 16:40 in Regional North East

Give careful thought to breeding horses

With spring comes renewal and the promise of new life, from snowdrops and buds on the trees to lambs in the fields. Foals are also part of nature’s cycle at this time of year. Why don’t mares give birth all year round? For an answer we need to look far b

yesterday, 14:43 in Regional North East

London attack: Reaction from North-East politicians

North-East politicians have relived their experiences of yesterday’s attack in London, with one describing a scene of carnage. The attacker – who has not yet been named – drove a car along a pavement on Westminster Bridge knocking down pedestrians, creat

yesterday, 12:17 in Regional North East

Northumberland girls to the fore in National Championships

Northumberland Girls were very marginally the best of the county’s performers at the annual English Schools Cross-Country Championships, held at Norfolk Showground in Norwich, on Saturday. They finished first amongst four counties who were separated in a

yesterday, 12:17 in Regional North East

Stage is set for Burgham International Trials

Preparations are nearly complete for Burgham International Horse Trials – Northumberland’s only international event – this weekend (24-26 March). “The weather forecast is good for the weekend, the course is in great shape and we can’t wait to welcome com

yesterday, 12:17 in Regional North East

Northumberland Livestock

Acklington March 13 North East Livestock Sales sold 73 store cattle and calves. A good show of mainly stirks under 10 months old maintained recent good rates. Stirks Lim B stirks 900, 870, 855 Norwood, Angus B stirks 860, 770 Broome Hill, 680, 650 Bagraw

yesterday, 06:45 in Regional North East

Group of residents show support for EU citizens in the UK

A group of Morpeth residents were among those who attended a march and rally in Newcastle earlier this month. The event was organised by the North East for Europe group, which called on the Government to guarantee the right of EU citizens in Britain to r

Wednesday, 18:08 in Regional North East

Date announced for the launch of tax-free childcare

Millions of parents can pre-register from today for the Government’s new childcare offers, with around 90,000 families in the North East set to be eligible for tax-free childcare. A new Childcare Choices website has been launched – www.childcarechoices.g

Wednesday, 11:19 in Regional North East

‘We’re not surprised plans were given thumbs up’, say protesters

A group of residents say they were not surprised that three major Ponteland planning applications received county approval last week. The outline proposals include a Dissington Garden Village on land north and west of Darras Hall that would see up to 2,0

Tuesday, 17:58 in Regional North East

Tower bathed in purple highlights WASPI campaign

A Ponteland monument was lit up on an evening earlier this month to support a national campaign. Organised by Ponteland town councillor Christine Caisley, the Pele Tower was bathed in purple, one of the Suffragette colours, in honour of International Wom

Tuesday, 17:58 in Regional North East

Ponteland left stunned by Brown hat-trick

Ashington Colliers 4-1 Ponteland United United visited struggling Ashington Colliers with an outside chance of competing for the league title but blew their chances in a five minute spell just after half time. With the normal grass pitch unplayable the m

Tuesday, 12:53 in Regional North East

Fund-raising hiker to arrive in Northumberland tomorrow

A heart-transplant patient is walking the coast of Northumberland as part of a 5,000-mile trek around Britain to help raise £100,000 for the British Heart Foundation’s life-saving research. Kieran Sandwell, 45, from Berkhamsted in Hertfordshire, is takin

Monday, 16:07 in Regional North East

Chilton treble at Morpeth run riot for big win

Morpeth Town 8-0 West Allotment Celtic Michael Chilton struck a second-half hat-trick as Morpeth Town thrashed West Allotment Celtic 8-0 in difficult conditions at Craik Park – their biggest result in over four years. Sean Taylor broke the deadlock on 33

Monday, 15:19 in Regional North East

Northumberland’s newest life-saving volunteers

The North East Ambulance Service (NEAS) is hoping the number 13 will prove lucky for the Northumberland area after welcoming its latest group of community life-savers. A plea for volunteers was made by NEAS in January as part of the Trust’s commitment to

Monday, 15:10 in Regional North East

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