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Blitz on burglary suspects in Northumberland and North Tyneside

Police targeting active burglars across Northumberland and North Tyneside have made 11 arrests. Between Friday, October 14, and Friday, October 21, police carried out raids at addresses in North Shields, Ashington, Blyth and Cramlington of those suspecte

yesterday, 18:15 in Regional North East

Booze warning on the doorstep

A doorstep message is being used to tackle the problem of underage drinking in Blyth. Members of the town’s Community Alcohol Partnership (CAP) are reminding shoppers not to buy alcohol for under 18s by using a spray-painted message stencilled on off-lic

yesterday, 15:26 in Regional North East

Dozens go to council’s county forum

Landlords and agents from across Northumberland gathered at an annual forum, which took place at Morpeth Rugby Club. Almost 100 of them attended the event, now in its sixth year. It was organised by the county council. It showcased the council’s Private

yesterday, 13:12 in Regional North East

Northumberland has lowest density of fast-food outlets in North East

New data published by Public Health England shows that Northumberland has the lowest density of fast-food outlets in the North East. Across the region, the local authority with the highest density of fast-food outlets per 100,000 population is Hartlepool

Monday, 20:06 in Regional North East

McHugh’s injury time penalty save earns Blyth Spartans three points

Blyth Spartans held on to see off a spirited Stourbridge and extend their unbeaten run to five games as another last-gasp penalty save from Adam McHugh secured a 2-1 win in the Evo-Stik Premier League. Nathan Buddle converted with a leaping header from S

Monday, 17:58 in Regional North East

Ashington CC chairman praises club after six-trophy season

The playing staff at Ashington Cricket Club were given the ultimate tribute at the weekend when chairman Bob Dunning described the summer’s campaign as the best season the Langwell Crescent club has ever had. The Wansbeck outfit bagged six pieces of silv

Monday, 17:58 in Regional North East

Ashington play the team game in comprehensive win at Newton Aycliffe

A superb team performance by Ashington culminated in a stunning victory over Newton Aycliffe on Saturday. The Colliers had the cushion of a 2-0 advantage by the interval courtesy of goals from Ben Harmison and Scott Gunn, then a timely double from David

Monday, 17:58 in Regional North East

MP backing campaign about cancer issue

The MP for Wansbeck has pledged his support for a charity campaign seeking better care for those with incurable secondary breast cancer. Breast Cancer Care believes incomplete data for the number of people with the condition is one of the major barriers

Sunday, 16:12 in Regional North East

Newcastle United players back Stoptober

Football stars including Dwight Gayle and Jonjo Shelvey are fronting Newcastle United’s support for Stoptober and are reminding fans that it’s not too late to give smoking the boot for good. Newcastle United is backing the mass quit challenge from Public

Sunday, 15:57 in Regional North East

Blyth Town name new assistant manager

A former Blyth Spartans and Northern League star centre midfielder has joined Blyth Town FC as the first team’s assistant manager. Ian Irving, from Cramlington, will work closely with manager Mick Connor to assist his vision to take Blyth Town FC First T

Sunday, 14:04 in Regional North East

Garage has just the kit

A garage has made it a hat-trick of sponsorship support for young footballers. Blyth-based Kingsway Garages has provided new football strips for Blyth Town Barca for the third year running. The under 14 girls of Blyth Town are playing in the Russell Fost

Sunday, 14:04 in Regional North East

Orionids Meteor Shower: How to see this weekend’s spectacle

Head outside one evening this weekend and you may well see the annual Orionids Meteor Shower in the night sky. Gaze upwards and – if the weather remains clear – you’ll be treated to up to 25 shooting stars an hour as the Earth intersects the orbit of Hal

Sunday, 12:28 in Regional North East

Roger takes on key role at charity

Finchale has appointed a Bedlington resident as its first dedicated business development manager. The independent charity, which was originally founded in 1943 as a rehabilitation and resettlement centre for service personnel returning from active servic

Sunday, 12:28 in Regional North East

Health bodies sign India agreement

Health and care leaders in Northumberland have signed a historic memorandum of understanding with a leading healthcare provider in India. This agreement will provide further support for a major £1billion programme to transform health and care services ac

Sunday, 08:58 in Regional North East

Backing for area carers

Northumberland based not-for-profit business networking organisation NorthEastBiz hosted its own Britain’s Best Breakfast event to raise awareness of unpaid carers in the county and across the UK. This was also part of its activities, in conjunction with

Sunday, 08:58 in Regional North East

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