Thursday Jul 24
Teens complete four-day cycling challenge
The group, led by teacher Helen Nuttall and youth support worker Tony Mordue, pedalled an average of 50 miles a day over four days to complete the challenge.
Children involved in future development of community
The brochure, by Seahouses First School pupils which advises young visitors on the quality of the fish and chips and the availability of ice cream, may go into the village's tourism office.
Americans take on locals in Belford
The annual Bush Tucker Trial was held at the Salmon Inn, Belford on Sunday night between a team of locals and American archaeological students.
Pupils and artist combine to brighten up rail station
Regular users and visitors to a north Northumberland train station will soon find their journeys brightened up by two murals by schoolchildren.
Seahouses schools pupils promote their community
The brochure, which advises young visitors on the quality of the fish and chips and the availability of ice cream, may go into the village's tourism office.
Community News in Brief: Saturday, July 12
The dad-of-one popped the question shortly after finishing his gruelling Australian challenge at the beginning of the year.
Jessica is a real little star after she comes out of coma and back to life
Newcastle United are trying to land five new signings and have not given up on loan star Loic Remy, who has returned from Brazil to uncertain future We take the strain out of planning a perfect North East day out for our millionaire visitors who arrived on superyacht the Sovereign Little star Jessica Bootes is shining brighter than ever just weeks ... (more)
Candidates announced in running for council seat
A by-election will be held on Thursday, July 24, and five people from across the political parties have put their hats into the ring for votes.
English seaside hotels: The Big Six
The latest addition to The Pig litter has just opened on Dorset's scenic Studland Bay.