New rules could pose risk to 'excellent' water
Spittal beach has won a reprieve after a marine charity found its bathing water to be 'excellent' following the driest summer since 2003.
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Mon Apr 14, 2014
Religious ritual in village was 'sickening'
A religious ritual involving the a dead sheep at an iconic Northumberland beauty spot has become the talk of a small village community.
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Pictures: Spring sunshine across the UK
As the mild temperatures continue with pleasant sunshine across the UK , Britain is enjoying the weather with forecast bright for the next few days before dipping on Good Friday.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Bamburgh wreck is listed
The wreck was partially exposed early in 2013, lying south of Bamburgh Castle and recovered by sand in the huge tidal surge of December 2013.
Mon Mar 31, 2014
Things to do in summer: Best beaches in Tyneside and Northumberland
Most places in the North East are within a short drive of the coast and the sheer number of beaches means you can often have a secluded few miles of sand to yourself There's quite a range of Newcastle beaches too, from activity beaches with lots of surfers, swimmers and walkers, to beaches suitable to take your dog, and Newcastle beaches so big it ... (more)
VIDEO: Residents see the sights despite thick fog
Visitors still flocked to see the sights despite the thick fog which descended for much of the fifth annual Northumberland Residents' Festival.
Sat Mar 29, 2014
Free parking is almost here
From Tuesday, much of north Northumberland will finally have parity with the south-east of the county as free parking is introduced.
Thu Mar 27, 2014
Stick to new parking rules or face a fine
R John Haswell, Berwick Chamber of Trade, Ian Swithenbank, Portfolio Holder for Highways and Enviromental and Civil Enforcement Officer No.
Tue Mar 25, 2014
Call for businesses to have say on plan
The team behind the development of a neighbourhood plan on the north Northumberland coast is calling for businesses to have their say.
Fri Mar 21, 2014
Lights, camera but not much action
BBC children's programme The Dumping Ground won a Royal Television Society award, beating fellow nominee Wolfblood.
Thu Mar 20, 2014
Centenary baton has stopover in Bamburgh
Members of the Women's Institute from across north Northumberland gathered in Bamburgh this week to celebrate an important arrival.
Tue Mar 18, 2014
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Storms uncover WW2 pillbox hidden in dunes
A World War 2 pill box that has been uncovered in the cliffs on Lynemouth beach after the recent storms.