Save it or scrap it? Readers have their say on the future of iconic floating Tuxedo nightclub
Nostalgic North East revellers say they will be sad to see an iconic floating nightclub turned into a training centre for young engineers.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
Nurse who died at Kenton outdoor pool party was suffering from heart disease
Nurse Mandi O'Rourke, whose body was found in a swimming pool in Kenton, died from heart disease and the affects of alcohol The 67-year-old former nurse, of Forest Hall, North Tyneside, said: "We are very distraught and we still haven't recovered.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
Roadworks lifted for bank holiday weekend
Roadworks on the A1 in north Northumberland are to be lifted next weekend as part of the Highways Agency's efforts to keeping traffic moving over the August bank holiday weekend.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Tributes paid to Blyth teen Robert Ryan who was found dead in Bedlington
A popular teenager found dead in Northumberland has been described as a "great lad" who could like up a room with his smile.
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A pirate day adventure for families
Thousands of families set sail into a sea of family fun as a county shopping centre celebrated its annual pirates' day.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
Cramlington Paralympian Stephen Miller is back in the limelight as the focus of a new exhibition
Photographs document a year in the life of gold medallist who is going for glory again in next week's European Championships Taken by local photographer Dan Prince, the behind-the-scenes images offer a unique insight into the sporting world of the champion thrower from Cramlington , Northumberland capturing him in training and relaxing at home.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
Council paints yellow lines in Cramlington - but they mean nothing
Residents had already raised a petition over the plans, as it means they will no longer be able to park outside their homes.
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Town pays its repects
A special exhibition has taken place to remember those from Cramlington who sacrificed their lives in the First World War.
Fri Aug 08, 2014
Herald War Report, August 7, 1914
This feature to commemorate the First World War brings you the news as it happened in 1914 as reported by the Morpeth Herald.
Thu Aug 07, 2014
Northumberland student fights to tackle Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa
A volunteer at the frontline of the fight to contain the Ebola virus has described the battle to save lives while victims of the disease were being buried.
Wed Aug 06, 2014
Cramlington DJ tells of one-punch attack which has left his life in tatters
Wayne Urwin had to have part of his skull removed and was left in a coma after being attacked on a night out These are the horrific injuries which have left a DJ unable to listen to music and his life in tatters.
Mon Aug 04, 2014
Rape detectives appeal to Cramlington pubgoers for information
It is understood the 39-year-old victim had been drinking in the Phoenix Inn, on Forum Way, before she was attacked in a nearby carpark.
Sat Aug 02, 2014
Community News in Brief: Saturday, August 2
The Duchess of Northumberland has officially launched almost A 1m worth of lottery funded improvements at Castle Vale and Coronation Parks in Berwick.
Fri Aug 01, 2014
Community News in Brief: Friday, August 01
Durham County Council has agreed to match the amount of A 500,000 offered by Arts Council England, together with A 100,000 of in-kind support for the event in 2015.
Thu Jul 31, 2014
One punch attacker left Cramlington DJ Wayne Urwin fighting for his life
Cramlington man Aaron Robson hit dad-of-two Wayne Urwin, Newcastle Crown Court heard, causing him to fall and smash his head on the ground The former reggae DJ with Radio Northumberland was knocked out and taken to hospital with life-threatening head injuries after the attack on Bridge Street, in Morpeth, on March 30. The 35-year-old spent weeks in ... (more)
Wed Jul 30, 2014
Remy Cabella on tour: Where will Newcastle United star go next?
Weather Sunshine returns to Tyneside with bright blue skies over the angel of the North, in Gateshead.
Tue Jul 29, 2014
Paralympian inspires schoolchildren with Smile For Life children's charity
"I hope that I can show the students that, despite having a disability, you can achieve and succeed in sport" Paralympian Stephen Miller will be inspiring children with disabilities and learning difficulties at a challenge day run by Smile For Life children's charity this week.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
Arcade finds its one in ten million
A shopper got more than she bargained for when she returned to her native Northumberland as she became the ten millionth person to visit Morpeth's Sanderson Arcade.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
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Gold medallist shows support for pub tour
Paralympian gold medalist Stephen Miller has been supporting Britain's Biggest Pub Tour when it appeared in Cramlington last weekend.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Man who lost EYE in classroom as teenager campaigns for half-price sight test
David lost his right eye when he was 14 after being shot by a fellow pupil with an airgun at Newcastle's Heaton Manor Comprehensive.