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Monday, 24 November 2014

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Hexham hospital staff on strike

Hexham picket line

PICKET lines were formed at the gates of Hexham General Hospital on Monday morning at staff staged a four-hour strike as part of an ongoing dispute over pay.

Prudhoe: A crafty way to support appeal

hxpoppies1 A WARM-HEARTED mother and daughter team have been busy with needle and thread to create their own unique tribute to the fallen.

Stocksfield: Toddlers all fired up by emergency crew visit

hxelliotfirecrew TODDLERS in Stocksfield have been behind their own chariots of fire to raise money for the local fire service.

Tynedale: It’s game on for female refs as sexism gets the red card

hxwomenrefs SINCE first pulling on the all black kit of the referee in 1988, Ponteland’s Gillian Armstrong has noticed a world of change in people’s attitudes towards her.

Hexham: Call to save phone box

Hxcolinphone HEXHAM residents have answered the call to save a public telephone box threatened with the axe.

Dust busters get Ovingham rather hot under the collar

Tyne Out

THEATREGOERS in Ovingham were spared the recent cold snap – which has caused top buttons to be fastened and scarves to be wrapped tighter – as the risque on-stage antics of Dirty Dusting were enough to get anyone hot under the collar.

Personal finance articles from Lowes Financial Management

Coventry too strong for depleted Tynedale

Tynedale v Coventry rugby

Tynedale 21, Coventry 57 THIRD placed Coventry proved too powerful for a patched up Tynedale, who sparkled at time, but made too many mistakes to prevent the Midlanders winning their eighth game in a row.

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