THE money-spinning hydro-electricity generating plant proposed for the Tyne at Hexham is dead in the water.
OVER 60 people attended a ceremony in Blanchland on Sunday to commemorate the village’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations.
TYNEDALE Hospice at Home has a new bereavement services co-ordinator and assistant.
BEFORE she died shepherdess Jill Fairweather dreamed of organising a pink sheepdog trial to raise funds for a cause close to her heart.
A HALTWHISTLE man was killed in a crash in Cumbria this week.
Morris dancers fly the flag for a fine English tradition
THEY followed in the footsteps of Prince Harry, but the reception they received was (almost) as rapturous.
This week in... 1919Saturday, June 16, 1934
Lord Lieutenant of Northumberland, Sir Charles Trevelyan unveiled a series of murals at Acomb Youth Hostel which had been painted by pupils of King Edward VII School in Newcastle.
Sir Charles commented that membership of the Tyneside Hostel Movement, which included the Acomb hostel, was expanding rapidly and there were plans to open another hostel at Twice Brewed on the Military Road.