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Thursday, 31 July 2014

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Pioneering milkman played key role in WW2

hxjimoneil TO many Hexham people, Jim O’Neil was the friendly milkman who delivered the morning pinta to much of the town.

Birthday girls help biker after horrific accident

hxjenni A MOTOR cyclist who broke his leg, collarbone and ribs in an horrific crash has praised the quick-thinking actions of a minibus driver.

Kielder provides a challenge for champion swimmer

hxColinHill29ct AMONG his many achievements, Hexham’s Colin Hill can list swimming the English Channel.

Kites fly up to the highest height at Prudhoe festival

50065553H005 THERE were fears that this year’s Prudhoe Kite Festival might fall flat as the mild weather snatched the wind from its sails.

Revealing the men behind the names

Tyne Out

THEIR names are read out proudly on Remembrance Sunday – an important ritual which has taken place every year for the best part of a century.

Personal finance articles from Lowes Financial Management

A-KATCH UP WITH AKASH

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TYNEDALE Cricket Club's overseas professional, Akash Fotedar, arrived from Perth in Australia working as a sports journalist.

Picture Gallery - Alston Live

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FOR the first time in three decades, Alston hosted its own music festival – and it was an instant success with 400 people enjoying the line-up.

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