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Wildlife video camera stolen at Allen Banks

A WILDLIFE camera that only days ago captured the first video footage of a family of otters at Allen Banks has been stolen.

Last updated 23 January 2015
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Tynedale: £70m Cramlington hospital is blueprint for change

hxevans NORTHUMBERLAND is now at the forefront of emergency healthcare in Britain.

Last updated 20 January 2015
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Tynedale: Plastic-free pledge raises environmental awareness

hxplastic IF your ‘Dry January’ has already got a bit wet, then why not try this Tynedale couple’s alternative New Year’s resolution?

Last updated 20 January 2015
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Tynedale: Call for council tax rise to be scrapped

hxcounpjack TORY councillors are calling for the proposed 1.99 per cent rise in council tax bills across Northumberland to be scrapped.

Last updated 20 January 2015
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Tynedale: News in brief

A DRIVER had to be cut free from a car after a crash on the A69 near Stocksfield on Monday.

Last updated 20 January 2015
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Hexham's MP calls ambulance chief to Commons

Ambulance THE new chief executive of the North East Ambulance Service has been summoned to the House of Commons by Hexham’s MP Guy Opperman to answer questions over ambulance response delays.

Last updated 16 January 2015
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Cavalry project is rescued

AN ambitious £900,000 exhibition of international importance is set to explore the role of the Roman cavalry on Hadrian’s Wall.

Last updated 13 January 2015
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Pledge to clear repairs backlog goes to pot

AFTER trumpeting the success of its promise to clear the county of its backlog of 12,000 potholes on its roads by June last year, Northumberland County Council still has a rocky road ahead.

Last updated 13 January 2015
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Tynedale: Charity volunteers honoured by Queen

hxtraceymedal DEDICATING countless hours to helping others, two kind-hearted locals have been recognised in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours list.

Last updated 13 January 2015
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Robson helps tourism rocket

NATIONAL television exposure provided through the likes of actor Robson Green, crime series Vera, and the use of Alnwick Castle as a backdrop for the Downton Abbey Christmas special has given tourism in Northumberland a massive shot in the arm.

Last updated 13 January 2015
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Tynedale: £25,000 boost enables NHS staff to connect worldwide

THE trust which runs Hexham General Hospital has been awarded £25,000 to boost an international volunteering project which has local healthcare benefits.

Last updated 13 January 2015
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Tynedale: Residents urged to get on their bikes in latest drive

THE drive to get more people on their bikes is being championed by a Tynedale councillor.

Last updated 12 January 2015
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Acomb village notes

ON Sunday, January 11, Messy Church, held in Acomb village hall from 2.30pm until 4.30pm, will be exploring the story of the flight of Jesus, Mary and Joseph to Egypt, with a look at what it is like for present day refugees.

Last updated 12 January 2015
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Council must get on its bike and map out cycle plan – MP

HEXHAM’S MP Guy Opperman is calling for the creation of cycle lanes in Hexham and Ponteland in a bid to get more people on their bikes.

Last updated 6 January 2015
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Tynedale: Corbridge chemist came to the aid of German deputy

hxtedbean HE served his country during the Second World War – and even came to the aid of Germany’s wounded deputy leader Rudolf Hess.

Last updated 6 January 2015
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Tynedale: Web surfers will use the speed of light

50071794H000 THIN strands of glass in thick underground cables that carry data via the reflection of light beams is the clever science behind the high speed fibre optic broadband network being rolled out across Tynedale.

Last updated 6 January 2015
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Tynedale: MP seeks assurances on gritting operations

hxOaklands01ct FEARS raised by Hexham’s MP Guy Opperman about Northumberland County Council’s readiness for a bad winter have brought an icy response from County Hall.

Last updated 6 January 2015
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Hexham hospital campaign group calls for meeting

Hexham hospital CAMPAIGNERS have called for a public meeting about the future of Hexham General Hospital’s accident and emergency department after more than 400 people joined a new Facebook group.

Last updated 22 December 2014
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Tynedale: Councils are bypassed in transfer of assets

hxbruce2 TOWN and parish councils in Tynedale which have been trying for years to persuade Northumberland County Council to let them take over the running of parks and play areas in their patches have been bypassed.

Last updated 22 December 2014
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Homes plan for Tynedale green belt

controversial plans to build thousands of new homes across Tynedale come back under the public microscope next month.

Last updated 22 December 2014
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