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Tuesday, 30 September 2014

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News at a glance

Ponteland: Homes bid put on hold

PLANS for more than 260 houses on the site of the Northumbria Police headquarters at Ponteland were withdrawn from the agenda at the 11th hour of Wednesday night’s meeting of Northumberland County Council’s west area planning committee.

Last updated 24 September 2014
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Once Brewed: Sill centre plan wins approval

hxSill38ct SEVEN years after the scheme was first proposed, Northumberland National Park Authority has finally granted itself permission to go ahead with its controversial £11.2m Sill visitor centre on the Roman Wall.

Last updated 24 September 2014
Published by http://www.hexhamcourant.co.uk

Prudhoe: Cutbacks are welcomed

FED-UP residents of Masters Crescent in Prudhoe should be seeing the light next month.

Last updated 24 September 2014
Published by http://www.hexhamcourant.co.uk

Hexham: Replace lime tree – mayor

A LARGE lime tree on the Sele which was felled last month should be replaced at once, says Mayor of Hexham Coun. Terry Robson.

Last updated 24 September 2014
Published by http://www.hexhamcourant.co.uk

Police chiefs meet in Haltwhistle

POLICE chiefs will be in Haltwhistle next month for a public meeting aimed at reassuring residents over concerns about crime matters.

Last updated 24 September 2014
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Haltwhistle: Council stays at library

HALTWHISTLE Town Council has agreed to continue to hold meetings at the town’s library.

Last updated 24 September 2014
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MP supports Stocksfield housing objectors

OBJECTORS to the approved plan for a housing development on Stocksfield’s green belt have won the support of Hexham’s MP Guy Opperman.

Last updated 24 September 2014
Published by http://www.hexhamcourant.co.uk

The race is on in Prudhoe

PRUDHOE miners’ race is on the fast track to becoming a much anticipated event on the town’s calendar.

Last updated 24 September 2014
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German newcomers bring a taste of their home country to Stonehaugh

hxbier LEDERHOSEN at the ready – a North Tyne village hall is being transformed into a German beer hall – for one night only.

Last updated 24 September 2014
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Mickley: Liam looks to the future with low energy homes

HxliamA AN ECO-FRIENDLY Mickley architect is leading by example in his bid to see a sustainable housing development take root in the village.

Last updated 24 September 2014
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Allendale: No rush over Market Place plan

FINAL plans for the redevelopment of Allendale’s Market Place will be unveiled next year.

Last updated 24 September 2014
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Capheaton: Trio bring taste of India home

hxbiketextile INSPIRED by the array of colour they saw on a trip to India, a trio of friends have created a business specialising in products from the country.

Last updated 24 September 2014
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Inquest verdict on Stocksfield women killed in Spanish crash

Ruth Robson Heather Brierly THREE friends killed in a head-on collision in Spain could have done nothing to prevent the crash, an inquest has heard.

Last updated 17 September 2014
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Haltwhistle must exploit its untapped economic potential

hxJohnClark37ct ALARM bells are ringing in Haltwhistle – and not just from the bedside clocks on offer at Richard Skeet’s Centre of Britain Electrix shop on Westgate.

Last updated 17 September 2014
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Hexham: Beaufront Show celebrates 90th anniversary

hxbeaushowkids ONE of Tynedale’s longest-running summer events celebrated its 90th anniversary in style last Saturday.

Last updated 17 September 2014
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The end is nigh for old trains, but rail fares double in price

THE rattletrap Pacer trains which operate on the Tyne Valley line could be replaced by sleek modern electric trains.

Last updated 17 September 2014
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Fourstones: Manure-fuelled energy plant causes concerns

SCORES of people have added their voices to the mounting objections to proposals for a waste-powered energy plant at Fourstones.

Last updated 17 September 2014
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Heddon: Fred sets sail again for Arctic Convoy memorial in Russia

Hxfredj A 91-YEAR-OLD World War Two veteran from Heddon has just returned from Russia where he witnessed the unveiling of a memorial to the sailors of the Arctic Convoys.

Last updated 17 September 2014
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Wall: Driver unhurt as tractor bursts into flames

THE road between Acomb and Brunton crossroads was closed for two hours last Thursday when a tractor burst into flames

Last updated 17 September 2014
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Hexham: Girl stuck in tree is rescued

AN adventurous youngster who decided it would be fun to climb one of the trees on Hexham’s Sele finished up getting stuck 35 feet off the ground on Friday.

Last updated 17 September 2014
Published by http://www.hexhamcourant.co.uk

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