The Heart of Gold campaign was a successful partnership between the Hexham Courant and the Stephen Carey Fund.
Winners at the North-East Business Awards.
Tynedale Magistrates outside the court on the last sitting in 2011
Chairman of Hexham BID Janine Armstrong with BID manager Helen Grayshan.
New principal Darren Glover with, from left, Dr Judith Greene, Helen McCormick, and Helen Jackson.
Hexham General Hospital.
Dog owners are being urged to take extra care during lambing season.
Motorists face tougher penalties for using a mobile phone at the wheel.
Prudhoe has benefited from a new high school.
20 mph speed signs in Acomb.
Coach Mark Gradwell with his Hexham futsal players, who have to travel to Benfield fortnightly to play games. Photo: THE NORTHUMBERLAND STUDIO
Riding Mill First School students feel more relaxed in their slippers
Northumberland County Council is getting tough on fly-tipping.
Siblings Owen, Alfie and Millie Richardson, of Prudhoe, watch the planes at Newcastle Airport ahead of jetting off on holiday last year.
Haydon Bridge Community High School. D130957
The tree at Sycamore Gap, on Hadrian's Wall, near Bardon Mill.
In March this year, Dougie McEwan from The Stephen Carey Fund presented Acomb Parish Council clerk, Bill Grigg, Coun. Sybil Gill and resident Ian Mungall with the defibrillator for Acomb Village Hall. Photo: K121639
Kirstie Anderson, of Tynedale Harriers, was the first veteran over 45 female at the North East Harrier League fixture, at Druridge Bay.
K281626 Ralph and Mimi owner Roya Manoucherhri.
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