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New council leader questions Arch role

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£1m investment to bolster Haltwhistle's flood defences

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Cub volunteer Tess set to represent UK

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Fund-raiser organised in memory of Kevin

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Man dies after Corbridge crash

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Labour of love created dream home on hill top

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Ofsted condemns academy delay at Haydon Bridge High School

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Prudhoe ready for Arts Week

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Col. Bell, veteran of Dunkirk, dies aged 105

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Councillors reject continental plan to put brake on speeding motorists

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Top marks for West Woodburn First School

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Children from Wark C of E First School took part in the Race for Life on Wark village green, to raise money for Cancer Research.
Hundreds headed to Prudhoe Town Football Club's Kimberly Park stadium as the team took on Sunderland U23 in a fund-raising game for Prudhoe children's hospital, Ferndene.
Hundreds of competitors turned out for the annual Whitfield Clay Shoot last weekend.
Young children in Warden have a new play area thanks to a collaborative community project.
The Conservatives enjoyed a successful day at the polls as they gained 13 seats more than they did in 2013 - however, they were denied a majority when straws were drawn for the final Blyth South seat.
The sun shone in Hexham for the annual Spring Festival. Organised by Hexham Community Partnership, the event brought thousands of visitors to the town.
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