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The Hexham Courant
READERS of the Hexham Courant are today invited to help beat the spread of damaging fake news - by supporting impartial local journalism.
The Kia Picanto.
The Kia Picanto.
Here’s how we used to understand small car categorisation and the difference between Fiesta-sized superminis and their smaller, cheaper citycar counterparts.
Emily Bell enjoys the new play area at Warden. *Photo: HX201728.
YOUNGSTERS in Warden have a new play area thanks to collaborative community project.
Hexham General Hospital. Photo: K031721
HEALTHCARE services across Tynedale are in recovery mode following a global cyber-attack which hit computer systems across the NHS on Friday.
County councillor for Hexham West Derek Kennedy. *Photo: HX161724
Hexham Courant editor Colin Tapping submits the petition into Northumberland County Council. *Photo: HX131790
VISITORS to Tynedale leisure centres will once again be able to buy a copy of their local newspaper - the Hexham Courant - from this week, following a county council U-turn.
HX191719 Election. The count for the local elections in Northumberland. Conservative leader Peter Jackson. FRIDAY 5TH MAY 2017. KATE BUCKINGHAM.
CHIEF executive of Northumberland County Council, Steven Mason, has been forced to back down on his controversial decision to withdraw public notices from the Hexham Courant .
Hexham Courant head of sport David Coulter at the five mile stage.
JUST two runs in, and I think I've already completed the toughest one of the year.
Hexham Courant editor Colin Tapping submits the petition into Northumberland County Council. Your right to know. HX131790 .
AT long last, common sense has prevailed and local public notices will be restored to their rightful place in the Hexham Courant .
10pm: Voting closed at 288 polling stations across Northumberland.
Tributes to Michael Thompson left at the scene. Photo: K051731
Archie Dean Henderson from Bellingham who has been sentenced to four and a half years in prison.
Michael Thompson from Hexham who died after an attack outside Studio Sports Bar in January.
A BELLINGHAM man has been handed a prison sentence for the manslaughter of Michael Thompson outside Studio Sports Bar in January.
Allendale Primary School pupils are taking part in the Crafted Miracles project.
Allendale Ladies Group.
A tableau created by Curlew Class at Allendale Primary School.
Megan Forbes works on her tableau of The Last Supper.
Knitted miracles made by the Allendale Ladies group.
COMMUNITY groups around the town of Allendale have been working miracles over the past few weeks.
Hadrian House. Photo: HX181756
Coun. Trevor Cessford.
Hadrian House. Photo: HX181755
Hexham House. Photo: HX181757
Hexham House. Photo: HX181759
The Old Swimming Pool site in Hexham. Photo: K071759
Sold signs at the Old Swimming Pool site in Hexham. Photo: K071760
ONE of Hexham’s key council buildings could be transformed into eight apartments if a planning application gets the green light.
The Jaguar F Type convertible.
The Jaguar F Type convertible.
OKAY, time for a quick report card on the latest Jaguar F-TYPE.
VOTERS across Tynedale will be making their mark today to elect local council representatives for the next four years.
A MICKLEY care home has been forced to close its doors citing 'substantial financial pressures.'
Landlady Karen Reay, outside the Anchor Inn in Whittonstall. Photo: HX171783
A PUB landlord has thrown his weight behind the campaign to restore public notices to the Hexham Courant after being kept in the dark over a local road closure.
Coun. Cath Homer. Photo: HX111731
NatWest in Hexham. Photo: HX171798
PUBLIC notices announcing the removal of one of Hexham town centre’s busiest cash point facilities have appeared in the Northumberland Gazette - and not the Hexham Courant .
Landlord at the Crown Inn in Catton, Andy Watt.
A VILLAGE pub which has bounced back from closure twice in the last decade is facing another battle for survival, its landlord has warned.
DOZENS of Hexham business owners who did not pay their share of a levy to the Hexham Business Improvement District (BID) were ordered to pay by magistrates on Thursday.
County councillor for Hexham West, Derek Kennedy.
AN abrupt instruction from Northumberland County Council’s chief executive Steven Mason to all his senior staff appears to be at the root of a council decision to halt the publication of statutory notices in the Hexham Courant .
The Volvo XC60.
Interior of the Volvo XC60.
THE original XC60 was the car that established Volvo in the minds of buyers in the mid-sized SUV segment.
GRAVEYARDS are infinitely interesting places, offering a potted history of a town’s past, and Hexham Cemetery certainly has its own tale to tell.
HX151791 Vindolanda's chief executive Dr Andrew Birley, next to the road closure. *Photo: HX151791
The road closure that will impact Easter visitor numbers at Vindolanda. *Photo: HX151792
A MAJOR route used by the majority of visitors to one of Tynedale’s top heritage attractions was shut off without warning on Monday.
A COMMERCIAL agreement, reached without any formal tendering process, is supporting the distribution of 200 free copies of the Northumberland Gazette in Hexham, Prudhoe and Ponteland every week.
Welcome to Corbridge. Photo: D0312104
A SIX year legal battle over a garden shed in Corbridge ended in the Court of Appeal last week.
Coun. Derek Kennedy
CALLS from Tynedale’s own county councillors to re-instate public notices in the Hexham Courant have been ignored.
Coun. Trevor Cessford *Photo: HX111732
HEXHAM Town Council’s criticism of Northumberland County Council’s withdrawal of public notices from the Courant has been met with a ‘wishy washy’ response.
Charlie Hammerton and his ferret, Bandit. Photo:HX151793
TYNEDALE'S national trail has been the focus for many a quirky charity challenge since its launch 14 years ago - but this week it witnessed one of the most 'off-the-Wall'.
Northumberland County Council leader Coun. Grant Davey
Coun. Peter Jackson
NORTHUMBERLAND County Council does not believe it is in breach of regulations surrounding the publication of statutory notices in relevant local newspapers.
Hexham Courant editor Colin Tapping at County Hall. Photo: HX131790
CALLS by almost 2,700 members of the public for for the immediate restoration of public notices in the Hexham Courant will not be examined until next month.