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  1. Morpeth Town Council has unanimously approved the terms of a proposed new lease to Tommy’s Field Allotment Limited, who will continue to manage the allotments at Tommy’s Field.
  2. A Morpeth business coach is putting her experiences as a championship runner to help a business encouraging women to run.
  3. A Morpeth author has published a gripping new crime novel, which climaxes on Holy Island.
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    HERALD WAR REPORT

    In this feature to commemorate the First World War, we will bring you the news as it happened in 1918, as reported by the Morpeth Herald. All material is published with kind permission of the Mackay family. We thank them for their support and generosity in allowing us access to their archive.
  5. A weekend of events is being planned for early next month to mark the 10-year anniversary of the major flood in Morpeth.
  6. Two farm shops in Northumberland have achieved prestigious national accolades.
  7. Hundreds of workers in Northumberland are claiming Universal Credit as their low wages are not enough to live on.
  8. The popular Great North Run will be shortly upon us, seeing thousands of eager runners take to the streets of Newcastle, Gateshead and South Shields as part of the annual race.
  9. The number of couples forming civil partnerships in Northumberland has fallen dramatically since same-sex marriage was legalised, ONS figures show.
  10. Police have said that there have been reports and evidence of drug use at Hadston Industrial Estate.
  11. Katie Stoner and Erin Boyle are preparing for university life after achieving excellent exam results.
  12. Delighted students across Northumberland have celebrated their achievements in what has been an extremely good year for A-levels taken in the county.
  13. A property developer has once again threatened to sue Northumberland County Council, but has not yet issued legal proceedings.
  14. The hard work of students at Ponteland High School has paid dividends as they have achieved an outstanding set of A-level results this year.
  15. Perhaps exacerbated by ‘silly season’, there has been quite the furore over a column written by Boris Johnson.
  16. The number of homes and businesses in Northumberland without full 4G coverage has dropped by more than 20 per cent, according to Ofcom.
  17. The popular Great North Run will be shortly upon us, seeing thousands of eager runners take to the streets of Newcastle, Gateshead and South Shields as part of the annual race.
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    Top class A-level results for KEVI

    Morpeth’s high school has achieved its best ever top A-Level grades.
  19. A Morpeth-based organisation has been announced as chartered accountancy and business advisory firm UNW’s chosen Charity of the Year for 2018/19.
  20. The annual North East report on the economic impact of tourism reveals that Northumberland welcomed 10.3 million visitors during 2017, a six per cent increase on 2016.
  21. There is still time to participate in a survey that relates to the Morpeth masterplan process.
  22. Permission is being sought for more new homes in an ever-expanding Northumberland community – but it may offer some hope of dealing with ongoing road issues.
  23. Police are investigating a robbery in Ashington.
  24. The number of complaints about Northumberland County Council’s social services for adults and children increased last year.
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