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  1. A protest is being organised at the Ashington Hole for the one-year anniversary of the Conservatives winning the most seats at the 2017 Northumberland County Council elections.
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    Men are fined for fishing offences

    During March, the Environment Agency prosecuted nine anglers at courts in the North East for unlicensed fishing and associated offences, resulting in fines and costs totalling almost £2,000
  3. It is over two years since my wife Sally took her own life on Boxing Day 2015, writes Gordon Allan.
  4. A Ponteland High School student will be among the participants when the Royal British Legion recreates its 1928 pilgrimage to First World War battlefields.
  5. Essential restoration work will be carried out at St Wilfrid’s Church in Kirkharle, which was consecrated in the 14th century and saved from ruin in the early 15th century, thanks to a National Lottery grant of more than £90,000.
  6. The £6.2million transformation of the Stannington Nurseries and Birchwood Nurseries sites is under way.
  7. Residents with a passion for health are being given the chance to be more involved.
  8. A fruit and veg shop in Morpeth town centre has gone even greener.
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    Meritorious award for Lucinda

    A woman who has volunteered her time for many years for Girlguiding in Ponteland has received a prestigious accolade.
  10. Work can now start on construction of the new major schools and leisure centre at Ponteland, after confirmation from the Government that it will not be calling in the planning decision.
  11. A new residential development by Ascent Homes on the site of the former Ponteland Library is making good progress – with completion currently on schedule for the end of October.
  12. Morpeth Town sealed a top two spot and promotion, but were forced to settle for a point after being pegged back late on for a 1-1 draw by Guisborough Town on Monday evening, writes Ross Jackson.
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    Drop-in about scheme delay

    A drop-in event has been arranged for parents next week following the delay to the major new schools and leisure centre scheme in Ponteland.
  14. Banks Mining has registered its intention to challenge Sajid Javid’s decision to reject a major opencast mine planning application on the Northumberland coast.
  15. Despite feeling a little unwell over recent days, Morpeth Harrier Laura Weightman, still managed to pull out all the stops to claim a superb Commonwealth Games bronze medal for England in the Women’s 5000m.
  16. An ‘unstoppable’ Morpeth teenager is starring in a national advertising campaign.
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    X Factor winner to headline Live

    A million selling, number one chart topping artist is set to headline Northumberland Live at Bedlington this July.
  18. Entries have opened for the LOVE Northumberland Awards 2018 - the annual celebration of all that is great about community environmental work in the county.
  19. Ponteland Town Council has agreed in principle to the installation of some small items of exercise equipment in the village area.
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    Four points for Town

    Four points in three days edged Morpeth Town nearer the Northern League 1 champoionship this week.
  21. Despite last minute key withdrawals, Morpeth Harriers Men still managed to get 12 runners to compete at Saturday’s annual English Road Running Association 12 Stage Road Relays.
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    Morpeth lose on road

    Cleckheaton 20-14 Morpeth RFC
  23. The manager and chairman of Contact Morpeth Mental Health recently visited Coca-Cola European Partners (CCEP) in Morpeth to receive a cheque for £5,400.
  24. Northumberland County Council does not have the resources to tackle all of the thousands of tree complaints it receives each year, a meeting heard.
  25. The A697 is closed in north Northumberland following a crash.