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The fire damaged hut at Holy Island

Unique Holy Island hut torched in suspected arson attack

An organic hut at Holy Island has been damaged by fire in what is thought to have been a deliberate attack

RAF squadron leader Ruth Shackleton is a high-flyer in every way

RAF squadron leader Ruth Shackleton
Brought up in South Shields and Northumberland, Ruth Shackleton is now team manager of the Red Arrows

Now tourists can take taste of Northumberland home

Ringtons teas
Long-established North East company Ringtons is to supply tourist information centres across Northumberland

Government under fire from transport campaigners over rail investment

Dennis Fancett chairperson of SENRUG
The government has come under fire for failing to accept the case for investment in the region's rail network

Highlighting the North East at Britain's biggest pub

Customers being served beer
The Great British Beer Festival saw a North East contingent spreading the word about our great breweries and beers
The fire damaged hut at Holy Island

Unique Holy Island hut torched in suspected arson attack

An organic hut at Holy Island has been damaged by fire in what is thought to have been a deliberate attack

RAF squadron leader Ruth Shackleton is a high-flyer in every way

RAF squadron leader Ruth Shackleton
Brought up in South Shields and Northumberland, Ruth Shackleton is now team manager of the Red Arrows

Government under fire from transport campaigners over rail investment

Dennis Fancett chairperson of SENRUG
The government has come under fire for failing to accept the case for investment in the region's rail network
Single carriageway section of the A1 in Northumberland

Dualling A1 could bring in nearly £400m to North East economy

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Northumberland County Council report shows economic case of dualling the A1 North of Newcastle

Company launched to help North East communities build their own wind turbines

Wind turbines in Northumberland
The social business, Community Renewable Energy, CoRE, organised the installation of the turbine working along with Berwick Trust

Business, transport and schools to gain from massive investment in the North East

Transport, business, innovation and schools programm
Transport, business, innovation - and that schools challenge we desperately need - all boosted as Government unveils £300m programme of investment for North East

About Berwick

Berwick-upon-Tweed is the northernmost town in England situated 2½ miles south of the Scottish border. It is on Northumberland’s east coast at the mouth of the River Tweed and was originally founded as an Anglo-Saxon settlement. For over 400 years it was central to the border war between England and Scotland. It is now a traditional market town.

Videos & Photos

Actor Ben Crompton, from Game of Thrones, at Housesteads Roman Fort

Game of Thrones actor Ben Crompton launches Hadrian's Wall exhibition

L-R: Tony Gates Chief Executive of Northumberland National Park Authority, Lord de Mauley and Andrew Miller, Head of Programmes and Conservation

Environment Minister welcomes vision for the next 20 years of Northumberland

A model of the hydroplane at Chillingham Castle

Chillingham Castle owner hoping to recreate historic flight and build full size replica of 1911 plane

 

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