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The National Trust Neptune scheme is celebrating a landmark birthday after being set up to save North East shoreline stretches
Tourism bosses are hoping the recent announcement that Newcastle has been named as the UK’s favourite city will help bring more visitors to the North East
Visitor's snap capturing spirit of the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty will front new Northumberland Coast guide
A spectacular coastal walk in Northumberland has been rated by the National Trust as one of the best in the country
As a six-year-old in the 1950s Jenny Lee Smith used to pop next door and sneak on to the links of Dunstanburgh Castle
Anniversaries ought to be celebrated, such as the 800th anniversary of Dunstanburgh Castle
Captain of Northumberland Andrew Minnikin claimed his first county championship with victory at the 37th hole at Tynemouth
MARTIN Wharton, 63, has been the Bishop of Newcastle since 1997.
A WATERCOLOUR masterpiece depicting a Northumberland landmark fetched almost £3m at auction last night.
WIND farm bosses last night confirmed they would appeal against a council decision to refuse their plans for 10 turbines on the outskirts of Alnwick, and warned it could cost taxpayers up to £250,000 if they win.
EXPERIENCE the magic of Alnwick, lying in the heart of Northumberland just 30 miles north of Newcastle.
Living by water is a dream for many homebuyers – whether it’s the tranquility of a stream, the excitement of a busy waterfront, or a family home near the coast.
IF today’s Journal Trophy final is to be decided on competitive spirit alone, then Iben Cocker may find she has few peers in the 12-strong field at Ramside Hall.
THIS is the 13th year in a row Helen Kipling has entered The Journal Trophy and until this season she had never made it past the club qualifying stage.
PAM Wright, from the Matfen Hall club, won the Northumberland heat of The Journal Trophy with a nett score of 78 at Dunstanburgh Castle that was two shots over the competition scratch score on a wild, windswept day.
The Journal Champion of Champions tournament, one of the best-loved events on the golf fixture list, is back this season after an absence of eight years.
At last the bigger fish are starting to show from the boats.
Perhaps a bigger surprise than the double forts on the top of Bewick Hill are the twin Second World War pill boxes which share the summit.
Youngsters from Houghton-le-Spring Golf Club have enjoyed another successful Easter camp.