Rural business organisation learns about how land is managed and restored at Banks Mining's Shotton surface mine
Here are a few of the North East's top spot ideas for dining al fresco this summer, as long as the weather stays fine
Graeme Whitfield is never one to shirk a challenge. Here he tries to complete all 100 great reasons – in a day
New app will allow visitors to view Northumberlandia from above while their feet are firmly on the ground
The Northumberland art project, tourism and cultural landmark has won a global landscape architecture award
Christmas elves decended on Northumberlandia land sculpture for the first ever Elf run in aid of disadvantaged children
Police are appealing for information after railings were damaged at the Northumberlandia site at Plessey North Moor
The North East’s largest lady is set to show her support for cancer research by donning a giant pink bra
A spectacular earth sculpture in Northumberland has been chosen to represent the UK against the world’s best new landscape architecture projects
Work underway at the Northumberlandia landform sculpture, which depicts a reclining lady tourist attraction near Cramlington
New visitor facilities to be built at the Northumberlandia earth sculpture after major funding secured
Proposals have been unveiled by Banks Mining for a massive new opencast coal mine near Druridge Bay in Northumberland
ALMOST 800 new jobs could be created in Northumberland over the next three years under “challenging” plans to further grow the county’s vital visitor industry, it is claimed.
FRESH anger erupted last night after planning chiefs in Northumberland decided not to launch a legal challenge to a Government decision allowing a massive opencast mine near one of the county’s biggest towns.
ANTI-opencast protesters claimed they had been let down by the Government last night after a massive new mine near a Northumberland town was given the green light.
PLANS for potential new opencast coal sites which would see mining continue in Northumberland for many years to come were met with anger and alarm by villagers across the county yesterday.
FAMILIES in a former Northumberland pit town look set to win their battle against plans to operate a major opencast coal mine near their homes for almost seven years.
Campaigners fighting plans for a massive opencast coal mine in Northumberland face a wait of up to nine months before finding out if they have been successful.
When Ellington Colliery closed last year it signalled the end of deep mining in Northumberland.
A developer whose opencast mine bid would have created an earth sculpture of a female figure is fighting a decision to throw the plan out.