Health chiefs say there is no going back to the way maternity services were provided in Berwick prior to their partial suspension last year.
A dedicated Berwick cadet has been recognised with a special award, presented to her for her commitment to her peers.
The historic Cowe buildings, regarded by many as one of the biggest eyesores in Berwick, are at long last going to be renovated.
A 21-year-old man was rescued by the emergency services after falling down a cliff near the Greenses harbour in Berwick on Tuesday.
Over 1400 people interested in learning more about the Battle of Flodden and the wider history of the region attended last weekend’s Bygone Borderland event in Berwick.
Dougie Watkin, the long-serving Liberal Democrat councillor for Norham and Islandshires has narrowly failed in his challenge for leadership of the party at County Hall.
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A dog that ran into the sea at Spittal to chase a swan had to be rescued by Berwick’s inshore lifeboat crew on Monday morning.
An application to convert an industrial storage building in Coldstream into a children’s soft play centre has been recommended for refusal by Scottish Borders Council.
Entries are wanted for the The Great North Bike Ride from Seahouses to Tynemouth Priory.
By far the largest number of members of Clan Home/Hume ever to congregate from all over the world are to visit the battlefield at Flodden.
Residents and visitors have taken part in interactive consultation events at Rothbury and Once Brewed to share their thoughts and ideas on the look and feel of plans for a landmark £10.5 million building near Hadrian’s Wall.
Chief executive Steve Stewart was one of 15 employees of Northumberland County Council to earn more than £100,000 in 2011-12.
Unsightly weeds springing up in gutters around Berwick town centre will be cleared over the next few weeks.
A 24-year-old man has been taken to hospital with suspected spinal injuries after being cut free from his car, which left the road and crashed into a dry stone dyke on the A699 road near Kelso.
VIDEO: Puffin census begins on the Farne Islands video Picture gallery
A new puffin census is under way on the Farne Islands to determine how many breeding pairs of the birds live at the main breeding site.
VIDEO: Farne Islands puffin lays an egg video Picture gallery
Rangers on the Farne Islands have revealed the first video of a puffin laying an egg as they begin their five-yearly census.
An inspector has rejected an appeal against a council’s refusal of plans for a major rebuild of a house on the north Northumberland coast.
New figures showing a fall in the number of unemployed people in the Berwick constituency have been welcomed by local MP Sir Alan Beith.
Plans to breathe fresh life into Berwick’s historic charter market have been unveiled by the Portas town team as part of its regeneration efforts.
Wind farm developer EnergieKontor is finalising controversial plans for the nine-turbine Belford Burn development to the west of the village.1 comment
Brazilian musicians brought a Latin flavour to classes at Holy Trinity First School in Berwick as they helped pupils prepare for a steel pans concert.
A Berwick businessman has donated a wheelchair to help improve mobility for the elderly in an East Kenyan village.
There were winners but no losers when the annual Spirit of Sport day for the disabled was held at the Swan Centre in Berwick on Sunday.
The long-awaited decision about future arrangements for midwifery-led services in Berwick is due to be made next week.
Northumberland County Council’s Family Placement Service is asking people in Northumberland to put themselves in the frame and see if they could be the perfect foster carer.
A new walking trail aims to ensure tourists get to see all of Berwick’s main attractions and perhaps enjoy a drink or a bite to eat along the way.
Berwick’s regeneration taskforce has sent out a message that the town can be transformed into a vibrant hub if everyone pulls together.
The Flodden 1513 Peace and Reconciliation Centre in Crookham has had an opening ceremony for its newly made peace garden.
Parish successes and county council’s failings were the key themes of North Sunderland Parish Council chair Geoffrey Stewart’s annual report.
Prior Park First School pupil Ruby Morton is putting her best foot forward to raise money for WaterAid, writes Kirsty Smyth.
Police are appealing for information after a fence was damaged in Wooler.
Measures announced in the Queen’s Speech will help 1,370 businesses in the Berwick area by cutting National Insurance Contributions.
Police and Berwick inshore lifeboat crew were called out on Thursday after a man fell into the River Tweed from the Royal Tweed Bridge.
Councillor Isabel Hunter has been elected as the new Mayor of Berwick.
New plans for a wind turbine at Wark Common have been lodged.
A Berwick councillor has welcomed efforts to cut anti-social behaviour.
A Northumberland social enterprise has secured a grant from the European Social Fund to support people over 50 who want to make life-changing plans.
A council is keen to latch on to the worldwide appeal of James Bond to promote Berwick and the surrounding area to tourists.
Berwick MP Sir Alan Beith has been learning what life is like for young people growing up in a military family.
Keen walker Tom Veitch will be stepping out in aid of the British Heart Foundation when he tackles the Pennine Way later this month.
A Berwick schoolboy will be jetting off to Canada this summer as part of an international camps programme that aims to inspire children to imagine a more peaceful world.
The regimental association of the King’s Own Scottish Borderers has been encouraged in its attempts to take over Berwick Barracks.
Northumberland Wildlife Trust has received yet another grant from The Co-operative Membership to help its Beequest Project, which is aimed at protecting pollinating insects.
Celebrities Katie Price and Ian Wright are helping to promote a new photo and video sharing website set up by a former Berwick man.
Accepted wisdom has it that the present Berwick Town Hall stands on the ground of an earlier civic building that was demolished in 1750 to make way for the newcomer.
Accomplished story teller Don White visited Hugh Joicey First School in Ford on Thursday to teach pupils about the historical and cultural heritage of the region.
Inspired talks about day surgery at Berwick Infirmary were given at the AGM of the League of Friends of Berwick Hospitals.
Horse behaviourist Richard Maxwell will give his only demonstration in Scotland this year in the Borders.
The manager of Berwick Youth Project took a break from organising young people’s adventures to compete in a Polar Challenge 300 miles north of the Arctic Circle.
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