A69 blocked in both directions at half a mile north of Haydon Bridge - police dealing with a collision- please avoid if you can
People affected by last month's flooding in Northumberland say they're angry more wasn't done to help them during the storms.
The comments were made during a heated meeting organised by their MP.
Watch the full report from our correspondent Frances Read
Disgruntled residents who were flooded after Storm Desmond in December have asked why the Tyne has not been dredged to prevent flooding.Read the full story ›
A public meeting's being held in Haydon Bridge in Northumberland this evening (January 12) over plans to close the town's fire station.
It's part of a plan by Northumberland County Council to save half a million pounds from its budget.
Some locals say the closure will put lives at risk. The council has said that the plans are designed to have as little impact as possible on services.
Initial research has suggested that rising global temperatures made the record-breaking rain around 40% more likely.Read the full story ›
Some residents of Haydon Bridge in Northumberland are cleaning up after flooding last weekend destroyed their homes.
Our correspondent Frances Read has been to find out how two neighbouring families in the town are coping.
The storm battered the region for hours but the impact on the lives of people in Haydon Bridge will last for monthsRead the full story ›
Northumberland County Council says Haydon Bridge is not the 'forgotten village'.
It has been confirmed that Fire and Rescue Services attended 44 incidents in the Haydon Bridge area over the weekend. A Swift Water Rescue team was available as well as fire crews. A spokesperson said "we strongly refute the statement they are the forgotten village."
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Police have a named a woman killed in a fatal collision on the A69 on Saturday December 8th as Lynette Davison from Lancashire.
The 52-year-old from Asham-in-Furness died after a collision involving two cars and a van between Hexham and Haydon Bridge.
Police have renewed their appeal for witnesses to the fatal collision in Northumberland to come forward or contact Northumbria Police on 101.