A multi-million flood defence scheme for Morpeth is expected to be finished later than planned and £5 million over-budget.
A new competition called TeenTech is trying to encourage schoolchildren to get more interested in careers in technology.
A Northumberland couple's wedding plans are in turmoil after the venue they booked told them that flood damage wouldn't be repaired in time
Hundreds marched through Morpeth in Northumberland to celebrate the life of Emily Wilding Davison, buried in the town a hundred years ago. Emily Davison died after stepping in front of the King's horse at the Epsom Derby in 1913.
Events will be held this weekend to mark the 100th anniversary of the funeral of Emily Wilding Davison.
The suffragette died in 1913, a few days after stepping onto the racecourse at Epsom. She was hit by the king's horse.
Emily's family was from Northumberland. Between 13th and 15th June, a series of centenary events will be held in and around Morpeth to remember a woman who fought for the vote.
On Saturday, a commemorative procession will take place between Morpeth railway station and St Mary's Church; the route of her funeral cortege.
Emily's relatives are travelling to Northumberland from around the world to take part.
The Floods Minister has been in Morpeth to see work being carried out on the town's new flood defences.
Richard Benyon MP, saw the work, which includes a new wall being built right through the back gardens of a row of houses badly hit by a major flood almost five years ago.
Watch Derek Proud's report here:
Returning to anything once you have retired can be daunting. But one man who spent his whole life riding horses has decided to take part in one more race.
Peter Craggs from Morpeth was one of the country's most successful amateur jockeys. When his career ended, he said he would never get back on a horse.
But he has and he will compete at York Racecourse later this month, for a cause close to his heart.
Sarah Kelly reports:
Police are appealing for witnesses after a man was seriously injured after he was hit by a lorry in Northumberland.
The collision happened on the evening of Saturday 10 May near to the bus stop in Dark Lane, just east of the junction with St Georges Hospital in Morpeth.
A 62-year-old man was knocked down by a lorry travelling east along the road and was taken to hospital with serious injuries. He remains in a critical condition.
The driver of the vehicle was spoken to at the scene. Police are now trying to establish the what happened and are asking any witnesses to contact them.
Anyone with any information should contact Northumbria Police on 101 ext 69191.
A lamb has been born on Whitehouse Farm in Morpeth with five legs. Despite the timing of it being April Fool's day, this is true!
She is healthy, one of triplets, and was named Quinto by our reporter Rachel Sweeney.
It is not an April Fool, this lamb really does have five legs. Quinto, who was named by our reporter, was born on Whitehouse Farm in Morpeth. She is healthy and doing well.
Quinto the lamb was born in Morpeth with five legs. She is one of triplets. Quinto was named by ITV News Tyne Tees today.
A man and a woman have been arrested in Lynemouth on suspicion of attempted murder after a man was injured in Northumberland over the weekend.
Police were called to Second Row in Linton near Morpeth after a 23-year-old man was shot in the leg and had to be treated for pellet injuries.
He was taken to the RVI in Newcastle and his injuries are not thought to be life-threatening.
Anyone with any information is being asked to contact 101 or alternatively people can call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
A man was shot in the leg in Linton, near Morpeth, just before 6am. The 23 year old was treated in hospital for pellet wounds but his injuries were not thought to be life-threatening. Police said the people involved knew each other and there is no reason to believe there is any danger to the public.