A new £25million hospital for Berwick will be built on the site of the current infirmary. It'll be a 'stand alone hospital' for town.Read the full story ›
The 76 year old pedestrian was taken to the Royal Victoria Infirmary with life threatening injuries.Read the full story ›
Plans for a new hospital in Berwick have been announced by Northumbria Healthcare.Read the full story ›
Services are currently suspended on Virgin Trains East Coast between Newcastle and Berwick-upon-Tweed due to a fault with the signalling system at Morpeth.
The problem is also affecting Northern and CrossCountry services.
The driver of an Audi has died after the car and a combine harvester crashed in Berwick.
It happened just after 7.30pm last night on the A1167 old A1 Road near Scremerston.
Police officers, ambulance staff and fire crews attended the scene and the driver of the Audi was sadly pronounced dead at the scene.
The road was closed for several hours to while crash investigations took place.
Newcastle Crown Court the victim had been wearing headphones and was unaware she was being followed until he grabbed her last November.Read the full story ›
Police had their photographs taken with Minions as they turned out to support the Berwick Goldwing biking Parade.Read the full story ›
The Royal Border Bridge in Berwick is being lit up in the colours of the Northumberland flag tonight.
Red and gold lights will beam from the bridge, over the River tweed, to mark one week to go until the Tall Ships Regatta in Blyth.
Police are appealing for help in their search to find Rebecca Brown, from Berwick, who went missing on July 9Read the full story ›
Police are investigating after a spate of seagull shootings in Berwick.
Dead and injured seagulls having been found in the areas of Ravensdowne, Parade, Walkergate and Church Street.
Several birds have died after being shot with an air weapon in the last three months.
We want to remind people that it is an offence to kill or injure seagulls. It is also very distressing for members of the community to find these dead and injured birds where they live.
The people responsible may not only be committing offences by shooting gulls, but could endanger the public by using firearms in a public place."
Anyone with information should call police on 101, quoting reference number of 258 29/06/16 or ring Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.