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Giving The Tyne Its Regular Health Check

The small team of experts which runs the Tyne Rivers Trust, an environmental charity established five years ago, has a big responsibility - looking after the waterways which make up the 1,000-square-mile Tyne catchment area. STEWART BONNEY talked to the man at the helm, Professor Malcolm Newson.

 

Should Your Hen Be Friend Or Fowl?

Senior vet JOHN PRESCOTT finds that for some modern owners, the domestic hen has become less of an egg producer, more a member of the family.

 

Getting Your Goat Is Just The Beginning

goats.jpgSUSAN BURKE meets Jane Wilson, secretary of the British Goat Society, at her home near Redesdale.

 

Mastering The Risky Business Of Writing

CATH HARRIS travels to South Tynedale to hear playwright Michael Wilcox talk about his life, his plays and his love for his adopted county.

 

Making The Most Of Autumn's Bounty

Now that our annual harvest of home-grown fruit and veg is safely gathered in, how do we make the most of it?

 

Desperadoes Of The Border Dales

GLEN LYNDON DODDS tells the story of the lawless years when Border Reivers held sway in Northumberland's hill country.

 

Enjoy This Autumn - In Every Sense

It's autumn again! MIKE PRATT, Chief Executive of Northumberland Wildlife Trust looks at how we can make the most of this year's autumnal offerings.

 

Christmas Gift Inspiration

Are you looking for some original and special Christmas gift ideas?

 

 

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