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Newburn,

town (1991 pop. 43,713), Northumberland, NE England, on the Tyne River. It is a coal-mining and industrial center with a 12th-century church. Newburn was the site of a battle between English and Scottish armies in 1640.
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Plans for 1,000 new homes at the Newburn riverside have been unveiled, promising to transform a patch of land that has been disused for years.
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The road, a vital link between Newburn and Blaydon, has been closed totrafficever since, though pedestrians and cyclists are able to cross.
Nightlife recently spoke with Rebecca Newburn, director of the local production, about bringing the animated favorite to the stage.
Boys 13-15 years 750m: 1st Ryan Hepple - Peterlee, 2nd Tom Short - Darlington, 3rd Scott Carter - Newburn.
"Manufacturing is the last frontier cost reduction for most companies," says Frank Newburn, CEO of Omron Electronics LLC (Schaumburg, IL).
Designfax recently spent 15 minutes with Frank Newburn, President and COO of Omron Electronics LLC, the U.S.
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Police are investigating three incidents in which men in a white van are reported to have approached schoolchildren in Gosforth and Newburn. On one occasion, a girl is alleged to have had her hand grabbed by one man in the van in Gosforth.
Northumbrian Water has confirmed that Newburn Bridge will remain shut until the end of September after engineers discovered electrical cables that need to be moved before they resume the bridge's complex reconstruction.