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Culture Awards

The Journal Culture Awards 2014 - nominations are now open

The ceremony will once again reward, recognise and showcase the best of North East's cultural output - in fantastic fashion

B>E>A>K at Evolution Emerging 2013

Evolution Emerging 2015 searches for next wave of musical talent

The North East's biggest emerging music event is looking for new artists for this year's event in May

North East actress Alice Stokoe who has landed a part in Mamma Mia!

Big day dawns for West End star Alice Stokoe

North East actress Alice Stokoe makes her debut in the hit West End show Mamma Mia!

Rod Clements, former member of Newcastle folk group Lindisfarne

A tuneful rendezvous with Lindisfarne's Rod Clements

Lindisfarne's Rod Clements is rightly proud of his new album which acts as a meeting point for all his songs

Culture Magazine - May 2014

Culture Magazine - May 2014

Most of the time we like to look ahead in Culture magazine but at this time of the year it’s nice to look back at the annual celebration that is The Journal Culture Awards

Business Supplements

Business Supplement: Commercial Property Quarterly

An 8-page report on the region's commercial property marketplace

The Budget 2015

The Budget 2015: 16-page report on George Osborne's Budget statement

Read our 16-page report on Chancellor George Osborne's last Budget before the general election

Filling the skills gap

Business supplement: Apprenticeships - Filling the Skills Gap

The Journal is proud to have played its part in encouraging encouraging companies to create apprenticeships to ensure the North East is capable of maintaining a skilled workforce

Manufacturers' League

Business Supplement: Manufacturers' League

The North East manufacturing industry is outperforming its counterparts in every other area of the country and is the powerhouse of our economy

Business supplement: Community Regeneration and Social Housing

Community Regeneration and Social Housing. An 8-page report on creating places where people are proud to live

Business Breakfasts

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North East figures from business and politics sign up for Journal's devolution debate

The Journal's devolution debate event on April 21 will look at the need for greater powers to be devolved to the North East

Grey's Monument stands out in the Newcastle City Centre skyline

Journal to hold debate on devolution for the North East

Breakfast event will bring together experts from the political and business worlds to debate greater powers for the region

Journal and Gazette Top 200 Business Breakfast Awards Stadium of Light updated

Region celebrates business high fliers at Top 200 breakfast

Nissan takes top spot for fourth year in a row, as more than 200 people turn out for business breakfast at Stadium of Light

Fastest 50, 2014

Fastest 50, 2014: North East's fastest growing companies unveiled today!

Ward Hadaway Fastest 50 celebrates growth among companies in the North East

Kevin Brennan, Chief Executive of Quorn Foods

Top 200, 2014: Quorn set to move up table after strong year

The sight of a third Quorn fermenter taking shape on Teesside, that will boost capacity by 50% and create 400 jobs after start-up next year, is clear evidence of Quorn's intention to keep turnover and profit upwardly mobile

Great North Run

Fit Factor 2015 with David Fairlamb

Fit Factor 2015: meet the final six finalists who will bid to transform their lives over 12 weeks

Introducing the six finalists set to embark on a 12 week fitness programme that will change their lives forever

Superyacht the Sovereign arrives at Newcastle Quayside

Review of the year: We look back at the biggest stories from July to September

July to September saw the North East lead the way in a 'three-parent babies' project to protect unborn infants from congenital genetic defects

Hannah Parker with mum Judy in The Journal.

Longbenton woman who doctors feared would not survive has celebrated her 21st birthday

Premature twin Hannah Parker from Longbenton celebrates 21st birthday for her and sister, Holly, who died at three weeks old

Oliver Perry and Hope Stebbing who have won a Great North Run Culture commission

Northumbria University graduates win Great North Run art commission

Two recent fine art graduates from Northumbria University are to create a £4,000 artwork for the 2014 Bupa Great North Run

Award winning Author David Almond at the Stadium of Light

Skellig author David Almond to write a football opera for Sunderland

The opera, which will premiere in November 2015, has been commissioned by Music in the Minster and will have Sunderland AFC at its heart

Top 200

The Top 200, 2014

Business Supplement: The Top 200, 2014

The Top 200 North-East Companies supplement is widely regarded as the North East's premier and most prestigious business publication. Read our 84-page supplement here

The Stadium of Light

Stadium of Light to host North East's Top 200 event

Top 200 event will highlight success stories from around the North East

NUBS_Professor John Wilson

The North East's top 200 businesses will be celebrated next week

The Top 200 event at Stadium of Light will also have discussion about the impact of Scottish devolution

The Top 200, 2014

Big climbers and new entries are the pepper in the Top 200 stew

This year's Top 200, exclusive to The Journal on October 22, will certainly have big climbers and new entries

Mark Squires, chief executive of Benfield Motor Group

Top 200, 2014: North East family firms fly their flag

A major talking point in the new Top 200 list, to be published exclusively in The Journal on October 22, will again be how the previous year's top private companies performed