BASED on Richard Matheson’s 1954 novel, which inspired the films The Last Man On Earth and The Omega Man, I Am Legend is a post-apocalyptic thriller about the last remaining survivor of a terrible man-made catastrophe.
FIRST Group: Bus and rail travel is impacted by economic cycles, but we feel it is at the lower end of cyclicality within the sector.
A BUSINESS in the North-East has shown good dress sense by packing up almost 4,000 old uniforms so they can be used in one of Africa’s poorest communities.
EVERY Christmas you hope for a film which perfectly embodies the festive spirit.
HE IS preparing to compete on golf’s greatest stage but Kenneth Ferrie will not forget his humble beginnings, as Chief Sports Writer Paul Gilder reports.
MARTIN, 46, is a professional magician. He has been performing magic full-time for more than 20 years but before that he used to sell magic in London to other magicians.
Food is at the heart of the festive celebrations. We go to great lengths to ensure we not only have the finest, but that it is cooked properly, is indulgently rich and tastes wonderful.
ON September 17, the European Court of First Instance (CFI) upheld the 2004 ruling by the European Commission that software giant Microsoft had been abusing its dominant position in the European market.
CHRISTMAS looks set to be a busy one if consumer spending forecasts are to be believed.
A GREEN stairlift manufacturer on Teesside has been presented with a top environmental accolade.
THE proliferation of premium television and film content on the internet is inevitable.
WITH just four weeks to go, the Christmas shopping frenzy has well and truly begun – as your bruises will testify if you were brave (or daft) enough to venture to Eldon Square last weekend.
A PASSION for naturally-reared, quality food and the desire to share that with others has led Jo Kemp to produce her own traditional beef and lamb.
ARTISTIC talent is proving big business for former student David Thompson who is about to take up a residency in New York.
Boost for British Christmas shoppers; Vodafone raises guidance for full-year revenues; British Airways flyers face price hike.
SCORES of people queued outside a Newcastle store last night for their chance to get one of the first iPhones to go on sale in the UK.
ANNA Wilkinson studied fine art printmaking at Central St Martins in London, gaining a first-class honours degree in 1992.
Oil prices up again; Citigroup boss could get £45m; Lewis Hamilton boosts Hornby; iPhone sparks store queues
SALES of Northumberland- produced heritage potatoes – including varieties dating back to the middle of the 19th Century – are expected to take off in the coming weeks as a result of a cookery programme on national television.
Aviva is a large and well-diversified business, both geographically and by business line.
A HOMEBUILDER is lending a helping hand to those wanting to step on to the property ladder before Christmas.
MORE restaurants have signed up to a Journal-backed campaign to raise money for homeless people in the North-East this year than ever before.
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APPLE saw its profits surge by 67% in the three months to the end of September, thanks to demand for its Macintosh computers and iPods.
London market enjoys rebound; Car dealer Inchcape sees sales accelerate; Founder of fruit and veg delivery group Abel & Cole set for multi-million pound windfall.
homemaker editor Karen Overbury visits a new community of luxury homes which is selling stunningly quickly.
Hannah Davies discovers how one ‘Little Woman’ built up a business empire against the odds of education, experience and gender.
BARBARA, 55, was born in Newcastle and now lives on North Tyneside.
A TEESSIDE stairlift company’s commitment to keeping manufacturing in the UK has seen it win a prestigious environment and sustainability award.
A man has had nearly £4,000 of valuable items stolen during an opportunist bag snatch in Wallsend.
PEOPLE hoping to take their first steps on the property ladder are getting a helping hand from one builder, offering buyers the chance to reserve their first home for the cost of an iPod.
WHEN you want style and sophistication the 90s supermodels did it the best, and are continuing too.
FIRST-time buyers can get a foot on the property ladder for the same price as an iPod.
Entertainment Editor GORDON BARR catches up with Erasure singer Andy Bell for an EXCLUSIVE interview
BEING in a turbulent relationship is never much fun but, if you happen to be a singer/songwriter, then at least your troubles could have an upside .
A host of new shows have been announced for Newcastle’s Journal Tyne Theatre.
SOME of the world’s biggest record labels including Universal and SonyBMG have begun selling music through a new download service, challenging Apple.
The boss of Darlington Building Society is a very busy man.
TODAY’S new homes often feature flexible layouts with extra rooms – such as garden rooms, studies, en suites or even an extra floor.
HOUSEBUILDER Barratt Newcastle is one of the foremost players in the regeneration of the North-East.