Labour MP Dave Anderson says his party must beware of promoting individual self-interest above collective wellbeing
Newcastle-based Leazes Homes is addressing the issue of the skills gap as well as the importance of women in technical roles
Seven new faces have joined the accountancy firm across its business services, tax and not for profit teams
Seven new members of staff have been taken on at the not-for-profit CIC, including a new managing director
The regional bus operator will train youngsters before posting them to permanent jobs across the firm's depots
Plans also being drawn up for new scheme that will cater for those switching careers or returning to work
Cultivating young manufacturing talent is crucial to workforce development, says SCA training officer Ian Callender
Prime Minister makes pledge as Conservatives pin hopes of election victory on North marginals
Egger has invested almost £95m into its Hexham plant over the last five years and sales have soared by 61%
Our weekly round-up of professionals being recruited or promoted within the North East business community.
The deal will increase Gateshead-based Access' workforce to 35, and add new courses to its existing services
Four apprentices at Annitsford-based Naljets have been given full-time positions with the aircraft management services firm
The Conservative leader is in the North East on the campaign trail and says a vote for Labour will "cast a shadow over the region once more"
Les Walton, chair of the Northern Education Trust, outlines his wish-list for whoever is in charge of the country after May 7
In Newcastle alone, there are 20 apprentices with a commitment to raise this to 123 apprentices in the next five years
Journal columnist Kate Thick talks to retiring Berwick MP Sir Alan Beith on justice, the EU and who really deserves the credit for A1 dualling
The training and apprenticeships provider lost a key contract to deliver the Government's Work Programme in North East Yorkshire and Humber
Investment will allow Burnopfield company to increase capacity by more than 300% while taking on eight to ten new employees
Profound Services delivers eight-week programme that prepares 16-18 year olds for life in the construction sector
Car retailer Vertu Motors plc was among 48 companies listed as Business Minister Jo Swinson said there was 'no excuse'