Blyth

Craig Brown, business development manager at Tharsus, alongside Ruth Hickman and Anton Mirasfari

Appointments: Tharsus Engineering targets new markets after sales team expansion

Blyth-based fabricator Tharsus Engineering has expanded its specialist sales team to support the company’s ambitious growth plans

Stage production of Oscar Wilde's The Picture of Dorian Gray comes to Hexham, Alnwick and Blyth

European Arts' production of Oscar Wilde's The Picture of Dorian Gray is coming to Hexham, Alnwick and Blyth
European Arts are bringing a top cast including Downton Abbey's Guy Warren-Thomas and Eastenders' Basil Hallward to the North East

Port of Blyth crane manoeuvre marks latest in Enterprise Zone development

The 100 tonne mobile port crane at Port of Blyth's Wimbourne quay
A 100-tonne lift capacity crane was moved across the River Blyth as part of plans to develop the Port for offshore companies

Photographic project captures the North East rich tapestry of talent

Kate Adie, Kathryn Tickell, Thomas Allen and Jonathan Ruffer have all been captured for Portraits from the North East

Extras hoping for a part in ITV's Beowulf epic

Roly Lee, from Craster, who is hoping to land an extra's role in Beowulf
The stars of the 13-hour Beowulf epic have been named but who will provide the faces in the Anglo Saxon crowds?
Children at school raising their hands

Journal opinion: A bad report - but a good response

The Journal's opinion column for Saturday, February 14, in which we say poor Ofsted reports are not yet a cause for crisis in Northumberland

Jonathan Arnott: Too many MPs don't know what it's like to live on the minimum wage

UKIP candidate Jonathan Arnott
Ukip North East MEP Jonathan Arnott says his party is making progress at the expense of Labour because they can better connect with real people

Coun Peter Jackson's appointment deferred as MP joins row

Councillor Peter Jackson
Coun Peter Jackson's appointment to a working group has been deferred amid criticism from Ronnie Campbell
Craig Brown, business development manager at Tharsus, alongside Ruth Hickman and Anton Mirasfari

Appointments: Tharsus Engineering targets new markets after sales team expansion

Blyth-based fabricator Tharsus Engineering has expanded its specialist sales team to support the company’s ambitious growth plans

Port of Blyth crane manoeuvre marks latest in Enterprise Zone development

The 100 tonne mobile port crane at Port of Blyth's Wimbourne quay
A 100-tonne lift capacity crane was moved across the River Blyth as part of plans to develop the Port for offshore companies

Homes 'with no bills' pioneered by Newcastle architects Space Group

Rob Charlton, chief executive of Space Group architects based in Newcastle
Space Group and Arch Homes have unveiled a ground-breaking development of four homes in Blyth, Northumberland

About Blyth

Blyth is a town in Northumberland which relied on coal-mining, shipbuilding and fishing. Now it is a successful port, shipping paper and pulp from Scandinavia to newspaper industries in the UK, as well as being home to renewable energy sources. During both World Wars, its shipyards built ships for the Royal Navy including HMS Ark Royal in 1914.

Videos & Photos

The Gazette and Journal North East Business awards final 2015 at Hardwick Hall Co Durham. Winners Andrew Tomlinson and James Buckle from Andrew James online retail

North East Business Awards: Durham's Andrew James named company of the year

Skydancer Hen Harrier

Northumberland film makers take up cause of threatened bird of prey

Pat Reed with son Paul at Thirston House in Northumberland

Property gallery: Northumberland family home serves up a slice of history

 

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