Business Supplements

Constructing Excellence

Business Supplement: Constructing Excellence

An 8-page report on the recent Constructing Excellence Awards 2015, the highlight of the year for the North East construction industry

Business Supplement: Manufacturers' League

Manufacturers League supplement
An excellent 20-page supplement reporting on the great strengths of the region's manufacturing sector, in partnership with EY

Business Supplement: North East Information Technology Report

A 12-page report showcasing the region's thriving reputation as centre of technology on a local, national and international level

Business Supplement: Funding for Growth

4-page supplement detailing what business funding is available to help companies grow

Business Supplement: Best Places To Work in the North East

There are many good reasons why it's great to live and work in the North East and we have some fantastic companies and organisations who offer excellent opportunities
North of England Energy, Marine and Offshore Report

Business Supplement: North of England Energy, Marine and Offshore Report

The Journal is pleased to present the March 2015 supplement covering the North of England's Energy, Marine and Offshore industry

Budget was a "purposeful ­foundation" laid down for the regeneration of the North Sea

Angela Upex
Despite the trials and tribulations of the wider offshore industry the subsea sector continues to plan for rapid growth

North East experts ask if falling energy prices could lead to a push-back against renewables?

Tekmar Energy CEO James Ritchie
North East experts examine if rising costs of fossil fuels and a slump in oil prices will curtail development of renewables?
Nissan's vice president for manufacturing in the UK, Kevin Fitzpatrick, and Paul Blanchard, manufacturing director at Komatsu UK, with Nissan and Komatsu vehicles

Japanese giants Komatsu and Nissan to work together on NEAA project

The firms will share tips as one of the first link-ups organised by the new North East Automotive Alliance (NEAA)

County Durham training firm launches rail apprentices division

Tony Hobbs, founder of Baltic Training Services
The County Durham initiative hopes to benefit from billions promised to improve rail infrastructure in the coming years

Expanding Sunderland business Lasercutouts targets new jobs

Councillor Harry Trueman, deputy leader, Sunderland City Council and Paul Stott, owner of Lasercutouts
Lasercutouts' new base in Crowther Industrial Estate give it space to prepare for the Christmas rush – which starts in June.

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Thinking Digital organisers plan expansion, beginning with new Manchester conference

Thinking Digital move should help raise popular event's profile, making it easier to bring high calibre speakers to the North East

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The business is investigating its cancer drug's safety and effectiveness in liver and pancreatic cancers - as a solo or combination treatment

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Organiser Herb Kim at the Thinking Digital conference at the Sage in Gateshead
Renowed Thinking Digital event is reaching out to more people than ever, showing the importance of tech across all sectors
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Supermarket giant Tesco reports £6.4bn annual loss following disastrous year

The full-year loss is believed to be one of the largest in UK corporate history, and includes a £3.8bn write-down after a review of its portfolio.

Vaulkhard Group Ltd formed as brothers merge leisure businesses to drive expansion plans

Brothers and business partners, Oliver and Harry Vaulkhard (left and right) and Sintons Partner Christopher Welch (middle)
Vaulkhard Group owns a number of pubs and bars on Tyneside and Northumberland, as well as having a property portfolio

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James Barker and Mary Berry at the opening of Barker and Stonehouse's Stockton store
New shop is return to its roots for Barker and Stonehouse, which started in Stockton in 1946

Videos & Photos

Andrew Rimmer with the Northumberland County Show 2015 Dairy Champion, Haresfoot Napier Bella

Exceptional sheep and cattle entries at the Northumberland County Show 2015

Northumberland County Show 2015: Thousands flock to Bywell Hall for annual event

Newcastle Central Station

Newcastle Central Station regeneration triggers further investment into city centre

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