Richard Sice explains how his company is helping others overcome the barriers to international trade
Journal columnist Tom Gutteridge enjoys a very British moment of kindness on the Tube
Geoff Wonfor, director of The Beatles Anthology, to share his memories at Whitley Bay Film Festival
One of the UK’s largest providers of affordable housing has outlined plans to build new homes on the site of former TV studios
TELEVISION and film director Gavin Taylor, who worked with some of the greatest stars in music, has died at the age of 72.
THE Festival of the North East will embrace the broadest span of moods and emotions this weekend, as David Whetstone reports.
THIS week grumpy old manager Martin O’Neill was bemoaning another aspect of the modern game, the fashion for multi-coloured, wafer-thin football boots.
LIKE the incoming waves that erase footprints from a beach, many an adopted English name conceals the tragic turmoil of the 20th Century.
LEGEND has it that Ginger, formerly of South Shields and once of The Quireboys, gambled his future on the strength of a bottle of Jack Daniels.
“WHERE have you just played?” I ask drummer Rick Buckler when From The Jam’s tour bus pulls over so he can do a phone interview.
MUSIC producer Geoff Wonfor and former Lindisfarne drummer Ray Laidlaw are friends whose work has brought them in touch with some of the best musicians of the time.
1957 Born Belfast, Northern Ireland.
The head of architects Dewjoc in Newcastle has seen a lot of change in the city since first arriving 32 years ago.
IT’S said that if you remember the 60s, you weren’t there.
TIM Garland still has a home in London – half a house in Wembley, is how he puts it – but you get the distinct impression he is sinking a few roots in the North-East.
THERE was a real ale festival down south recently which featured North-East beers.
IT HAS always been difficult for architects, engineers and project managers to predict each stage of the construction of new homes or offices.
THE recent resurgence of interest in the Proclaimers just goes to show that you can’t keep a good band down.
WHEN the pound coin was introduced on April 21, 1983, it quickly gained the sobriquet, “a Maggie”.
THE UK’s biggest construction company, Balfour Beatty has unveiled forecast-beating profits and a record order book worth more than £10bn.