The writing talents of the finalists were on show respectively in The Soaking of Vera Shrimp, The GNR Million Opening Ceremony and Death at Dawn
Gateshead business Petards will design, manufacture and supply equipment for Ministry of Defence programme
The Team Valley technology business said its pre-tax profits for the full year will be in line with expectations, on lower than anticipated revenues.
National Audit Office says SMEs may not be receiving significant benefits from a commitment to pay suppliers within five days
Profit and turnover rose last year for Ship repair and marine engineering business, A&P Group Limited, despite challenging economic climate
Northumbria Police & Crime Commissioner Vera Baird says human rights laws do not favour bad people over good - they help ordinary people
Commons votes to back air strikes against terror group in Iraq following six-hour debate
After the murder of journalist James Foley, we ask what you think the UK's stance should be on Iraq and extremism in the UK
Labour's Jeremy Beecham has called the situation "shameful" and criticisms come as Rory Stewart MP stands down from Veterans Review
Corporal Richard Jobson was injured in Afghanistan in 2013 when a rebel opened fire in his Army base
North East workers were among a huge team to work on HMS Queen Elizabeth...and it officially floats
The Gateshead-based Petards Joyce-Loebl has been appointed to modify countermeasures equipment on aircraft
A coroner has criticised the Ministry of Defence for a series of failures over the deaths of two soldiers in Afghanistan
A coroner has criticised the Ministry of Defence for a series of failures over the deaths of two soldiers in Afghanistan.
A coroner has retired to consider his conclusions for the deaths of two British soldiers who died in a fire as they served in Afghanistan.
A moving re-dedication ceremony did North East WWI soldiers proud at a cemetery in Lidzbark Warminski
Two British soldiers died in a fire that engulfed their tent as they slept at Camp Bastion, an inquest has heard
The burgeoning aerospace market has bolstered profits by 11% at Teesside's Darchem Engineering
The family of a North East soldier shot dead at the notorious Deepcut barracks say they know his killer
A veteran's charity set up to build a £27 million retreat in Northumberland for severely injured soldiers has ended in fiasco