Tesco supermarket is being squeezed by discount retailers but its crisis is being felt firmly in the North East
Lucy Wright and best friend Anna Mackenzie launched their own muesli brand Cuckoo and sold their first pot in Selfridges
A childhood dream has come true for one Sunderland businesswoman after a lot of blood, sweat and tears
New data shows a surprising result in Newcastle of who is winning the battle for your weekly shop
Asda is to cut around 200 jobs as it forges a new five-year plan to tackle increasing competition from rival supermarkets and discounting giants
Asda, Sainsbury's and Morrisons, as well as Marks & Spencer, Waitrose and the Co-operative, will collectively release regular updates on the amount of food thrown out by stores from early next year
Aldi and Lidl dramatically increased their market share over the Christmas period as £1 in every £14 in grocery spending went to the discount retailers
Tom Gutteridge finds out the hard way how new technology can baffle those in their senior years
The Newcastle branch of supermarket Waitrose has raised hundreds of pounds for the Bubble Foundation thanks to its Community Matters programme
STEVEN Taylor says he is all too aware of the effect that losing to Sunderland will have on his hometown.
IT is not often a stern expression crosses Andy Woodman’s face, but when the conversation turns to his experience of the “big derby” he adopts a deathly serious tone.
KAREN WILSON and HANNAH DAVIES speak to some of the My Place people we’ve interviewed over the past year to discover what they’re doing for “My Christmas”.
BALLOT papers are today being sent to over 1,000 firms in Newcastle city centre to see if they want to create the region’s first Business Improvement District.
WE’LL buy more Australian wine this Christmas than that of any other country.
BACK to British, back to breeding, back to making money, is the theme of the British Cattle Conference from January 21 to January 23, at Hawkestone Park, near Shrewsbury.
THE FTSE 100 index ended the day in negative territory on Tuesday, falling by 28.5 points to close at 6536.9.
SOME people make plans for Christmas with almost military precision. Little is left to chance.
ONE OF the biggest events in the dairy farming calendar takes place next month.
SOMETHING fishy is going on at North Shields as a regional seafood training centre moves to new premises.
FOOD produced in the North- East is set to move from a niche marketing opportunity to the mainstream of weekly shopping as major supermarkets embrace it with real commitment, industry experts said this week.