When it comes to regeneration, the North East has had its fair share of major projects, from the familiar landmarks on the banks of the Tyne to the ambitious Middlehaven scheme in Teesside
I wrote in this column last week that the scourge of unemployment was perhaps the greatest evil of any period of recession and that we needed to do more to mitigate its impact, particularly among the young
There's been a welcome glut of good news about the
economy recently, but one negative statistic remains stubbornly too high
Yesterday was, as this newspaper's correspondent called it on Twitter, "a historic day for North East fans of local government"
A PIONEERING energy plant on Teesside yesterday became the first in Britain to be handed funding from the Government’s new green energy bank.
A NEWCASTLE-BORN single mum who emigrated to Hong Kong where she set up her own law firm has seen it clinch two prestigious awards.
It is the night when the North East business community comes together to celebrate the achievements of those individuals who make our companies tick
THE man who turned around the fortunes of what is now one of the North East’s most successful engineering businesses was named The Journal’s business executive of the year last night.
AN offshore wind business is celebrating after its environmental and health management systems were accredited to two international industry benchmarks.
INVESTMENT manager Brewin Dolphin will celebrate its 250th anniversary in style at the Sage Gateshead tonight – as it continues to expand in the North East.