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Andrew Kitching of Northwoods

Forestry and Firewood Fair returns to Northumberland

Industry event at Meldon Park Estate will cover everything from woodland management to the Government's Renewable Heat Incentive

TEDCO Business Support's first year - and the people who were set on their new career paths

John Davies with Emma Mitchell, business advisor at TEDCO who provided support to John in setting up his business
Around 1,000 jobs have been created in TEDCO Business Support's first year - and here's some of the firms to benefit

Commercial Property Focus: Project Management

Director of Bradley Hall, Neil Hart
Newcastle-based Bradley Hall and GVA give us their take on the importance of project management

Deadline approaches for dairy producer training programme

Natalie Parker of Newton Rigg College
Newton Rigg College is working in conjunction with industry bodies to run the Entrepreneurs in Dairying initiative

Road and rail connectivity, port capacity and air links will all be on the agenda for a special debate

The Transport Links Breakfast takes place on Thursday September 25 at Ramside Hall Hotel, Co Durham
Panellists include top business leaders and politicians\n

Business Interviews

Prof John Burn, professor of clinical genetics at Newcastle University, he works in the Institute of Human Genetics at the Centre for Life

Geneius Laboratories expands into Northumberland

A Newcastle University spin-out has expanded into a new Cramlington base

Deadline approaches for dairy producer training programme

Natalie Parker of Newton Rigg College
Newton Rigg College is working in conjunction with industry bodies to run the Entrepreneurs in Dairying initiative

TEDCO Business Support's first year - and the people who were set on their new career paths

John Davies with Emma Mitchell, business advisor at TEDCO who provided support to John in setting up his business
Around 1,000 jobs have been created in TEDCO Business Support's first year - and here's some of the firms to benefit
Director of Bradley Hall, Neil Hart

Commercial Property Focus: Project Management

Newcastle-based Bradley Hall and GVA give us their take on the importance of project management

Deals put Sunderland on the North East map for retail and leisure

The Wilkinsons store on Fawcett Street in Sunderland
A hat trick of deals has confirmed a resurgence of activity on Wearside, with investors showing keen interest in the city’s retail and leisure sectors

Kevan Carrick: Let's not repeat mistakes of the past 30 years

Kevan Carrick
A couple of weeks ago my column focused on the crisis in housing and the need to build more houses more quickly – the tricky bit is how to go about doing that!
Natalie Parker of Newton Rigg College

Deadline approaches for dairy producer training programme

Newton Rigg College is working in conjunction with industry bodies to run the Entrepreneurs in Dairying initiative

New Defra Secretary Liz Truss to speak at Hexham Auction Mart

Liz Truss
Northern Farming Conference to hear plans for supporting farming industry, after latest CAP negotiations

North East farmers advised on extra checks to cut risk of TB

Conservative MP and Farming Minister George Eustice
Risk-based trading (RBT) will help prevent spread of disease, says Farming Minister George Eustice
GoodBrews owners Anthony Dickson and Samantha Smallwood and Nexus Operations Manager John Souter

Good Brews! Young bus driver turned coffee shop entrepreneur starts up in Gateshead

A former bus driver and his girlfriend have launched a coffee shop at Gateshead Interchange

Former professional footballer creates franchise opportunity

Former Newcastle United and Middlesbrough centre-half, Anthony (Anth) Cole who has set up a new business
One-time Toon star Anthony Cole aims to create the football stars of the future through his business

How Newcastle University graduate is making a business from hyperlapse film technology

Stills taken from Newcastle In Motion by Jack Fisher
22-year-old Jack Fisher who wowed the city with a video of iconic Tyneside sites discusses how his business is growing rapidly

Videos & Photos

Middlesbrough sports village

Tennis World to stay on current site as new £18m Middlesbrough sports village images unveiled

Twilight at a rig in the Cooper Basin, Australia. Sent in by Robert Elliott

Oil rig selfies: Behind the scenes of oil rig worker life

Feature on Greggs who make pasties, sausage rolls and sandwiches

We're on a roll: How North East bakery giant Greggs lifted sales and profits

 

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