The landmark building forms part of a wider scheme at Commissioners Quay being developed by Arch, the Northumberland development company
Jessica Thomas has set up a website specialising in importing US and Australian brands
New documentary focuses on the Hutchinsons, of Forest-in-Teesdale, as they attempt to breed the perfect flock of Swaledale sheep
The Fund, managed by enterprise agency NBSL, has been extended until June 2015
Project close to Newcastle University maintains features of 18th century townhouses
Businessman Barry Moat left Lugano; the Regent Centre was sold in a £296m deal and pharmaceuticals firm Aesica was acquired for £230m
It is refreshing to see that the partnership is pressing for faster action and to focus on the North East as a priority"
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Darren was appointed editor of the Chronicle in September 2011, following a six-year spell as editor of the Evening Gazette in Teesside.
He has held a number of senior roles on regional newspapers across England, Scotland and Wales over the last 15 years and is now editor-in-chief of Trinity Mirror North East.