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CMP Products in Cramlington is among the six companies in the British Engines portfolio

North East engineering firm British Engines grows turnover by 12%

A year of restructuring at British Engines allows for significant investment in facilities, while 30 new apprentices join company's Apprenticeship+ scheme

Ryder Architecture follow up North East successes with new overseas opportunities

Ryder Architecture is the preferred bidder to design new police headquarters in Kowloon, Hong Kong
Firm was named as highest ranking architectural practice in the 2014 Sunday Times Top 100 Companies to Work For list

Stronger sales raises profit expectations at Greggs

A Greggs bakery shop updated
High street bakers Greggs said lower costs and better sales had improved trading since earlier this year

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CMP Products in Cramlington is among the six companies in the British Engines portfolio

North East engineering firm British Engines grows turnover by 12%

A year of restructuring at British Engines allows for significant investment in facilities, while 30 new apprentices join company's Apprenticeship+ scheme

Ryder Architecture is the preferred bidder to design new police headquarters in Kowloon, Hong Kong

Ryder Architecture follow up North East successes with new overseas opportunities

Firm was named as highest ranking architectural practice in the 2014 Sunday Times Top 100 Companies to Work For list

A Greggs bakery shop updated

Stronger sales raises profit expectations at Greggs

High street bakers Greggs said lower costs and better sales had improved trading since earlier this year

Work being carried out on a Launch and Recovery System at Subsea Innovation's new headquarters

Darlington's Subsea Innovation completes work on new headquartered thanks to Let's Grow Fund

The subsea equipment supplier has expanded into a new facility near its existing Faverdale Business Park base

Chris Armstrong from Hexham Mart selling Texels at the Kelso Ram Sales

New records set at Kelso Ram Sales

Organisers see 'encouraging signs' in sheep trade as records tumble at annual sale

Leigh Caven at her nursery in Longbenton

Nursery entrepreneurs secure future of Longbenton service

Paul and Leigh Caven will offer additional services after taking over nursery from Barnado's and safeguarding six jobs

A Phones 4u store

Staff at Phones 4u North East stores await fate of retailer

More than 150 jobs are at risk in the region as speculation mounts that rival Dixons Carphone might offer jobs to beleaguered staff

Immunodiagnostic Systems

Boldon's Immundiagnostic Systems say revenues will fall below current expectations

Unfavourable exchange rates and a low level of placements has hampered the firm, but it remains optimistic on progress of its five year strategic plan

East Coast train at Newcastle Central Station

Businesses urged to join the transport debate in the wake of Scottish referendum result

The Journal and The Gazette's upcoming Transport Links Breakfast, in association with East Coast, will follow the referendum result

BW Medical Accountants experts (Front row left to right ) Keith Taylor and David Elliot (Back row left to right) Kevin Walker, Peter Waller and Rachael Mackay

Gosforth medical accountancy company smashes first year client number targets

BW Medical Accountants Limited in Gosforth has tripled its first-year trading targets

Liz Mayes, new regional head of North East EEF

Manufacturers in the North East call on politicians to re-balance the economy

EEF makes pre-election call, saying the recovery has not reached all sectors of the economy

Stephen Slater of RMT, Natalia Blagburn of Rivers, who have supported REALsafe, and Andrew Richardson and Zoe Farrington of REALsafe technologies

North East business stars on national stage

North East entrepreneurs Zoe Farrington and David Carr go head-to-head at a national event

Paul Stonebanks, managing director of AIS Training

Business Interview: Paul Stonebanks, managing director, AIS Training

Paul Stonebanks discusses why AIS Training is going the extra mile with its customers

Charlie Maclaren of the National Beef Association

Pay attention and be prepared to help stock through winter, says NBA board member

Charlie Maclaren offers advice on everything from diet to spotting the effects of Mycotoxins

UK Land Estates start the next phase of its refurbishment programme at Tyne Tunnel Estate

Multi-million pound refurbishment of Tyne Tunnel Estate takes a new step forward

UK Land Estates is working on the next stage of their major revelopment of the Tyne Tunnel Estate

CLA North regional director Dorothy Fairburn

Moves afoot to tackle the scourge of fly-grazing in the region

Charities and countryside organisations discuss the problems caused by a growing practice and call for a change in the law to tackle it

Videx's Chillingham Industrial Estate premises

Security products specialist Videx eyes £9m turnover as it breaks into the biometrics market

The manufacturer which employs 42 people at its Newcastle base on Chillingham Industrial Estate has grown steadily over 30 years

Left to right, Lindsey Phillips, HP Managing Director UK Applications Delivery Centres, Adrian Hill, Director Highbridge Business Park Ltd, Norman Redfurn, North Tyneside Mayor and Aiden Baker, director, Newcastle office agency at BNP Paribas Real Estate

Global tech firm Hewlett Packard expands its base at Cobalt Business Park

Hewlett Packard begins its move at Cobalt this week - the firm's third expansion at the North Tyneside business park

Left to right, Paul Dunne the site manager and Ben Anstee, environment manager, at the Mainshill site

Banks Mining secures former surface mine maintenance contract

County Durham firm Banks Mining are aiding a programme to restore a former surface mine in South Lanarkshire

David Coppock

Event will help North East companies to export to key European markets

Experts from the Benelux companies will pass on advice and guidance at the event to be held at Durham Tees Valley Airport

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Lisa and Adrian Brunton

Tyneside joinery firm Hastie Burton aims to invest for the future

Graham Wylie outside the Speedflex offices in Newcastle

Businessman Graham Wylie heads out on acquisition trail

The Top 200, 2014

Countdown has begun for the annual North East Top 200

 

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