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Berghaus

Triple win for outdoor clothing specialists Berghaus

It's trebles all round after Sunderland-based Berghaus triumphed at the Oscars of the outdoor sector

Unipart Automotive enters administration with 1,200 jobs lost

Unipart is to be broken up
Company has 33 sites nationwide including one at Stockton as KPMG called in as administrators

Jobs lost as Tyneside Autobuy call in administrators

Tyneside Autoparc is operated by Tyneside Autobuy who have gone into administration
Nearly 50 jobs have been lost after the collapse of the North East's largest used car supermarket Tyneside Autobuy

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Berghaus

Triple win for outdoor clothing specialists Berghaus

It's trebles all round after Sunderland-based Berghaus triumphed at the Oscars of the outdoor sector

Unipart is to be broken up

Unipart Automotive enters administration with 1,200 jobs lost

Company has 33 sites nationwide including one at Stockton as KPMG called in as administrators

Tyneside Autoparc is operated by Tyneside Autobuy who have gone into administration

Jobs lost as Tyneside Autobuy call in administrators

Nearly 50 jobs have been lost after the collapse of the North East's largest used car supermarket Tyneside Autobuy

Banknote printer De La Rue have appointed a new chairman

Second half trading will be crucial to De La Rue performance

Gateshead-based commercial bank note printer expects to see "satisfactory" results boosted in the second half of the 2014/15 period

Robert Forrester, Chief Exec of Vertu Motors

Vertu Motors on track for further growth

Improved market conditions have helped motor dealer Vertu Motors boost revenues and profit during recent months

Artist's impression of the planned conference centre at Gateshead

Blow to plans for Gateshead convention centre after it loses out on funding

Newcastle Gateshead Initiative refuses to give up on ambition for £30m centre

Port Clarence Biomass

Jobs created as Tees biomass power plant given go-ahead

Developers have secured approval for a 49MW wood-burning power plant on the banks of the Tees which will create 20 jobs

Home Group

Gosforth-based Home Group awarded £42m to build new houses

Almost 800 new homes are set to be built in the North East as part of multi-million pound plans involving Home Group

Gaynor Scandle

Northumberland County Show secretary Gaynor Scandle is to step down

After nine years, thousands of exhibitors and hundreds of thousands of visitors, Gaynor Scandle is leaving the North's premier agricultural event

JD Sports own the building next HMV

JD Sports to turn former HMV store on Northumberland Street into gym

A popular Northumberland Street store is poised to be turned into a shop and high-tech gym

Eternal open the HMV Newcastle in 1996

HMV in Newcastle: Forty years of music and memories

The music retailer has a long history in Newcastle. Here's where they were then, with a few interesting facts along the way

First floor of the new Central Station pub

Welcome to Newcastle: Central Station pub plans receive go-ahead from council

New £600,000 pub and restaurant to be created by Breeze Ventures who own Newcastle's Pacific House

Guy Berruyer Chief Exec of Sage Group updated

Sage remains on track to hit growth targets

In an interim management statement, the Newcastle headquartered company reported revenue increased by 4.7% over the first nine months of the year

The HMRC complex in Longbenton

North East businesses warned of major changes to tax planning

10,000 business could face unexpected demands from HMRC as tax planning to get Royal Assent

An oil rig in the North Sea

Tax regime stability needed to secure future of North Sea oil and gas industry

Stability in the tax regime and measures to encourage further exploration are needed to secure the long-term future of the North Sea oil and gas industry, and it appears the politicians may be listening. Peter McCusker reports

David Van der Velde and Adam Hill from Consult and Design

Open source evangelists host North East's first DrupalCamp conference

Businesses working in web development are invited to Sunderland Software Centre to learn more about how they could benefit from using Drupal

Adrian Dye, Ron Wood, Rob Mullen, Fiona Lutz, Chris Holmes and Michael Smith

New North business Break90 aims to revolutionise golf market

Rob Mullen has already employed four people at Break90, formed following financial backing from two former colleagues

Samples of Coca-Cola’s glacéau smartwater were available at the Invest in North East stand at Made in the UK

Morpeth bottled water brand highlighted as manufacturing success story

Coca-Cola smartwater, being manufactured in Northumberland, has been featured at a national business exhibition

Atom Bank chairman Anthony Thomson

NRG to handle Atom bank's recruitment

Newcastle-based recruitment agency will be seeking to fill hundreds of vacancies in Durham-based digital bank

Newcastle International Airport

New flights, facilities and larger aircraft boost passenger numbers at Newcastle Airport

New facilities, new services and the frequency of those services, as well as the introduction of larger aircraft at Newcastle International Airport, helped to drive up the number of passengers by 1.4% in 2013

Videos & Photos

Stills taken from Newcastle In Motion by Jack Fisher

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

HMS Illustrious sails into her home port of Portsmouth for the final time - Andrew Matthews/PA Wire

Swan Hunter built HMS Illustrious sails home for the final time

Artists impression of the Hitachi Newton Aycliffe facility

Watch how Newcastle firm use drone technology to showcase Hitachi construction

 

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