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Businessman Barry Moat

Barry Moat steps down from position at property developer Lugano

Businessman Barry Moat has left Lugano and has been replaced by former chief executive of Tynedale Council, Richard Robson

Hargreaves Services sell Stockton-based Imperial Tankers Limited in £26.9m deal

Hargreaves Services
Stockton-headquartered Imperial Tankers Limited will become part of North West-based Suttons Transport Group

Gateshead security firm founder John Harvey returns amid major contract wins

John Harvey, chief executive of the Protector Group
The Protector Group is beefing up sales after providing security at a raft of big sporting events, including the Commonwealth Games

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Businessman Barry Moat

Barry Moat steps down from position at property developer Lugano

Businessman Barry Moat has left Lugano and has been replaced by former chief executive of Tynedale Council, Richard Robson

Hargreaves Services

Hargreaves Services sell Stockton-based Imperial Tankers Limited in £26.9m deal

Stockton-headquartered Imperial Tankers Limited will become part of North West-based Suttons Transport Group

John Harvey, chief executive of the Protector Group

Gateshead security firm founder John Harvey returns amid major contract wins

The Protector Group is beefing up sales after providing security at a raft of big sporting events, including the Commonwealth Games

Andy Tuscher, EEF director for the North East region

North East manufacturers speed ahead in 2014, EEF survey shows

The region's manufacturers are motoring ahead in 2014, the EEF's quarterly survey reveals

Tim Sedgewick

Durham-based rural surveyor warns farm sales can be far from straightforward

A surveyor from H&H Land and Property has warned that a wide range of factors need to be considered in the modern farm and land market

The North East Art Collective in Eldon Garden. Pictured are Catherine Howard (gallery manager) and John Thompson (owner)

North East enterprises feature in Small Business Saturday build up

Four small businesses from the region are being promoted as part of the national campaign Small Business Saturday

Trades Union Congress TUC General Secretary Frances O'Grady

TUC study finds company directors opting for cash instead of pension contributions

TUC analysis follows changes to pension rules by Chancellor George Osborne in last year's Budget

A rendering of the forthcoming Kuoni store at the MetroCentre

Kuoni luxury travel agents to open Metrocentre store creating six jobs

Luxury travel agents Kuoni  are doing away with brochure racks in their first North East store at the MetroCentre

Newcastle Central Station

Enterprise Rent-A-Car create four jobs at Newcastle Central Station branch

The global car hire firm Enterprise Rent-A-Car hope to target business travellers from its new Newcastle Central Station branch

Kevin Turnbull and Neville Takiar

Litigator who acted on Bloody Sunday inquiry joins Newcastle's TT Law

A lawyer who acted on the Bloody Sunday and Harold Shipman inquiries has joined Newcastle law firm TT Law

Arnab Basu, chief executive of Kromek

Jobs hopes follows technology firm Kromek's expansion announcement

Around 90 North East jobs are to be created by Durham-based x-ray scanner specialists Kromek

Iain Katz

Northumberland young entrepreneur grows swimming pool business

Iain Katz who runs 121 Waves Ltd has seen his business grow to capacity and will begin to offer lessons from a second site

Solar panels

Robotics firm aims to help farmers get the most out of solar power

Northumberland land agents link up with technology company in solar power project

An artist impression of the intended Arch development

Arch invests £1m in landmark development for Newbiggin

Newbiggin-by-the-Sea's revival continues with the unveiling of a new landmark development

The Hives Dave Crompton inside the newly created store on Gateshead High Street

Small businesses invited to take up retail space in Gateshead development

Retailers with big ideas can get their businesses underway in a new Gateshead shop venture

Mark Berry supporting the #JusticeforIain campaign, holding the image inspired by his daughter

Consett cooling firm PremiAir Comfort makes hay on back of Great British Bake Off

Should bakers have enlisted Consett's PremiAir to take the heat out of the Baked Alaska controversy?

Luke Tanner (right) and his team L-R Abigail, Claire, Lisa and Fran

Newcastle coffee shop Hip Cat Coffee might be the answer to Starbucks queues

Hip Cat Coffee on Newcastle’s Byker Bridge will sell only three types of brew to increase quality and decrease waiting times

Stephen Catchpole, managing director of Tees Valley Unlimited, which organised The Tees Valley Business Summit

Top North East infrastructure and business bosses gear up to debate regional transport

The Journal and The Gazette's Transport Links Breakfast on September 25 brings together a stellar panel of senior figures in the North East

De La Rue products

New chief executive joins banknote printer De La Rue from BAE Systems

Martin Sutherland is the new man at the top at Gateshead-based banknote printer De La Rue

Denise Bowser at Onyx Scientific

Sunderland-based Onyx Scientific in team-up with Cancer Research UK

Cancer Research is working with Wearside pharma firm Onyx Scientific to drive forward its drug developments

Videos & Photos

Luke Tanner (right) and his team L-R Abigail, Claire, Lisa and Fran

Newcastle coffee shop Hip Cat Coffee might be the answer to Starbucks queues

Workmen apply the finishing touches to Newcastles newest bar, Tiger Hornsby.

A first look at Newcastle Quayside's latest addition Tiger Hornsby

The Journal Top 200 supplement: How to advertise to the region's top decision-makers

 

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