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The Lincoln Red Cattle Society will be making its first appearance at Borderway Agri-Expo. Pictured is Beverley Noble - led by Martin Clough

Borderway Agri Expo prepares for bumper livestock showcase

Eighth year of autumn livestock event set to be biggest yet, with more than 12,000 visitors expected

Main contractor named for Teesside flagship regeneration project

Artist impression of part of the proposed Western Gateway
Developer Terrace Hill is working with Barr Construction again - and Gateway Middlehaven will open next year

Who ate all the pies? We find the Greggs capital of Britain

Greggs on Neville Street, Newcastle City Centre
Geordies and city bankers like Greggs, according to official figures

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The Lincoln Red Cattle Society will be making its first appearance at Borderway Agri-Expo. Pictured is Beverley Noble - led by Martin Clough

Borderway Agri Expo prepares for bumper livestock showcase

Eighth year of autumn livestock event set to be biggest yet, with more than 12,000 visitors expected

Artist impression of part of the proposed Western Gateway

Main contractor named for Teesside flagship regeneration project

Developer Terrace Hill is working with Barr Construction again - and Gateway Middlehaven will open next year

Greggs on Neville Street, Newcastle City Centre

Who ate all the pies? We find the Greggs capital of Britain

Geordies and city bankers like Greggs, according to official figures

Rivers Capital partners launch of their Middlesbrough Office in Royal Middlehaven House. Left to right, Jonathan Gold, Peter Hiscocks and Dr John White

Newcastle business fund manager Rivers Capital opens Middlesbrough office

Newcastle business fund manager Rivers Capital is now aiming to help more Teesside firms to grow

Chief executive of music development agency Generator, Jim Mawdsley

Music industry heavyweights head to North East for Music Futures conference

The line-up for the fourth Music Futures conference being held at the Baltic gallery in Gateshead has been announced

Stephen McCoy, Councillor Allan Hepple, Keith Loraine and Michael Farr

£5m Alnwick housing scheme gets underway

The groundbreaking ceremony in Alnwick represents the start of construction of 58 new homes

Paul Watts and Julie Price of the AMA Group in Peterlee

AMA Group eye second manufacturing facility

A director at the clothing manufacturer believes the "sky in the limit".

60 jobs created as Port of Blyth and IHC Engineering Business reveal multi-million pound offshore construction project

The two Northumberland businesses have joined forces to supply international oilfield engineers, Petrofac

Oktober Fest Durham in Newton Aycliffe

Nifco director's call to manufacturers at Durham Oktoberfest

Nifco UK's managing director says government money through the Employer Ownership Fund is going untouched

Norman Peterson (left) and Craig Peterson

Growth Capital Ventures smashes crowdfunding target

The market leading crowdfunding venture smashed its target and closed at £235,000

The North East Blogger Awards

Top internet engagers crowned at North East Blogger Awards

The best of the region's bloggers have been recognised at the inaugural North East Blogger Awards

Jay Rayner

Writer Jay Rayner says we should help British farmers by paying more for food

Author Jay Rayner tells MPs of that consumers need to pay more for food to protect British farming

Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg

Nick Clegg launches TechNorth hub to champion North East technology expertise on the world stage

Newcastle, Sunderland and Tees Valley will join northern neighbours under the hub which has been launched as part of Northern Futures

NOF Energy is on course to attract even more delegates to the conference than last year, when more than 400 attended

Leading contractors sign up for Energy: A Balanced Future conference

There are five months to go but the NOF Energy conference at Sage Newcastle is already drawing in big names

Left to right: Wendy McEvoy, Siobhan Weatherstone, Katrina McEvoy, Suzi Robinson

Newcastle firm's 'Attenborough documentaries' help understanding of child development

Newcastle-based Siren Films has been producing child development films for the last 20 years

CPI & TATA open £5 million research centre at the Teesside Technology Centre, Grangetown

DNA of North East business landscape revealed in new data anaylsis

New analysis of Companies House data reveals some surprising traits of the North East business community

The 60 tonne generator packed for shipment by Johnson Partners

Johnson Partners aims for more big business

The Teesside firm has taken on more than 100 new clients in the last three years - and the list is growing

Mary Glindon MP

Tyneside MP warns councils that late payment will begin to cost them

Mary Glindon's intervention comes as The Journal tries to get firms to act more ethically in the way they pay suppliers

North East LEP chair Paul Woolston

North East LEP plans to work with Scotland to boost North East economy

North East local enterprise partnership exploring joint projects with counterparts north of the border

Tata Steel, Europe's second largest steel maker, has teamed up with JCB Landpower to create the company's most productive tractor yet, the JCB Fastrac

Rural groups welcome moves to lift limits on tractors

Speed and weight limits on tractors will be lifted from next Spring

Videos & Photos

The new Tune Hotel on Newcastle's Quayside

Popular Tune Hotel sounds call for second hotel in Newcastle

Journal and Gazette Top 200 Business Breakfast Awards Stadium of Light updated

Region celebrates business high fliers at Top 200 breakfast

Ally Hunter Blair of Channel 4's First Time Farmers is among those involved in the NFU's latest video

Video highlights farmers' work to protect the environment

 

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