THERE is a treat in store for James Taylor fans when tribute duo Sweet Baby James perform a must-see retrospective at Middlesbrough Town Hall next month (November 7).Read More
Author: Dave Stopher
One of Wearside’s largest employers is continuing to promote a positive health and wellbeing message among its workforce.Read More
Intellectual Property Office challenges digital industries to create value from their ideas Regional businesses invited to attend free IP workshop
An event which demystifies intellectual property (IP) and illustrates the potential positive and negative impact it has on businesses, is coming to the region next week.Read More
YOUNG audiences are in for a treat when The Princess and the Pea comes to Middlesbrough Town Hall on Saturday, November 15.Read More
THE Mayor of Stockton is promising to make the Christmas wish of a secret Stockton embroiderer come true.
Earlier this week a beautiful embroidery was found hanging on the door of Stockton Town Hall asking whether Stockton will “get a proper tree this Christmas?”Read More
NORTHUMBRIA University, Newcastle is playing a central role in a four-week long international, virtual festival curated by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, which started on 20th October and runs through to 14th November 2014.Read More
A North East business fund manager is expanding its services across the region to enable more small, growing companies to access finance.Read More
An octogenarian community campaigner has led a roll-call of everyday heroes from across the North East at a gala presentation evening held in their honour in front of around 200 people at the Great North Museum .Read More
THERE’S free fun on two wheels in store for the whole family throughout half term week.
Middlesbrough Environment City’s One Planet Middlesbrough project and Bike Academy are running family Learn to Ride sessions to encourage families to get on their bikes.Read More
People are being urged to take extra care on the roads from this weekend as the number of accidents looks set to rise after the clocks go back. Road Safety GB North East warned there was usually an increase in the number of motorists and pedestrians hurt and killed in the two weeks following the start of the dark nights.Read More
LOCAL businesses are being urged to boost their green credentials, become more efficient and save...Read More
STUDENTS, academics, local business people, and representatives from the public and third sectors...Read More