Around 22,000 regional businesses are only paying the interest on their debts, an issue which is often a key trait of ‘zombie' businesses. That's the...
The ScaleUp Institute visited the North East on the 5th and 6th December, spending two days working with the North East Local Enterprise Partnership (North...
Professor Robert Winston to deliver scientific masterclass at Yarm School’s Princess Alexandra Auditorium
Decorated medical professor, Lord Robert Winston, is to deliver a scientific masterclass when he visits Yarm School’s Princess Alexandra Auditorium. The life peer, who sits...
A FREE business event is being held in Middlesbrough to help small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) access expert support through short, one-to-one sessions. Hosted by...
The head of one of the world’s most advanced labs researching neurological disorders will deliver a lecture at the University of Sunderland, where his own career began 20 year ago.
North East businesses have to maximise on the export opportunities presented by the low value of the pound in the current economic climate, according to a leading Lloyds Bank economist.
A LEADING NORTH EAST venue is celebrating after helping steer a major conference to record success.
A Middlesbrough man who faced being homeless has happily moved into his new home thanks to a chance encounter at a Thirteen Group Gas Safety event.
THE Master Locksmiths Association (MLA) – the leading trade association for the locksmithing profession – has secured its biggest sponsorship deal to date, ahead of their anticipated 18th Expo in October 2017.
A COMPANY which scooped a significant contract on the back of an annual manufacturing event has urged other firms to get on board when it returns to the region later this year.
The Prime Minister congratulated swimmers Adam Peaty and Jazz Carlin who won gold and silver medals respectively at the Rio Olympic Games.
The launch of plans for the North East Festival of Transport
To celebrate Yorkshire day on the 1st August, Parklane Properties honour Leeds’ history, combining past and present day photos of iconic locations all over the city.
Six religious paintings believed to have once been destined for the New World but never delivered, have finally set off on their transatlantic journey 370 years late.
Joseph, Naphtali, Asher, Dan, Levi and Reuben, have hung alongside their father Jacob and six other brothers in Auckland Castle’s Long Dining Room for...
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