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Construction Business News - Steve Robertson took over Walker based Chieftain Fabrications in 2017 where he had spent the previous 27 years rising through the ranks to Workshop Manager. The firm covers a wide variety of engineering services from pipework fabrications to nuclear ductwork and power station parts to offshore engineering. The firm has also recently expanded into new premises with facilities for segregating areas for dealing with carbon steel and stainless steel which needs a pristine environment.


Fabrication Firm Saves Apprentice's Career

Education Business News - Vikki Bolam who runs Tynemouth based Red Zebra Consulting spent three decades working abroad as a senior executive and management consultant advising Japanese firms with multibillion-dollar turnovers.


HappyTap Washes Away Play Time Queues

Property Business News - A North East land and property consultancy has opened a new office in the city of Durham to support its continued growth and market dominance in the region. In the latest expansion for George F.


Leading property group opens new Durham office

Education Business News - A secondary school football team from Peterlee in County Durham has been crowned national cup champions in The English Schools Football Association ESFA final for the U12 PlayStation Elite Schools Cup.


Durham secondary school wins prestigious national cup final

Energy Business News - A leading UK business energy services company based in the North East has invested in larger premises to scale up for further growth, creating dozens of new jobs. The energy comparison service Troo has relocated from Newcastle to a 10,000 sq ft unit at Sunderland s Doxford International Business Park.


Troo relocates to manage growth in customer demand

Health Business News - Research from an independent champion for people who use health and social care services has made a series of recommendations to improve children and young people s mental health services. One recommendation, in particular, encourages the promotion of self-referral into these services.


Mental Health Support For Young People

Health Business News - The latest addition to the family is proving popular in the worldwide fight against COVID-19. Richard Johnston and Steve Redpath are directors of EC Groundworks and along with David Dougal are designers of the new SOS Stations.


SOS Stands Out In War Against COVID

Property Business News - Although asbestos can severely damage our lungs if inhaled, it was a common substance used between the 1950s 80s due to the many structural advantages it gave. These include its excellent tensile strength, resistance to chemical attacks, and its inability to conduct heat.


Tackling Asbestos The 3 Most Common Hazards

Construction Business News - Supply chains have been mapped for forever, but now technology is being increasingly involved in network mapping. Supply chains are evolving due to factors around them which might be political, economic, production-based, or, as seen this year, because of a pandemic.


Supply Network Mapping More Important than Ever

Sport Business News - A secondary school football team from Peterlee in County Durham is on the hunt for glory at a national cup final next week. Competing in The English Schools Football Association ESFA final for the U12 PlayStation Elite Schools Cup, St Bede s Catholic Comprehensive School is hoping to be crowned national cup champions.


 Durham secondary school reaches ESFA national cup final








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Education Business News - A primary school in Jarrow is encouraging the local community to cycle more, in an effort to improve health and wellbeing.


 South Tyneside primary school urges people to get on their bike

Education Business News - Owners and managers of South Tyneside-based SMEs are once again being invited to take up the offer of a free one-to-one advice session dedicated to helping businesses navigate recovery, plan growth or look at new opportunities through investment.


South Tyneside owners urged to take up business support offer

Arts Business News - A new mystery thriller set in the 1920s links the murder of a famous artist to a number of locations in Newcastle and Northumberland.


A Gallery for Murder for Poppy

Property Business News - A North East land and property consultancy has opened a new office in the city of Durham to support its continued growth and market dominance in the region. In the latest expansion for George F.


Leading property group opens new Durham office

Energy Business News - A leading UK business energy services company based in the North East has invested in larger premises to scale up for further growth, creating dozens of new jobs. The energy comparison service Troo has relocated from Newcastle to a 10,000 sq ft unit at Sunderland s Doxford International Business Park.


Troo relocates to manage growth in customer demand

Travel Business News - Slowly but surely the world is waking up from the coronavirus pandemic. We re all getting used to wearing masks, using hand sanitiser, and ensuring we re at least one metre away from people we re not familiar with. One industry that is hoping the new normal breathes life back into their livelihoods is the world of travel.


The Future of Holidays Do We Need To Go Back To Normal?

Education Business News - Essity has worked closely with the North East LEP, who advised local schools of the deadline extension and helped the company to target potential applicants during lockdown. Interest in apprentice places was high this year after the mill became the first manufacturer in Northumberland to win a prestigious Princess Royal Training Award for its apprentice programme.


North East tissue manufacturer appoints 15 apprentices after deadline extension

Education Business News - A secondary school football team from Peterlee in County Durham has been crowned national cup champions in The English Schools Football Association ESFA final for the U12 PlayStation Elite Schools Cup. St Bede s Catholic Comprehensive School was up against Whitgift School from Croydon, playing at the Lilleshall National Sports Centre in Shropshire.


Durham secondary school wins prestigious national cup final

Education Business News - Supported by the Department for Business, Energy amp Industrial Strategy, the Small Business Leadership Programme SBLP is a free, 10-week training programme for senior leaders in SMEs.


Programme to boost SME recovery kicks off

Construction Business News - Steve Robertson took over Walker based Chieftain Fabrications in 2017 where he had spent the previous 27 years rising through the ranks to Workshop Manager. The firm covers a wide variety of engineering services from pipework fabrications to nuclear ductwork and power station parts to offshore engineering.


Fabrication Firm Saves Apprentice's Career

Education Business News - Vikki Bolam who runs Tynemouth based Red Zebra Consulting spent three decades working abroad as a senior executive and management consultant advising Japanese firms with multibillion-dollar turnovers. One of her roles focused on creating the corporate brand for a newly created multibillion-dollar Japanese company which was a market leader in sanitary ware.


HappyTap Washes Away Play Time Queues

Environment Business News - Pupils were tasked with finding something that they no longer used and upcycle it into something they would be more likely to use. The winners of the competition were Amy Willis, 15, and Megan Broadhead, 15, who upcycled pallets making a bench for colleagues at Amy s dad s company, First Choice Labels.


Yarm School pupils upcycling fun

Technology Business News - Newcastle-based technology company, Ocucon is seeing impressive growth with their real time occupancy management solution, Occupi after an influx of new client wins over the past 2 months.


North East Technology Firm Continues to Aid Retailers In Social Distancing Times

Charity Business News - Couples across the North East are invited to raise funds for local autism charity, Daisy Chain, to be in with a chance of winning their dream wedding. The whole wedding package, with a value of thousands of pounds, has been provided by local businesses and will be hosted at Hardwick Hall Hotel.


Win your dream wedding with Teesside autism charity

Sport Business News - A secondary school football team from Peterlee in County Durham is on the hunt for glory at a national cup final next week. Competing in The English Schools Football Association ESFA final for the U12 PlayStation Elite Schools Cup, St Bede s Catholic Comprehensive School is hoping to be crowned national cup champions.


 Durham secondary school reaches ESFA national cup final

Leisure Business News - It has been estimated that half the UK s workforce is likely to work primarily from home over the coming months. Many employees however would prefer to be back in the workplace but are unable to do so for a variety of reasons, particularly social distancing restrictions.


Darlington Hotel launches work from here package

Health Business News - The latest addition to the family is proving popular in the worldwide fight against COVID-19. Richard Johnston and Steve Redpath are directors of EC Groundworks and along with David Dougal are designers of the new SOS Stations.


SOS Stands Out In War Against COVID

Education Business News - A budding bistro owner is reaping the benefits of investing in young, local talent as her Newcastle-based cafes go from strength to strength.


North East entrepreneur invests in local talent to drive growth

Construction Business News - Newcastle engineering specialists RWO has appointed a new director to oversee the development and expansion of its structural engineering operations.


New director for growing North East engineers RWO

Charity Business News - People from across the region pulled on their walking boots and set off on a walk with their four-legged friends, raising nearly 6,000 for a North East friendship dog charity. Wag and Company, that works to combat loneliness for older dog lovers, has been hit hard by pandemic restrictions which have been in place for over six months.


Almost £6,000 raised in Walk for Wag Anywhere Fundraiser