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Arts Business News - Ella and Sir Whoopsalot is a new project from Tyneside-based actress, presenter, writer and producer Kim Tserkezie, whose media production company Scattered Pictures promotes inclusion showcasing emerging and diverse talent from the region. IMG s production arm has signed on to produce the show, which has also been awarded development funding from the Young Audiences Content Fund at the BFI.


The Search is on for a Young Disabled Actor for New TV Series

Finance Business News - After months of closed car showrooms and mass uncertainty hanging over the automotive industry, the first full month saw 175,000 new registrations across the UK an 11 rise year-on-year in July. While the figures are a much-needed boost for the new car market it was electric vehicles that shone.


July Car Sales Offer Hope and Electric Vehicles Star of the Show

Construction Business News - An innovative housing manufacturer is looking to invest in the North East creating a new manufacturing site and dozens of skilled jobs.


 CoreHaus to invest in North East manufacturing site

Technology Business News - A North East tech consultancy has adapted its business model during the pandemic to support SMEs and the new legion of home workers.


Tech company changes tack to offer flexible service for SMEs

Food Business News - When the manager of the Harbour View Fish and Chip Restaurant in Seaton Sluice heard that his neighbours at a residential housing scheme were desperately missing his award-winning meals, he decided to reward their patience and loyalty by giving them all a free lunch.


Harbour View Thanks Neighbours

Marketing Business News - Jennifer Clair Robson started her business, Jennifer Clair PR and copywriting more than three years ago and has built up an impressive PR portfolio ranging from IT companies to management specialists and everything in-between.


Eco Friendly PR Makes a Change

Health Business News - MDNA Life Sciences, the world s leading developer of cancer detection tests based on mitochondrial DNA, is making a COVID-19 virus testing service available from its Newcastle upon Tyne laboratory directly to commercial businesses and other organisations with immediate effect.


Leading cancer diagnostics company joins the fight against the coronavirus

Retail Business News - Simon Bailes Peugeot is pleased to unveil the all-electric Peugeot e-2008 SUV which is available for test drive at its dealerships in Northallerton, Stockton and Guisborough. It combines a smooth driving sensation with sharp instant acceleration, thanks to the immediate engine torque of 260Nm.


Simon Bailes Peugeot unveils all electric e-2008 SUV

Charity Business News - Initially two computer tablets were donated by the Rotary Club of Alnwick to Abbeyfield House but when the benefits of using them were apparent to Chairman Jim Thompson he applied for a grant to Northumberland Mark Masons and was delighted to be able to purchase a further 22 devices thanks to their donation of more than 4000.


Residents Take Their Tablets

Retail Business News - Simon Bailes Peugeot is delighted to announce that NHS staff are now eligible for exclusive discounts when purchasing a new car through its Peugeot Pride for the NHS programme.


Simon Bailes welcomes launch of Peugeot Pride for NHS programme








Latest Business News

Property Business News - The professional collaboration brings together some of the region s top property experts including Sadler Brown Architects, Creative Streak Design, Fusion PR Creative and Naylors Gavin Black, who all work on behalf of local, national and global clients in the construction, regeneration and commercial property sectors.


AirView Park appoints expert advisory team

Charity Business News - Teams and Bensham Community Care has received 6000 from The Bernicia Foundation s Inclusion Grant to support its activities that bring together lonely and isolated people aged 65 or over. The organisation, which is celebrating its 30th year, hosted around 90 people each week pre-lockdown and is aiming to resume its clubs again in September.


Foundation cash boost helps tackle loneliness in Gateshead community

Health Business News - The physiotherapy team at Nuffield Health Newcastle Hospital are urging people to seek holistic help, as 13 of those experiencing heightened levels of pain are using higher doses of painkillers as a temporary fix. The strain of home working is being felt in five main areas the back, neck, shoulders, legs and joints.


Physiotherapist Urges Home Workers to Reach Out

Director leaves engineers RWO

By Andy Bruce

Aug 11 2020 08:48AM

Construction Business News - Civil and structural engineers RWO, which has offices in Newcastle and Leeds, has announced the departure of director Martin Heddon.


Director leaves engineers RWO

Finance Business News - After months of closed car showrooms and mass uncertainty hanging over the automotive industry, the first full month saw 175,000 new registrations across the UK an 11 rise year-on-year in July. While the figures are a much-needed boost for the new car market it was electric vehicles that shone. Battery electric cars catered for 4.


July Car Sales Offer Hope and Electric Vehicles Star of the Show

Health Business News - A Longbenton care home arranged a fun filled day of festivities for residents recently as news came that their relatives were finally able to visit them after four long months of the COVID-19 lockdown. The carnival, which took place at West Farm Care Centre, a residential and dementia care home owned and managed by Craig Healthcare, was organised by Laura White, a carer at the home.


Carnival fun for care home residents

Arts Business News - Ella and Sir Whoopsalot is a new project from Tyneside-based actress, presenter, writer and producer Kim Tserkezie, whose media production company Scattered Pictures promotes inclusion showcasing emerging and diverse talent from the region.


The Search is on for a Young Disabled Actor for New TV Series

Technology Business News - Phillip Miller and Chris Pattinson met at school, play football for the same team and each took over their respective businesses from their dads. Now Phil s firm ABCA Systems, of Killingworth, has bought out Chris s firm Tyneside Security, installing old buddy Chris as Managing Director.


Security Assured for Football Pals

Technology Business News - A North East tech consultancy has adapted its business model during the pandemic to support SMEs and the new legion of home workers.


Tech company changes tack to offer flexible service for SMEs

Leisure Business News - A farm experience centre and lodge park in County Durhamis among proposed new developments driving a buoyant regional leisure sector, reports a north east planning firm.


Staycations driving £20M regional leisure developments, says planning experts

Construction Business News - An innovative housing manufacturer is looking to invest in the North East creating a new manufacturing site and dozens of skilled jobs.


 CoreHaus to invest in North East manufacturing site

Health Business News - The company has undertaken an extensive assessment of the COVID-19 infection risk to members and staff and has made changes to its working practices to reduce the risk as far as practicable and deliver first class, professional services.


Bannatyne Health Clubs ready to reopen

Charity Business News - The charity s day centre, farm and recently refurbished sensory play area based on Calf Fallow Lane, Norton, have undergone health and safety adaptations to enable families in the local area to return to the services.


Autism lifeline reopens services

Energy Business News - Electricity demand fell to its lowest quarterly level in many years during the second quarter of this year a period which saw the continued growth of renewables and the decline of nuclear and coal as the COVID lockdown hit system demand. These were the stand-out highlights of a new report on Britain s power generation market from energy data analyst EnAppSys.


COVID-19 pandemic results in record fall in electricity demand

Technology Business News - Newcastle-based primary care IT software solutions provider, Clarity Informatics are continuing to invest in the North East by further increasing their workforce following the high demand for their web-based compliance and sharing platform, Clarity TeamNet.


North East IT Provider Creates Jobs following Demand for Primary Care Platform

Health Business News - Bannatyne Spas across the country have reopened July 17 following the relaxing of lockdown restrictions. The company has undertaken an extensive assessment of the COVID-19 infection risk to guests and staff and has made changes to its working practices to reduce the risk as far as practicable and deliver first class, professional services.


Bannatyne Spas Reopen Nationwide

Construction Business News - The Radiator Shed is the latest business for Martin Kelly, who is known in the industry for his Gateshead and Whitley Bay based bathroom design, supply and retail company, h2o bathrooms. The new company has been launched as a gap in the market was spotted for quality, stylish heating products at reasonable prices, offering value for money, delivered to the door.


h2o Owner Launches Trades 100Club

Property Business News - Site manager at Bellway s Byron Heights, Geoff Ward, has been named as the winner of a National House-Building Council NHBC Pride in the Job Quality Award for his excellence in site management . Geoff, 59, who began working as a site manager at Bellway four years ago, has now secured his first NHBC award while working for the builder.


Local building site manager secures a top industry accolade

Construction Business News - North East firm of civil and structural engineers has secured a string of new contracts, reflecting continued strong demand for its services and skills in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.


North East firm engineers new sales

Charity Business News - It s been a sorry tale for many North East charities during this coronavirus outbreak but one regional organisation a friendship dog charity refuses to roll over and has changed focus to get through this difficult period.


North East charity calls for 'Friends of Wag'