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Hannah Rudolph


Hannah is a PR Assistant at Recognition PR.




Recruitment Business News - Darlington-based HR expert, Nicky Jolley has warned that many of the one in four workers in the North East who do not want to return to the office when lockdown ends risk missing out on promotion.


North East workers who dont want to return to the office could miss out on prom

Basingstoke care home buries lockdown time capsule

By Hannah Rudolph

Apr 21 2021 12:32PM

Health Business News - Old Raven House care home in Hook near Basingstoke has commemorated the recent easing of lockdown restrictions by planting a time capsule in the home s garden.


Basingstoke care home buries lockdown time capsule

Health Business News - A resident at Westerham Place care home has marked her 100th birthday with a card from the Queen and a special visit from her nominated visitor, daughter Carolyn Guiness. Joan Collier was joined by residents and staff at the Quebec Square home, in the landmark celebration which included afternoon tea with her daughter.


Westerham care home centenarian celebrates milestone birthday

Yarm School excel in physics competition

By Hannah Rudolph

Apr 20 2021 12:01PM

Education Business News - Two Yarm School students have achieved Gold awards in the British Physics Olympiad BPhO Senior Challenge. Seventeen-year-old Rebecca Keetley and sixteen-year-old Abhinav Ramisetty, both in Lower Sixth, placed in the top 15 percent out of more than 5,000 students, with 380 schools from around the world taking part.


Yarm School excel in physics competition

Construction starts on the final phase of Filey development

By Hannah Rudolph

Apr 19 2021 01:06PM

Construction Business News - 19 04 21 Construction work has started on Beyond Housing s 16 million development of 113 homes at Mill Meadows, Filey.


Construction starts on the final phase of Filey development

Legal Business News - 19 04 21 Research conducted by Latimer Hinks Solicitors into attitudes of Generation Z, has revealed that more than 50 per cent of those born between 1995 and 2010 would be unhappy for friends or family to access their social media in the event of their sudden death.


Research shows more than half of young people keep social media secrets

Bradley Lowery Foundation is urging supporters to text in

By Hannah Rudolph

Apr 16 2021 02:07PM

Charity Business News - The Bradley Lowery Foundation is urging its supporters to take part in an initiative that is helping to raise money to complete Super Brad s Pad . The Great Northern Raffle was launched to offer charities an alternative to live fundraising events after most were cancelled or postponed at the start of the pandemic.


Bradley Lowery Foundation is urging supporters to text in

Beyond Housing welcomes new director of customer service

By Hannah Rudolph

Apr 13 2021 11:20AM

Property Business News - 13 04 21 Beyond Housing has appointed Chris Roberts as its new Director of Customer Service. Chris has many years of experience working in the customer service sector, with big names such as Ocado, Barclaycard and Home Group under his belt.


Beyond Housing welcomes new director of customer service

Competition adds up to maths success for Yarm School pupils

By Hannah Rudolph

Apr 07 2021 12:21PM

Education Business News - Two Yarm School pupils have achieved merits in the prestigious UK Mathematics Trust UKMT Intermediate Olympiad competitions.


Competition adds up to maths success for Yarm School pupils

North East could buck trend in youth unemployment

By Hannah Rudolph

Apr 06 2021 10:44AM

Recruitment Business News - Figures released by The Princes Trust show that under 25-year-olds accounted for 60 per cent of the job losses during the coronavirus pandemic but recruitment consultant, Patrick Lonergan reassures young people in the North East that there are plenty of upcoming opportunities.


North East could buck trend in youth unemployment

Final property sold at popular Teal Farm development

By Hannah Rudolph

Mar 31 2021 12:16PM

Construction Business News - 31 03 2021 After more than fifteen years in planning and development, the final property has been sold at the Teal Farm housing development in Washington.


Final property sold at popular Teal Farm development

Health Business News - A resident at Hope House care home has marked her 100th birthday with a card from the Queen and a surprise singer. Evelyn Corris was joined by residents and staff at the Rishton Road home, in the landmark celebration which included a performance from a socially-distanced singer standing outside in the garden.


Accrington care home centenarian celebrates milestone birthday

Daisy Chain revitalises clubs offering post-lockdown

By Hannah Rudolph

Mar 29 2021 11:13AM

Charity Business News - Daisy Chain has unveiled a renewed clubs and activities plan as it reopens its services after lockdown.


Daisy Chain revitalises clubs offering post-lockdown

Leisure Business News - Budding entrepreneurs across the North East are being encouraged to celebrate their achievements and prepare to scale-up their businesses with the support of a new business network.


Startup businesses urged to join Startup Awards North East programme

Health Business News - South Newton Hospital, close to Salisbury, has held a series of events to highlight dysphagia, problems associated with swallowing. To coincide with Swallow Awareness Day March 17th the activities were aimed at increasing understanding of the condition and empathy for people living with it.


Specialist neurorehabiliIitation hospital raises awareness of swallowing issues

Charity Business News - Daisy Chain is inviting families across the Tees Valley to celebrate World Autism Awareness Week by taking part in its Festival of Colour. World Autism Awareness Week is held annually as a global campaign to promote awareness, understanding and acceptance of autism.


Celebrate the Festival of Colours at home with help from Daisy Chain