Award-Winning Designer Inspires Next Generation In Fashion And Textiles

A York-based designer who is taking the fashion world by storm has inspired the next generation of artists in fashion and textiles at a...

New scheme to create tech skills for the future

A revolutionary scheme is underway in the region to bridge digital skills gaps and create the next generation of technology entrepreneurs. Businesses and education providers...

North Tyneside Charity’s Community Cafe Offering New Seats In The Sunshine

A North Tyneside charity is serving snacks in the sunshine after the official opening of a patio area outside its popular Centre.

New research reveals low levels of GDPR compliance among educational facilities

Survey conducted by NW Security Group finds only 22% of schools, colleges and universities believe their data protection policies are up to scratch in the run up to GDPR’s deadline

Tyne Tunnels helps Percy Hedley Foundation towards fundraising goal

TT2 Limited, the operator of the Tyne Tunnels, has made a £500 donation to specialist education charity, The Percy Hedley Foundation.

Confidence takes a knock as Brexit jitters take their toll on UK food and...

BDO’s Food and Drink Report 2018, published today, found that 60% of manufacturers surveyed are generally positive about the future of the industry, with three quarters (76%) expecting revenue growth and 67% believing order levels will increase in the next year.

Newcastle Building Society Sharing Dementia Awareness Work With National Industry Peers

The North East’s biggest building society has been sharing the findings of its work on supporting people with dementia and their families with industry colleagues from across the UK.

Yorkshire distillery releases inaugural gin

A Yorkshire-based gin and whisky distillery has completed production of its pioneering inaugural gin.