New digital signs in place at station

New digital signs at Morpeth Bus Station should make life easier for travellers, amid efforts to provide real-time travel information across the North East.

Bedlington site of old Tesco store

Vote on name for Bedlington’s newest development

A competition has been launched to name Bedlington’s latest development.

Planned roadworks for the North East

Planned roadworks for the North East

Highways England has a number of planned roadworks in the North East over the coming week.

Sterling Pharma Solutions receives its award from Derwentside College.

Company praised for staff training

A pharmaceutical developer and manufacturer has been given an award for its commitment to staff development.

Site of the former Blyth power station

Green light for former power station site

Work to breathe fresh life into the site of the former Blyth Power Station has taken a step forward.

John Hildreth, Arch business growth and investment manager; Mark Veitch, Peterson business manager; and Amy Webber, Arch workspace manager.

International firm latest to move to Blyth

An international firm is the latest to make the move to Blyth.

Geoff Thompson, Aavid Thermacore Europe vice president sales and marketing. Picture by Simon Williams / Crest Photography

Ashington firm to help on space mission

An Ashington firm’s cool new technology is proving to be out of this world.

John Korchak, director of operations at Inform Direct. Picture by Keith Mindham Photography

County’s business start-ups at record high

New figures just out show that more new companies were registered in Northumberland during 2016 than in any previous year.

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An artist impression of the new workshops at Wansbeck Business Park.

New business units are taking shape

Work has started on new workspaces to help start-up businesses get on their feet.

The Northumberland Business Awards 2016 winners.

BUSINESS AWARDS: Winners announced at celebration dinner

Enterprise across the county was celebrated at the Northumberland Business Awards last night.

Dale Mason, Festival on the Wall founder and director. Picture by Craig Connor / North News & Pictures.

Global music stars lined up for new regional festival

Global music stars are heading to the region for a major music festival that could challenge the likes of Glastonbury.

Three of the judges deliberate over the entries for the Northumberland Business Awards at Linden Hall.

BUSINESS AWARDS: Wide range of companies and individuals on shortlist

The shortlist has been announced for next week’s Northumberland Business Awards.

Matthew Fenwick, left, training officer Julie Hindhaugh and Kyle Marshall.

Success for apprentices

Two IT apprentices will be going back to school permanently as they have been hired.

Coun Kath Nisbet cuts the ribbon at the grand re-opening of the Kwik Fit centre in Blyth.

Revamped centre is up and running

Blyth councillor Kath Nisbet was the special guest of honour at the recent grand re-opening of the Kwik Fit centre in Blyth.

Roadworks are planned this week.

Roadworks on the A1 and A19 in the North East

Highways England is planning the following roadworks on the A1 and A19 this week.

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Roadworks on the A1.

Roadworks on the A1 and A19 in the North East this week

Highways England is planning the following roadworks on the A1 and A19 this week.

Linden Hall representatives at the 2015 Northumberland Business Awards

Anticipation is building for business awards

Anticipation is building for next month’s Northumberland Business Awards.

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Not long left to submit entry for Northumberland Business Awards

Time is running out to put forward your entry for the Northumberland Business Awards.

Vince Walsh, right, inspects how work is progressing at the site in Stannington with Coun Allan Hepple. Picture by Steve Brock

Building work starts on affordable homes at village site

Work on the building of eight new affordable homes in a Northumberland village got under way earlier this month.

From left, growth advisers Dionne Clark and Chris Dawson, Archs Julie Dodds, ERDF programme manager Lucy Cansfield and growth adviser James Holloway.

New Year boost for businesses

A new service that aims to 131 new jobs over the next three years across the county will be launched next month.

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