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Whitley Bay restaurant thanks bank after expansion plans come to fruition

A Whitley Bay business has thanked the role played by a leading bank in their expansion plans.

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Participants in the Working Roots training scheme receive their certificates.

Training scheme offers new roots to work for youngsters

Dozens of youngsters have been digging into learning, thanks to a North Tyneside training partnership.

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Make new contacts in an instant with speed networking at the North Tyneside Business Exhibition.

Businesses join forces at forum

Business owners are being invited to have their say on local issues at an event later this month.

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Jo-Anne Torre, owner and principal teacher at Decote Dance & Decote Diggers in Whitley Bay.

Dance teacher on shortlist for award

A Whitley Bay dance teacher has been shortlisted for a prestigious business award.

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Business ensures its staff have the skills to succeed in industry

Business ensures its staff have the skills to succeed in industry

A global pioneer in the insurance industry has shown its commitment to North Tyneside in more ways than one.

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Jonathan Walker, North East England Chamber of Commerce head of policy and campaigns.

Campaign launched to help North-East businesses benefit post-Brexit

A campaign is being launched today to ensure the North East’s manufacturing supply chain will be well positioned to take advantage of the post-Brexit landscape.

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Enterprising efforts earn national praise

A North Tyneside initiative has been recognised for its support for start-ups and achievements in improving business survival rates.

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The BHP Law team outside their new Tynemouth office. Left to right, Andrea Hewitson, partner, Laura Vipond, legal executive, John Pratt, managing partner, Kelly Hind, associate solicitor and Laura Nicholson, lettings manager.

Law firm opens up in Tynemouth

A law firm has opened its fifth office in the region – in Tynemouth.

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Left to right, Suffian and Mujibur Rahman, elected mayor Norma Redfearn and Mamun Rahman.

New eatery adds spice to Whitley Bay seafront

When Mujibur Rahman opened one of Whitley Bay’s first Indian restaurants nearly 40 years ago, customers flocked to taste food which was unfamiliar and exotic for its day.

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Howdon Metro Station.

Metro is in the running to win industry awards

The Tyne and Wear Metro has been shortlisted in five categories at this year’s North of England Transport Awards.

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Cobalt Business Park.

Hundreds of jobs on offer at park

Jobseekers can find out about hundreds of employment opportunities at an annual jobs fair in North Tyneside.

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The new chairman of North Tyneside Business Forum David Bavaird, left, with Paul Buie, from North Tyneside Council.

David heads up borough’s business forum

North Tyneside Business Forum has a new chairman.

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Journalist apprenticeship scheme launched

Journalist apprenticeship scheme launched

Have you always dreamt of being a journalist?

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Newcastle College tutor Tony Gallon, construction student of the year winner Ryan Baxter and regulatory affairs manager at Hodgson Sayers Glyn Neasham.

Sky’s the limit for award-winning construction apprentice Ryan

Things are looking up for a Wallsend student after he landed a pitched roofing apprenticeship.

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Chance to win £1,000 for North Tyneside business start-up

The North Tyneside Business Factory has announced a free one-day event in North Tyneside for budding bosses looking to give their new business idea a boost.

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£9.7m turnover for North Tyneside IT company

An IT company based in North Tyneside is celebrating a £9.7million turnover at the end of the financial year, showing a 29 per cent increase since last year.

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One of the donations Tynemouth Decorators received from Dulux in Newcastle towards the free paint giveaway at Whitley Bay Big Local.

Tynemouth decorating company organises free paint giveaway at Whitley Bay Big Local

A North Tyneside decorating company plans to donate hundreds of pots of paint to people who need a helping hand in the borough.

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From left, Lisa Boiston,  HR manager, Alex Lewandowski, sales associate, Nicola Train, resourcer, and John Mclauchlin, site recruiter.

Sitel lands Star Employer award

North Tyneside-based Sitel has picked up Talent Match North East’s (TMNE) Star Employer award for the way it supports young people into employment.

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Jackie Collins, whose recruitment consultancy has been named the first North Tyneside Business of the Month.

First North Tyneside Business of the Month revealed

The first North Tyneside Business of the Month has been revealed.

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The roadworks at Silverlink to install a triple-deck roundabout.

Rescheduled: Abnormal load to shut the A19 at Silverlink tonight

There will be delays on the A1 and A19 tonight (August 15) as a 223 tonne transformer makes its way through the region, shutting the A19 at Silverlink.

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