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North East Property Market Is Yet To Rebound To Its Pre-recession Highs
  The property market in the North East is yet to bounce back to its pre-recession peak, according to research by StripeHomes, with their research showing the average house price in the area is still -4.1% lower than the highs seen in 2007. Biggest market declines Back in Q3 of 2007, the...
Newcastle Student Volunteers Supporting City's Blood Cancer Charity Campaign
This week, student volunteers at Newcastle University will support blood cancer charity Anthony Nolan’s two-week campaign which aims to raise awareness of the need for more young men to sign up to the stem cell register. Anthony Nolan’s ‘Newcastle City’ campaign, which launched on Monday 15th March, is being supported...
Newcastle-Based Ergo Projects Expands Its Operations To The North West
North East architectural technologists Ergo Projects is expanding its operations after winning work to design dozens of new homes in the North West for a leading housebuilder. Plans have been submitted by the firm for two multi-million pound residential developments in Cumbria, which are being developed by Penrith house builders,...
Local housing and support organisation, Tyne Housing sees new organisational growth and appointed Francis Clarke as Director of Finance to help. Francis joins Tyne with over 20 years experience in financial management and business leadership. For the past 12 years he’s held senior roles in the finance and commercial teams...
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Vodafone has said it plans to create nearly 600 jobs at Convergys contact centre in Stephenson’s Quarter in central Newcastle. This is part of a nationwide expansion by Vodafone, in which it intends to create around 2,100 jobs customer service jobs across Britain during the next two years. Convergys, a subcontractor,...
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Dominating the North East of England's news sources for decades are well known local newspapers like The Evening Chronicle, The Northern Echo, and The Journal. But these 'local' publications are in fact owned by national and multinational media organisations. For example, did you know the Evening Chronicle and The Journal is...
A devastating report into the impact of the lockdown on the North East's Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise (VCSE) sector reveals that a third of organisations expect to lose over half their income by June. This could mean between £75m and £223m of income lost between April and June this...
Poptop event supplier home page
A north-east tech company that helps customers organise events by finding them DJs, musicians, caterers and marques has just received a £120,000 boost. Poptop, an online database, uses an algorithm to put party planners in touch with a wide variety of entertainers, services and products. Poptop was set up by two...
Community Gets Splash of Colour to Banish Lockdown Blues
A North Tyneside Business Forum member has decided to splash out to help a Wallsend charity - but it’s not with money, it’s with paint. Tynemouth Decorators Ltd in partnership with Newcastle based decorating centres (Johnstones, Brewers and Dulux) are delighted to host a “FREE Paint Giveaway” with Family Gateway...
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You might soon be able to enjoy a pint while watching a film below Newcastle’s streets in a plush underground cinema.  Everyman Cinemas has plans to open a two-screen venue beneath Newcastle’s Grey Street. The cinema would be in the basement of Earl Grey House, with its entrance behind Costa...

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