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Katy McIntosh, Arch's RGN implementation officer, at Quayside Chippy. Picture by Simon Williams

Expansion of Amble chippy backed by £60k grant

A family-run fish and chip restaurant in Amble has recently received a major funding boost to support the development of the business.

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Stuart Carter, managing director of Eclipse Translations, with some of the most recent appointments: Katie Wilkinson, project manager, Laura Wilkinson, interpreting manager, Matthew Knapton, translation checker and Mark Nicholls, project manager.

Increased global demand sees team continue to grow

Staffing levels continue to grow at an Alnwick-based firm as it meets increasing global demand for its translation and interpreting skills.

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Sarah Glynn, Sill manager, and Andy Ross, director at Fresh Element, on the cafe balcony at The Sill.

Catering contract awarded at The Sill

Fresh Element, the team behind BALTIC Kitchen, Garden Kitchen and Six Restaurant in Tyneside, has been awarded the catering and hospitality contract for Northumberland National Park’s state-of-the-art new centre.

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Ewan Bent, newest member of the re:heat team.

New appointment aids biomass firm’s expansion

A Northumberland biomass energy specialist has made a key appointment to its business and, in the process, established a Midlands office as it continues to realise plans for growth.

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Highways England is planning works on various roads this week.

Roadworks in the week ahead

Motorists planning to travel around Northumberland and North Tyneside this week are being urged to take account of the following roadworks.

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Alnorthumbria Vetinary Practice in Alnwick

Busy times call for new recruits at practice

Summer is generally the season for people to be out and about with their pets more, which can, unfortunately, lead to an increase in health problems for our furry friends.

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The National Tramway Museum in Derbyshire.  Left to right a Glasgow Standard car, a Blackpool Balloon, London Number One (nicknamed Bluebird because the seats were covered with blue upholstery), and an Amsterdam tram.

Transport has so many enthusiasts

Transport attracts a great deal of enthusiasm.

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The bridge beams are now in place

Major milestone for triple-decker roundabout at Silverlink

Work to create the North East’s first triple-decker roundabout has reached a major milestone, nearly a year since the scheme started.
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Mark Bocking, new head chef at the Lindisfarne Inn, Beal.

A force to be reckoned with in gastronomic circles

He’s served in both Gulf wars, cooked for Royalty and the Prime Minister and served up high-end banquets to more than 300 guests.

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The former Alcan aluminium smelter site in Lynemouth. The chimneys on the site were demolished last year.

Employment park plans for ex-smelter site

Plans for a large employment park on the former Alcan aluminium smelter site in Lynemouth have been lodged.

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At Wooler on Wednesday 21st June 2017 Harrison & Hetherington held their weekly Primestock sale of sheep.

Lambs sell well at annual show

At Wooler on June 21, Harrison and Hetherington held its weekly primestock sale of sheep.

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Charlotte Turner, David Barella, Freya Bloomfield, Ebonie Hall and Nicola Austin who won a prize for the best pizza created.

Visit provides inn-spiration for Seahouses school pupils

Front-of-house workings, housekeeping know-how and kitchen inspiration were all covered as Seahouses Middle School visited a leading inn.

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Slaley Hall - our afternoon tea.

Hotel launches spa and afternoon tea experience

A Northumberland hotel is offering a new package for people wanting a relaxing break away from the stresses and strains of daily life.

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

Brexit poll shows businesses want trading continuity

A business Brexit survey by the North East England Chamber of Commerce released this week showed the majority of firms want to maintain existing trading conditions with the EU.

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Guy and Sarah Filer with Peter and Ann Lewis outside the G Penrose and Sons shop in Alnwick. Picture by Jane Coltman.

Alnwick family firm passes into new ownership after 134 years

A family firm which has been passed down the generations has been sold to new owners, but the business and name are to continue.

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