BOSSES at an office hub say the development has secured its largest private sector tenant.
A BUSINESS services provider says it will bring jobs to the North-East after backing a company soon to be spearheaded by a regional investment boss.
THE old cliché goes that some of the best ideas have come from a discussion over a pint with a friend in the pub.
THE Rev Peter Christie Holland was a very old friend. Probably I’d last heard him preach, at Etherley, in 2005. “My declining years,” he began, “are a mixture of Last of the Summer Wine and One Foot in the Grave.”
In the Dukes ECB North-East Regional Premier League match of the day, champions Chester-le-Street came off second best in their draw at home to leaders South North.
A VET who described three rescue dogs as the thinnest she had ever seen believes a convicted pair let them suffer for months.
TOWARD Formerly of Bishop Auckland, peacefully on May 6, Bruce, devoted husband of the late Beryl, much loved brother to Yvonne and brother-in-law to Anne, a very special uncle to Graham, Julie, Mark, Anthony, Lisa, Katherine, Nathan, Lillian and Denis,…
A DISQUALIFIED driver reverse rammed a police car in a desperate bid to escape pursuing officers, a court heard.
A NEWLY-ELECTED Labour councillor has been forced to quit after it emerged she was ineligible to stand for office because she works for the council.