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In the News (Mon 24 Jun 19)

  North East England - News Article
One of North East England's newest landscape photographers,  Mike McFarlane, is to exhibit at Newcastle's Biscuit Factory later this year.
Having grown up in the North East, Mike has spent most of his working life elsewhere in the UK.  A career change from mechanical engineering and a move back to North East England, allowed him to concentrate on his passion for the landscapes, architecture and shapes of the region through photography.
And, keen to show off the beauty of North East England to others, he will be approaching major galleries outside the region to show his photography of the region to people across the UK.
www.northeastengland.co.uk /page/news/article.cfm?articleId=1501   (460 words)

 North East England - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
North East England is one of the nine official regions of England and comprises the combined area of Northumberland, County Durham, Tyne and Wear and a small part of North Yorkshire.
The region has a rich natural heritage, which includes stretches of coast and extensive upland tracts that are of European nature conservation importance for their habitats and bird-life, and the Magnesian Limestone grasslands of East Durham - a habitat found nowhere else in the world.
Alnwick - Berwick-upon-Tweed - Blyth Valley - Castle Morpeth - Chester-le-Street - Darlington - Derwentside - Durham - Easington - Gateshead - Hartlepool - Middlesbrough - Newcastle upon Tyne - North Tyneside - Redcar and Cleveland - Sedgefield - South Tyneside - Stockton-on-Tees - Sunderland - Teesdale - Tynedale - Wansbeck - Wear Valley
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/North_East_England   (283 words)

 England: North East
Little did I realise in the mid-1970s that I was to live in North East England longer than I would live anywhere else.
When I moved to Durham in October1976, North East England was, in part, characterised by coal-mining (the Durham and Northumberland coalfields), steel-making (particularly at Consett and Middlesbrough), and ship-building (particularly on the rivers Tyne and Wear).
However, the history of North East England stretches back to Roman times: Hadrian's Wall extends from Wallsend, bordering the North Sea, to Carlisle, bordering the Solway Firth and the Irish Sea.
www.btinternet.com /~p.g.h/england_north-east.htm   (839 words)

 North East of England Regional Portal (North East England)
If you have some North East News, North East Event, Company Press Release or an articles you wish to publish on this Regional Portal, please click here, to add articles, which is a free service.
NEON was started in 1994 and was the first North East Regional Portal, funded by Northern Informatics (NIAA) in 1994.
Education in the North East England from North East of England Regional Portal (NEON).
www.neon.org.uk   (1342 words)

 Walks in Noth East England
North East England sweeps south from the beautiful heather-covered hills of Northumberland all the way to the wide green Tees Valley; a rich and diverse region with a heart as large and welcoming as its unspoilt countryside.
Treat your eyes and ears to ever-changing international art and music, or, on a gentler note, to the sight of a rare red squirrel and the sound of birdsong in a tranquil wood.
This guide is an introduction to some of the most inspirational walks in North East England, giving you a taste of the many pleasures to be experienced - Northumberland National Park, miles of Heritage Coastline and its Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
walking.visitnortheastengland.com   (290 words)

 Arts Council England : North East homepage
The BBC and Arts Council England are working together to provide a range of off-air content, on interactive TV and online, to support BBC Two’s new arts series Simon Schama’s Power of Art (tx: BBC Two, October).
As the old adage goes, laughter is the best medicine and from 19 September 2006, a new programme aimed at helping hospitalised children and their families through the process will be putting that to the test.
North East based artist Claire Morgan has beaten 24 other artists from all over the world to win a prestigious Italian sculpture prize, the Primo Fondazione Arnaldo Pomodoro, and with it first prize of €10,000!
www.artscouncil.org.uk /regions/homepage.php?rid=4   (441 words)

 North East England - Skillset   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The North East of England includes the counties of Tyne and Wear, Northumberland, County Durham, and Tees Valley.
Ruth Palmer is responsibile for building and maintaining partnerships with the industry, government and public agencies to ensure that Skillset's mission, objectives, projects, and services are delivered effectively across the North East and Yorkshire.
Cathryn Reardon provides full administrative support to both the Director of Business Development and the North East and Yorkshire Regional Manager and act as the first point of contact for both.
www.skillset.org /uk/northeast/index_1.asp   (255 words)

 North East of England - Skillset   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Although there are a growing number that have a range of clients throughout the UK and export internationally, such as the games and e-learning sectors.
In addition, many North East businesses in other sectors commission work outside the region rather than from North East interactive media suppliers, which can create shortages in the work available locally, meaning that freelancers have to travel to find most of their work.
The games businesses in the region, as across the world, are subject to cyclical demand for resources, reflecting their project-driven nature, as reported by Pembridge, in their work for Northern Film and Media.
www.skillset.org /uk/northeast/strategy/article_4393_1.asp   (237 words)

 North East England Narcotics Anonymous
Carrying the NA message of Recovery from the North East of England !
The North East England Area of Narcotics Anonymous forms part of the UK Region and services the counties of South Yorkshire, West Yorkshire, North Yorkshire, The East Riding of Yorkshire, Northumberland, County Durham and Tyne and Wear.
The NE England Area Service Committee together with various subcommittees support local NA Groups and serves as a communication channel to the NA Fellowship as a whole so that NA may better fulfill it's primary purpose - to carry the NA message of recovery to the still suffering addict.
www.neena.org.uk   (188 words)

 The National Byway - Britain's Heritage Cycling Route
This part of England was once the ancient kingdom of Northumbria.
Today it is made up of the counties of Durham and Northumberland together with the metropolitan areas of Tees Valley and Tyne and Wear.
The National Byway's north-east England route has similar characteristics: it is a real challenge, designed essentially for the fit and experienced cyclist.
www.thenationalbyway.org /ne_england.asp   (325 words)

 Government Offices | North East | Home
This is a national section based in the Government Office for the North East.
The North East Regional Alcohol Advisory Group has identified a number of cross-cutting initiatives, aimed at driving down the poor health, crime, disorder and social and economic harms associated with alcohol misuse.
Based in the Government Office for the North East, this national section handles all (mainly) non-vehicular rights of way appeals and directions on behalf of the Secretary of State for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra).
www.go-ne.gov.uk   (329 words)

 Sport England North East   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The conference promises to be a key event for the region and will draw on high profile speakers and expertise from around the country, to raise awareness of ‘the big issues’.
Sport England, who will run the campaign, revealed that they are targeting an additional quarter of a million people in the North East to take part in physical activity through Everyday Sport.
Community Investment Fund is a valuable source of open funding available to all.
www.sportengland.org /northeast_index   (266 words)

 BBC NEWS | UK | North East 'warms to devolution'
Most people in north-east England now support some form of devolved power for the region, a BBC poll suggests.
Three-quarters of those who responded to the Mori poll for the Politics Show said they thought the North East was worse off than London, both financially and in how well it is represented at Westminster.
The survey results were based on 750 interviews with residents in the North East Government Office Region aged 18 and over.
news.bbc.co.uk /go/newsFeedXML/moreover/-/1/hi/uk/6115912.stm   (302 words)

 NE the North East of England 'NE1-NE70'
The North East of England sits on the original line of Hadrian's Wall and at the end of the ancient Roman Empire.
It was one of the cradles of the industrial revolution, boasting major figures such as locomotive pioneer George Stephenson, the inventor of the steam turbine Charles Parsons and Joseph Swan who turned Mosley Street in Newcastle into the first street in the world to be lit by electricity.
Consequently the eastern terminus fort at Segedunum, Wallsend was excavated and these sections of the Wall must be considered as the most important historical monument to be found in the North in recent years, with both National and International significance.
www.uknets.co.uk /NE/NE.htm   (259 words)

 North East England - Home Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
North East England Short Breaks & Holiday Guide
There's so much to do and see around the North East.
Latest research has shown that North East England is officially Britain's most tranquil place.  Click here to find out more...
www.northeastengland.co.uk   (149 words)

 Map of North East England   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
isitors to North East England, regularly pass close to Seaham Harbour as they journey to the beautiful cities of Durham, York or Edinburgh.
Here are some approximate times for car journeys from Seaham to some well known locations in the North East of England.
Road links in the North East are very good and under the best conditions, some of these times could be reduced.
www.seaham.com /town/location.htm   (124 words)

 Timeline History of North East England   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Prime Minister Tony Blair and The Millennium History of North East England by David Simpson.
In 1999 it was published on a week by week basis in the pages of The Northern Echo.
It has since been updated and forms the basis for The Millennium History of North East England, a book published by leighton in December 1999.
www.thenortheast.fsnet.co.uk /Timeline.htm   (143 words)

 Tourism Northeast - One NorthEast Tourism Team's Business to Business Website
An overview of the current group travel market and its value to the North East.
The RLN North East works to promote a greater national capability in language and cultural skills for business and employment.
A North East England tourist attraction famous for a particular type of transport is set to attract visitors using a different mode of travel.
www.tourismnortheast.co.uk   (325 words)

 BBC - Weather Centre - UK Weather - England - North East
BBC - Weather Centre - UK Weather - England - North East
Paul Hudson and Lisa forecast for BBC Yorkshire and Lincolnshire.
Paul Mooney and Trai forecast for BBC North East and Cumbria.
www.bbc.co.uk /weather/ukweather/northeast   (132 words)

 North East England Jobs
Below is a selection of jobs in North East England.
On the right we have also listed recruitment agencies that offer full and part time jobs in North East England.
Agencies that may have jobs in North East England.
www.agencycentral.co.uk /jobsearch/byregion/NE.htm   (943 words)

 Visit North East England - Passionate People Passionate Places
Would you like to register your details to receive information about more North East England related offers, events and promotions from the One NorthEast Tourism Team and its partners?
Q1 Which parts of North East England interest you?
Q6 I would seriously consider visiting North East England for a holiday/short break
tv.visitnortheastengland.com   (138 words)

 British Museums - North East England & Yorkshire   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
British Museums - North East England and Yorkshire
British Army Museums in the North East and Yorkshire
Click on a link below or on the corresponding number on the map to see details of opening times and facilities for that particular museum.
www.army.mod.uk /ceremonialandheritage/northeastyorkshire   (138 words)

 Arts Council England, North East - Independent Northern Publishers
Arts Council England, North East - Independent Northern Publishers
Independent Northern Publishers are generously supported by Arts Council England, North East.
This website was made possible by funding from the Arts Council and through the EU Creative Industries Development Fund.
www.northernpublishers.co.uk /links/Arts_Council_England_North_East   (40 words)

 Stock Photographs, Images, North England, UK, Graeme Peacock   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Stock Photographs, Images, North England, UK, Graeme Peacock
Stunning autumn scenes in Hadrian's Wall country and in the woodlands of Northumberland, County Durham and other locations throughout North East England.
A3 size UV varnished smooth glossy archival art prints of the Gateshead Millennium Bridge at Night.
www.graeme-peacock.com   (168 words)

 All you need to go - Visit North East England
Everything you need to make the most of your stay in our beautiful, friendly and passionate region is here, from inspirational holiday guides to your personal itinerary planner.
Read tales of travellers to North East England and view the photographs they've taken on their journeys.
From getting here to getting around once you're in region, North East England's superb transport links...
www.visitnorthumbria.com   (158 words)

 The Northern Echo :: News, Sport, Business and more from around the North East
The Northern Echo :: News, Sport, Business and more from around the North East
BRITAIN'S biggest retailers last night rallied round to donate more than £1.5m for customers who lost thousands when a Christmas savings scheme collapsed.
A FOOD delivery company in North Yorkshire could today be in new hands following eleventhhour talks to try and save it after it fell into financial difficulty.
www.thisisthenortheast.co.uk   (417 words)

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