Awarding a culture for success

The Culture for Success Awards are designed to showcase the expertise, talent and passion of companies in the North East. Recognising the achievements of companies who demonstrate that they have a culture that fosters success in all areas of their business, irrespective of sector, specialism or size. Bdaily was there as the… More →

Staying alive after five

The Business Improvement District Company, NE1, has collaborated with retails in Newcastle city centre to launch an initiative to encourage late night opening hours. We spoke to Stephen Patterson from NE1, and managing director of Newcastle’s John Lewis store, Barry Blamire, to find out more. Report by Richard Duncan.… More →

Balls in FIFAs court

Newcastle and Gateshead representatives for England’s 2018 World Cup bid welcomed FIFA officials at St James’ Park yesterday. The ground of Newcastle United would play an instrumental roll in hosting the World Cup, should England win the bid. bdaily were there to find out what FIFA thought of the stadium… More →

bdaily looks at the future of North East arts

The bdaily team examines the forthcoming merger of Arts Council North East, the organisation responsible for much of the region’s recent cultural resurgence, into a new Art Council North. To find out more about this story go to bdaily.info/news/arts-and-culture/11-01-2010/north-east-arts-council-voice-becoming-diluted/… More →

World Cup bid press conference

FIFA officials visited St James’ Park in Newcastle today to see if the stadium and city fits with their plans for the 2018 World Cup. Former Newcastle United and England midfielder Peter Beardsley, Councillor David Faulkner, and Newcastle United Managing Director Derek Llambias addressed the press at the stadium to clarify what… More →

Looking ahead to AV10

We spoke to the organisers of the annual festival for audio and visual arts, AV10, set to take place throughout the region in March. The festival consists of commissions, exhibitions, concerts, performances, film screenings, workshops and debate at many of the region’s outstanding cultural venues and public sites.… More →

Stern prospects for buoyant Hartlepool

Crowds said their goodbyes to the majestic tall ships that were docked in Hartlepool’s Victoria Harbour earlier this week. bdaily set sail for the event to discover why it is so important to Tees Valley. Report by Jon Corbett.… More →

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