Cricketqube was founded in 2020 as a result of ambition to play cricket all around the year. In a short frame of time, Cricketqube has brought the joy of the game to a broad spectrum of people, including children, older adults, families and more. Cricketqube makes sure that cricket is for everyone.


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US owned tech company expands in Newcastle creating hundreds of jobs

by Molly Lymn | 18th January 2022 |
Arctic Wolf®– A global leader in security operations has announced the opening of its Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) headquarters in Newcastle, following a period of continued expansion and rapid growth for...
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New service ‘levels up’ prospects for Gateshead job seekers

by Molly Lymn | 17th January 2022 |
In response to a call from Government for innovative ideas designed to tackle community renewal, a new partnership has been formed in Gateshead to support people into employment. The ‘Future You’ partnership joins five...
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Impressive milestone for key city development

by Molly Lymn | 14th January 2022 |
Newcastle’s most impressive new development has reached a key milestone with the completion of the building’s central core – which can be seen towering over the city skyline. Bank House, on Pilgrim Street, is...
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Cash lifeline for Newcastle businesses affected by Omicron launched

by Molly Lymn | 13th January 2022 |
New grants aimed at supporting businesses through the latest Omicron variant have been released by Newcastle City Council. Around 1,000 businesses are set to benefit from the next round of business grants aimed at...
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£1.8m office deal at Newburn Riverside

by Molly Lymn | 13th January 2022 |
Commercial property specialist Naylors Gavin Black has completed the £1.8m acquisition of a significant office building at Newburn Riverside, which will now undergo a strategic programme of refurbishment works. The Quadrant, which extends to...
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Project management firm rebrands following growing success

by Molly Lymn | 11th January 2022 |
NGI Partner Ward Robinson Project Management have restructured independently of Ward Robinson Design, who have recently been acquired by Ryder Architecture, and are now trading as Helm. The firm’s journey started over 30 years...
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Over 500 jobs in aviation up for grabs at the Newcastle International Airport Careers Fair

by Molly Lymn | 5th January 2022 |
Newcastle International Airport is hosting an aviation focused Careers Fair on 14 January at St James’ Park in Newcastle. Aimed at those looking to start an exciting career in the industry, the fair will...
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Shortlist announced for North East Tourism Awards

by Molly Lymn | 22nd December 2021 |
Despite a tough year for the tourism industry and continued uncertainty being created by the Pandemic, the efforts of businesses in the sector will be recognised in the 2022 North East Tourism Awards –...
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A Christmas message from our Chief Executive

by Molly Lymn | 22nd December 2021 |
Sarah Green, Chief Executive, NewcastleGateshead Initiative: As we approach the festive season and look forward to a new year, I would like to celebrate the achievements and exciting projects announced in 2021 which represent...
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The much-anticipated Hadrian’s Wall 1900 Festival reveals some of the incredible range of events taking place across 2022

by Molly Lymn | 15th December 2021 |
A contemporary artwork that uses the fabric of the landscape to create intrigue and wonder, a Japanese manga series bringing Roman history to life like never before, exhibitions and events for all the family, a...
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Go North East expands workforce following recruitment drive

by Molly Lymn | 9th December 2021 |
The region’s leading bus company has teamed up with Gateshead College and hired 11 new apprentices to expand its highly skilled workforce. The new bus and coach engineers and coachbuilder recruits have joined Go...
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Updates to Covid-19 guidance

by Molly Lymn | 2nd December 2021 |
New measures against Omicron variant Following the emergence of the new Omicron variant of coronavirus, new guidance and recommendations have been released by government and local authorities to help to reduce the spread of...
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