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DWF reappointed to BT Group’s Legal Panel

DWF, the global provider of integrated legal and business services, has been reappointed to BT Group’s legal panel, marking another milestone in its partnership with the multinational telecommunications company. The legal panel will be in place for the next three years and is comprised of 11 firms – a...

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Raby Castle achieves Green Tourism Award

Raby Castle has secured a significant achievement in the Green Tourism awards certification programme with a silver in recognition of the business’s commitment to sustainability. The Green Tourism awards are acknowledged worldwide as an indicator of good environmentally-friendly practice and act as a hallmark of ‘green quality’. Raby Castle...

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Tennis Festival marks reopening of renovated park tennis courts in Newcastle

A free Tennis Festival is taking place across six of Newcastle upon Tyne’s parks from Saturday 04 May – Monday 06 May to celebrate the reopening of the city’s park tennis courts. Organised by Urban Green Newcastle, the LTA (Lawn Tennis Association), and We Do Tennis – the Community...

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Muckle LLP announces five new promotions

Regional law firm for business, Muckle LLP, continues to reinforce its award-winning team with five promotions, including one partner. Stephanie Brown has been promoted to partner, Carolyn McKay and Claire Naughten have become senior associates and associate positions go to Gillian Scribbins and Sarah Farish. Corporate lawyer Stephanie Brown...

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Exploring the future of truth in an AI-led world of deepfakes and manipulation

Newcastle’s Life Science Centre is unmasking the world of AI-driven deception in the latest in a series of adult events. Fake or Fact is the theme of the next Science Speakeasy, where topical and sometimes controversial science topics are discussed in a quirky and informal way. At this event, on...

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Muckle and Cavu Corporate Finance advise on North East digital communications agency deal

Regional law firm for business, Muckle, and Cavu Corporate Finance have advised a South Tyneside-based digital communications agency on its sale to a global company for an undisclosed sum. Beyond Digital Solutions works with leading blue chip brands with national and global presence and has a talented team of...

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Parkers Chauffeurs spreading Easter cheer with Metro Radio and Social Bird

In a heart-warming collaboration with Metro Radio and Social Bird Newcastle, Parkers Chauffeurs embarked on a mission to bring Easter joy to local businesses in a unique and delightful way. The endeavour was part of a competition organised by Metro Radio where businesses had the opportunity to win Easter...

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Life celebrates start of Autism Acceptance Week with ‘Gold Plus’ award

Life has become the first visitor attraction to receive a ‘Gold Plus Standard’ Autism Acceptance Award, from North East Autism Society (NEAS). The prestigious award, which comes at the start of Autism Acceptance Week (2 April), recognises the pioneering six-year partnership between Life and NEAS and the science centre...

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Sand martins check in for summer and investigate newly built bank at Wearside nature reserve

The first sand martins of the season have arrived back at WWT Washington Wetland Centre and have shown early interest in a new nesting bank. The artificial bank, which has space for one hundred nesting pairs, was built in October last year in anticipation of the migratory birds’ return...

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Newcastle International Airport prepares to welcome over a quarter of a million passengers this Easter

Newcastle International Airport has today announced it is expecting over 250,000 passengers to travel through the terminal over the Easter school holidays, with passengers choosing from 16 airline partners and travelling to hundreds of short and long-haul destinations. The most popular destinations for the North East travelling public heading...

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