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Coty staff in Northumberland claim poor UK job rights cost them their jobs - ChronicleLive

ChronicleLive

Coty staff in Northumberland claim poor UK job rights cost them their jobs
ChronicleLive
The worker in Northumberland, who didn't want to be named, said: “We were told we were the second cheapest to run but that it would have been much expensive to close the plants in Germany and France because of their unions and stricter employment ...

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What will happen to Northumberland if Scotland leaves the UK? - ChronicleLive

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What will happen to Northumberland if Scotland leaves the UK?
ChronicleLive
With Scotland mooting the idea of a second independence referendum what does that mean for North Northumberland? Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon confirmed she will ask for permission to hold a second referendum on Scottish independence.

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Further £6.4m for Northumberland broadband roll-out - Northumberland Gazette

Northumberland Gazette

Further £6.4m for Northumberland broadband roll-out
Northumberland Gazette
The partnership between Northumberland County Council and BT has already made fibre broadband available to around 54,500 premises across the county. A further £6.4million will be invested in addition to the £23million fund earmarked for the programme ...

Coty factory closure in Northumberland shows why unions are needed more than ever - ChronicleLive

ChronicleLive

Coty factory closure in Northumberland shows why unions are needed more than ever
ChronicleLive
Being cheap to run turned out to be a false economy for the Northumberland workers and proved a salutary warning to everyone. The wages in Germany were higher because they did have union representation while government legislation offers protection ...

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Bird flu confirmed at Northumberland poultry farm - FarmersWeekly

FarmersWeekly

Bird flu confirmed at Northumberland poultry farm
FarmersWeekly
Defra has confirmed a further case of H5N8 avian flu in a small flock of chickens at a farm near Haltwhistle in Northumberland. UK chief veterinary Officer Nigel Gibbens said a 3km protection zone and a 10km surveillance zone had been put in place ...
Outbreak of bird flu confirmed in flock of chickens at Northumberland farmChronicleLive
Bird flu outbreak at Northumberland farmITV News
H5N8 found in Northumberland chickensvet times
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North East recruitment firm appoints senior role at Age UK Northumberland - North East Connected (press release) (subscription)

North East Connected (press release) (subscription)

North East recruitment firm appoints senior role at Age UK Northumberland
North East Connected (press release) (subscription)
Edward Reed, which specialises in mid to senior management level recruitment for the finance, HR, operations, sales and marketing and IT sectors was appointed by Age UK Northumberland to support the charity through the search and selection process of ...

Think you can grow the biggest bloom this year? - Northumberland Gazette

Northumberland Gazette

Think you can grow the biggest bloom this year?
Northumberland Gazette
When your sunflower is fully grown and in bloom, take its picture and send it to Janet Hall, Northumberland Gazette, 32 Bondgate Without, Alnwick NE66 1PN, or email janet.hall@jpress.co.uk with your name, age, address, contact details and sunflower ...

Community split over plans to reintroduce wild lynx in Northumberland - ChronicleLive

ChronicleLive

Community split over plans to reintroduce wild lynx in Northumberland
ChronicleLive
However, the National Sheep Association has long been critical of the plans, claiming the UK is an “unsuitable” location. The National Farmers' Union Northumberland branch has also raised concerns about the impact it could have on the farming industry.

We were right! Caravanners thrown off Northumberland site finally get apology and cash - ChronicleLive

ChronicleLive

We were right! Caravanners thrown off Northumberland site finally get apology and cash
ChronicleLive
Carvanners who were booted off a site and out of their ageing homes have finally received an apology as park bosses admitted they were wrong. Cresswell Towers in Northumberland evicted some of its loyal residents because their homes were too old.

Northumberland community devastated as factory to close with 450 job losses - ChronicleLive

ChronicleLive

Northumberland community devastated as factory to close with 450 job losses
ChronicleLive
Northumberland County Council has pledged to do everything in its powers to safeguard the future of a cosmetics factory threatened with closure. Leader of the council, Coun Grant Davey, said: “This is very worrying news for us in the county, and ...

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