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DURHAM CRICKETERS ATTEND PORT OF TYNE KWIK CRICKET FESTIVAL

Durham cricketers James Weighell, Graham Clark and George Harding joined 250 primary school pupils.

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BIOMECHANICALLY ENGINEERED FASHION FOOTWEAR SPARKS NEW BUSINESS FOR PORT OF TYNE

FitFlop has been a huge commercial success world-wide and as a result the Port of Tyne will provide overspill warehousing and distribution to Spark Response for up to 2,500 pallets.

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PORT OF TYNE VOTED PORT OPERATOR OF THE YEAR

Port of Tyne has been voted Port Operator of the Year in the FTA Multimodal Awards

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OFFSHORE WIND TURBINE PROJECT UTILISES PORT OF TYNE

Heavy lift vessel Aegir is to undertake a number of complex lifting operations at Port of Tyne

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PORT OF TYNE PROUDLY SUPPORTS THE MOUTH OF THE TYNE FESTIVAL

Spectacular line-up announced for the festival at Tynemouth Priory and Castle

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Jarrow Hall launches first art exhibition with local hero Frank Henry Mason

The Frank Henry Mason Railway Poster Exhibition takes place in Jarrow Hall until 3 June

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Shadow Transport Secretary of State for Transport visits Port of Tyne

The Shadow Secretary of State for Transport, Andy McDonald MP, paid his first visit to the Port of Tyne on Friday 20 April.

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NEW DIRECTOR JOINS PORT OF TYNE

The Port of Tyne has appointed Mark Stoner as Chief Financial Officer.

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Port of Tyne to support award winning late-night culture crawl

Port of Tyne will be partnering with Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums on the award-winning late-night culture crawl, The Late Shows.

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GERMAN SPEAKERS NEEDED TO SUPPORT NORTH EAST CRUISE TOURISM

Port of Tyne, is looking for people who are fluent in German, including German nationals living in the north east, to take a series of free workshops so they can help guide cruise passengers on day trips around the region when they are in North East England.

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MONSTERS! THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE CUDDLY, ARRIVE AT THE WORD

Monsters! The Good, The Bad and The Cuddly is the latest large-scale exhibition in the Port of Tyne Exhibition Space at The Word, National Centre for the Written Word.

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PORT OF TYNE BATTLES THE BEAST FROM THE EAST

The Beast from the East hasn’t stopped Port of Tyne, despite freezing conditions the Port remained open and container operations, rail services, car handling, marine and passenger operations are continuing.

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GOLD STANDARD FOR PORT OF TYNE

Port of Tyne in North East England has retained its Gold Investors in People standard, putting the Port within the top 2% of IIP accredited organisations.

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Durham County Cricket Club announce their 2018 Royal London One-Day Cup Shirt

Durham's Mark Wood and Chris Rushworth both star in the launch video and promotional materialfor the club's new Port of Tyne sponsored Royal London One-Day Cup shirts, which are available to buy now.

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Port of Tyne picks up a prestigious RoSPA Award for the fourth year in succession

Port of Tyne is a winner at the RoSPA Health and Safety Awards 2017

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Super Shipment for Port of Tyne

Docking at the Port of Tyne, the bulk cargo vessel St Dimitrios has sailed straight in to the record books for discharging the biggest cargo of wood-pellets ever handled at the Port.

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Victor Products relocate to Port of Tyne

Victor Products Limited, a subsidiary of Federal Signal Corporation, has relocated its North East manufacturing facility to the Port of Tyne at Tyne Dock, South Shields. The move will enable the business to increase efficiency, get goods to market more quickly and provide expansion opportunities.

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Historic Lifeboat Returns to South Shields

The historic Tyneside lifeboat Bedford has returned back home to South Shields, after business leaders back a bid to safeguard its return.

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Port of Tyne introduces welfare fund to support merchant shipping

A new fund has been launched to help ships' crew members who may need welfare support while visiting the Port of Tyne.

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Norwegian Cruise Line Visits Port of Tyne

The 294 metre-long cruise ship Norwegian Jade made its inaugural call at the Port of Tyne today (Friday, 1 September) marking the first call of Norwegian Cruise Line - bringing with her 2,400 passengers and over 1,000 crew to explore North East England.

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