Grimsby firm forced to change its name after high court ruling

Grimsby-based Sainsbury's supplier Scratch Meals has been forced to change the name of its flagship range designed by BBC's Masterchef Winner, Ash Mair, after...

Zero Carbon Humber publishes roadmap to world’s first zero carbon cluster

A new report published by the Zero Carbon Humber campaign has laid out a detail assessment of how the UK can develop the world’s...

Green light for energy park could unlock road improvements worth £200m

A multi-million pound programme of improvements on one of Hull’s main roads will be implemented if plans for a £200m energy park are given...

The Humber can show the way on the climate crisis

The Humber can show the world the way in tackling the climate crisis and seize “the investment opportunity of the 21st century”, according to...

Focus Consultants appointed on multi-million pound scheme centred on Hull’s maritime...

Focus Consultants has been appointed to a key role on a scheme that aims to boost Hull’s rich maritime heritage. The firm has been awarded...

York Handmade completes £60k order for cathedral restoration

The York Handmade Brick Company has provided 30,000 bricks for the restoration of the historic St Albans Cathedral. This prestigious commission was worth £60,000 for...

Government searches for ways to reduce heavy industry’s greenhouse gas emissions

The government is on the hunt for the most effective ways to help cut industrial greenhouse gas emissions, as part of a £315m investment...

Private sector activity falls at a sharper pace

Private sector activity continued to fall in the three months to October (-11%), at a sharper pace than in the previous rolling quarter, according...

Business confidence holds steady for Yorkshire firms

During October, business confidence in Yorkshire and the Humber fell two points, the latest ‘Business Barometer’ from Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking has found. Companies in...

Over-fifties lead drive to increasing self-employment, survey finds

Millions of older workers are joining and benefiting from the freelance sector, new research from the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed has...

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