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One North East has announced a further £1.4m grant for the former Longbenton frozen foods plant on North Tyneside, in order to manufacture crispy pancakes and create up to 150 jobs.

One North East has announced that 120 new home-based jobs will be created at Convergys of Newcastle and Zodiac Training of Team Valley under its £1.1m Home Working Fund.

One North East Has approved about £7m of funding to support expansion projects at BOC, GrowHow, MSD Biologics, PYReco and Tees Alliance Group, which will create about 240 jobs in the Tees Valley.

One North East is to help fund the development of a £1m children's adventure park at Union Hall Farm in Durham this spring, with the creation of at least 15 jobs.

One North East is providing financial support to Teesside Precision Engineering as it creates 21 jobs at its new offshore engineering business on the Skippers Lane Industrial Estate in Middlesbrough.

One North East has secured funding for the development of a 53,000 sq ft Software Centre at Tavistock Place in Sunderland by 2012, in order to provide space for 60 businesses and create 140 jobs.

One North East is seeking at least six companies to take part in a £1.1m pilot scheme to train up to 360 home workers.

One North East has announced that INEOS Bio is conducting a £3.5m feasibility study into the development of a waste-fuelled bioethanol plant at Seal Sands in the Tees Valley.

One NorthEast has announced that Longbenton Foods is to restart production at the former Findus crispy pancakes factory on Tyneside in early 2010, with the creation of 230 jobs.

One NorthEast has unveiled plans for a £1.8m investment in the health care and life sciences sector, with the creation of 58 jobs at NHS Innovations North.

One NorthEast has assisted Nanjing Chuanbo Biotech of China in setting up a European headquarters for its drug development business at the International Business Centre in Gateshead, and a number of new jobs will be created.

One NorthEast is expected to part-fund a £40m project proposed by the Middlesbrough-based National Skills Academy for the Process Industries to set up a chemical industry training centre over the next three years.

One NorthEast has unveiled plans for the £700m redevelopment of the former Gallowgate brewery site in Newcastle-upon-Tyne into a science quarter, including offices, research facilities, homes and the creation of up to 5,000 jobs.

One NorthEast is to help fund the development of a new training centre for the chemical industry, with the creation of 25 jobs, and a number of potential sites in Teesside will be considered.

One NorthEast is to help fund the development of a £2.3m International Marine Design Centre in Newcastle upon Tyne by March, in order to help the region win international ship design contracts.

One NorthEast is to provide funding of £2.3m to the RSPB and Teesside Environmental Trust to develop a £7m wildlife visitor attraction and nature reserve at Saltholme near Stockton, which will create 23 jobs.

One NorthEast and County Durham Economic Partnership are planning to set up a £10m Plastic Electronics Technology Centre at NETPark in Sedgefield by 2008, including clean rooms, laboratories, offices and an initial ten staff.

One NorthEast has awarded a £5m grant for the development of a £26m Great North Museum at the Hancock Museum building in Newcastle-upon-Tyne.

One NorthEast is to invest £9.8m in the development of a £25m Institute of Stem Cell Biology & Regenerative Medicine in Newcastle.

One NorthEast has offered a £0.14m grant to The Tanfield Food Company to help create 45 jobs at a new gourmet foods manufacturing business in Tanfield Lea.

One NorthEast is supporting plans for a £35m investment at the former Samsung site at Wynyard, which will involve the relocation of 500 jobs by a number of local companies and the creation of a new distribution centre.

One NorthEast has announced that Wynyard Golf Club, near Stockton, has been selected to host the Seve Trophy tournament in 2005, which is expected to create 100 jobs.

One NorthEast is in discussions with Shipeng Laboratory of China about the possibility of setting up an office and manufacturing site in the north east to produce large X-ray machines.

One NorthEast is to help fund a feasibility study into the development of a £150m indoor skiing centre at the Widdrington opencast mining site in Northumberland.

One NorthEast and Redcar & Cleveland Council are starting work on the development of a £3m freight park at Middlesbrough Road East, which could create 620 jobs over the next five years.

One NorthEast has announced that the European Telecommunications Resilience & Recovery Association is to set up a new headquarters at the University of Northumbria's Disaster & Development Centre in Newcastle.

One NorthEast has outlined proposals to roll out Sunderland's £100m Metro extension across East Durham, in order to regenerate communities between Sunderland and Middlesbrough.