A successful Cramlington-based firm has been bought by a large Chinese company.
The Mayborn Group makes Tommee Tippee baby products. It's been acquired by the Jahwa Group - one of the world's largest investment companies. 140 people work at the Cramlington headquarters.
It's hoped the deal will help to increase sales across the world.
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The body of a man who had been missing for over a week has been found.
Jason Creighton, from Cramlington in Northumberland, was last seen at his home address on Longridge Way on Wednesday, October 28.
Police and paramedics were called on Friday afternoon, November 6 after a man's body was discovered in a field east of Arcot Hall Golf Course, east of Beacon Lane in Cramlington.
He was declared dead at the scene by paramedics.
Jason's family were in formed and his body has now been identified.
Officers and volunteers had been searching for Jason and his family had made several media appeals since he went missing.
There is believed to be no third party involvement in the death and a report will be prepared for the coroner.
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A woman has been rescued from the top of the huge land sculpture Northumberlandia in Cramlington after injuring her ankle.
Amatuer photographer Jamie Welsh was walking his dog when he found the woman sitting down and went to help her yesterday, September 6th.
Speaking to ITV News Tyne Tees Mr Walsh said he called an ambulance, but once they arrived at the sculpture it had to "reverse up the structure" to be able to reach the woman safety.