Anglo-Saxon Poetry, on the Continent in prehistoric times before the migration to England, and in England especially during the Northumbrian
Period, seventh and eighth centuries A.
WHILE Caedmon was still singing at Whitby, in another Northumbrian
village named Jarrow a boy was born.
The harsh voice, the blunt manner, the habit of accompanying certain phrases by an emphatic nod of the head, the Northumbrian
burr expressing itself in every word which contained the letter "r" -- all these personal peculiarities of the old North-country governess were reproduced to the life.
Water Limited (NWL) has picked Spectrum Business Park in Seaham to become the base for its infrastructure teams in a move which will see around 200 people work across two floors of office space in the park's Spectrum 5 building.
And kids from three Stockton schools got to find out how when they visited a Northumbrian
Water sewage works.
Around 1,000 litres of oil flowed into Northumbrian
Water's Sacriston sewage treatment works in less than half a day last month.
Hong Kong-based infrastructure company Cheung Kong Infrastructure Holdings (HKG:1038), or CKI, has agreed to take over British water and waste water utility Northumbrian
Water Group (LON:NWG) for some GBP2.
Reports of a planned takeover approach from its biggest shareholder, Ontario Teachers' Pension Fund, sent Northumbrian
as much as 14% higher.
A RISE in business failures in its north-east heartlands has landed Northumbrian
Water with a pounds 1.
The Fiddle Music of James Hill: A Collection of Tunes by James Hill and Others, Selected from Principally Local Sources, and Arranged for Keyed Northumbrian
The French Suez group has concluded a deal with the Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan on the sale of its remaining 25% stake in its former British subsidiary Northumbrian
Water for euro 377 million.
For the uninitiated, Northumbrian
small pipes are known simply for being similar in design and sound to the famous Highland bagpipes.