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A bid which aims to bring international Rugby League World Cup games and players to the Tees Valley in 2021 has been officially kicked off by local team Yarm Wolves. Matty Lynn, from the Tees Valley under-16s rugby league team...
A familiar face to shoppers and market traders across Stockton has won a national award. Richard Beddard, who has been manager of the traditional weekly markets in Stockton, Billingham and Thornaby for six years, was named the Markets Manager of...
Ornate iron gates are once again standing proudly at the entrance of Middlesbrough’s historic Avenue of Trees after a seven-decade absence. The original gates at the site, which leads from Acklam Road to Acklam Hall, were removed as part of...
The unsung heroes of Stockton have been thanked by the council’s mayor for the positive difference they make to local communities. Now in their eighth year, the mayor’s Civic Awards highlight individuals and groups who set an inspiring example to...
Belly laughs, Bollywood and buckets of free family entertainment will all be on offer in Stockton town centre this week. Stockton Stages music and comedy festival returns for its third year from Thursday June 6 to Saturday June 8, with...
Those attending this weekend’s Festival of Thrift in Redcar are in for a musical treat when well-known Teesside performer Mike McGrother brings together three of his acts on a single stage. The largest UK festival promoting sustainable living, the Festival...
Tees Valley mayor Ben Houchen has backed a Hartlepool cancer charity aiming to raise £300,000 this year. On a visit to Miles for Men and Walk for Women, mayor Houchen praised the organisation’s “heartening dedication” and hard work as he...
Rockliffe Hall recently took part in National School Meals Week by hosting a school chef in The Orangery kitchen. Organised by LACA (Lead Association for Catering in Education) and now in its fifth year, The Host a School Chef programme...
A Middlesbrough-born Muslim who founded an anti-extremism organisation after his uncle died following a racially-linked attack says he is “humbled and honoured” after receiving a Teesside hero award. Amjid Khazir set up Media Cultured after his uncle Mohammed Zabir died...
An online tool for clinicians working with patients who live with long-term conditions is being created by Teesside University academics. Psychologists Dr Lis Hammond and Dr Stephanie Kılınç, from the University’s School of Social Sciences, Humanities & Law, have created...

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