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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...
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...
Annabel Law swapped the Army for academia and the choice looks to have paid off as she was toasting a double celebration earlier this month. Not only did she graduate from Teesside University with a BSc (Hons) Paramedic Practice, but...
Saltburn’s historic Cliff Tramway will re-open for the summer season this weekend. The Grade II listed tramway welcomes more than 150,000 users every year as it transports people from the upper and lower promenade of the popular seaside resort. At 135-years-old,...
Even the most ardent chocoholic might struggle to finish this bar… but why was it carried from Stockton High Street to the Tees Barrage at the weekend? Well, it was all part of Fairtrade Fortnight, an annual event held in...
Two charities will receive a boost in funding this summer, with the backing of the region’s biggest live music festival. Hardwick Live Festival returns to Hardwick Hall Hotel, County Durham from 17 to 18 August, with a top line-up of...
A Middlesbrough Brownie group leader who has devoted more than half of her life to providing a safe haven for young girls to build friendships and enjoy being creative has been honoured with a Teesside hero award. Mandy Leach, who...
Football coach Dave Saunders has lifted his latest trophy – a Teesside Hero Award. The 54-year-old Eston dad has been honoured for the decades of tireless community work he has done for the people of Grangetown and the surrounding area. And...
An 80-year-old carer has told how support in the community for people living with dementia and their families has improved her quality of life. Chris Crosby, 80, of Ormesby, told of her experiences at Redcar and Cleveland’s first Dementia Friendly...
Cancer experts from across the country have visited Teesside University to attend a conference organised by nursing students. More than 250 people attended the School of Health & Social Care’s annual student conference, the theme of which was Discover Oncology. The...

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