Monday, February 17, 2020
A retired couple who picked up 280 bags of rubbish in six months have become the latest Boro Heroes. Irene and Freddie McCormick go litter picking at least three times a week on Middlesbrough's Easterside estate, with Irene saying "I...
The Tees region’s first lifestyle awards event will celebrate and showcase businesses and individuals from the area when it launches later this year – and sponsors are now being sought. Resolution Media and Publishing – the team behind Tees Life...
Middlesbrough’s unsung heroes will be recognised in the town's 2020 Civic Community Awards. And local people have the opportunity to put forward those they want to see recognised for their contribution to the town. Launched last year, the first Civic Community...
The Universities Minister has hailed Teesside University’s reimagined approach to Student Life as an example of best practice for student support and wellbeing. Speaking at the opening of the £13.2m Student Life Building, Chris Skidmore, Minister of State for Universities,...
Teesside children spoke of being inspired after a 93-year-old Holocaust survivor came to tell the moving story of how she left her family behind and fled Nazi persecution. Gabriele Keenaghan visited St Alphonsus Catholic Primary School in North Ormesby, Middlesbrough,...
A charity that provides a vital lifeline for parents of premature babies has been able to buy specialist equipment thanks to the latest grant from Tees Mutual’s Community Fund. Leo’s was started by Yarm mum Lottie King, who knew all...
With the season of romance fast approaching, it is the perfect time to start planning a perfect date for that special someone. If you’re tired of the usual movie or meal out then you can do something different this Valentine’s...
Over 1,400 real Christmas trees were registered and collected as part of Teesside Hospice’s popular Christmas tree recycling scheme. The charity is thrilled to announce that over £12,500 has now been raised by the scheme thanks to support from the...
Film producer and Teesside University academic Samm Haillay’s most recent documentary has been nominated for a major independent film award. Island of the Hungry Ghosts has been nominated for Best Documentary at the 35th Spirit Awards, a major milestone within...
Local charity Teesside Hospice is saying some fond farewells and warm welcomes to their board of trustees. Trustees come from a variety of different backgrounds; each offering their own unique skills and perspectives to help the hospice. They work together as...

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