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Service with a smile from the North East's blind tennis players

PASSION: Blind tennis player James Keane in action

A SMILE of satisfaction breaks out on James Keane’s face as he connects with the ball, sending it sailing over the net and landing it close to the baseline.

2:46pm Friday 24 June 2016

A splash of colour and spectacle coming to stage for Billingham International Folklore Festival

"Synchronised" by Balbir Singh Dance Company, who will be appearing at the year's Billingham International Folklore Festival of World Dance

THE annual celebration of world dance and music is almost ready to take to the stage.

6:28pm Monday 20 June 2016

A world turned upside down

TIME TO GO: David Cameron walks with his wife, Samantha, into No 10 Downing Street just as Britain is turning its back on the EU

It was a day that turned our world on its head. Chris Lloyd looks at the political fall-out of yesterday’s referendum result

7:30pm Friday 24 June 2016

Lord Heseltine's plans for a Teesside revival

Lord Heseltine at the Riverside Stadium in Middlesbrough to launch his independent report on the Tees Valley. Picture: Stuart Boulton

READING The Northern Echo (June 16) story about Lord Heseltine’s Teesside revival plan being “just recycled proposals” one has to agree with Labour MP Tom Blenkinsop’s take on another Lord Heseltine report, which looks like a rerun.

8:09am Friday 24 June 2016

Project will help parents of brain-injury children

BRAIN INJURY: Soukymane and Mimouna Diarrassouba with son Junior, supported by the Family Support Project, pictured with children’s ward manager Katie Hand (left) and Matrix Neurological founder Jan Rock.

A PROJECT offering practical support to parents of brain-injured children - the first of its kind in the UK - has been launched to help families in Teesside. The Family Support Project has been set up at James Cook University Hospital in…

4:53pm Thursday 23 June 2016

Lord Heseltine speaks on Teesside about ambitious plans to revive Tees Valley in wake of SSI collapse

Lord Heseltine speaks to the media. Photos: Graeme Hetherington

A RAFT of proposals to drive the Tees Valley forward in the wake of the collapse of SSI have been outlined by the man tasked with reviving the area's economy.

5:00am Tuesday 7 June 2016

Mixed reception for Lord Heseltine's blueprint to deliver Tees Valley's economic regeneration

Lord Heseltine at the Riverside Stadium in Middlesbrough to launch his independent report on the Tees Valley. Picture by Stuart Boulton.

THE blueprint to deliver economic growth across the Tees Valley received a warm welcome when it was launched – but some dissenting voices have already urged caution about the prospect of it being successfully fulfilled.

5:46pm Tuesday 7 June 2016

Department for Transport tour of Tees Valley promises to get the region on the move

representatives from the Tees Valley Combined Authority and Department for Transport at Business Central, Darlington

A RAFT of improvements to transport links across the North-East have been discussed by Government representatives in a bid to get the region on the move.

5:49pm Friday 17 June 2016

Middlesbrough mayor is new man at the helm of the Tees Valley Combined Authority

Dave Budd, Mayor of Middlesbrough and Chair of Tees Valley Combined Authority

A NEW chairman has taken over the task of leading the Tees Valley Combined Authority forward.

6:15pm Friday 10 June 2016

Time to create some magic in the Tees Valley

OPPORTUNITIES: Rachel Anderson, North East Chamber of Commerce head of policy and representation

POTTERHEADS have been all of a flutter this week as the next chapter of the boy wizard’s life is due to be published, writes Rachel Anderson.

6:04am Wednesday 15 June 2016
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