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Green-fingered volunteers give North-East cemetery an autumn makeover

Members of the TS1 Tees Valley Community Group join the Friends of Thorntree Cemetery to plant saplings around the cemetery’s perimeter

COMMUNITY volunteers have turned out in force to give a North-East cemetery an autumn makeover.

6:50pm Friday 2 December 2016

Grant will fund nature reserve restoration

Drinkfield Marsh nature reserve, Darlington

WATER voles, amphibians and kingfishers are all set to benefit from Tesco’s 5p carrier bag charge.

7:18pm Friday 2 December 2016

Offenders turn over a new leaf to transform woodland for disabled children

Cleveland PCC Barry Coppinger discusses restorative justice with offenders

OFFENDERS have turned over a new leaf by transforming overgrown land to make way for disabled children to access North-East woodland.

7:19pm Friday 2 December 2016

Residents' views sought on Tees Valley transport plan

Councillor Bill Dixon

RESIDENTS across the Tees Valley are being asked their views on a transport plan to improve roads, railways and footpaths across the region.

4:37pm Wednesday 30 November 2016

£450,000 to progress plans for new road crossing over River Tees to ease A19 congestion

A19 Tees flyover. Picture: Google Street View

NORTH-East politicians have welcomed the government’s pledge of almost half a million pounds towards plans for a new road crossing over the River Tees.

6:03am Tuesday 29 November 2016

Government "has done everything it can" to help Teesside after SSI UK collapse - Sajid Javid

VISIT: Sajid Javid looks around Keepmoat's Darlington development    Picture: STUART BOULTON

THE Government has done everything it can to help rebuild Teesside after a steelmaker’s collapse, an MP last night claimed.

5:21pm Thursday 1 December 2016

Our hero, Amy Tinkler - North-East grassroots stars honoured during Local Heroes Awards 2016

HERO: Amy Tinkler, 16, was crowned this year's Local Hero

THE County Durham girl who went to Rio and returned as an Olympic champion – all before finding out her GCSE results – has been crowned The Northern Echo’s Local Hero 2016.

11:23pm Thursday 1 December 2016

In honour of a local hero

LOCAL HERO: Stephen Johnson

SEVENTEEN years ago, just as I was setting out as editor of The Northern Echo, I launched an event to honour the heroes of grass roots sport in the North-East.

6:48pm Monday 28 November 2016

Government approves Scotch Corner retail park which could create up to 700 jobs

An artist's impression of the proposed designer outlet centre at Scotch Corner

A GOVERNMENT decision to approve a controversial multi-million pound retail and leisure development at Scotch Corner has been met with equal joy and dismay after almost two years of wrangling.

8:00am Saturday 3 December 2016

Time capsule buried during construction work at multi-million pound Acklam Hall hospital site in Middlesbrough

CAPSULE: Staff at Tees Valley Treatment Centre bury time capsule (From left to right): Donna Thornton, General Manager, Bev Goodwin, Healthcare Assistant, Amanda Morgan, Medical Secretary, Tina Stonehouse, Healthcare Assistant and Katie Lunn, Matron.

A TIME capsule will give future generations a glimpse of health care in 2016.

4:28pm Thursday 1 December 2016
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