TEESSIDE has been chosen by Australian company Peak Resources as the preferred location for a £70m investment in a Rare Earth Refinery following a global search.
AN employment tribunal has upheld a complaint against a district council after being told a trainee solicitor was bullied and intimidated.
TWO Middlesbrough players joined in the celebrations of new National Citizenship Scheme (NCS) graduates.
RICHARD GAUNT sends a couple of his books, insists that he’s not seeking publicity, earns it anyway. To ignore them would be dereliction: wonderful Christmas presents, these photographic essays of North-East England in the 1960s are a unique record…
WHAT does nursing, car parts manufacturing and property development have in common?
ROBIN Hood with a Teesside twist is on offer at Middlesbrough College's panto this Christmas.
THE Government has done everything it can to help rebuild Teesside after a steelmaker’s collapse, an MP last night claimed.
A SCHEME launched to help Teesside's needy has achieved half of its target in just two weeks.
THE North-East could have lost 50,000 jobs if the Bank of England hadn’t taken decisive action following the financial crisis, a senior figure has claimed.