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Minister visits Tees Valley to sign City Deal
A signing ceremony, involving Greg Clark, Minister for Cities and Tees Valley Local Enterprise Partnership, has been held to mark an agreement that will give the area more control over its economic destiny.
Iconic new development at Teesside University gets underway
Work has begun on a £20 million flagship development at the heart of Teesside University’s campus.
Business Growth Investment Scheme launches in Tees Valley
A new investment scheme to support business growth across the Tees Valley has been launched this week.
DigitalCity driver behind £174m tech economy
As it celebrates its 10th Anniversary DigitalCity can reveal the digital economy is now worth £174m annually to the Tees Valley - and £62m to Middlesbrough alone.
Budding businesses invited to join The Emporium
Up-and-coming entrepreneurs bursting with ideas have a golden opportunity to make their dreams a reality.
Middlesbrough boccia team reach national finals
A Middlesbrough team have competed in the National Championships for Boccia – a sport purposely designed for people with disabilities.
91-Year-Old War Veteran Awarded the Arctic Star
South Bank-born John Podzukites recognised for role in Second World War mission.
Arts students win places at fire victim university
Students with a burning ambition to study design have been accepted into one of Europe's most celebrated universities despite it being ravaged by fire earlier in the year.
Fun on two wheels for all the family
Legacy of free running coaching to follow 10k
Jamie's design aims to send deadly habit up in smoke
Middlesbrough Reading Campaign celebrates Early Words Together with owl art, books and storytelling
Budding businesses are flourishing in The Emporium
Summer fun at Saltholme
New artwork brightens up the journey to work
Housebuilder digs in for Nunthorpe in Bloom
Potential volunteers welcome on new courses
Beastly Machines on display at Dorman Museum
Baroness Kramer officially opens James Cook Station
New Director for mima is announced
'Women and the Great War' event announced
Newport Primary given 'good' rating by Ofsted
College partnership plan for historic park
North East step-down rehab facility to complement regional spinal injuries unit
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Folklines is a contemporary folk evening of live music and spoken word held in Middlesbrough’s hottest new bistro, The Baker Street Kitchen. Starts at 7PM. Pop along if you haven't got anything planned.
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