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Police officers urging families to make time to talk to each other
POLICE officers are backing a mental health wellness campaign aimed at helping families to talk about the issue to combat anxiety and depression in children.
Like Bay Watch? Chance to become a beach lifeguard
APPLICATIONS are now open to become a lifesaver at some of the region's most popular beaches.
The Northern Echo Teesside Best Pub competition launched
TO celebrate the launch of the new Teesside edition of The Northern Echo, we're beginning a search to find the area's best pub – and we want you to tell us your favourites.
Tees Components invests in second £500,000 CNC boring mill
A NORTH-EAST heavy engineering firm is investing half a million pounds on a second horizontal boring mill to double its capacity.
New Northern Echo Teesside edition launched
THE NORTHERN ECHO today launches a Teesside edition, your new title focused on the news, views and sports of this great region.
Details announced for Redcar's Festival of Thrift 2020
A 'hugely popular' green festival has announced it will return once again.
Redcar heating engineer joins Love Island
LOVE ISLAND saw more drama tonight as two new boys, who are “prepared to step on a few toes”, headed into the villa.
Cash boost for Redcar's life boat
A North-East life boat station has been presented with more than £2,700 thanks to the fundraising efforts of shop workers.
New York spotlight for Teesside steel history
NEW research warning of the severe financial, health and social consequences of uncertainties and unemployment for Britain’s steel communities – including those on Teesside – has attracted international attention from a leading New York-based university.
Letters: 'You can guarantee the whopping 20,000 jobs promised won't materialize'
NEW LOOK, Debenhams and the Hitachi rail plant at Newton Aycliffe are three of the latest companies in the region to announce jobs casualties.