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A Hartlepool charity that brings the news to visually impaired people in the area is looking to update its service with the support of leading builder Persimmon Homes Teesside.
Cricket fans are being urged to get behind a East Harlsey Cricket Club to help them win £200,000 in a national competition launched by a leading housebuilder.
• Win a £50.00 Boots voucher by nominating your loved one at the centre’s “Love Letter Post Box” between 3rd February – 10th February
Teesside-based Active Chartered Financial Planners has taken home the North East Employer of the Year 2018 award in the annual Federation of Small Business (FSB) awards.
Residents at a care home in Billingham are preparing to take part in the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch this weekend.
Active Chartered Financial Planners is supporting Yarm School’s upcoming performance of Les Misérables, by signing up as a corporate sponsor.
UK property owners are being warned about a rogue Property Management agent, Maria Lazaridou, whose Larnaca-based company gives access to villas and apartments without the owners knowledge and which has even allowed casual 'tenant
Bulgaria's leading cosmetics company has signed a deal to launch in the UK despite Brexit, it has been revealed.
With exhaust emissions being targeted by Government, one Farmer in Scotland has found a way to keep the air fresh on his farm!!
A Cyprus property agency is being investigated after an apartment owned by a UK family was occupied without their permission.
Leading builder Persimmon Homes Teesside has donated £1,000 to Hartlepool’s Alice House Hospice.
Active Chartered Financial Planners, one of the North East and Yorkshire’s leading firms of Chartered Financial Planners, is growing its team by appointing an experienced Paraplanner to join its Stockton-on-Tees based office.
A Hartlepool pub threw its doors open on 30 November to showcase the pub’s new carvery offering.
National charity CRY – Cardiac Risk in the Young – has been awarded £1,000 from a leading housebuilder in memory of a customer who suddenly passed away.
Christmas-themed pasta, half of a Curly Wurly, a 6ft inflatable giraffe and a behaviour charter from a class, are just some of the more unusual gifts local teachers claim to have received from their pupils at Christmas.