Two years since the mothballed blast furnace at Redcar was relit, we look back at the week in 2012, which brought steel back to Teesside.
With a Women's Super League due to start in a few weeks we reflect on the munitionette footballers of World War 1
Two runners who have been in every Great North Run since it began share their top tips for anyone taking on the race for the first time.
The long-running battle over women bishops comes to a head today. Members of the General Synod will cast their final vote at York University. Two years ago, legislation to allow women to become bishops narrowly missed being voted through - prompting complaints from the Bishop of Lincoln.
On this month's edition of Around The House, Paul Brand and guests discuss the public sector workers' day of action, and whether the North East will be left behind by HS2 and 3.
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Around The House will return on 4 September.
UKIP's Suzanne Evans joins the Around The House panel ,to discuss the new wave of Eurosceptics in the European Parliament - and what it could mean for jobs and investment in our region.
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The next series of Around The House starts on Thursday 4 September.
On tonight's edition of Around The House, Paul Brand is joined by a panel of MPs to discuss the public sector strikes, High Speed Rail, and the changing face of the European Parliament as our newly-elected MEPs start work in Strasbourg.
Councillor Brenda Thompson said she accepted Ofsted's report, which said Middlesbrough Council needs to take urgent action to improve opportunities for school pupils.
She said that although the inspection took place at the end of January 2014, it largely reflected a bad set of results the year before, and that the council has made changes this year that should help schools to make progress.
More than half of secondary school pupils in Middlesbrough go to a school rated less than good, according to Ofsted. It says pupils' performance at every stage is below the national average, and children fall further behind the older they get.
Inspectors are warning the authority to take urgent action to improve opportunities for pupils.
Lucy Taylor reports.