His Royal Highness rounded off his visit to the region by giving a speech at Virgin Money headquarters in Newcastle.Read the full story ›
Prince Harry joined Steve Cram and Jonathan Edwards in training those taking part in the London Marathon for charity Heads Together.Read the full story ›
Prince Harry spent around an hour talking to people involved with Head Start, which provides mental health support to ex-service personnel.Read the full story ›
Prince Harry is meeting people working with Walking with the Wounded in Gateshead, who help former soldiers with employment and independanceRead the full story ›
The Prince is coming to the region today. He's meeting ex-servicemen from Walking With the Wounded and training for the London Marathon.Read the full story ›
Kensington Palace tweet to confirm Prince Harry will visit Newcastle and Gateshead as part of a campaign for mental health awareness.Read the full story ›
Kensington Palace has tweeted to say that Prince Harry will visit Newcastle and Gateshead as part of his Heads Together campaign for mental health awareness.
A pair of Queen Victoria's silk stockings have sold for £220 at auction in NewcastleRead the full story ›
England Women's captain Steph Houghton has received an MBE during an investiture ceremony at Buckingham Palace.
The 28-year-old, from Durham, had been named in the Queen's New Year Honours list and was given her award today for services to women's football.
Speaking earlier in the year about her MBE award, the Manchester City Women's captain said:
It was a massive year for our sport and to be awarded an MBE at the end of it… well, it doesn’t seem real.
Middlesbrough MP Andy McDonald has paid tribute to Steve Gibson after the Boro Chairman was awarded an OBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours.
Mr McDonald said:
I cannot think of anyone who is more deserving of being awarded an OBE than Steve Gibson.
Steve's determination to succeed and his unwavering commitment to Middlesbrough Football Club is immense as is his commitment to the town and the area evidenced by his continuous striving for progress and success in all that he does.
The community and the football club are as one while his saving the club after liquidation through to Carling Cup and UEFA Cup success tells its own story of our community's roller coaster ride through our highs and lows.
His infectious attitude of unlimited aspiration and ambition is wholly inspirational and affects everything he does - not just with The Boro but right through from the incredible complex and golf resort at Rockcliffe, his brilliantly successful international company Bulkhaul and, crucially, through into the superb work done by the Middlesbrough Football Club Foundation which so positively impacts on young people right across the region.
The contribution he has made to the people of Teesside is beyond measure. He wholeheartedly deserves this honour.
I'm sure there will be no shortage of tributes from far and wide but I just want to say to Steve that you are one of Middlesbrough's greatest sons. Enjoy your award, you thoroughly deserve it.
Congratulations Steve. UTB (Up the Boro)