6:48 pm, Mon 13 May 2013
Developers have uncovered signs of an ancient village on Teesside. A preliminary survey had suggested that nothing special would be uncovered. But, once the contractors started digging, they found artefacts dating back to the Bronze Age.
Watch Lucy Taylor's full report below.
6:24 pm, Mon 13 May 2013
Local people are being invited to look at artefacts dating back 4,000 years which have been found near the Tees Estuary.
The pieces will be on display at Greatham Community Centre, on Tuesday 14th May, between 3pm and 7pm.
6:20 pm, Mon 13 May 2013
Work to create a nature reserve near the Tees Estuary has uncovered evidence of a settlement dating back to the Bronze Age.
Archaeologists brought in to investigate the site discovered these artefacts.
Iron Age pottery, deliberately coarse to make it more robust
Pieces of flint arrowheads, made of flint
Pieces of jet - possibly jewellery, although archaeologists do not currently know what these were used for.
A smooth jar, made of pottery, from the Iron Age