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.
A look ahead at the weather forecast for the next few days,
The lower 7ft jaw bone of a 45ft long male sperm whale, which beached at Redcar in 2011, has been unveiled at Zetland Lifeboat Museum.
The reopening of the steel plant at Redcar two years ago brought hundreds of jobs back to Teesside.
However its owners SSI say the world market is tough and the site is still operating at a loss.
Cornelius Louwrens, SSI's UK Business Director, said the company is confident it will soon turn a profit:
It is exactly two years since steelmaking returned to Teesside. The blast furnace at Redcar had been mothballed under previous owners in 2012, but it was bought by the Thai firm SSI and on this day in 2012, it was relit.
Two emu chicks have been hand-reared by staff at an animal sanctuary in Redcar.
Donk and Didge are only four weeks old but they already measure a foot tall.
Staff at the Kirkleatham Owl Centre have their hands full with the new arrivals.
Volunteer Natalie Winner said: 'They run, jump, throw themselves on the floor-they even roll on their backs with legs in the air!--its all very un birdlike & very comical!''
The lower jaw bone of a forty five foot long whale which beached at Redcar has been put on display.
The bone, complete with teeth, was unveiled at the Zetland Lifeboat Museum today (March 27). The thirty five tonne mammal died, despite efforts to save it in May 2011.
Fred Brunskill, from the Zetland Lifeboat Museum says it was a rare incident.
The jaw bone of a sperm whale which died after becoming beached at Redcar in 2011 is to go on display on Teesside.
The lower jaw will be unveiled in a special ceremony at Zetland Lifeboat Museum later today (March 27).
A convicted robber from Teesside is on the run for the second time in a year.
Daniel Pearson, 29, absconded from Kirkham Prison in Lancashire on February 18. Police believe he could now be in the Redcar area.
Pearson, who is originally from Lazenby, was serving a sentence for robbery.
He also escaped from Kirklevington Prison in February last year and was on the run for seven days before being caught.
Lee Johnson, 12, has been found safe and well. He had been reported as missing from the Grangetown area of Redcar.