A care home in Murton is inviting local people to visit the home to join in its celebrations for Care Home Open Day.
Redcar-based solicitor Cygnet Law has made a significant donation to support ex-Middlesbrough player Charlie Bell in the London Marathon.
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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.
A national waste management company has pledged to support jobs for young people in the North East with the creation of new apprentice opportunities. CSG, the UK’s leading supplier of specialist waste management solutions, has
Redcar-based solicitor Cygnet Law is calling for a change in legislation to grant separated couples faster access to non-fault divorces.
Cygnet Law in Redcar is offering advice to separating couples over pet custody, following the recent high profile divorce proceedings of Ant McPartlin and Lisa Armstrong.
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.
Leading builder Persimmon Homes Teesside has donated £1,000 to Hartlepool’s Alice House Hospice.