Under Secretary of State at the Department for Education, Lord Agnew takes a tour of Sunderland College.
Northern Powerhouse minister Jake Berry MP and Tees Valley Mayor Ben Houchen visit TWI Technology Centre on the Riverside Park Industrial Estate in Middlesbrough to unveil a new £8 million materials facility. They are pictured with the director for innovations and skills at TWI, Proff Tat-Hean-Gan.
Up The Boro
Announcement of a multi-million pound digital project in Middlesbrough by the town's mayor Andy Preston.
A road traffic accident on the A167 near Darlington resulting in closure of the road for the whole day.
Oh Yes She Is
Anne Hegerty from TV's The Chase is to star in the Sleeping Beauty panto at Middlesbrough Theatre.
Strickly Come Dancing judge Shirley Ballas promotes this year's Darlington panto, Jack and the Beanstalk.
The Yorkshire Women's Proactive Cycling Conference celebrates the Women's Elite Road Race of the Yorkshire 2019 UCI Road World Championships coming to Bradford.
14 year old Ellie Mallett and Middlesbrough Mayor Andy Preston in the centre of the town with one of the very rare and highly valued 50 pence pieces which are being put into general circulation as part of the Great British Coin Hunt.
The Knife Angel come to Middlesbrough. A national monument against violence and aggression constructed from blades and weapons.
The Cleveland Show 2019 takes place at Stewart Park in Middlesbrough. The Jamie Squibb Freestyle Motocross Arena Stunt Show.
Head for Heights
A rebranding launch With Durham Tees Valley Airport returning to its name of Teesside (International) Airport. Tees Valley Mayor Ben Houchen.
A look around the old Odeon cinema in Bradford City Centre as it undergoes demolition work.
Heritage on Wheels
Bradford Council is working with the Jowett Car Club on a project to restore a 1938 Jowett 10. The car is unloaded at the Bradford Industrial Museum, Moorside Mills by Chris Spencer and (chairman) Paul Beaumont of the Jowett Car Club.
The aftermath of a ram raid that was carried out on the McColl's newsagents on Broadstone Way in Holme Wood, Bradford.
Love Me Like You Do
Ellie Goulding performs at the Radio 1 Big Weekender at Stewart Park, Middlesbrough.
KP Snacks Teesside officially opens its new pellet manufacturing facility at its factory in Billingham. Site general manager Lee Appleby, and Tees Valley Mayor, Ben Houchen on the production line.
Holocaust survivor Joanna Millan visits Ferryhill Business and Enterprise College to give a talk to year 9 pupils about her experiences.
Middlesbrough-born artist Mackenzie Thorpe unveils his sculpture 'Waiting For Me Dad' at the Transporter Bridge in the town.
Off the Street
Insp Jon Hagen at Coulby Newham Police Station with a collection of knives and sharp objects handed in across Cleveland during a week-long national knife surrender.
An open day in recognition of the 10th anniversary of the Sir Bobby Robson Cancer Trials Research Centre at the Freeman Hospital in Newcastle. Professor Ruth Plummer, director of the Centre, consultant and trustee of the Sir Bobby Robson Foundation, Andrew Robson (son of Sir Bobby and Lady Elsie) and Lady Elsie Robson cut the celebratory cake.
Students demonstrate over climate change-related issues in Durham market square as part of the #fridayforfuture campaign.
A Chinese New Year celebration event in the centre of Durham City. Some Chinese outfits and models on display at the town hall.
Sporting Star Support
Former England and British Lions rugby player Rory Underwood MBE visits Zoe's Place Baby Hospice to celebrate a grant from the Wooden Spoon Society and Rugby Tots being awarded.
A display of the traditional Sword Dance by the Redcar Sword Dancers at of Greatham near Hartlepool.
Quorn officially open their new forming factory in Billingham. Tees Valley Mayor Ben Houchen is shown around by Quorn Foods CEO Kevin Brennan.
Protesters outside County Hall in Durham City over the proposed closure of ward six at Bishop Auckland Hospital.