Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)

A daily newspaper and online news service serving the Teesside, Middlesborough, and North East England areas. Provides up-to-the-minute news of politics, sports, crime, business, and entertainment. Sports stories focus in particular on the Middlesborough Football Club.

Articles from September 27, 2005

450 Asda Jobs
Byline: Helen Logan Hundreds of jobs are sailing into Teesside, it was confirmed today. Supermarket giant Asda has signed a landmark deal to develop a pounds 20m import centre at Teesport, which will create 300 jobs. A second phase is also planned...
70pc Back Demolition Plans for Housing
Byline: Sandy Mckenzie More than 70pc of people back the demolition of some of Middlesbrough's central terraced housing, according to surveys published today. The results will be used to back Middlesbrough Council's bid for government cash towards...
Attacks on Cars Fall after Clean-Up
Arson attacks on cars in Hartlepool have plummeted after a major clampdown on abandoned and nuisance vehicles across the town. Fire chiefs today welcomed the reduction and praised Hartlepool Council for its effective clean-up campaign. The council's...
Best Feet Forward in the Big Run
Byline: Karen Mclauchlan Play your part by cheering the race ON your marks, get set, go! There are just days to go until hundreds of Teesside runners will be pulling on their trainers to take part in the Tees Pride Middlesbrough 10k Road Race....
Big Move for Little
Byline: Karen Mclauchlan Going for growth with a new pounds 650k site A Teesside firm is going for growth with a major investment in new premises. Independent financial advisers Bob Little & Co is pumping more than pounds 650,000 into...
Cloud Hangs over McClaren
Fans' talk about boss's future throws a shadow over Boro's big season THERE was only one name being muttered in the underpasses by the simmering crowds fleeing the scene of the Sunderland disaster. Actually, there were two if you include some...
Could Abi-Nicole Be the Youngest Ever Wedding Guest?
Byline: Michelle Ruane Surprise for Auntie Ceri IS this the youngest wedding guest ever? Baby Abi-Nicole Manley was only NINE HOURS OLD when she made an unexpected appearance at her aunt's big day. Her mum Karen Buckton gave birth at 3.37am...
Cricket
Shane Warne is expected to return to first-class cricket Down Under on Saturday in a limited overs club match in front of fewer than 1,000 fans. Fresh from starring in the greatest Ashes series in history, Warne - the leading wicket taker in Test history...
Designed for Success
Choosing the right office space is a vital business decision, and one which can impact significantly on company performance. Yet many are failing to make the most of this important asset. JOHN BURNS, pictured, leading architect with Mackellar Architecture...
Grace Cooks Up a Few New Recipes
Residents in Stockton are sharing ideas when it comes to healthy eating. And a community collection of tasty, nutritious recipes is set to be the result of their hard work. Residents of Stockton's Parkfield area have been working on a healthy...
Gregg Easteal
The crucifixion of Kate Moss got me thinking. Do we really disapprove of anything in this country? Or do we just delight in degrading people guilty of that great sin - getting caught. I call my first witness - Richard Bacon. Several years...
I'm Scared They Will Come Back and Get Me
Byline: Joanne Emmerson Ten-year-old's fears after knifepoint robbery A TEN-YEAR-OLD schoolgirl attacked at knifepoint during a daylight robbery has spoken of her ordeal. Kayleigh Storey, of Guisborough, was on her way to a friend's house...
'I Wish I'd Gone to the Golf'
Derby defeat leaves many in despair for the future SEE your views in print. Let us know your opinions on all things Boro Send an email to sport@eveninggazette.co.uk I HAVE just witnessed one of the most inept performances by a Middlesbrough team...
Lest We Forget
Byline: James Johnston Living historyonD-Daybeaches D-DAY veterans paid an emotional visit to the beaches of Normandy to recount their experiences for Teesside schoolchildren. Tommy Taylor and George Greenwood were among the thousands of Allied...
Middlehaven's First Building Is Completed
Byline: Ian Mcneal The first building on the pounds 500m Middlehaven development in Middlesbrough has been completed, the Gazette can reveal. Developer Terrace Hill confirmed that building work on its three-storey 31,000sq ft Hudson Quay 1 has...
Neil Hopes to Win Call-Up
Byline: Andrew Wilkinson And Adam Steel Darlington winger Neil Wainwright is hoping for an immediate recall when Darlington seek to get back to winning ways at home to Boston tonight (7.30). Quakers have not won any of their last four games,...
Now I Can Be Legally Yours
Delightassame-sex couples finally get chance to 'marry' SAME-SEX "weddings" will be celebrated all over the UK this December as the Civil Partnerships Act comes into effect. This month, Middlesbrough Register Office is holding an open day for...
On Display
Nps Media, of Middlesbrough has produced and despatched its first export order - a large exhibition for Hydro Polymers for use at the opening of a new caustic soda plant in Rafnes Norway. The display consisted 120 2.3 metre long full colour drops on...
On the Map
Byline: Allan Boughey Trophy boost for Teesside THE Seve Trophy has helped put Teesside on the world sporting map. TV pictures from the big golf event at the Wynyard Club were beamed around the world with around 40 million viewers tuning in...
Our Say: Tuesday
Supermarket giant Asda has today given Tees Valley a huge vote of confidence. Work is starting on its new pounds 20m import centre at Teesport which will create hundreds of jobs for this region. Not only is this fantastic news for our local economy,...
Prescott Targets Redcar Trophy
A maximum field of 26 looks assured for the totepool Two-Year-Old Trophy at Redcar on Saturday after 54 juveniles were left in at the confirmation stage. Sir Mark Prescott is targeting the Cleveland track's richest race with recent Ayr winner Violette....
Pressing On
Byline: Alan Plews A man who recently made Teesside his home has undertaken a radical change of career allowing him to offer the hands-on customer service he has always wanted. And Impress Ironing - an ironing service for domestic and commercial...
Riggott Ready to Face Xanthi
Byline: Eric Paylor Chris Riggott today pledged himself ready, willing and able to answer Steve McClaren's defensive problems. The 25-year-old centre-back came through 45 minutes of action for Boro reserves last week and looks to have booked...
Sea the Light
Byline: Dave Robson Pier illuminations on horizon LIGHTING-UP time for Saltburn's Victorian Pier is on the horizon. The North-east coast's last pleasure pier is ready to be illuminated from dusk to midnight after work to install lighting was...
Seve Could Be Back
Byline: Allan Boughey Teesside golf fans' support of the Seve Trophy could ensure the Wynyard Club becomes the event's permanent home. European golf officials as well as Amen Corner, the Spanish company that runs the Seve Trophy, were amazed...
Shipping in More Jobs
Byline: Helen Logan Asda move a boost for port vision THE fight to win support for a pounds 300m deep sea container terminal on Teesside took a significant step forward today. The plan by Middlesbrough firm PD Ports for Teesport could create...
Stylish Win for Internet Sales
Byline: Alan Plews A lifestyle store on Teesside has won a top North-east e-retailing award. Triads, the Middlesbrough-based store owned by Collin and Gary Donaldson, has walked away with the Best Sales and Marketing On-line title and runner-up...
Teenage Sensation
David lifts Jedi title athisfirst attempt JEDI knight David Hodgson is celebrating a stunning title victory in only his first full season out of kart racing. For the teenager from Kirklevington, near Yarm, clinched the Formula Jedi Championship...
That's Champion
Byline: Preview Champions gallery, a winner at Salisbury two weeks ago, can strike again over the same seven furlongs tomorrow. David Elsworth's youngster recorded a three-quarter-length call over Isphahan following a promising debut run at Newbury...
Time to Rev Up Your Go-Karts
A wacky race is being organised to raise money for Marie Curie Cancer Care. The Go Karting Endurance Challenge is a two and a half hour race taking place at Warden Law, Houghton-le-Spring on Sunday, November 27. Teams of five sponsored individuals...
We Can't Close Door on Bill Row after FOUR Years
Byline: Sarah Stack A family has crossed swords with a local authority over a bill for a damaged door - four years after their offer of payment was refused. Disabled pensioner Evelyn Guthrie, who has lived at her Fawcett Way home in Thornaby...
What's Best for Baby?
Today we publish the first part of a three-day series looking at how massive changes in the health service across Teesside and North Yorkshire will affect you. The Darzi Review proposes far-reaching changes in how our hospital services are provided...
Whole New Wold Opens
Shoppers are going potty for pottery after the opening of a gallery in Loftus. Wold Pottery moved from Helmsley to a former butcher's shop in Loftus High Street which sees the business both make and sell its pottery products on the same site. ...
Will the Real Utd Turn Up?
Byline: Champions League Darren Fletcher reckons Manchester United will turn on the style to win over their disgruntled supporters. Eighteen months of frustration at the abandonment of orthodox wingers boiled over at Old Trafford on Saturday...
You Have Been Warned
Byline: Andrew Pain A judge issued a stern warning to young louts across Teesside as he put five teenagers behind bars for an attack in a takeaway. The Stockton gang launched an attack on the owners of the Lucky Garden Chinese takeaway at Elm...
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