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Teesside

(ˈtiːzˌsaɪd)
n
(Placename) the industrial region around the lower Tees valley and estuary: a county borough, containing Middlesbrough, from 1968 to 1974
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Tees Valley, a recent and dubious attempt to fill in for the County of Cleveland, Tees-side, later Teesside - no hyphen - a thoroughly sensible name for the area from Billingham to Redcar, Teesside as it were.
But those talks were scuppered yesterday morning when heavy snow in the north of England caused chaos on the roads and shut the trans Pennine A66 which is the main route out of Tees-side.
The 58-year-old was jailed in July at Tees-side Crown Court for six years and three months after admitting faking his death in a canoeing accident to allow wife Anne to make fraudulent insurance and pension claims.
The North East has suffered particularly badly with the cold snap of weather this week, but the Arena pitch has been covered since Wednesday, and the Tees-side club are confident that the surface will be playable.
Newcastle-based Chieftain's wholly-owned subsidiary R Blackett Charlton has secured a three-year maintenance and project services contract with Tees-side chemical giant Huntsman Pigments.
The Tees-side location also offers a bridging course enabling ex-service fire-fighters to develop the skills necessary for a civilian role: the first started in November this year.
Natalie, of Thornaby, in Tees-side, and 22-year-old James, of Manchester, are now set to tie the knot at a military wedding complete with guard of honour.
He followed his stint on Tees-side with an unsuccessful spell at Leeds in 2002 but lasted less than eight months at Elland Road - and should he take over at Boro his appointment could be a temporary measure as the club groom Gareth Southgate and Colin Cooper for coaching roles.
The Tigers are still seething over a nailbiting defeat on Tees-side last Thursday.
MIDDLESBROUGH returned to Tees-side from a team-building trip to Spain to prepare for a trip to Coventry with captain Gareth Southgate admitting it is the last thing they need.
5m before ending a miserable 12 months on Tees-side by joining Leeds.
The BMI Baby flight from Palma, Majorca, with 129 passengers and five crew aboard, had been preparing to land at Tees-side Airport.