Wednesday, 01 October 2014 18:55

Teesside Photo of the month competition - October 2014

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Teesside Photo of the month sponsored by Tomlinson Hall

Many thanks to last months entrants for providing the closest vote so far, with only three votes separating 1st & 2nd place! Congratulations again to our eventual winner Mark Brooke.

We are now open to entries for October's Teesside Photo of the Month. This month, the theme is 'Teesside at Night' and as usual, your entry should contain your interpretation of the theme, plus an element of Teesside.

Teesside is beautiful - we all know that and now is your chance to prove it with The People's Republic of Teesside's Photo of the Month!

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Wednesday, 01 October 2014 18:29

Teesside Photo of the Month WINNER - September

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Teesside Photo of the month winner September 2014 - Stephen Hornsey

Wow, what a competition this month was! Starting as a three horse raise, two images eventually battled each other for the top spot with the winner being decided in the end by only three votes! Great stuff! Congratulations to this month's winner, Mark Brooke with this great image of Saltburn Bank.

The very close second place this month went to Rob Watt with a great photo from the top of the Redcar Beacon.

Click here to read the whole article and see the winning entries

Tuesday, 30 September 2014 20:06

Kerrianne Covell, Mink (Middlesbrough Live)

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Kerriane Covell

Will she? Won't she?. Boro's own diva-in-the-making left fans on tenterhooks right until the last minute whether she would make what turned out to be a huge coup for Mink.

Now call me an old cynic but I think X Factor from judges houses onwards is somewhat scripted.

Like WWF but for all the family so it remains to be seen whether we'll ever get to see Kerrianne again in such intimate surroundings as Mr Cowell hasn't been returning my calls.

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