The world has changed - but Remembrance is just as important as ever. That's the message from Middlesbrough's Armed Forces Champions as they prepare for this year's commemorations. Councillors Ron Arundale and Barrie Cooper are urging local residents to mark Remembrance at Home.
Middlesbrough residents are reminded that they have until Friday, October 30 to give their views on a proposal for bigger bins and a move to fortnightly collections. The move would see household waste and recycling collected every two weeks.
An investment in the future of Middlesbrough's young people has moved a step forward after the Council launched its search for new youth services partners. Deputy Mayor Antony High is leading the rejuvenation of support for young people in the town.
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