Latest news stories from Middlesbrough Council
Two Middlesbrough landlords have been hit with hefty court fines for failing to comply with a local licensing scheme.
NHS England is urging people in North Cumbria and the North East to see a pharmacist or make an appointment to see a GP for non-emergency health issues over Easter.
The campaign encourages smokers to quit or take it outside, ensuring children and grandchildren are not regularly exposed to smoke in indoor spaces.
An exciting new tourism service which promotes Tees Valley as a world-class destination has been launched today by the Combined Authority.
The leading architect for the historic Middlesbrough Railway Station has told how the design can be a further catalyst for city-scale developments.
Tesco have been requested to restore a piece of local heritage removed from a Middlesbrough property without planning permission.
The journey of Frankenstein from limited edition literature into the bloodstream of contemporary culture 200 years later will be explored.
World Book Night is to be celebrated in Middlesbrough with two authors talking about their work on Tuesday, April 24 from 7pm-8.30pm.
Local authors Zak Uddin and Roxie Cooper will introduce their debut novels and talk about their writing in a Middlesbrough Libraries event this evening.
Fancy learning how to grow your own tasty fruit and vegetables? Then Middlesbrough Environment City’s renowned Vegetable Growing course is just what you’re looking for.
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