Latest news stories from Middlesbrough Council
Cyber crime specialists from Cleveland Police believe that there are over 1400 computers affected with a Trojan horse in the Cleveland area.
The writer-in-residence for the Crossing the Tees Book Festival, Tracey Iceton, is to host a series of writing workshops.
Middlesbrough residents can now receive free travel planning to help make their journey to work or college simpler and cheaper.
From Monday (June 26) two hours free parking will no longer be available at the Buxton Street and mima car parks.
Live tattooing and family friendly yard games are among the new attractions at this Saturday’s Orange Pip Market Summer Special in Centre Square.
On Saturday 24 June the company will be offering free travel to armed forces personnel carrying a military ID card and to veterans carrying a veteran’s badge.
A fund-raising charity gig is being held at the weekend in aid of the victims of the Grenfell Tower tragedy.
Teesside will be turning to the Far East this summer as a three day festival celebrates the forgotten links between the region and Japan.
Middlesbrough’s former Register Office is being reduced to rubble as major multi-million pound regeneration works get underway.
A summer fun day is being held at Grove Hill Community Hub on Wednesday, August 9 at 11am-2pm.
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