Middlesbrough residents are being asked to put forward the issues that matter to them which can be scrutinised to help inform council policy. The scrutiny process involves Middlesbrough's elected councillors examining any topic which impacts on the local area.
A flytipper held his hands up and said "yeah, fair enough" when confronted by a Middlesbrough Council neighbourhood safety warden. The incident occurred on Friday, January 29 at around 5pm when a white transit type van was captured on CCTV arriving at an entrance to Metz Bridge Caravan site.
A series of community support measures are being targeted at a Middlesbrough estate. It comes as residents in Pallister Park and the wider east Middlesbrough area demonstrated their support for a Polish family who had their vehicle damaged and were subject to racist abuse by youths.
Bars, pubs and eateries across Middlesbrough are being urged to play their part in stemming the spread of the deadly coronavirus pandemic. The warning from Middlesbrough Council's Public Protection Service follows a spate of flagrant rule breaches after Monday's easing of lockdown restrictions.
A true army of selfless volunteers is proving a lifeline for those struggling for food and shelter during lockdown. The Salvation Army are on the pandemic frontline with hot food, friendship and support for those in need during the worst public health crisis in living memory.