Latest news stories from Middlesbrough Council
A new website that enables students to showcase their skills to employers and educational institutes has been launched in Middlesbrough.
Exciting plans for one of the region’s foremost office developments are set to take a major step forward later this month.
One of the region’s leading cultural events returns to Middlesbrough this summer – why not get involved?
Middlesbrough Theatre has lined up another sparkling show this Christmas to add even more glitz and fizz to your festive season.
A week of action is being launched in Middlesbrough to crack down on loan sharks who prey on vulnerable people.
A community advice day is being held at North Ormesby Community Hub on Thursday, February 15.
Middlesbrough libraries and community hubs are working to help people living with dementia and their carers through their popular dementia cafes.
Volunteers are being sought to show off the iconic Tees Transporter Bridge to visitors from across the world.
Middlesbrough's Centre Square fountain has been running green to raise awareness of sexual abuse and sexual violence.
A recruitment drive has begun at a water utilities firm which chose Middlesbrough over other major English cities.
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Middlesbrough will celebrate International Women’s Day with three events – including the lighting of the iconic Bottle of Notes in the colours of the suffragettes.
Middlesbrough Council Chief Executive Tony Parkinson has called for elected members to show respect and decency towards staff.
Emergency action has today been taken to halt works in a conservation area due to the part-removal of a piece of local heritage without planning permission.