Latest news stories from Middlesbrough Council
A fund-raising appeal is being launched to acquire a rare Captain Cook artefact for Middlesbrough.
The Chapel of Remembrance at Teesside Crematorium will be closed from Monday, June 11 for around three months.
Join a tiny snail on her trip round the world in a magical, musical production inspired by the fantastic bestselling picture book The Snail and the Whale.
A new primary school could be built on land at the former Nature’s World site in Middlesbrough.
The latest piece of Middlesbrough’s public poetry has been unveiled with its words celebrating the joys of city living.
A dance spectacular at Middlesbrough Town Hall has been hailed as ‘life-changing’ by the volunteers who made it happen.
An illegal Middlesbrough tattooist has been stopped from trading to protect public health following complaints from about hygiene standards.
Hundreds of work opportunities will be up for grabs at tomorrow’s (Wednesday, June 6) flagship Middlesbrough Jobs Fair.
Key improvements in car parking are being proposed as part of the ongoing Middlesbrough city-scale development aspirations.
Middlesbrough employers are being urged to join an employee service which bridges the gap between education and employment.
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Purquoise Festival of Creative Arts returns for its second successful year on Saturday 30 June.
After three sell-out UK tours, Dirty Dusting returns to the Middlesbrough Theatre Stage on Sunday, June 24.
Middlesbrough town centre will host a day of celebrations to mark the annual day of recognition for the country’s Armed Forces this weekend.