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Young audiences are in for a treat when Leaf comes to Middlesbrough Town Hall on Saturday, June 23.
Young drivers are getting a crash course in road safety as they celebrate the end of exams and the start of the summer holidays.
In May, staff from four large employers in Middlesbrough were given a five day challenge to find and use a greener, healthier way to travel to and from work.
New data published in time for World No Tobacco Day (May 31) by Action on Smoking Health shows that smoking costs the North East a massive £613.8 million a year .
Hundreds of work opportunities will be up for grabs at next week’s flagship Middlesbrough Jobs Fair.
A Middlesbrough children’s centre is moving to a temporary premises next week. Berwick Hills Children’s Centre’s last day at Berwick Hills School will be Friday, June 8.
The legendary band release their first new studio album in five years in September, before a 40-date UK tour brings them to Middlesbrough Town Hall.
Ageing Better Middlesbrough has teamed up with Debenhams and the Hillstreet Centre to revamp its monthly get together for the over 50s at the Debenhams Café.
A campaign to increase uptake of life-saving cervical screening on Teesside has been honoured with an award from a national charity.
A community event to encourage people of all ages into summer activities is being held at Acklam Rugby Club on Saturday, June 2 from 9.30am.
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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.
Local children’s literacy levels outperform national improvement as National Literacy Trust Hub in Middlesbrough marks 5th anniversary