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A special exhibition of postcards will take visitors on a trip down memory lane as one of the highlights of this year’s Discover Middlesbrough Festival.
Support is building in Middlesbrough for the Cook Islands Rugby League team as they get set to play Tonga at the Riverside Stadium this Sunday (October 30).
Free art and creativity wellbeing sessions are now available at the Dorman Museum in Middlesbrough.
MUSINC is putting Teesside’s young voices at the forefront through Amplify, a series of events for young people between 14 and 25.
Improvements are to be made to a key town centre cycle route in response to public feedback.
The stage at Middlesbrough Theatre will be alive with celebrations this weekend as the theatre celebrates its 65th birthday.
Middlesbrough residents are being notified of highway improvement works on Hall Drive in Acklam from Saturday, October 22 until Sunday, October 30.
A special event kicks off half term at the Dorman Museum tomorrow, October 22. Afterlife Explorers will feature embalming demonstrations, an Egyptian Book of the Dead session with Teesside Archives and an Egypt play area.
'Give it a try!' That was the message from one of North Ormesby Market’s latest traders to both potential customers and potential stallholders.
In defeat or victory, come rain or shine, we all love the Boro. And now a new art project aims to show how the colours of Middlesbrough FC provide a unifying force for people.
Santa’s little helpers have brought in some expert support as the countdown to the big day gets under way.
AV Dawson, owner and operator of Port of Middlesbrough, has unveiled a 200-metre square mural to celebrate the birthplace of modern Middlesbrough.
Retiring child protection officer Cath Dixon has been nominated for a Royal Honour for her 25 years of exemplary work at Acklam Grange School.
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