Latest news stories from Middlesbrough Council
A Teesside MP has pledged to support a legal campaign launched by law students to secure fair compensation for all victims of sexual abuse.
Motorists are being advised of temporary road closures as works to improve a busy Middlesbrough junction come to an end.
A general dealer and butcher’s shop has been stopped from trading after Middlesbrough Council Environmental Health Officers discovered health-risk conditions.
Detailed proposals have been drawn up for a major road improvement scheme to improve traffic flow at a key junction in south Middlesbrough.
Gothic musical storytellers The Book of Darkness& Light will bring their dramatic show to Middlesbrough Reference Library next month.
A piece of history given to Middlesbrough four decades ago has been loaned back to the donors for their annual conference.
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A popular nature reserve will be given a makeover later this month as part of a community initiative.
The owner of a Middlesbrough shisha lounge has been fined a total of £2,638.20 after allowing customers to smoke in the premises.
Dental teams met in Middlesbrough this week with a shared aim – to better children’s oral health in the region.