Latest news stories from Middlesbrough Council
Energy companies will be made to help residents across Middlesbrough reduce their fuel bills in a landmark move by Middlesbrough Council.
A serving Middlesbrough councillor has been sanctioned after complaints of bullying and intimidation of council staff were upheld.
Agencies in Middlesbrough have showed their support for a campaign which aims to drive illegal money lenders out of the town.
A community art project that will become a centrepiece at a popular nature reserve has stepped up a notch following a creative workshop.
Selfish drivers creating parking chaos on a Middlesbrough estate are being warned they face hefty fines if they continue to flout the rules.
Middlesbrough's major economic ambitions boosted as it is named one of the Top 10 Small Cities in Europe by the Financial Times.
A leadership programme for young people aged 16-26 will take place in Middlesbrough next month.
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?
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An exciting new tourism service which promotes Tees Valley as a world-class destination has been launched today by the Combined Authority.
The leading architect for the historic Middlesbrough Railway Station has told how the design can be a further catalyst for city-scale developments.
Tesco have been requested to restore a piece of local heritage removed from a Middlesbrough property without planning permission.