Baroque Theatre Company, one of the country’s most acclaimed touring theatre companies, brings stylish comedy thriller Twist to Middlesbrough Theatre.
Middlesbrough residents are being urged to do their bit for the environment as part of International Compost Awareness Week.
Shops selling counterfeit and illicit cigarettes and tobacco have been shut down as part on an ongoing crackdown in Middlesbrough.
It's the play that rocked the nation with laughter when it first went out on tour – and if you didn’t catch Seriously Dead the first time round, well, don’t miss out this time.
The A66 eastbound remains closed at the Marton Road interchange following an accident this morning.
Middlesbrough's team saw off stiff competition from neighbouring authorities to win this year’s Apprenticeship Challenge.
A jobs fair is to take place in Middlesbrough to give the opportunity to meet employers who are currently recruiting and to find out about the support available to look for work.
Cleveland Fire Brigade is urging people to be careful around water as drowning in the UK is one of the leading causes of accidental death.
A pioneering venue to support breastfeeding mums and their families opens in Middlesbrough this week. The town’s Baby Café is being launched in the Live Well Centre.
Tariq Mahmood was convicted of plying for hire in his private hire vehicle when he appeared at Teesside Magistrates’ Court on Monday (April 16).
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Tech Nation 2018 singles out Middlesbrough as being in the vanguard of the UK’s burgeoning digital and hi-tech economy.
Haetham Majid Taha, of Parliament Street, Stockton, admitted driving without motor insurance when he appeared before Teesside Magistrates on Tuesday, May 8.
The hard-working trio from the Levick Court residential care home have won national recognition for their ‘impeccable’ work.