Latest news stories from Middlesbrough Council
Two kings of the Middlesbrough jungle came face to face at the Dorman Museum as Boro mascot Roary called in to welcome back one of its oldest residents.
Pregnant women and women with babies and young children, who have faced difficulty accessing antenatal and postnatal services, are being asked by a national commission to help change existing healthcare policies.
A Middlesbrough charity that supports the town's homeless has received a Christmas windfall thanks to a unique recycling scheme.
Middlesbrough's Food Power Alliance is calling on the Government and all parties to act now to end UK hunger.
Interested in a career in adult health and social care? A free course is taking place at Easterside Community Hub with a guaranteed job interview at the end.
There are just days left for people in Tees Valley to have their say on the priorities and proposals for the future of travel across the region.
Members of the public are being warned to be on the alert for a scam apparently targeting the elderly.
A nuisance who has plagued visitors to a Middlesbrough shopping centre has spent a day behind bars after being arrested by Cleveland Police's Chief Constable.
A repeat arsonist who has terrorised a Middlesbrough shopping centre has been banned from the area and hit with an order to improve his behaviour.
A campaign is being launched in Middlesbrough's schools to push the town's children to realise that The Sky's The Limit.
A team who help Middlesbrough's older, disabled or vulnerable residents live more independently in their own homes have been recognised for their work.
Meet the motivators - the team of three hitting the roads on their mission to make Middlesbrough a healthier and happier place.
A brand new festive stage show is heading to Newham Grange Farm from this Sunday, December 8.
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