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Live Well Centre relocation plans refused over ‘criminality’ concerns and loss of retail space

Plans to relocate a town centre health hub offering addiction support have been turned down amid concerns over the “reality and perception” of crime...

Council bosses approve sale of Middlesbrough manufacturing park to highest bidder

Council leaders have approved the sale of TeesAMP to the highest bidder at an unpublished sum.The manufacturing park on the edge of Riverside Industrial...

General Election candidates react to Prime Minister’s shock 4 July announcement

Rishi Sunak’s surprise announcement of a 4 July General Election has fired the starting gun for Teesside’s Parliamentary hopefuls.The news came as a surprise...

Unsafe, frustrated and forgotten: the stark realities facing Middlesbrough most deprived families

Signs of hardship in Middlesbrough are hard to miss – whether it’s an increase in homelessness, lengthy queues at food banks or local services...

Community centre plans move step forward with spades expected in the ground by February

Plans for a long-awaited community facility in Nunthorpe are set to be drawn up with spades expected in the ground by February.The proposed new...

TeesAMP set to be sold to highest bidder at price well above valuation

A high-tech manufacturing park in Middlesbrough is set to be sold to the top bidder after a flurry of interest from potential buyers.Council leaders...

Hotel groups eye up decaying Crown pub as survey assesses economic viability

Hotel groups have expressed an interest in developing the Crown pub in Middlesbrough which has stood rotting since 2015.The building on the corner of...

Ben Houchen on bus fare caps, free swimming and removal of controversial cycle lane

Ben Houchen kicked off his third term as Tees Valley Mayor by pledging to make good his election promises including a £1 bus fare...

Councillor facing calls to resign over ‘deeply offensive’ anti-Israel posts

Calls have been sounded for the resignation of a Middlesbrough councillor over anti-Israel posts he shared on Facebook.As reported, Central ward Cllr Zafar Uddin...

Evidence suggests election participation has continued to decline in Tees Valley and across the country

Two weeks before the Tees Valley Mayoral election, a poll suggested almost 40 per cent of people were unaware it was even taking place.Based...

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