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Group name revealed for Teesside hospital trusts

Two long-standing hospital trusts have unveiled a new group name.Moving forward the partnership between the North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust and the...

Middlesbrough Mayor addresses ‘saga’ of brown bin roll-out Amidst resident concerns and criticism

Middlesbrough Mayor Chris Cooke has labelled the new brown bins roll-out in the town as a “bit of a saga” at a community meeting...

Newly elected police commissioner already under pressure to relinquish other roles to ‘devote their all’ to job

A long-standing Middlesbrough councillor has called on Cleveland‘s newly elected police and crime commissioner to step away from all other interests in order to...

Middlesbrough council faces legal challenge over bin contract amidst transparency concerns

Middlesbrough Council has been threatened with legal action over the award of a contract to distribute and deliver new brown wheelie bins.The bins are...

Elderly widow scammed £13,800 by rogue trader for shoddy home repairs sees justice served

An elderly widow was fleeced out of £13,800 by a rogue trader who carried out substandard roofing and cladding work on her home.The victim,...

Behind the statistics: Eva Women’s Aid reveals challenges faced by domestic abuse survivors in seeking justice.

Domestic abuse crimes are continuing to rise in the Cleveland Police force area while there has been an increasing trend for more victims to...

Ex-mayor accuses council of dithering over cost-cutting children’s homes plan

Former Middlesbrough Mayor Andy Preston says the council “procrastinated” over plans to create more in-house children’s homes and “millions have been wasted” as a...

Council’s three-year plan promising thriving, healthier, safer and more ambitious Middlesbrough

A three-year plan endorsed by executive members on Middlesbrough Council envisages the town becoming a “thriving, healthier, safer and more ambitious” place.It also describes...

Ex-leader calls for combined authority ‘reboot’ and says councillors have been treated as ‘second class’

A former local authority leader has criticised the treatment of councillors at Ben Houchen’s Tees Valley Combined Authority (TVCA) as “second class”.Sue Jeffrey led...

Council seeking ‘best value’ as steps taken towards disposing of huge swathe of land for eventual 1,000 homes

Councillors have agreed on a proposal to dispose of farmland in Middlesbrough which could eventually be the location for a thousand new homes.The 71...

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