About Cookies

We want you to enjoy your visit to our website. That's why we use cookies to enhance your experience. By staying on our website you agree to our use of cookies.

Middlesbrough News

The North East Infidels held a rally following the march

Far-right group marches in Stockton

Christopher Wales, centre, has been found not guilty of sexual assault

Male nurse cleared of sexually assaulting man he met in gay bar

DEMENTIA: Consultation launched over dementia care centre

Consultation launched over dementia care centre

LADBROKES: The raid happened at one of the company's outlets.

Cack-handed thief dubbed "spontaneous cretin" by own barrister after botched robbery

GARDEN: Mike Heagney in his wonderful garden. Picture: STUART BOULTON.

Stunning garden open to the public for one day only

LEAVERS' BALL: Arron Nassau, Matty Winspear, Lewis Grimes

Pictures: Students from The King's Academy in Coulby Newham mark end of year in style

AWARD: Cleveland Police Chief Constable Jacqui Cheer.

Award ceremony for Cleveland Police officers and staff held at Teesside University

Cannabis farm worth £100,000 discovered in Middlesbrough

TIME CAPSULE: Middlesbrough College students Adam Tilley and Lois Wood with the specially designed time capsule. PICTURE: Dave Charnley

Public asked to decide what should go in new Middlesbrough time capsule

DOUBLE CELEBRATION: Father and daughter Andrew and Jenny Glazebrook

Father and daughter enjoy double celebration after graduating from same course in same place on same day

MURDERED: Anne Bury was shot dead in a Turkish villa in 2013.

Turkish gunman jailed for life for murder of North Yorkshire holidaymaker

PERFORMANCE: School children from across Teesside learn and perform body percussion piece ‘Connect It’ as part of the BBC’s Ten Pieces project at Centre Square, Middlesbrough picture: SARAH CALDECOTT

Pictures: Hundreds of children perform 'body percussion' in Middlesbrough Centre Square

Scooter rider seriously injured in collision

Scooter rider seriously injured in collision

TRIAL: Christopher Wales, centre, is charged with sexually assaulting a 20-year-old man he took home by performing a sex act on him

Straight man 'sexually assaulted as he slept by HIV man he had met in gay bar'

SUPPORT: Acting Senior Coroner Clare Bailey and Assistant Coroner Malcolm Donnelly who were praised for turning around Teesside Coroner's Service

Coroner boosted by new support service

BRAVE: Travis Ryan

Brave four-year-old Travis chases burglar through streets after she stole his TV

The scales of justice statue outside Teesside crown court.

Mother-of-seven convicted of trying to defraud Wonga in attempt to buy children clothes

CRITIC: Ian Robinson of Ian Robinson Pictures

Middlesbrough man goes viral after accusing 50 Shades author of hating women - and the English language

BURGLARY: A BMW Z4 similar to one that was stolen.

High performance car and jewellery stolen during burglaries

BURGLED: Lisa Robinson, 49, who has 'Sweet Nothing's' babywear shop Normanby Road, South Bank. She opened her business last Monday and was broken into Wednesday night.

Plea to recover stolen stock

ANTI SOCIAL: A fence has been built to stop motorbikes entering the green belt land known as Whale Hill tip

Rogue bikers stopped by new fence

Man arrested after woman's body found in Middlesbrough hotel

Man arrested after woman's body found in Middlesbrough hotel

BUNGEE: Anti-knife campaigner Theresa Cave

Fundraising continues as anti-knife website goes live

Dr. Ian Conrich, curator of an Easter Island exhibition at the Captain Cook Birthplace Museum, Middlesbrough, with a piece of a Moai style chess set.

Museums gets visitor approval

DYING: Environment Agency analysis shows the fish at Albert Park are not dying due to a lack of oxygen in the lake.

Nothing 'fishy' about deaths at Albert Park

SHELL SUIT: A throw back to the 80s with John Simons, Dave Brown, Alex Lester, Roger Lewis, Graham Robb, Paul Robinson and Ian Hughes (seated).

Turning back the clock at TFM

FRIENDS: Members of the newly formed Friends of the Tees Transporter Bridge group meet under the bridge.

Friends' group to span the Tees

POCKET ROCKET: Kerrianne Covell on a visit to performing arts students at Stockton Riverside College. Picture:SARAH CALDECOTT

North-East musicians to perform at region's airshow

RUBBISH: Katy Curran with some of her work

Artist's sculptures are rubbish...

TOP BROS: Top twenty ranked scooter brothers Luke (19) and Nathan Churchill (15) during a practice session at R-Kade skatepark in Redcar. Picture: CHRIS BOOTH (30151971)

Somersaulting scooterists from region among highest ranked in the world

DISPLAY: Dorman Museum Curator Gill Moore and lecturer Paul Denison of Teesside University with a book of Christopher Dresser's designs which is to go on display for a short time at the university. (30152321)

University to hold Christopher Dresser exhibition

FLATLINING: North Ormesby market in Middlesbrough

Teenagers could pitch up to revive North Ormesby Market

FOUND: Elaine Eccles

Vulnerable woman found safe and well

Ebony Watts won first prize in a 'My Town' drawing competition and her prize was handed over by Middlesbrough Mayor Dave Budd at the new Middlesbrough Sports Village. Picture: DOUG MOODY

Ebony captures the spirit of Middlesbrough

SHORTAGE: Crisis in attracting GPs to Middlesbrough. Picture: Anthony Devlin/PA Wire

Middlesbrough GP shortfall on brink of recruitment crisis

HELMET: A family are raising awareness of a condition called flathead syndrome - plagiocephaly and brachycephaly . Michelle and Gary Hamilton's son Alfie suffers from the condition. Dad Gary is to wear a helmet to raise awareness, Top medal winning athlet

Father takes on helmet challenge to raise awareness of son's medical condition

KITCHEN:  Chef lecturer Richard Ingram with Middlesbrough College students who took part in the North East Culinary and Trade Association (NECTA) competition (L-R) Claire Mawson, 18, Kim Moody, 31, Fran Jones, 18, and Lauren Kipling, 19.

Student chefs cook up a storm at regional culinary contest

ATTEMPTED ROBBERY: The Premier Store at Hollywalk Avenue in Normanby was targeted by two would-be robbers

Attempted robbery at Middlesbrough shop

JUSTICE: Valerie Cadman-Khan, who successfully sued Cleveland Police, with her daughter Aimee.

Officer suspended following payout to falsely arrested mother-of-five

STAGS: The Thompson Twins on Teesside Tintin's stag weekend

Teesside Tintin paints the town red on stag do

BOOK SIGNING: Artist Mackenzie Thorpe when he was signing his new book in Middlesbrough's Dorman Museum. Picture: STUART BOULTON

TripAdviser awards for two more Middlesbrough attractions

DYING: The fish at Albert Park are dying due to a lack of oxygen in the lake, fishermen claim

Dead fish found floating on lake surface due to lack of oxygen

FORCES: Children enjoy the activities at Armed Forces Day celebrations in Middlesbrough’s Centre Square  Picture: SARAH CALDECOTT

Veterans join cadets for Armed Forces Day

HELP: Tees Valley Rural Community Council wants volunteer drivers for a transport scheme it operates

Drivers wanted for community transport scheme

BURGLARS: Two burglars have each been jailed for 22 months at Teesside Crown Court

Burglars attacked man's car after he pursued them following break-in

READY FOR OFF: Neal Bullock, left, Ali Brownlee, Neil Maddison, Phil Stamp and Glenn Auckland. All pics by www.paulharrowphotography.co.uk

Fat Lads and Phat Lasses take to their bikes for Whitby to Middlesbrough charity challenge

TEAMWORK: Sarah Thorpe (standing right) of funder UK Steel Enterprise flanked by Steve Falconer (left) of Manor Youth & Community Centre and Craig Murphy (right) Prince’s Trust Team Leader with the young people on the Prince's Trust Team Programme and s

Prince's Trust team help children grow with new garden

CASH: Aitor Karanka is pictured with Teesside Philanthropic Foundation patrons Karl Pemberton (Active Chartered Financial Planners), Nigel Willis (First Choice Labels) and Ken Devereux (Devereux Transport).

Cash up for grabs

Tata steel workers across the North-East have called off a strike over pensions due to start on Monday

Tata Steel dispute: Strike called off as unions recommend workers accept last ditch deal

ROAD: Councillor Len Junier stands on Sadberge Street in North Omesby where contractors have re-surfaced the street around a parked car. Picture: TOM BANKS

Workmen tarmac around parked cars on street

Keep in touch with local news

Sign up for email alerts

Most read stories

  • 1

Local Info

Enter your postcode, town or place name

Research local amenities