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Middlesbrough News

Government minister James Wharton has branded Cleveland Police "rotten" and called for a thorough independent investigation

Claims by minister that Cleveland force is rotten are "misleading and damaging", says temporary chief constable

30-year-old Richard Bell from the Ormesby area of Middlesbrough died following A174 collision.

Motorcyclist dies after crashing at 106mph on the A174

Teesside Combined Court Centre, Middlesbrough

Married man from Middlesbrough with 'deep and unhealthy' interest in young girls is jailed

Police and Crime Commissioner for Cleveland Barry Coppinger

Plans to close under-used police stations as major changes and job losses on the cards at Cleveland Police

Man and his dog threatened with baton in Marton attempted robbery

Man and his dog threatened with baton in Marton attempted robbery

Firefighters found a cannabis farm with plants worth an estimated £150,000 after being called to a house fire after being called to a fire at a house in Falmouth Street, Middlesbrough.

Dangerous DIY wiring causes fire at cannabis farm - firefighters find plants worth £150,000

Karl Pemberton of Teesside Philanthropic Foundation with previous £10,000 Goalden (CORR) Giveaway winners, Teesside Wheelchair Basketball Club.

Goalden opportunity for good causes

There's still time to enter this year's The Northern Echo Schools Awards

Nomination window extended for The Northern Echo Schools Awards 2016

Delays on A19 Tees Flyover after crash between lorry and car

Delays on A19 Tees Flyover after crash between lorry and car

CLEAN: James Stoker, Abbie Winter and William Thompson of new business Chilli Cake Deli in Middlesbrough celebrate receiving a top food hygiene rating with Cllr Julia Rostron.

Valentine's Day diners urged to check restaurants' food hygiene rating before booking a table

GMB says bin collections could be one of the services affected by job cuts.

Job cuts rising at fund-hit local councils, GMB union warns.

REMEMBERED: Gavin Humphries, whose father Norman first spotted Bryan Robson, says thanks to football giant in person at Dormans Club, Middlesbrough

Football legend and former Boro manager Bryan Robson pays tribute to the man who discovered him at emotional evening

A MIDDLESBROUGH school opened its doors this week after a major makeover. Newport Primary School is looking forward to growing in size following the creation of three new classrooms.The work was officially unveiled by Chair of Governors Councillor Tracy H

Three classrooms added on to school as part of £700,000 revamp

DOGS: Coulby Newham veterinary nurses Ashley Whitehead and Amy Hood in Sri Lanka with some dogs they helped look after

Coulby Newham veterinary nurses go to the dogs in Sri Lanka

DIRTY: Chai Wallah Yarm High Street, restaurant shocked a food safety officer who said it was one of the worst cases he had ever seen in more than 20 years.

Yarm restaurant owner jailed for food hygiene in what inspector said was "one of the worst cases in 20 years"

HONOURED: Ron Tucker from Middlesbrough who has been awarded the Legion d’Honneur with his proud daughter Ann Sutton. PICTURE: Doug Moody.

D-Day war hero who lied about his age at 16 to fight the Nazis receives Legion d'Honneur

Middlesbrough artist Alan Morley with some of his work at MIMA in Middlesbrough

Pioneering artists endorse only joint work of art

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn during a visit on Thursday to Middlesbrough College's STEM Centre

Labour leader visits education centre that's helping retrain Teesside's steelworkers

Jeremy Corbyn during a visit to Middlesbrough today to meet former SSI steelworkers who lost their jobs last year and are now retraining at Middlesbrough's £20m Stem Centre, an industrial training centre run by Middlesbrough College

Jeremy Corbyn recommends coat to Darlington's pyjama mums

A lorry blown over during a previous storm

Severe weather warning issued for 70mph winds

The scene of the accident. Picture: Matt Westcott

Two-car accident during school run

Stuart Monk, owner of Jomast gives evidence to the Home Affairs Select Committee Picture: Parliament TV

Housing company chief accused of behaving like 'Pontius Pilate' over red doors for asylum seekers row

Foster carers from Tees Valley launch a campaign to encourage more people to take in teenagers

More than 600 teens in Teesside and Darlington need foster care

Former soldier caught with drugs walks free from Teesside Crown Court.

Ex soldier found with thousands of pounds worth of drugs walks free from court

Prince Bishop art teacher Stuart Collier with 2015 Gold Award winner Josh Causier, surrounded by fellow pupils and teaching assistant Vicky Parker.

Artistic pupils to have work displayed in Japan

Craig Liddle, 29, has been found safe and well, Cleveland Police reported today

Craig Liddle, 29, found safe and well in Hartlepool area

This fox was rescued by police after reports that youths were setting a dog on it. Photo: Cleveland Police.

Fox attacked by group of teenagers given clean bill of health and is to be released

Pic (left to right): Dave Beattie, Tracy Lee, Dave Burton and Dave Atkinson, of Rounton Coffee

Coffee roasters seeking crowdfunding for ethical cafe in Middlesbrough

ART: Jeremie Mabiala making The Art Collector sculpture in the Congo

Forthcoming Middlesbrough art exhibition "as much about ethics as art"

Shannon Barstow, a 20-year-old dancer who opened the trust’s Institute of Learning Research and Innovation (LRI) after benefitting from clinical trials at The James Cook University Hospital

Medical professionals heading into the dragons lair to secure funding

STOLEN: A ring stolen from a property at Normanby, near Middlesbrough

Jewellery worth thousands of pounds stolen from Normanby home

Cleveland Police

Driver who verbally abused young woman is being hunted by police

Appeal for witnesses to road rage incident on Catcote Road, Hartlepool. Picture: Google Images.

Appeal after motorists involved in road rage incident in Hartlepool

HISTORIC: Acklam Hall in Middlesbrough

Acklam Hall prepares to re-open after multi-million pound refurbishment

Piles of rubbish at the recycling site in Coulby Newham, Middlesbrough, in December 2014.

Coulby Newham residents praised for drop in fly-tipping

Trinity Mews where North Ormesby Walk-In centre is located.

Walk-in centre plans under the spotlight

Iain Spittal (correct), the new temporary chief constable at Cleveland Police

New temporary chief constable takes over at Cleveland

From left, James Burton, Adam Fairbrother, Kristian Putman, Marco De La Chica, Dominic Ashton and Ross Henderson. Picture: AMY PETTLER

Students set for cross-continental cycle challenge

Middlesbrough v Leeds

Leeds fans' group urges boycott of rearranged Middlesbrough game

John Ginty

'Particularly nasty' - Middlesbrough estate's 'cowboy' escapes jail term for killing pregnant deer

Acting Sergeant Gareth Chalmers, of Cleveland Police, with Joanna Mason after she was reunited with missing parrots, Missy and Snoop Dogg

Parrot thief has his wings clipped as judge jails him for two years

QUESTIONS: Redcar MP Anna Turley demands answers from the Government about their plans for the Redcar steelworks site

Government told to come clean about plans for SSI Redcar site

SITE: Brantano's store in Darlington

Shoe shop Brantano with stores across County Durham goes into administration

Missing Nicola Riley

Hunt for missing Marske woman

Brain surgeon Fred Nath with one of his novels, The Cyclist

Brain surgeon pens fourteenth book

Donna Major and sister Beverley Boden are organising a charity event on the 4th March at Liberty's In Town as other sister Kelly Boden requires a kidney transplant because the kidney she received 22 years ago is failing. Brother Richard Boden is donating

Brother and sister will go under the knife together as he donates a kidney to her

Two cars stolen after owners leave engines on to warm up

Two cars stolen after owners leave vehicles running to de-ice

Hundreds of state secondary schools fell below the Government's floor targets after failing to ensure that enough pupils gained five good GCSE grades and made sufficient progress in English and maths

Which North-East secondary schools are classed as failing?

As part of the Tour De Yorkshire coming to Middlesbrough Council to offer £10,000 in community grants for artists and groups to celebrate the event. Left to right Bobzilla aka artist Robert Page, Dawn Ashley from Teesside University BA Hons in Dance, Mid

Community groups urged to celebrate Tour de Yorkshire

New Cleveland Centre mascot Cleveland Croc, Zoe Bear and centre manager Graeme Skillen with a cheque for Zoe's Place children's hospice

Kindly croc hands over cash to children's charity

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