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Stockton News

School in tough Stockton area celebrates good Ofsted report

DEVASTATED: Oliver Terry and his recently deceased wife, Heather. Pictures: EVENING GAZETTE

Young Stockton dad whose wife and mother of his baby recently died tells of devastation after theft of aptop containing nearly all the family photos


New Stockton Lidl supermarket will cost £2 million and create 40 jobs, says company

Celebrating mew business launch, Cllr Bob Cook, leader of Stockton Borough Council with Chris Young, business development manager at RectrixAS, Councillor Nigel Cooke, Stockton Borough Council’s cabinet member for regeneration and transport with managin

New business flying high with council support

HOLIDAY: Colin Cookson, 72, and his wife Iris, before their holiday in Bulgaria

Great-Grandfather from Billingham contracts Legionnaires' Disease on holiday and has to learn to walk again

Mohammed Qureshi leaves court

62-year-old charged with damaging cars

A similar rope way to the one that will open in Stockton

Sports review on the agenda

LAUGHS: Comedian Roy 'Chubby' Brown shares a few laughs with striking Stockton crane drivers (55192311)

Roy 'Chubby' Brown shares jokes on the picket line with striking Stockton crane drivers

Bill Geldart on the coronary care unit with cardiologists Rob Wright, Douglas Muir and Paul Williams

High risk surgery brings new lease of life to pensioner

Woman taken to hospital as a precaution after crash on A66 near Longnewton

Woman cut free after A66 crash

Jacob Cole with his dad, Steve, at Stockton Central Library

Young book lover takes up reading challenge

Group picture of staff and students in red as part of Stockton Riverside College’s BHF event

College wears its heart on its sleeve

Marco Pierre White and Dan Toombs in Colombo, Sri Lanka

Curry fanatic's diary proves hot stuff on internet

Branch Manager Dawn Moore with Dennis Boström and Alan Flavell, both of Billingham Stars, and Darlington Building Society CEO Colin Fyfe

Ice hockey club receives cash boost

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

Saltburn beach

Inquest opened in death of a man whose body found at Saltburn beach

Tracey Iceton

Stockton author launches trilogy of novels to mark 100th anniversary of the Dublin Easter Rising

Steve and a colleague at new coffee house Mint Hobo

Licensed coffee house in Yarm started by former store manager

Northern Echo editor Peter Barron and actor and former pupil Charlotte Riley opening the new sixth form centre at Teesside High School in 2014.

Talks over merger plans for Stockton schools are at an early stage

Woman fights off would-be robber with her walking stick

Woman fights off would-be robber with her walking stick

Police called to Teesside Park to deal with

Police called to Teesside Park after complaints of irresponsible driving

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

(L-R) Ingleby Barwick councillors Ken Dixon, David Harrington and Ross Patterson, who have all objected to plans for another 65 houses to the west of Roundhill Avenue in the town

Ingleby Barwick housing plan 'will over-stretch services'

Mick Hickey with Amanda Ross, manager of the BHF Stockton shop

College boss volunteers at heart shop

PRESSURES: Stockton North MP Alex Cunningham, who says the two hospitals managed by the North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust are "very much dated"

Government rejects criticism from MP over "very much dated" hospitals

Police warning after doorstep fraudsters target elderly in Yarm and Eaglescliffe

Police warning after doorstep fraudsters target elderly in Yarm and Eaglescliffe

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

Nomination window extended for The Northern Echo Schools Awards 2016

David Welsh, who has been missing for two months

Police divers scour Tees for missing man

TEACHER: Qualified teacher Jenny Moore is pictured with Sylvie Hall, aged four, at the Little Ladybirds Nursery School in Stockton

Stockton nursery employs fully qualified teacher to prepare little ones for school

Martyn Donnelly, centre, with son James, left, and Liam's father Marco, right.

Teesside cyclists ready to ride for Liam

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

Martyn Donnelly, centre, with son James, left, and Liam's father Marco, right.

Teesside riders set to get on their bikes to raise funds for little Liam

The KFC at Wellington Square which was closed due to a fire.

Arsonist who set fire to KFC restaurant could face jail

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.

Crane drivers strike over pay and zero hours contracts at the Ainscough crane hire depot on Middlesbrough Road in Stockton. Picture: CHRIS BOOTH

Striking crane drivers picket in Stockton

George Garlick, former chief executive of Stockton and Durham councils, is now chair of the board of directors at Thirteen Group. He is pictured with chief executive Alison Thain

New role for retired council chief exec

Industry at the Wilton site on Teesside.... (54313282)

Crane driver strike to affect construction sites in North-East

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"

Cleveland Police are investigating a robbery in which a 66-year-old man was attacked and had his wallet stolen

Man in his 60s pinned to ground and robbed

Family friendly shows coming to the Arc, in Stockton

Autistic children to benefit from relaxed performances at the Arc

Book fan Ivy Lee with author and illustrator Nick Sharratt in Stockton's Drake bookshop

Leading author brings joy to Stockton bookshop

A Lidl branch

New Lidl store for Stockton approved as retailer considers new town centre site

A lorry blown over during a previous storm

Severe weather warning issued for 70mph winds

Suspected car thieves arrested after police chases

Suspected car thieves arrested after police chases

Pupils rehearse for Yarm School's production of Guys & Dolls. Left to right: Fraser Humphrey (Angie the Ox), Morgan Burgess (Nicely-Nicely Johnson) and Sam Hardy (Benny Southwest)

Vocal coach helps ensure students are pitch perfect for latest production

COUNCILLOR: Former leading Stockton councillor Derek Cooke who died recently

Chairman of former Cleveland County Council, Derek Cooke, dies aged 77

Yarm Library will soon house a building society branch after plans were approved by councillors

Building society branch in Yarm library approved by councillors

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

Paul Henderson (left) of Court Homemakers with Susan Wilson, Emelia and Gracie, and Wayne Jones, of Franks the Flooring Store, in the girls’ new bedroom.

Bedroom transformation for young girl fighting leukaemia

SHOPS: A computer image of what the new shops at Ingleby Barwick would look like.

Concerns raised that new shopping centre in Ingleby Barwick could drain trade from Stockton and Coulby Newham

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