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Local GP named Labour General Election candidate for Stockton South

1st May 2017 Admin

The Labour Party has today announced that Stockton GP Dr Paul Williams will be their Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for the Stockton South Constituency. Paul trained as a doctor in Newcastle, and gained a masters degree in public health.  He now works as a partner at a GP surgery in Stockton

Ingleby Barwick

Leven Bank Road roundabout work set to start

12th April 2017 Admin

WORK to create a new roundabout on the A1044 Leven Bank Road is due to get underway on Tuesday (18 April). The construction of the roundabout will provide the necessary access to the multimillion pound Mount Leven village development. Weather dependent, the works are set to take 18 weeks to

Eaglescliffe

New ceremonial boundary signs unveiled

24th March 2017 Admin

NEW signs marking the ceremonial county boundaries within Stockton-on-Tees have been unveiled. Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council’s Place Select Committee began a review in July 2015 to gather information about boundary signage across the Borough, which was followed by a public consultation enabling people to contribute ideas about how best to mark

Business

Teesside’s new local TV channel set to launch

14th March 2017 Admin

Teesside is set to get it’s very own local TV channel! Made in Teesside is a brand new local television channel, and is part of the regional network Made Television, who already operate several local TV channels including Made in Tyne and Wear, with other city channels in Birmingham, Liverpool,

Darlington

NEW “Incidents on Teesside” app launched

28th January 2017 Admin

Following on from the launch of their new website and text number, popular social media page “Incidents on Teesside“ have recently launched a NEW iOS and Android app. The new app, which launched last month, on Christmas day, was developed by local company Mobile Rock.it, has already been downloaded hundreds

Eaglescliffe

Boundary signage review set for committee

14th January 2017 Admin

A PROPOSAL to install signage marking the ceremonial county boundaries within Stockton-on-Tees will be considered by councillors next week. Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council’s Place Select Committee has been reviewing signage at the Borough’s ceremonial boundaries with County Durham and Yorkshire. And at its meeting on Wednesday (January 18), committee members will

Local

Electoral Officers probe MP’s by-election letter

13th January 2017 Admin

Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council Electoral Officers have launched a review into a letter sent out to Yarm residents ahead of the upcoming Yarm Town Council by-election by Stockton South MP, James Wharton. This follows a complaint by Carole Jones, one of the candidates about the wording of the letter, in which

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Yarm Town Council by-election – In Her own words – Carole Jones

12th January 2017 Admin

The following quote is the one hundred word biography (or the first one hundred words) submitted to us by Carole Jones, the Yarm Independent Association Candidate for the Yarm Town Council by-election. I’ve lived in Yarm for 20 years. Previously a teacher, I’m happily retired and able to devote myself

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