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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

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Anyone fancy giving Fabio a lift to the game?

30th April 2017 Admin

So, you’re a Premier League footballer, and you’ve got a crucial survival match at home, against one of the top four clubs and you need to get to the game. You’re in the starting line up, and you’ll be defending against a team who’s star striker cost £38 million and

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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

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Dobbo Dines @ Beefeater Talpore

24th January 2017 Craig Dobson

Recently we visited the Beefeater Talpore restaurant at Tees Barrage, the menu looked like it had some tasty choices on so we settled here. We started with Garlic flatbread strips from the sharers section these were priced at £4.49 these came served with a pot of garlic butter. The flatbreads

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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

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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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Yarm Town Council by-election – Meet the Candidates

2nd January 2017 Admin

Following the resignation of Councillor Lorraine Sherwood Meakin of the YRA Group on Yarm Town Council, a by-election to fill the vacancy has been called for Thursday 19th January 2017. There are 11 seats on Yarm Town Council, of which in, the May 2015 Council elections, six were elected for

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