Helping Keep The Cleveland Community Local
Sat January 25, 2020
- Middlesbrough children's services 'inadequate' - There are "widespread failures" and children are left at risk of harm for too long, inspectors find.
- Middlesbrough and Birmingham given FA charge for failing to control players - Middlesbrough and Birmingham are charged by the FA after a fracas between players and coaches during Tuesday's match.
- British Steel: Jingye deal could mean 500 job cuts, unions say - About 10% of the workforce could be axed if the firm is bought by China's Jingye, three unions say.
- Stockton supply teacher denies choosing job to access young girls - A jury hears Jonathan Clayton let one pupil sit on his knee but that he says she had been crying.
There are "widespread failures" and children are left at risk of harm for too long, inspectors find.
Middlesbrough and Birmingham are charged by the FA after a fracas between players and coaches during Tuesday's match.
About 10% of the workforce could be axed if the firm is bought by China's Jingye, three unions say.
A jury hears Jonathan Clayton let one pupil sit on his knee but that he says she had been crying.
The earthquake was centred below Stockton-on-Tees just before 06:00 GMT.
"Controlling and intolerant" Colin Brady died after a kitchen knife was plunged into his left lung.
MP Andy McDonald warns there are "striking parallels" with crisis-hit West Lane Hospital.
The three separate call-outs involved two walkers and a mountain biker who collided with a tree.
A minor earthquake has hit Teesside, but how serious can such events be?
Mining giant Anglo American will buy Sirius, but for only a quarter of what it was worth months ago.
An unpublished report on a hospital for vulnerable adults could have prevented abuse, a review finds.
Dealers are attracting new users by offering free MDMA, a type of ecstasy, if they enter a raffle.
Posted by Administrator : Monday 11th March 2013
BE PREPARED OR AT LEAST HAVE YOUR ARM BANDS READY. Flooding can be devastating for home owners but some simple tips could prevent heartbreaking and costly repairs. It is important that you understand about your property and local areas, so you can be aware of any potential flooding problems in the future.
Posted by Administrator : Sunday 10th March 2013
EASIER SAID THAN DONE! The mortgage and property market looks to be improving slightly through better mortgage deals. However the market still lacks direction and combined with lack of incentives for new buyers and government cuts it looks like it could be a while before it rises.
Posted by Administrator : Sunday 3rd March 2013
GET THE MOST OUT OF LOCAL CLEAN UP’s. We all know it is awful when we see parks, beaches and riversides strewn with litter. It is bad for our children, us, our pets, plants, local wildlife and our Cleveland community.
Posted by Administrator : Saturday 2nd March 2013
THERE IS NOTHING WORNG WITH A GOOD LOCAL. It is no secret that our local pubs have suffered in the last decade due to numerous factors such changing nightlife trends (Bars and Clubs), the recession (meaning people have less to spend), alcohol awareness campaigns, the general costs of ale and rent and increases in government tax’s on alcoholic beverages.
Posted by Administrator : Thursday 28th February 2013
HOW EASY IS IT TO SPOT A LOCAL COWBOY TRADER? There are numerous reasons why cowboy builders get away with their bad practices and carry on working in the community such as people not asking for verified references, no signed contract, not obtaining at least 3 other quotes to compare, clients naturally go for the cheapest quote and some residents or businesses are impatient and choose not to wait for the best builder.
Posted by Administrator : Monday 25th February 2013
ARE WE GETTING TOO STRESSED AT WORK? While some workplace stress is completely normal, excessive stress can interfere with your productivity and impact your physical and emotional health. This means your ability to deal with it can mean the difference between success or failure.
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