Middlesbrough Mayor Announces Budget Proposals For 2015-16
Elected Mayor Ray Mallon last night outlined cuts of more than £14 million to Middlesbrough Council’s budget for the 2015-16 financial year. The latest cuts – on top of nearly £70 million removed from the Council’s budget since 2011 – will result in further significant changes to local services and the loss of ....
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Blackpool 0 Derby 1
Missed opportunities at one end, a stupid rash tackle at the other and Blackpool suffer another defeat. The failures in front of goal are starting to cost Blackpool who increased their number of shots on target from recent games but still didn\'t ....
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Notes From Coventry City
The boys are back in town, the boys are back in town\", boomed out loud around the Ricoh Arena as the locals sang the Thin Lizzy hit song with great gusto and pride. A year spent thirty four miles down the road in Northampton had been a year of frustration, pain, anger, disbelief and resentment towards the club\'s owners SISU, but now back at ....
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Hammers Turn Up Heat On Burnley
West Ham United recorded back-to-back wins for the first time this season after they beat newly-promoted Burnley 3-1 at Turf Moor on Saturday afternoon. Sam Allardyce made two changes to the side that faced Queens Park Rangers at Upton ....
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‘women And The Great War’ Event At Central Library
The fashions of the First World War era will be explored as part of a presentation at Middlesbrough Central Library by The History Wardrobe. ‘Women and the Great War’ will take place in the Reference Library on Thursday, September 11, at 7pm. The History Wardrobe are a group who perform presentations with a theme of ....
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