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British health officials say they want to turn nine communities into "healthy towns" to encourage people to lose weight.
LOCATION: Billingham. HOUSE TYPES: Full range. SCHOOLS: Primary schools include Roseberry Junior School, Pentland Primary School, Oakdene Primary School. Secondary schools include St Michael's RC Comprehensive and Northfield School and Sports College.
By MR C DAVISON AT last the Government and Churches are waking up to one of the many negative aspects of the global monopolies, but the Lib Dems seem to be the only party raising the dangers of the huge bubble of debt long before the "waters broke".
FOUR Teesside teenagers are off on an African adventure with gold in their sights. Dean Pierre, 17, Shahid Hussain, 16, and 18-year-old twins Christopher and Carl Braithwaite, from North Ormesby Youth and Community Centre have all completed their bronze and silver Duke of Edinburgh Awards.
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By Dani Webb PEOPLE are being urged to offer their views on who should run a new school. Plans have been drawn up for the school in Hall Drive, Middlesbrough, and the consultants behind the project are seeking people interested in managing it.
By SIMON CLARKE; TVEP Technology Group Chairman TVEP was formed to ensure the health of the engineering supply chain, which is vital to the region's economy.
THE last time they staged the pantomime Aladdin at Middlesbrough Theatre part of the building went up in flames. Now, as they get ready to go again ten years on, they are hoping this time that only the show goes out in a blaze of glory.
BUDDING chefs from Teesside are being invited to strut their culinary stuff on one of Channel 4's most popular television shows. Come Dine With Me is looking for people from the area who think they can cook, entertain and impress a group of strangers by hosting a dinner party.
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