Police have released the photograph of a man they are trying to trace in connection with drugs and money laundering offences.
The family of a missing man from Stockton are renewing their appeal to the public for their help to locate him.
More acts have been announced to play at the Stockton Weekender on Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 July.
Ingleby Manor free school received approval from the Department for Education last year - but it needs a purpose-built building, and planning permission for that has been rejected by councillors in Stockton.
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Parents campaigning for a new free school in Ingleby Barwick on Teesside said they were "devastated" the application for planning permission had been turned down, because they "had hoped the council would see sense".
The school has been approved by the Department for Education and is due to open this year, but plans for a purpose-built building were rejected by councillors.
– Spokesperson for Ingleby Manor free school
Unfortunately it is the result we expected. It is up to the landowner and the developers to appeal the decision - it was their application - but this is not the end of the journey for Ingleby Manor Foundation Trust.
Stockton council have refused planning permission for a proposed free school in Ingleby Barwick.
More reaction to follow.
Councillors may not grant planning permission to a new free school and 350 new family homes in Ingleby Barwick. The school has the approval of the Department for Education and parents of 2,000 children have registered an interest.
However, the development may be rejected by Stockton Borough Council.
Police are appealing for information after a brick was thrown through a window of a house in Stockton.
Around two o'clock on Friday the 18th January a man riding a pedal cycle rode along Tarring Street in Stockton and threw a piece of concrete at the living room window.
He then returned and threw a second house brick at the window - smashing it.
The man then made off on his bicycle along Tarring Street and on to Dean Street.
He is white, around 20-years-old, of medium build and was wearing a grey and red Berghaus jacket.
He was riding a black BMX pedal cycle.
Anyone with any information about the incident is asked to contact PC Sharon Atkin on Cleveland Police’s non-emergency number 101 or to contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Police are appealing for information after 57-year-old Ian Wanless went missing from his home address in the Bowesfield Lane area of Stockton yesterday lunchtime.
Mr Wanless has a prosthetic limb on his left leg and it is believed he left his house yesterday, travelling to the town centre by taxi.
He had a number of items with him including a wheelchair, television and inflatable dinghy.
Police know that he sold the television at a second-hand shop in Stockton town centre. It is possible that he then boarded the No. 36 bus at 1.45pm heading towards Middlesbrough.
Police are growing increasingly concerned for Mr Wanless as he is on medication that he has not taken with him.
Police are keen to trace anyone who may have seen Mr Wanless or who knows where he stayed last night.
Anyone with information should contact Stockton police on the non-emergency number 101.
The family of a pensioner attacked in her own home says that she has been left traumatised by the incident.
72-year-old Mohinder Kaur Hundal, from Stockton, was treated for a fractured nose and cheekbone after the attack at her home in Darlington Lane on Friday evening.
She opened her door to two unknown men who assaulted her before stealing several items.
Her family say that it has been a terrifying ordeal.
A 70-year-old woman has been treated for facial injuries after a burglary in Stockton.
Police say two men entered a property on Darlington Lane and removed a number of items on Friday, December 14.
Officers say the woman who was in the house at the time of the burglary was taken to North Tees General Hospital. She has since been released.
Two 19-year-old men from the Middlesbrough and Stockton areas have been arrested on suspicion of burglary.
Anyone with information can contact Cleveland Police on 101.
A church in Stockton that has been targetted seven times by thieves has reopened.
St Cuthbert's Church had to close after thieves stole the lead lining from the roof.
It meant the inside of the church had no protection from the weather and was completely ruined.
But people from the village helped to raise more than £40,000 pounds in just a year to fix it.
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