Newspaper article Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)

40 Years Ago

Newspaper article Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)

40 Years Ago

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Schools chiefs plan to stamp out head lice 10,000 school children in Teesside had heads infested with lice or nits according to a survey. Shocked by the news, Teesside Education Committee embarked on an intensive campaign to stamp out the infestation.

Gasmen 'tell mum-to-be to go to hell' A PREGNANT Teesside woman who complained to gas conversion men that she had no hot water for more than two weeks was told to "go to hell", she claimed. Her home in Yarm Road, Stockton was being converted to North Sea gas along with other properties and had been without hot water for 17 days.

Approval for plans for Middlesbrough A BLUEPRINT for the redevelopment of a large part of Middlesbrough's central area over 20 years was approved by Teesside Town Planning Committee. Plans included the proposed 'Northern Route' for the A66 and the pedestrianisation of Linthorpe Road from Grange Road to Wilson Street.

What to do with an empty bowling alley? THE future of the empty bowling alley at Billingham town centre was expected to be decided by a county court case. …

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