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Six-figure cost of violence which flared at Boro v Sheff Utd game revealed by club
Supporters from both clubs were involved in a brawl involving up to 200 people outside the Riverside in August

Boro fan sent two sons to safety - then punched Sheffield United supporter
Steven Wrigglesworth, a dad of two, is now banned from The Riverside for three years

Grandad and Boro season ticket holder punched Sheffield United fan after 'provocation'
Magistrates were asked to issue a banning order on 71-year-old Ian Fines after he was caught up in trouble at the Boro game

Doctor Who Christmas special: Middlesbrough to host free advance showing
Eight north towns - including Middlesbrough and Hartlepool - to stage preview screenings of festive BBC TV shows

Thornaby builder pops up on DIY SOS after answering host Nick Knowles' social media plea
"I just wanted to offer my services to someone else in need," said Robert Robinson, who now lives in Ingleby Barwick

Mayor urged to pull plug on 'fanciful' airport plan - but he's having none of it
Westminster debate hears MP call for Ben Houchen to scrap his plan to buy back Durham Tees Valley Airport

Son tells how Facebook post led to allegations of murder against his dad
The son of David Dearlove was the latest person to give evidence in the trial over the death of Paul Booth in 1968

Why the Chancellor's Budget announcement is so important for Teesside
All you need to know about what a 'great Budget for Teesside' actually means for the area

Doctors warned her pregnancy could kill her, but Nichola refused to give up
Nichola Binns is now mum to four boys :: She puts aside her own health issues to stay strong for her family

Budget 2017: Teesside's £182m is 'all new money', Tees Valley Mayor insists after Labour criticism
The money for Teesside was described as 'smoke and mirrors' but Ben Houchen insists the money is new