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The scheduled Middlesbrough show on June 13 was due to be the final UK date of the band’s Imploding the Mirage tour to promote their latest.

The Food Warehouse is owned by Iceland but many Teessiders may not have even heard of it. An opening date has been announced for the first Teesside branch of one of ‘Britain’s fastest growing supermarkets’. It’s opening at Portrack on September 1, bringing new jobs to the area. Formed in , Iceland says thousands of of customers have switched to shopping there in the last 12 months. Selling both food and homewares, it is open to the “public and trade alike offering the wholesale experience, without any membership required”.

A spokesperson said: “Whilst we are bringing back the trend of ‘the weekly shop’ where we focus hard on saving you money, we are also there for you after a long day and in need of that ‘quick tea’. There’s also plans to open one at Middlehaven, when the empty Sainsbury’s store is sub-divided into five smaller shops. By Kelley Price. Latest Teesside headlines straight to your inbox Subscribe When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters.

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The EFL recently proposed a framework that would see final positions be decided on an unweighted points-per-game system. The EFL recently proposed a framework that would see final positions be decided on an unweighted points-per-game system and that promotion, relegation and the play-offs will take place.

And while the Championship still intends to complete their remaining games, if their season is curtailed for any reason then the same formula would be applied. At this moment in time, League Two clubs have indicated their preference to curtail their season to the EFL, while sides in League One are still undecided on what to do.

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park has confirmed a date when it will re-open to shoppers. Cleveland Retail Park near Skipper’s Lane off the Trunk Road in Middlesbrough.

The Killers have confirmed their sell-out Riverside Stadium concert will be postponed until In a Tweet, the US rockers said they are not cancelling, and the show will instead go ahead on Thursday, June 10, The scheduled Middlesbrough show on June 13 was due to be the final UK date of the band’s Imploding the Mirage tour to promote their latest album. Tickets for the show, with support from the Manic Street Preachers, sold-out within minutes when they went on sale last year. Tees Valley Mayor Ben Houchen said: “While the announcement that the Killers concert at the Riverside is being postponed is undoubtedly disappointing news for Killers fans, myself included, the decision the band has taken is absolutely the right one.

He added: “People across Teesside, Darlington and Hartlepool will still be able to see one of the world’s biggest bands right on their doorstep next year, and I’m sure it will be bigger and better than ever. Earlier this week, Little Mix announced they were also cancelling their UK summer tour. What’s On. By Naomi Corrigan. Latest Teesside headlines straight to your inbox Subscribe When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters.

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A Teesside care worker and student is set to star in a new reality dating show hosted by a former Emmerdale star. Lovedown starts next week and follows a group of singles as they attempt to find love during lockdown amid social distancing. Teesside university student and care worker Jesse Hall will appear in the second episode. The year-old is in her second year of a business degree at the Middlesbrough university and was a barmaid before the Covid crisis hit.

Is a jaundiced perception of Middlesbrough as an industrial hell-hole At 33, when it came to dating, I was getting a little tired to be honest.

The devastating, life changing crimes committed by people using apps like Tindr and Grindr have been revealed. Women raped by strangers on Tinder, young girls threatened over SnapChat and blackmailers threatening to “out” gay men to their families. Men and women across Teesside are increasingly using apps like Tinder and Grindr to meet new people. But there’s a darker side – as laid bare by Cleveland Police. The force has released details of the 26 crimes linked to the apps it has investigated on Teesside over a three year period, under Freedom of Information laws.

And worryingly, only one of those cases ended in a person being charged – a sex offender who breached a court order and contacted a year-old girl over Tinder. Five rapes have been reported, and the stories all follow a similar path – women begin to engage with men, messages are exchanged, and a meeting is set up, before hideous crimes are committed. One teen had sex with a man he met on gay dating app Grindr, only to be told later the man was HIV positive.

And a boozy mum was cautioned after leaving her children at home to spend the night with a man she’d met on Tinder. Teesside Live contacted Tinder and Grindr, to ask what they are doing to protect people from serious danger. Have you been a victim of an online dating crime? You can speak to Teesside Live by contacting news gazettemedia. You will be kept anonymous, if you’d prefer. The company says it has a zero-tolerance approach towards harassment, and understood its responsibility as the world’s biggest dating app to work with lawmakers to protect those vulnerable to crime.

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A manager at a Teesside gym has described how fitness centres can become like ‘real-life Tinder’. New year resolutions and extra Christmas calories see gyms across Teesside bulging with new and returning members. The post-Christmas rush to get fit and burn off the festive flab means that fitness centres are jammed. And, according to one Teesside gym, it’s not just fitness that’s on the minds of many Rachel Leavis, gym manager at elite: Together Stockton , has shared her thoughts about the pros and cons of dating at the gym, and described how local sports centres turn into a real-life version of Tinder.

Rachel said: “The gym environment does have a strange way of making people seem incredibly attractive. My advice, for men and women alike firstly would be to refrain from lifting weights that are far too heavy for you, it doesn’t make you look macho, it just makes you look like you are going to combust at any second! If you just be yourself, people will be naturally drawn to you. Of course, for every pro, there is a con for dating someone from the gym, especially those who take their fitness regimes very seriously.

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An official Middlesbrough Council report suggested the leisure centre may stay closed until next April, but a new plan has been put in place. Leaders have backtracked on plans to shut a popular leisure centre until spring next year in the face of anger. But council bosses have now agreed to open the Ormesby Road site on September 1 after a backlash from ward councillors and users of the centre.

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Here’s what Karen Gillett did next :: Acklam woman describes experiences of Teesside men available through the dating app. It finds your location using GPS, then uses your Facebook information to create your profile. Tinder then finds potential matches near you, which you can narrow down by searching by age and distance. Never did I think for a minute that anything like internet dating could exist and be so entertaining.

So a few clicks and a photo-upload later, I signed my life away to the dark world of internet dating. What I noticed most about Tinder during those first few swipes was a larger than expected percentage of males have a pet tiger – or at least have had their photo taken with a pet tiger.

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Could you handle being one of five single men competing for the love of one lady? Here’s how to apply Makers of ‘Five Guys A Week’ are looking for single men aged between who want to be matched to a potential female suitor by a dedicated team. Each episode will see not one, but five boyfriends live with their potential partner for a week doing everything they can to compete for their affection. The format fast-tracks the ‘getting to know you’ phase of a relationship and gives the dater a unique opportunity to compare and contrast five suitors in real time.

Over the course of the week, the singleton will send the suitors home until they’re left with the one they think could be their perfect partner. By Toni Guillot. Latest Teesside headlines straight to your inbox Subscribe When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters.

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