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Coroner appeals for relatives of Stockton man to come forward
CORONERS APPEAL: Family members of 62-year-old Terence Oates of St Paul’s Court, Stockton are being asked to come forward following his death on Sunday, January 27. There are no suspicious circumstances surrounding the death. Family members are asked to contact the Coroners Office on 01642-303467.
MAINTENANCE WORK: Thornaby Library and the Customer Services Centre at Stockton Central Library will be closed next weekend (Friday, February 8 to Sunday, February 10) for essential maintenance work on Stockton Council’s ICT network. The council’s customer service phone lines will also be out of operation during this time.
DOG FOULING: Following the conviction of a woman who allowed her dog to foul Hartlepool’s North Cemetery, the town’s residents are being urged to ensure they clean up after their pets or face prosecution. A fixed penalty notice of £80 will be issued to anyone caught and failure to pay that fine can result in court action. To report concerns about dog fouling or other dog-related issues contact Hartlepool Council on 01429-523333.
AUTHOR EVENT: North East authors Alison Gangel and Fiona Shaw will appear at Fairfield Library in Stockton at 2pm on Saturday, February 9 to celebrate National Libraries Day. Tickets cost £2 and booking is essential. Tickets are available from the Visitor Information Centre in Stockton, any branch library or by calling 01642-528130.
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