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A Redcar business is celebrating after scooping an award  at the first Northern Star Business Awards which took place at Newcastle City Library on Wednesday.

Volunteers have turned out to give Skelton a spring clean for the national Community Clear Up Day.

Two teenagers were rescued by RNLI lifeboat volunteers after they found themselves trapped on rocks by the incoming tide at Redcar.

Police were contacted at 12.15pm today, by a member of the public who had concerns for a man they had seen on the cliff tops at Saltburn.

When it comes to areas of the UK with the highest number of smokers, the unhealthiest diets, the greatest percentage of binge drinkers and the lowest life expectancy, the Northeast is sadly an area that appears frequently and highly in research.

Steve Turner, UKIP parliamentary candidate for Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland, today voiced his disappointment after learning of the imminent closure of Easington Post Office.

Royal National Lifeboat Institution volunteers from Redcar and Hartlepool were involved in the rescue of a man washed into the sea from the South Gare breakwater today.

Visitors to Redcar will be able to enjoy one hour free parking as new parking changes have been introduced to improve the local economy.

Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council has signed up to the MND charter to improve the quality of life of people with Motor Neurone Disease.

Last year Redcar and Cleveland Council successfully launched the White Ribbon Campaign, with the aim of tackling domestic violence across Redcar and Cleveland.

Volunteers will be heading out, litter picks in hand this weekend to help restore and transform Redcar and Cleveland in time for spring. 

On one cold Saturday evening in March between the hours of 8pm and 1am, over 40 police cadets aged 13-17 and adult volunteers came together for a night of training through role-play.

The Zetland Lifeboat Museum in Redcar will reopen following its usual winter break on Good Friday (3rd April) - as an independent visitor attraction.

Police are appealing for information after an alleged armed robbery at McColls, High Street in Normanby.

News that Health Secretary, Jeremy Hunt is to visit East Cleveland Hospital in Brotton today has been branded a “slap in the face for local NHS patients who have suffered the direct loss of services in their community” by local Labour MP Tom Blenkinsop.

Apprentices across Redcar and Cleveland are being urged to send in their Selfies as National Apprenticeship Week gets ready to start.

Tom Blenkinsop, MP for Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland, will meet with the recently formed East Cleveland Children’s Council to talk with them about their aims and objectives.

Redcar MP Ian Swales and prospective MP and Deputy Council Leader Josh Mason have popped down to Redcar Royal British Legion to join up following calls from the Chairman Cllr Eric Howden for new members in a bid to raise the legion’s profile and funds. 

The Mayor of Redcar and Cleveland, Cllr Carole Simms, will be showcasing the work of hardworking individuals and groups within the borough at an awards ceremony.

Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council is asking members of the public for their views on how it should make the most of new technology.

Aldi Stores have been urged to take action on their empty unit in Eston Precinct by MP for Redcar Constituency Ian Swales.

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