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The man responsible for the SSI site says a master plan will be revealed in September;

Redcar MP Anna Turley is trying to combat the new map feature on social media app Snapchat;

The council have extended the closing date for the public to nominate people who have made a difference to the community for an award.

 

The man responsible for the SSI site says a master plan will be revealed in September.

Jonathan Bretherton, chief executive for South Tees Development, says the plan will create new jobs.

It's a long term plan that could take anywhere between ten and thirty years.

But the proposals will be launched soon as well as a website, public meetings and exhibitions to get the public involved.

 

Redcar MP Anna Turley is trying to combat the new map feature on social media app Snapchat.

She raised the issue in parliament and has questioned the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport.

The map lets people see the exact location of other users in real time.

Videos can also be watched if the user's privacy settings aren't secure enough.

Anna Turley fears the map could be used by predators to target children and by burglars when people are away from home.

 

The council have extended the closing date for the public to nominate people who have made a difference to the community for an award.

There are two awards up for grabs.

The Making a Difference Award is open to any person or team who is doing outstanding work.

And the Geoff Waterfield memorial trophy is for local apprentices who are passionate to learn more and achieve high.

Nominations can be made on the council’s website by the 21st of July.


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