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An elderly woman has died after a house fire in Redcar yesterday;

Cleveland Police are appealing for information to trace a Redcar man in connection with an alleged attack;

...and young people who have left secondary school, college or university and are looking for their next move are being encouraged to consider an apprenticeship at Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council.

 

An elderly woman has died after a house fire in Redcar yesterday.

Just after 10am yesterday emergency services responded to reports of a house fire in Egton Close in Redcar.

A woman in her 80s was evacuated from the address and she received treatment from paramedics at the scene before being transported by air ambulance to the Royal Victoria Infirmary in Newcastle.

However, she sadly passed away yesterday afternoon.

The fire is not believed to be suspicious at this time, and an investigation into the cause will now take place.

 

Cleveland Police are appealing for information to trace a Redcar man in connection with an alleged attack.

Officers want to speak to 36-year-old Barry Francis Gardener, in connection with a serious assault which is believed to have taken place in the early hours of Friday.

Police believe that Mr Gardener is in the Redcar area.

A Cleveland Police spokesperson appealed for anyone who knows Mr Gardener's whereabouts to contact Cleveland Police in confidence via the 101 number.

 

Young people who have left secondary school, college or university and are looking for their next move are being encouraged to consider an apprenticeship at Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council.

Opportunities are available in a number of council departments, including HR, IT, Adult Care, Highways as well as the Data and Intelligence department so there should be something for everyone looking to learn & earn on the job.

There are 37 fantastic apprenticeship opportunities up for grabs however, the clock is ticking with the deadline for applications closing this Friday 3 November.

As well as learning on the job, council apprentices will be working towards relevant qualifications in the role they’re working in to give them skills for the future.

Anyone interested in applying for an apprenticeship should complete the application form, which can be found on the council website.

More information can also be found by going into the Job Centre.


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