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Police are appealing for information after three men were assaulted near to the underpass close to ASDA at South Bank;

A local MP has been forced to withdraw from work at Westminster until next year after undergoing emergency surgery;

...and the company which operates Teesport, PD Ports, is calling on other employers to help plug the engineering skills gap as the Company celebrates 15 years of apprenticeships.

 

Police are appealing for information after three men were assaulted near to the underpass close to ASDA at South Bank.

The incident occurred on Friday just before 7pm when the three men were approached by a group of between 5 and 7 men who attacked them.

The suspects are described as being white males wearing hoodies and it is believed they were carrying swords and baseball bats.

One of the victims, a 25-year-old man, was taken to James Cook University Hospital where he received treatment for a fractured arm.

Another victim who is 49-years-old was treated at James Cook for a cut to his head and a third victim who is 26-years-old was treated for bruises and cuts.

Anyone with information regarding the identities of the suspects are asked to contact Temporary Detective Sergeant Paul Hodgson on the non-emergency number 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111."

 

A local MP has been forced to withdraw from work at Westminster until next year after undergoing emergency surgery.

Doctors have advised Redcar's Labour MP Anna Turley to rest until the New Year following the removal of infected cysts.

Anna has stressed that even though she is not available personally, constituency staff will still be available to offer advice.

Anna has revealed that she was first taken into hospital in June whilst in London.

Anna has also said she is disappointed that she will be unable to attend the Remembrance Sunday service in her constituency this weekend.

 

The company which operates Teesport, PD Ports, is calling on other employers to help plug the engineering skills gap as the Company celebrates 15 years of apprenticeships.

This week is Tomorrow’s Engineers Week, and as part of the campaign PD Ports is highlighting the value young people can bring to any business.

This comes after the latest statistics from the Department for Education revealed a 61% year-on-year drop in new apprenticeships.

Last month PD Ports welcomed a further three new engineering apprentices, and is committed to investing in the training and development of young people.

Now the company is urging other businesses to do the same.

Before the end of the year PD Ports will be recruiting a further 13 apprentices in a number of other areas of the business.


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