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Officers investigating a collision between a motorcycle and a van are appealing for anyone with dashcam footage to get in touch;

Police are appealing for information after a white Audi A3, a red Land Rover Discovery and a quantity of IT equipment were stolen from a property on Beechfield in Coulby Newham;

...and increasing investment, bringing more jobs and improving the living standards for everyone in Redcar and Cleveland was the hot topic at a gathering of influential business and community leaders yesterday.

 

Officers investigating a collision between a motorcycle and a van are appealing for anyone with dashcam footage to get in touch.

The collision happened just after 1.50pm yesterday on the A19 northbound just before the A689 interchange and involved a silver Ducati 750cc motorbike and a white Mercedes sprinter van.

The 41 year old woman riding the Ducati was initially treated at the scene and then taken to the University Hospital of North Tees for treatment to suspected fractures to her arms and wrists as well as other injuries.

As a result of the incident the road had to be completely closed, with the southbound carriageway re-opened by 3pm and the northbound was reopened around 20 minutes later.

Anyone who witnessed the collision or who has dashcam footage is asked to contact PC Ian Stapley of the Cleveland and Durham Specialist Operations Unit via the non-emergency 101 number.

 

Police are appealing for information after a white Audi A3, a red Land Rover Discovery and a quantity of IT equipment were stolen from a property on Beechfield in Coulby Newham.

The incident occurred overnight on Tuesday into Wednesday this week.

The IT equipment consisted of Ethernet cables, net gear routers, power packs and leads. All of the equipment is marked with an ‘IDEXX’ logo.

Anyone with information as to the whereabouts of the vehicles or the stolen items or anyone who has been offered them for sale, is asked to contact DC Brian Lightowler on the non-emergency number 101, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

 

Increasing investment, bringing more jobs and improving the living standards for everyone in Redcar and Cleveland was the hot topic at a gathering of influential business and community leaders yesterday.

The Redcar and Cleveland place marketing project was launched yesterday morning at PD Ports with an event attended by around 100 invited guests from the business and public sector communities.

The campaign is a call-to-action to encourage partners to become ambassadors for Redcar and Cleveland to sell the borough nationally and internationally.

The ambassadors will act as a sales force for the borough, actively promoting Redcar and Cleveland to developers, investors and visitors, using their contacts and know-how to raise the borough's profile.

Future projects will include the launch of a new website, featuring business investment advice and opportunities as well as details of events and leisure attractions throughout the borough.


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