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A court has heard how an argument over the quality of chicken breasts led to a fatal stabbing in a restaurant kitchen, a court was told;

Free shuttle buses are being laid on as work continues on repairing and restoring the Saltburn Cliff Tramway

...and neighbourhood policing officers are hosting a security marking event in Loftus later today.

 

A court has heard how an argument over the quality of chicken breasts led to a fatal stabbing in a restaurant kitchen, a court was told.

Mazhar Ali, who was 41, was attacked in Manjaros in Middlesbrough on Christmas Eve last year and died the following day.

21 year old kitchen worker Efreeqi Mohamed Siddig is currently on trial and denies murder.

The jury heard how Mr Ali, from Stockton, had supplied chicken breasts to the restaurant, and Mr Siddig had complained about their quality.

The prosecution said the dispute escalated and violence broke out in the kitchen.

The trial continues at Teesside Crown Court.

 

Free shuttle buses are being laid on as work continues on repairing and restoring the Saltburn Cliff Tramway.

The replacement, free shuttle bus service will operate daily from 10.30am to 6pm every day this week until Sunday 3 June.

It will then run on Saturday and Sunday 9 and 10 June and then Saturday and Sunday 16 and 17 June.

The shuttle service will be available every 35 minutes and will be accessible from Hobb Hill Car Park, Station Street Bus Stop, Top Station of Saltburn Cliff Tramway and Bank Foot Bus Stop at the bottom of Saltburn Bank.

Dogs are also welcome on the shuttle service.

 

Neighbourhood policing officers are hosting a security marking event in Loftus later today.

Members of the public are invited to go along and have items of value security marked by officers free of charge.

The Dot Peen marking system which is being used is suitable for marking everything from bikes and garden tools to horse tack and trailers, mobile phones, tablets and games consoles.

The event is taking place between 6.30 and 8pm this evening at Loftus Town Hall.


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