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Four men have been charged in connection with an incident which saw a BMW hit a man who had been allegedly attacked outside Aruba nightclub, in Redcar;

An area of waste ground in Middlesbrough is being excavated as part of attempts to solve a 20-year-old murder case;

...and plans for this year's Saltburn Food Festival have been unveiled as preparations for the annual celebration of culinary delights.

 

Four men have been charged in connection with an incident which saw a BMW hit a man who had been allegedly attacked outside Aruba nightclub, in Redcar.

The 26-year-old victim was allegedly trying to walk away when he was hit by the car at about 4.30am on Friday February 16 on the High Street.

He suffered spinal injuries and was taken to James Cook University Hospital, Middlesbrough for treatment.

Now four men have been charged in connection with the incident.

All four will appear before Teesside magistrates on Monday July 9.

 

An area of waste ground in Middlesbrough is being excavated as part of attempts to solve a 20-year-old murder case.

Police and a specialist search team started work at a former allotment site near to Troon Close, Middlesbrough yesterday as part of the investigation into the disappearance of Donna Keogh from Middlesbrough in 1998 when she was just 17 years old.

Donna has never been found and her disappearance is being treated as a murder investigation.

There is no set timetable for the excavation, it will simple be concluded once the site has been thoroughly examined.

To support the investigation, the public can visit finddonna.co.uk to view details about Donna’s life, her disappearance and the police’s on-going investigation.

 

Plans for this year's Saltburn Food Festival have been unveiled as preparations for the annual celebration of culinary delights.

The event will take place on Sunday the 29th of July, with thousands of food and drink lovers expected to sample goods from 150 different stalls as the town is taken over for the day by the hugely popular festival.

Independent traders come from all over the North East, including the Redcar and Cleveland area, Durham, Tynemouth, Hambleton, Stockton and as far as York, to take part in the event.

A park and ride system will be in operation from Guisborough, Brotton and Saltburn.

For further information visit saltburnfoodfestival.co.uk


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