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Police are appealing for information after a burglary at the Pros shop at Wilton Golf Club in Wilton;

Northern has announced full details of its additional compensation scheme for customers who have recently experienced delays and cancellations;

...and eighteen young people from Redcar and Cleveland face a bright future after gaining employment at a major local construction project.

 

Police are appealing for information after a burglary at the Pros shop at Wilton Golf Club in Wilton.

The incident occurred just after midnight yesterdat morning when the premises wer broken into resulting in thousands of pounds worth of clothing and golf clubs being taken from the shop.

It is believed a vehicle - possibly a Volkswagen Tiguan - was sighted at the shop at the time of the burglary.

Anyone who has been offered the items for sale or anyone who has information regarding the people responsible for the burglary is asked to contact Detective Constable Darren Lee on the non-emergency number 101, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

 

Northern has announced full details of its additional compensation scheme for customers who have recently experienced delays and cancellations.

The scheme, which is over and above the existing Delay Repay offer and has been developed between the Department for Transport and Transport for the North, will provide compensation to Northern customers on certain specified routes where more than five percent of trains have been cancelled or seriously delayed.

From today, season ticket holders who have travelled on routes which have seen most delays and cancellations will be able to submit their claims for compensation.

Northern has set two compensation levels, recognising that some customers faced disruption to their journeys prior to the introduction of new timetables on 20 May.

 

Eighteen young people from Redcar and Cleveland face a bright future after gaining employment at a major local construction project.

The new employees will be working for Atlantic Projects Company on the construction of the new MGT Teesside renewable energy plant at Teesport.

After struggling to recruit the right talent for the construction project, APC and training company Nordic Engineering Training, developed a bespoke, four-week training scheme, aimed at young people in the borough which MGT, Department of Work & Pensions and Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council helped to co-fund.

Recruitment took place at a special event held at the Grangetown Training & Employment Hub.


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