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A man from our area is to stand trial accused of exposing himself and racially abusing a police officer;

The volunteer crew of the Redcar RNLI lifeboat were called out in failing light yesterday evening to rescue a small dog that had fallen from the banks of the River Tees;

...and a teenager from our area is to stand at the House of Commons despatch box to lead a debate on knife crime on live television later today.

 

A man from our area is to stand trial accused of exposing himself and racially abusing a police officer.

23 year old Jack Liddle of High Gill Road in Nunthorpe, denied three charges at Teesside Magistrates' Court yesterday relating to an alleged incident in Redcar on July 15 this year.

Mr Liddle is accused of intentionally exposing himself intending that someone would see. He also faces charges of using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour towards a police officer.

The case was adjourned until December 7 when a trial will be heard at the same court.

Mr Liddle was granted bail until the trial.

 

The volunteer crew of the Redcar RNLI lifeboat were called out in failing light yesterday evening to rescue a small dog that had fallen from the banks of the River Tees.

UK Coastguard requested the launch after the dog’s owner telephoned to say the pet had fallen from a path alongside the Tees, near a local landmark called Teesaurus Park in Middlesbrough.

Using searchlights the crew were able to spot the pet trapped amongst bramble bushes part-way down the river embankment.

She had cut her paw, but apart from that she was OK.

 

A teenager from our area is to stand at the House of Commons despatch box to lead a debate on knife crime on live television later today.

16 year old Kellen Hadfield from Guisborough, who is the Member of the Youth Parliament for Redcar and Cleveland, will make a speech from the House of Commons despatch box about knife crime.

Kellen will be debating a motion ‘to end knife crime’, and he will argue that the issue needs to be taken up as a long-term priority by the adult parliament and authorities.

The debate starts from 12:40pm, and will be screened on the BBC Parliament Channel.


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