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Police are appealing to trace a group of men who may be able to assist with an investigation into an attempted rape in Middlesbrough;

PD Ports has launched a new bespoke Chartered Management Degree Apprenticeship (CMDA) with Teesside University to support the development of future leaders for the port and logistics operator;

Motorists in our area can now plan their winter travel more effectively thanks to a new, online gritting tracker.

 

Police are appealing to trace a group of men who may be able to assist with an investigation into an attempted rape in Middlesbrough.

The incident happened sometime between 3.30am and 4.30am on Saturday on St Aidans Street.

Officers are appealing to trace a group of men who came to the woman’s aid and chased the suspects away, as they may be able to assist with their enquiries.

The first suspect is described as male, 6 ft tall, of skinny build, around 18 years old, with black hair which was styled into a short back and sides and dark brown eyes. He was wearing a black jacket and had a prominent mole on his right cheek.

The second male is described as around 15-16 years old, around 5ft 3” tall, black hair and wearing a grey jacket.

Both males are described as Eastern European, possibly Romanian, although both had local accents.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Constable Lee Whitehouse from Middlesbrough Operational Crime Team on the non-emergency number 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

 

PD Ports has launched a new bespoke Chartered Management Degree Apprenticeship (CMDA) with Teesside University to support the development of future leaders for the port and logistics operator.

With a relationship spanning over ten years, PD Ports, operator of Teesport – one of the UK’s busiest ports, has joined forces with the University once again to launch the three-year, part-time course. 

This is the second degree programme PD Ports has collaborated on with the University following two groups of employees completing a bespoke Foundation degree in Leadership and Management in 2009 and 2011.

An initial cohort of 20 management staff from across the business have signed up for this new degree apprenticeship, which is designed to give participants the skills, knowledge and experience to lead the business in the years ahead.

 

Motorists in our area can now plan their winter travel more effectively thanks to a new, online gritting tracker.

Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council has introduced the new live 'grit wagon' tracking system in response to public interest in where and when the gritters are in action.

The new tracking system, available on the Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council website, shows the locations of gritters whenever they are out treating the roads.

A record of the roads they have treated within the previous five hours is also displayed.


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