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Council tax in Redcar and Cleveland will go up by just under 4% - despite Labour members abstaining from a vote;

William Jack Westle, of Stable Cottages in Keswick, Cumbria, was arrested following the Championship match on Wednesday night;

...and a secondary school in our area has take action against coronavirus after pupils visited a ski resort in Austria.

 

Council tax in Redcar and Cleveland will go up by just under 4% - despite Labour members abstaining from a vote.

Redcar and Cleveland Council's budget was approved by a margin of 30 to 18 yesterday.

As a result, residents will now see their council tax bills increased by 1.99% and the adult social care precept by 2% - a total increase on their bill of 3.99%.

For a band D property in a non-parish area that would mean an increase of about £76 a year.

 

William Jack Westle, of Stable Cottages in Keswick, Cumbria, was arrested following the Championship match on Wednesday night.

Cleveland Police charged the man with assault by beating of an emergency worker and obstructing/resisting a constable in the execution of duty, on Thursday afternoon.

He will appear at Teesside Magistrates' Court on Friday March 13.

 

A secondary school in our area has take action against coronavirus after pupils visited a ski resort in Austria.

Nunthorpe Academy has put cleaning measures in place after a group of pupils returned from the half term break.

The coronavirus has spread to a number of European countries, including Austria, after affecting more than 300 people in Italy.

It is not yet known if any of the pupils or members of staff at Nunthorpe Academy have been diagnosed with coronavirus.


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