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SABIC have announced that they will be commencing to work to restart the Olefins 6 plant at Wilton today;

Police are investigating an alleged incident in Middlesbrough where a man in his 20's sustained a wound and his bike was taken from him;

...and work on a long-awaited new GP surgery in Nunthorpe has been lined up to start by the end of the year - if planners give the move the green light.

 

SABIC have announced that they will be commencing to work to restart the Olefins 6 plant at Wilton today.

Following the decision to halt operations at SABIC’s Olefins 6 plant last week, SABIC’s site teams have been working around the clock to complete the repair works on the cooling water system that caused the plant to shut down.

SABIC are now preparing to start-up the plant later today and are advising residents that there will be periods of unavoidable flaring, although they are taking steps to minimise the duration and intensity of the flaring as far as possible.

A spokesperson for SABIC told Zetland FM that they apologise for any disturbance and thanked the public once again for their patience.

 

Police are investigating an alleged incident in Middlesbrough where a man in his 20's sustained a wound and his bike was taken from him.

Two males have been arrested in connection with the incident, which occurred at around ten to nine on Monday morning.

The victim was cycling along Homerton Road, Middlesbrough, when he was allegedly approached by two males who struck him in the face which caused him to fall from his bike which was then taken.

The victim was given assistance from passers-by before going to hospital, and police are keen to speak to these people as well as a number of potential witnesses who were in the area at the time.

Anyone with any information is asked to contact police on the non-emergency number 101.

 

Work on a long-awaited new GP surgery in Nunthorpe has been lined up to start by the end of the year - if planners give the move the green light.

Increasing housebuilding and the rising demand on Nunthorpe Surgery, on Guisborough Road, has sparked efforts to bring a new facility for patients.

Now a field off Stokesley Road has been revealed as the home for the new facility - with the aim of ground being broken by the end of this year.


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