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The number of cases of Covid-19 across Teesside have continued to grow, according to the latest figures;

Police have highlighted three locations after receiving 29 reports of youths throwing fireworks in just six days;

...and Police have highlighted three locations after receiving 29 reports of youths throwing fireworks in just six days.

 

The number of cases of Covid-19 across Teesside have continued to grow, according to the latest figures.

The latest totals released by Public Health England yesterday showed that Stockton had seen a large number of new cases, up 119 on Monday's figures.

In Middlesbrough the number of new cases increased by 52, whilst here in Redcar and Cleveland there were 44 new cases.

 

Police have highlighted three locations after receiving 29 reports of youths throwing fireworks in just six days.

In the last 24-hours, Cleveland Police says it has dealt with nine reports of fireworks being used dangerously in Redcar and Cleveland.

And since the beginning of October, the force has received 29 reports in total.

Officers working in Grangetown have dealt with reports of youths throwing fireworks, including at passing vehicles.

Reports have also been logged in Eston.

Officers are reminding the public that using fireworks illegally can carry a fine of up to £5,000 or six months in prison.

 

A new partnership campaign to keep people safer along the North East coastline has been launched.

The campaign has been put together by the Environment Agency, the Coastguard and Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council.

The campaign slogan reads “Don't take risks on coastal paths, piers and promenades. No selfie is worth your life”. 

These important messages can be seen on new stickers that are being placed in a variety of different locations along the Redcar and Cleveland coastline.

These include in public car parks, bus shelters and on visible notice boards positioned along the seafront.


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