A man is fighting for his life in hospital following an alleged attack outside two local pubs;

Online reporting for sexual offences has been introduced in Cleveland;

...and residents across Redcar and Cleveland are being asked for their views on library provision in the area, to help shape the future of the service.

 

A man is fighting for his life in hospital following an alleged attack outside two local pubs.

An investigation is ongoing after police officers were called to reports of an assault in Corporation Road, near The Central and The Pig Iron pubs, in Middlesbrough.

Cleveland Police has confirmed that a 39-year-old man has been taken to James Cook University Hospital with serious injuries.

He remains in hospital in a critical condition following the alleged attack on Monday at 11.10pm. A 23-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the incident.

Officers believed there were others in the area at the time of the alleged assault and are calling for any witnesses to come forward.

 

Online reporting for sexual offences has been introduced in Cleveland.

Using the Cleveland Police website, anyone who has been a victim of sexual abuse or a sexual offence can now report it online.

Information regarding support services available to victims is also available on the website.

 

Residents across Redcar and Cleveland are being asked for their views on library provision in the area, to help shape the future of the service.

The publics views are being sought to understand in more detail how they use libraries, if they don’t use libraries what would encourage them to use them in the future, what libraries mean to them and their thoughts on how the service could be developed.

The council currently operates 13 libraries across Redcar and Cleveland, offering a wide range of books, computer access, and online resources, as well as hosting regular events, clubs and meetings.

Residents can complete the questionnaire on the Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council website, or pick up a printed version from any library in the borough.


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