105FM :: Local Radio for Redcar & Cleveland

A round up of Local News in Redcar and Cleveland for 13th February 2016

Police are appealing for witnesses after a man from Eston was involved in a collision between a motorcycle and a Skoda Fabia on Ladgate Lane at the crossroads junction with Marton Road, Middlesbrough.

The incident happened at around twenty to five on Thursday afternoon.

The 24-year-old male motorcyclist suffered serious head injuries and was taken to James Cook University Hospital, where he remains in a ‘critical but stable’ condition. 

Any witnesses or anyone with information regarding the collision who has not already spoken to police is asked to contact PC Jayson Morris from the Cleveland and Durham Specialist Operations Unit on the non-emergency number 101, quoting event number 25238. 

 

Police in Redcar are stepping up patrols on the High Street in response to a recent spate of purse thefts.

Officers have visited the shops in which the thefts occurred, and members of the public are being asked to be vigilant and report anyone acting in a suspicious manner. Shops can shout up over the 'Shopwatch' radio and the public can reach the police via the 101 number.

Officers have now secured a quantity of purse bells which can be collected from the Town Police Station on Lord Street. The front desk is manned between 9-5 everyday day, closing for dinner between 1-2. Police say the bells are free of charge and really do make a difference, so please feel free to pop in and collect some bells.

 

The student experience at Teesside University has been ranked as one of the best in the world according to its international students.

The International Student Barometer Survey 2015, the biggest survey of international students in the world, has revealed high levels of satisfaction among those studying at the Middlesbrough-based University.

The positive ISB is a reflection of the unprecedented levels of investment in recent years to make Teesside University an even more attractive place for students to live and study.

The ISB surveyed international students from 159 Higher Education institutions across the world, including 49 UK Universities. The students were asked for their opinions across 78 different categories, or attributes, relating to their experience as an international student at their chosen university.

In the latest ISB, Teesside University was ranked as one of the top three universities in the UK for overall satisfaction. In addition, Teesside was ranked first in the UK for how students were treated upon arrival.


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