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Business Minister Andrew Griffiths MP has committed that a "priority" decision will be made by next Monday on whether remaining funds from the SSI Taskforce can be repurposed to support workers who lose their jobs at Cleveland Potash;

A Middlesbrough man who went on a burgling spree and stole money from a tips tin and a charity box soon after being released from prison has avoided jail;

...and police have revealed that the death of a woman in Middlesbrough is not believed to be suspicious.

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Police officers in Skelton are asking local parents if they know where their children are on an evening after continued anti-social behaviour in the town;

A dog from our area has died in what vets think is a case of Alabama Rot;

...and volunteers from the Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team are appealing for the public's help to find land where their rescue dogs can be trained.

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Police have recovered two motorbikes which were stolen from a property in Redcar earlier this week;

MP for Middlesbrough South & East Cleveland Simon Clarke has slammed what he is describing as a "generic fob off" letter he has received from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy in response to his campaign to release SSI Taskforce money for Boulby workers;

...and Police across Cleveland and Durham are taking part in a national a clampdown on drivers using their mobile phones, beginning on Monday.

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Police have released CCTV footage of a man they wish to speak to after a woman was raped in Middlesbrough;

Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council has praised its Health Visiting and School Nursing services following an inspection from the Care Quality Commission (CQC);

...and waste collection teams have battled through wintery conditions to get bins collected yesterday.

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Cleveland Police have arrested three men for drug offences in Grove Hill;

Seventy-five homes could be built on riding school land between Saltburn and Marske - right next to a controversial development of 130 houses;

...and Middlesbrough FC’s Fabio Da Silva visited Teesside University to officially open its new £1m all-weather sports pitch.

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Police are appealing for witnesses to an assault in Middlesbrough;

Police Community Support Officers in East Cleveland have taken action following recent problems with anti-social behaviour in Skelton;

...and a climbing rock in a Middlesbrough park will cost thousands of pounds to replace after it was set alight at the weekend.

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Police are appealing for witnesses after a woman sadly died following a fall on a bus in Middlesbrough;

Police are appealing for information after a 15-year-old boy was robbed in Middlesbrough;

...and a special awareness day is taking place today for people looking to start a career in care.

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A court has heard how a drink and drug driver left a woman with devastating injuries after his car span out of control at a seaside resort;

Job seekers in our area are being encouraged to attend special awareness sessions this month to give their employment prospects a New Year boost;

...and Cleveland Police are encouraging anyone who got a new bike for Christmas to get it security marked to prevent theft.

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Police are appealing for witnesses to an incident where a man damaged a car in an incident on the A171 westbound, just past the Scaling Dam reservoir;

Police are warning the public of an email scam currently circulating in our area;

...and Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council has linked up with the Tees Valley Community Foundation to launch a grant scheme to help groups who want to add extra atmosphere to the East Cleveland Klondike Grand Prix.

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Police are releasing CCTV images of a vehicle believed to be involved in a burglary at Saltburn Golf Club, during which a large quantity of golfing equipment was stolen;

Police have revealed the results of a drink and drug drive crackdown across Cleveland and Durham;

...and train operator Northern is reminding its customers to plan carefully ahead of todays third day of RMT strike action.

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