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Police have released an audio clip which features the voice of a man that they would like to speak to in connection with an aggravated burglary on Woodcock Close in Bankfields, in Eston;

For the second year running, Highways England and The Deer Initiative have joined forces to warn motorists about the heightened risk of deer-vehicle collisions during the autumn;

...and visitors to a popular local museum are being told to 'get stuffed'.

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Police are appealing for information after a robbery at a convenience store in Eston;

Police are continuing to appeal for information after a young man from Skelton was killed after being hit by a car at the weekend;

...and Redcar Bulk Terminal has secured two major handling contracts.

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A local family has paid tribute to a 26-year-old man who sadly died after being involved in a collision on the A1085 Coast Road in Redcar in the early hours of Saturday morning;

Police are appealing for help from the public after a knifepoint robbery at a store in Middlesbrough;

...and scientists from around the world will be gathering at the Cleveland Potash Boulby mine over the next fortnight to develop technology and science for the exploration of the Moon and Mars.

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A local MP has expressed deep anger and demanded urgent action from the Police and local Council after a little boy was pricked by used drug needles in a Loftus playground late last Tuesday afternoon;

Cleveland Police have issued a warning to the public after a large quantity of painkillers were stolen from pharmacy in Middlesbrough;

...and one of the region’s most well attended bonfire events is set to return next month – with a pigeon theme.

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The new owners of a Redcar pub have said they are devastated by targeted raid which comes just weeks before re-opening;

The Liberal Democrat candidate has won the election to replace Madge Moses, who is described as one of “Marske’s greatest champions”;

...and young cyclists across Redcar and Cleveland have scooped some great prizes after pictures of their summer holiday adventures were chosen as winners.

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Police have released CCTV images of three men that they would like to speak to in connection with a burglary in Redcar;

Tees Valley Mayor Ben Houchen met with the Government’s chief Brexit Minister yesterday, alongside his fellow Northern Powerhouse Mayors;

...and 136 people, including two children, have been found not to be wearing their seatbelts during a week-long crackdown.

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A patient has had to be airlifted to hospital after two people found 'semi-conscious' in Guisborough yesterday afternoon;

Police are appealing for information after a man was witnessed assaulting a young boy on Amersham Court in Middlesbrough at 11am on Saturday 30th September;

...and a local MP has welcomed the news that next week the Government will bring forward a Bill that will cap the price of energy.

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A Vietnamese man who is accused of cultivating 245 cannabis plants is to stand trial next year;

Northern Rail are reminding customers to check before they travel by train tomorrow as services in our area are hit by further strike action;

...and a local college is aiming to help a group of female students make their mark in an industry typically dominated by men.

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Volunteer crews from Redcar RNLI were in action yesterday;

Firefighters were forced to break into a disabled toilet after a fire broke out in a sanitary bin;

...and Cleveland Fire Brigade is once again providing a helping hand to anyone struggling to keep warm this winter.

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Redcar's MP Anna Turley has welcomed the news that the government intend to amend the sentencing for animal cruelty from a maximum of six months to five years;

Crews from the Redcar Lifeboat were called into service over the weekend;

...and hundreds of runners took part in the Redcar Half Marathon yesterday.

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