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The Redcar RNLI lifeboat crews were called into operation last night to assist a broken down fishing boat;

Motorists experienced long delays after a five-vehicle collision on a major route in our area yesterday morning;

...and police are warning the public about a new Snapchat feature, which could be ‘live streaming’ the activities of children and vulnerable people to complete strangers.

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An 85-year-old man with cancer has been left traumatised after thieves stole his car and set it on fire;

A new specialist team has been formed to clamp down on local fly-tipping;

...and residents are invited to a “Love it” event this weekend.

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A man has been shot and beaten with baseball bats on Skippers Lane industrial estate;

A van has crashed into a bank in Saltburn. It happened on Monday afternoon on Station Street;

...and residents are invited to a “Love it” event this weekend.

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Police are investigating a boat fire in South Gare;

Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team were in action in our area at the weekend to assist a horse rider who had suffered back injuries;

...and a cardboard country at this year's Festival of Thrift is inviting people to sign up as citizens.

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Emergency services were called to attend a two car crash in Teesville last night;

The Redcar lifeboats had to cut short a training session yesterday morning after they was called into action yesterday morning;

...and North Yorkshire Police are appealing for witnesses and information following a serious assault on a 15-year-old boy near Stokesley.

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Neighbourhood police officers have recovered cash and crack cocaine from a house in Grangetown;

A decision on plans for a multi-million pound walled garden and catering academy in Kirkleatham has been delayed;

...and equipment cabinets are being installed to help groups who organise their own litter picks on Redcar beach.

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Police are hunting for a couple spotted performing a “sex act” in the middle of a Marske street;

A pensioner has sent a letter to the Prime Minister praising the council for helping her husband stay at home after a stay in hospital;

...and the Festival of Thrift is looking for local artists to produce work for this year's event.

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Saltburn's new beach huts are set to open to the public for the first time this Saturday;

The council are asking the public to nominate people who have made a difference to the community;

...and arrangements for this year's Festival of Thrift at Kirkleatham Museum are now underway.

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Residents of Kirkleatham fear a new development could turn the area into a “theme park”;

Customers have been thrown out of a pub in Loftus for swearing;

...and Gisborough Hall are looking to take on new staff.

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The council are warning fly-tippers that a £400 fine could be coming their way;

Police believe there are over 1400 computers affected with a trojan horse in the Cleveland area;

...and Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council are asking the public to nominate people who have made a difference to the community.

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