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Redcar RNLI is appealing for thermal suits given to two people rescued in a dramatic Good Friday incident to be returned to its Redcar station;

Sirius Minerals multi-billion pound mining project has taken a major step forward after it signed a contract to build the first tunnel section;

...and train services in our area were cancelled after a vehicle struck a bridge yesterday.

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The RNLI has repeated is warning to respect the sea this Easter after four people had to be rescued from heavy seas at Redcar on Friday;

Today's race meeting at Redcar has been cancelled because of the weather;

...and Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council are inviting nominations for the Inspiring Women awards.

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Four people had to be rescued from heavy seas at Redcar yesterday;

A statue celebrating Skelton’s mining history has been given the go-ahead - despite a council officer’s recommendation to reject the plans;

...and Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council are inviting nominations for the Inspiring Women awards.

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MP for Redcar, Anna Turley, has warned the government that cuts to neighbourhood policing are pushing scared and angry residents towards private protection firms;

A pupil from Middlesbrough has been given the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to take part in a swimming lesson alongside his classmates delivered by four-time Olympic medalist, Rebecca Adlington;

...and Cleveland Police are on the lookout for new officers to join their ranks as Police Community Support Officers.

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Police are appealing for witnesses to an assault which left a man with head injuries;

Parents are being urged to help Cleveland Fire Brigade make it a Happy Easter for everyone by continuing to support the drive to reduce deliberate fires;

...and train operator Northern is reminding its customers to plan their Easter travel carefully after further of the RMT strike action today.

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A local MP has presented a bill in the House of Commons to create new laws designed to stamp out the problem of used drug needles being left in public places;

Police are appealing for information after a man was injured by a car in Normanby;

...and police have once again recovered another nuisance motorbike from our area.

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Volunteers from the Cleveland Mountain Rescue team were called into action yesterday;

A local MP will today present a bill in the House of Commons to create new laws designed to stamp out the problem of used drug needles being left in public places;

...and police are reminding dog owners to keep their animals on a lead when walking in farmer's fields, as lambing season begins.

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A man has died after reports of a medical incident at a flat in Dormanstown;

The recent winter weather has caused serious building damage at Cleveland Ironstone Mining Museum;

...and Marske United's hopes of playing in a Wembley final were dashed at the weekend.

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Police are appealing for information after a white Mazda 2 vehicle was stolen as a result of a burglary on Shevington Grove in Marton;

Police are appealing for information after a 30-year-old cyclist was assaulted on Marton Road, outside the Prissick Sports Centre;

...and train operator Northern has announced that it will run almost 1,400 rail services during RMT strike days next week.

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Plans for a shop, car wash and tyre repair centre on the old Redcar bus station site are set for approval - despite nearly 250 letters of objection;

A team of energetic students have been joined by an international athlete as they took part in a The Nation’s Sport Relief Billion Steps Challenge;

...and tributes have been paid to local war veteran, Eddie Straight, who took part in the Allied Invasion, the Liberation of Belsen and the Burma campaign, who has died at the age of 97.

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