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A local MP has expressed his disappointment that the government has turned down a request to to extend SSI Taskforce funding to workers being made redundant at Boulby Potash, saying it would set an unworkable precedent;

Police are appealing for information after a man was racially abused outside the Sainsbury’s store in Eston;

...and business owners in Redcar have voiced their concerns over increasing crime in Redcar.

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A woman has died following a two vehicle collision on the A174 on Friday;

A family dog has died after falling over the cliffs at Saltburn;

...and redevelopment of the former site of the Redcar Bowl could be moving a step closer.

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A man who killed a motorcyclist by throwing a spade at him has been jailed for six years;

Police are appealing for witnesses following serious collision on a major route in our area;

...and schools have warned parents about a fight which has been planned between youngsters from both Redcar and Guisborough.

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Another dog from our area is suspected to have died after contracting the deadly flesh-eating Alabama Rot;

Cold callers are being told they are not welcome on an estate in Guisborough;

...and members of the public can get the chance to explore Redcar and Cleveland on foot this January and February as the Winter Walking Festival gets set to take in all corners of the borough.

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Police in Redcar say that they have had a busy few days dealing with calls relating to nuisance vehicles;

Officers have increased patrols in Redcar following an increase in burglaries in the town;

...and triathletes looking to test themselves against some of the best in the country are being encouraged to confirm their place in the Redcar Sprint Triathlon.

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A court has heard how a man stole items from a Saltburn supermarket after biting off the security tags;

Plans for a care home at a derelict site close to Redcar seafront might finally be taking shape;

...and the Mayor of Redcar and Cleveland has invited residents to a ceremony in Redcar’s Garden of Remembrance to mark National Holocaust Memorial Day.

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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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