A round up of Local News in Redcar and Cleveland for Monday 19th September 2016
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A round up of Local News in Redcar and Cleveland for Tuesday 13th September 2016
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A round up of Local News in Redcar and Cleveland for Wednesday 7th September 2016
A round up of Local News in Redcar and Cleveland for Tuesday 6th September 2016
A round up of Local News in Redcar and Cleveland for Monday 5th September 2016
A round up of Local News in Redcar and Cleveland for Saturday 3rd September 2016
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A round up of Local News in Redcar and Cleveland for Thursday 1st September 2016
A round up of Local News in Redcar and Cleveland for Wednesday 31st August 2016
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A round up of Local News in Redcar and Cleveland for Saturday 27th August 2016.
A round up of Local News in Redcar and Cleveland for Friday 26th August 2016.
A pioneering scheme to support children caught up in domestic abuse is to be extended to the Redcar and Cleveland area.
Cleveland Police are appealing for information after two African Grey Parrots were stolen from a property in the Berwick Hills area of Middlesbrough.
Traffic Police are appealing for information after a crash left a man injured on Sunday evening (27th September).
The leader of the Labour Party Jeremy Corbyn has insisted the Government could “quite easily” intervene to save Teesside’s steel making industry.
The area's MP's have been reacting to the news that the Redcar Steelworks is to be mothballed.
After weeks of uncertainty about the future of steelmaking on Teesside, SSI have announced this morning that the Redcar Steel Plant will be mothballed, with the loss of around 1700 jobs.
Police are appealing for information after a 31-year-old male was attacked by a Staffordshire Bull Terrier whilst he was playing football on Roseberry Fields at Roseberry Road in Redcar.
Over two thousands people braved the breezy conditions and rain last night to continue the campaign to save the Redcar Steelworks at the Majuba Road Car Park.
Motorists faced severe delays on the A174 this morning after a protest at the entrances to the Wilton site.
Emergency Services were scrambled to a crash on the B1269 Redcar to Guisborough road this morning.
Communities across Redcar and Cleveland have walked away with a number of trophies as the annual Northumbria in Bloom competition.
As speculation rises about the future of SSI and the Redcar Steelworks, Anna Turley, the Labour MP for Redcar, has called on SSI to step up and show its commitment to the steelworks, the workforce and it's suppliers.
Cleveland Police are appealing for information after a 35-year-old woman was robbed near to the cemetery and Saint Aidan’s Church in Boosbeck near Lingdale at around 11.30pm on Tuesday night.
Cleveland Police are appealing for witnesses after a 17-year-old male was found injured at around Midnight Tuesday on a pathway between Flatts Lane and Holmfields in Normanby.
It's the 25th anniversary of Redcar & Cleveland's twinning association with the German town.
Business Minister Anna Soubry has said the Government is "limited" in what it can do to aid steel producer SSI because of strict EU rules.
Lifeboats from Redcar RNLI were launched yesterday (Sunday 20 September 2015) around 11.30am after the Coastguard received 999 calls reporting two people in difficulties in the sea near to the Majuba Rd car park in Redcar.
Police are warning people that someone could be killed following the dangerous actions of youths who have been throwing objects at moving vehicles on local roads.
SSI UK announced this morning that is it pausing the iron and steelmaking operations at its Redcar plant, due to ongoing issues with the supply of raw materials and services.
The Redcar MP Anna Turley addressed the government earlier on how they must act to save steelmaking on Teesside.
The iconic Old Town Hall in Guisborough is now back in the hands of local people after Redcar and Cleveland Council has completed the purchase.
Prolonged heavy rain across Redcar and Cleveland led to road closures and public transport disruption earlier today.
The Clean Energy Switch campaign will use the bargaining power of tens of thousands of people to cut the cost of renewable energy making it affordable for ordinary families.
Anna Turley, MP for Redcar, has shown her support for women with breast cancer by dressing up in pink and encouraging her constituents to take part in Breast Cancer Now’s flagship fundraiser, wear it pink, on Friday 23rd October.
Cleveland Police are appealing for witnesses after a fatal crash on the A174 between Boulby Mine and Staithes last night (Saturday 12th September) in which a 28 year old man died.
Anyone looking to get their community project off the ground is invited to attend the Community Funding Fair.
Throughout the North East, civic leaders and community groups unveiled the new shop signage on this week.
Redcar MP Anna Turley has welcomed the news that upgrade work on the temperamental rail crossing on West Dyke Road will begin in November.
Traffic cops and police dogs from Cleveland and Durham’s joint policing team are set to star in a new series of the popular ‘Police Interceptors’ show.
From 11am on Saturday 26th September, The Saltburn Framing Company & Gallery will open its doors to celebrate its official launch party.
Two new exhibitions are now been displayed at Kirkleatham Museum showcasing style, design, imagination and originality, celebrating British holidaymaking.
An eye doctor from The James Cook University Hospital is jetting off to Africa to join the fight against blindness in rural Angola.
The North East has the highest percentage of phones dropped into toilet at 17% - the joint highest in the UK!
The Specsavers team in Redcar have joined North East branches to collect for Vision Aid Overseas
Runners still have time to get their entries in for one of the regions key events in the North East road running calendar.
Anna Turley, MP for Redcar has taken a key step towards helping end the stigma surrounding dementia by becoming a Dementia Friend and encourages locals to do the same.
Health chiefs are urging patients not to miss hospital appointments after 67,500 were wasted last year at South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
More than 600 drivers were caught speeding during a week-long campaign in Cleveland and Durham.
Cleveland Fire Brigade will be offering businesses in Teesside ‘simple’ safety messages during the UK Business Safety Week, taking place from 7th to 13th September 2015.
Thousands of racegoers from across the region turned out last weekend to experience Redcar’s hottest event on the racing calendar.
The Tees Valley has submitted ambitious proposals for devolution to the Government today (Friday, 4th September).
Road policing crews from Cleveland and Durham Police are supporting a Europe-wide seatbelt campaign next week.
As Cleveland Police reach their second anniversary of the launch of a dedicated unit to tackle online grooming they are reminding parents how to ensure their children stay safe online.
If you come down to the woods on Sunday you’re sure of a big surprise. You may not find a teddy bear’s picnic but you will find lots of other fun things for all the family to enjoy at the 12th Guisborough Forest Festival.
A man's being questioned by Cleveland Police on suspicion of child abduction after the disappearance of a 14 year old girl from Eston.
Boro star George Friend was joined by Redcar MP Anna Turley at the graduation ceremony for this summer’s National Citizen Service participants.
An innovative project set up to improve the quality of life for the elderly and vulnerable in Redcar and Cleveland has taken on two new members of staff.
Five young people from Redcar and Cleveland have scooped Gold and Silver medals as part of the GB Team at the Special Olympics 2015, World Summer Games held in Los Angeles in July.
On Merchant Navy Day, Thursday, September 3, Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council, will fly the Red Ensign at Redcar and Cleveland Community Heart to raise awareness of the UK’s dependence on Merchant Navy seafarers.
Researchers are spearheading a unique project to change the behaviour of teenagers and prevent them getting into dangerous situations as a result of alcohol.
Only two teams remain unbeaten in the Teesside Football League First Division after the weekend's action.
Redcar Racecourse stages its most important sporting occasion of the year on Saturday when over £225,000 will be won by successful horses.
Businesses that offer healthy food options could soon be rewarded for their efforts thanks to a range of Awards launched today in Redcar and Cleveland.
A PORTRAIT of Mo Mowlam, Redcar’s well-known former MP, is back in her old constituency of 14 years as part of a cultural education programme.
From Wednesday 1st October 2014 the only number to call to contact the Police in a non-emergency will be 101. The 326326 number will be de-activated from this time and will no longer be available; a recorded message will advise the caller to contact 101.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a collision in the car park of Cleveland Retail Park on Skippers Lane in South Bank last Friday.
Guisborough's improved run ended abruptly on Saturday at the hands of Bishop Auckland.
Five Yorkshire cricketers will travel in this winter's England Performance Squad, with Joe Root joining the full One Day Side ahead of this spring's World Cup.
During a hustings event on Thursday night, Councillor Josh Mason was selected to take the reins from Redcar’s Liberal Democrat MP Ian Swales to stand as an MP in the 2015 General Election.
Redcar Racecourse is celebrating being given a Gold Award for it's blooms for the third year running.
A man has appeared in court accused of a late night attack on a woman in Brotton.
A 39 year old man has been arrested and bailed after questioning by Cleveland Police, after the body of a 37 year old woman was found in the early hours of this morning at a property on New Rd in Guisborough.
Young people throughout Redcar & Cleveland will get the opportunity to perform live - thanks to some upcoming rehearsal sessions!
Cleveland Police are appealing for information after an altercation in a newsagents in Whale Hill resulted in a man suffering a dislocated shoulder.
Cleveland Police are appealing for information after a red Ford Fiesta was set alight in South Bank behind the Princess Alice Public House.
A couple whose children first inspired their taste for unusual holiday lets have turned to a literary classic in a bid to transform a corner of Redcar & Cleveland into the fabled Middle Earth.
Police are appealing to trace a man who was walking his dog who may be able to assist with enquiries into an alleged assault in Brotton.
Anna Turley, Labour candidate for Redcar constituency, has welcomed Labour’s plan to raise the National Minimum Wage to £8 an hour by the end of next Parliament.
A thirty minute documentary film looking back at Redcar's experience of World War One is now available with new subtitling on YouTube - thanks to the efforts of a local history enthusiast.
Police have confirmed that they are not treating the death of a man who was found in a house in Minskip Court, Guisborough on Friday as suspicious.
Lives of residents involved in World War One are being showcased as part of an exhibition at Kirkleatham Museum.
There is still time left for keen runners to sign up for the Redcar Half Marathon before the deadline passes on Thursday 25th September.
Police are appealing to trace missing 48-year-old Trevor Himsworth from the Boosebeck area of East Cleveland.
The Redcar RNLI launched to the assistance of a broken down fishing boat earlier today, Tuesday 16 September 2014.
Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council will be hosting a clean-up of the town’s beaches as part of the now annual Great British Beach Clean.
Police are investigating a number of incidents which are said to have occurred in the Guisborough area on the night of Saturday 13th September, and during the early hours of Sunday 14th September.
Police are appealing for witnesses following a robbery at a store in Brotton shortly before 10pm on Monday 8th September.
Redcar Constituency MP Ian Swales teamed up with Sport England on Friday to host a successful funding clinic for local sports clubs.
Guisborough continued their fine run with another thumping win, this time over Sunderland RCA, after Anthony Hume's hat-trick.
At around 11:45pm on Friday 12th September, police were called to a report of an overturned Vauxhall Vivaro on the eastbound carriageway of the A66 near to Southbank.
A leading glove manufacturer has answered the call to help a response officer who needed specially adapted disposable gloves to carry out his duties.
Local firefighters have been staging an event on the streets of Redcar today as part of a national tour.
Marske United prepare for their third FA Cup tie of the season, an all-Northern League affair against league leaders Dunston on Saturday.
Yorkshire's cricketers took the County Championship for the first time in 13 years after a crushing win over rivals Nottinghamshire on Friday.
Guisborough Town hammered highly-rated Jarrow Roofing in midweek, Chris Hardy's men host Sunderland RCA on Saturday- here's the boss' thoughts...
Cleveland’s Rural Crime team has been nominated for a prestigious National Farmers Union (NFU) National Country Crime Fighters award.
Police are appealing for information after a spate of stone-throwing incidents on the A174 last night put motorists lives at risk.
Cleveland Police has taken part in an operation involving seven police forces which saw travelling criminals being targeted across the north of England and Scotland.
Twitter users in Redcar and Cleveland have been named as the biggest swearers in the country.
Officers investigating a robbery in the Normanby area are appealing for anyone with information to contact them.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a girl was sexually assaulted in North Ormesby, Middlesbrough.
Police are appealing for witnesses to an incident in which a taxi driver was assaulted in North Ormesby.
Road policing crews from the Cleveland and Durham Specialist Operations Unit will be taking part in a Europe-wide seatbelt campaign this week.
There were major problems on roads in our area this morning following two separate accidents.
A speeding campaign aimed at saving lives on rural roads has led to more than 350 people caught speeding in Cleveland and Durham.
An astonishing game of football saw Guisborough throw away a 3-1 half-time lead to go down 6-5 in a treat for the neutral, but what did Boro boss Chris Hardy think...?
Cleveland Mountain Rescue team were called to assist a young boy at Eston Nab in the early hours of Saturday morning.
MP for Redcar Constituency Ian Swales has today supported his Liberal Democrat colleague’s private members bill calling for further reform of the spare room subsidy, more commonly referred to as the ‘bedroom tax’.
Police are concerned as to the whereabouts of 14 year-old Jordan Taylor who was last seen at 9.20pm on Thursday 4th September in Birchington Avenue.
Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council have approved an application to erect a wind turbine on farm land overlooking Guisborough.
Guisborough saw off much-fancied Shildon 1-0 in midweek thanks to Tom Marron's second half strike, they host West Auckland this Saturday...
A couple have been left devastated after burglars broke into their home in Eston whilst they were away on holiday and stole items worth thousands of pounds.
After 39 years of shoe-shop-service one Redcar woman is finally getting the chance to put her feet up.
ESCO (UK) Ltd have today announced the closure of their Guisborough foundry.
An officer who was confronted with a man who was making threats to the public in a busy town centre was assisted by helpful members of the public.
Police would like to remind members of the public to be vigilant when leaving items on show in vehicles after a number of opportunist thefts in the Redcar and Cleveland area.
Police are appealing for information after several thousand pounds’ worth of pet accessories were stolen during a break in at Pet Mania on Skippers Lane.
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