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More than 1000 jobs could be coming to Redcar & Cleveland if a new power station gets the go ahead.

A new online map has been created to let residents know if flooding is a threat to their home.

...and the first evening jobs fair organised by the SSI Task Force is taking place today in Redcar.

Redcar's MP Anna Turley has said that Tory MP's who scuppered her parliamentary bill for Baby's Law have 'undermined democracy';

Ambitious plans have been approved to invest half a million pounds to develop 45 beach huts along Saltburn seafront;

...and a superb goalkeeping display by Jordan Nixon rescued what could be a vital point for Guisborough Town against Ryhope at the King George the Fifth ground on Saturday.

Conservative MPs have blocked Redcar MP Anna Turley's bill to toughen up animal cruelty sentences;

Two charity boxes have been stolen from a family-run business in Loftus;

... and Redcar and Cleveland Council has set its budget for the coming financial year.

Police are appealing for information after a 16-year-old was assaulted in Ormesby;

A family have been left heartbroken after a headstone at Loftus Cemetery was smashed in half;

...and it's the last chance for residents to share their views on how a multi-million pound investment should be spent to improve Redcar town centre.

Two men from our area have admitted animal cruelty offences after a dog was found buried alive in Kirkleatham Woods last October with a nail hammered into its head;

Plans to demolish the slaughterhouse in Boosbeck have now been approved;

...and Redcar & Cleveland Council are asking residents for their views on how a multi-million pound investment should be spent to improve Redcar town centre.

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Mining operations have been suspended for today after a fire broke out underground earlier this morning.

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The Freemason's Provincial Grand Charity and members of Redcar's De Brus Lodge presented £700 to Ruth Fox, manager of the Redcar Foodbank.

Officers from the Community Drug Enforcement Team are warning of the dangers of a drug believed to be in circulation in the Guisborough area after three people were hospitalised. 

Two charity boxes were among items stolen during a burglary at the Tea Rooms in Saltburn’s Valley Gardens at the weekend.

PD Ports is celebrating gaining recognition for its community engagement by Business in the Community. During the Responsible Business Awards 2015, the port operator gained shortlisted status in the ‘Freshfields Work Inclusion Award’ and received re-accreditation of a ‘Big Tick’, first awarded last year.

The national charity Street League has been awarded £25,000 by The Freemasons’ Grand Charity. This grant will fund the delivery of three Academy programmes over the course of one year in Middlesbrough.

A Redcar charity, which received support from Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council’s Enterprise Team, has walked away with a Best New Business Award at a recent awards ceremony.

THIEVES stole hi-fi equipment from a silver Mercedes parked in a Guisborough Street.

The incident happened in the early hours of Easter Monday, April 21, when the vehicle was parked on the drive of a property in Baysdale Close.

A HUGE rise in the number of people in the North-East turning to foodbanks has been branded 'shocking but not unsurprising.'

Foodbank operator the Trussel Trust reported a 463 per cent increase in users across the region, claiming 900,000 people used the service.

CHARITIES and community groups in and around Guisborough are being urged to bid for cash.

Guisborough Town Council has funding available from its grants and donations budget.

REDCAR MP Ian Swales underwent a blood test to alert constituents to the dangers of diabetes.

SHE may soon be gone, but parish councillors are determined she will not be forgotten.

A SECOND Saltburn Food Festival is being planned following the success of last year's inaugural event which attracted more than 20,000 people.

VISITORS to the new leisure centre in Redcar will have to pay to use the car park.

SALTBURN, Marske and New Marske have a new police officer on the beat.

ENTRIES are now being invited for the annual Redcar in Bloom competition.

ARSONISTS are being blamed for starting a fire which badly damaged a house in Brotton.

RESIDENTS have until Friday, April 25, to make their views known on controversial plans to build executive homes on the outskirts of Marske.    


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