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Police have said they are no longer treating the death of a man in a fire in Marske as a murder;

A second major carbon dioxide producer on Teesside could be about to offer a solution to the national shortage crippling the UK;

...and children and young people in Redcar and Cleveland will benefit from improved safeguarding support relating to domestic violence from October 1st.

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Police are appealing for witnesses after a collision involving a car and a cyclist in Guisborough;

Five Teesside men have been charged in connection with a major Iraqi-Kurdish people-smuggling network probe;

...and a man has been hailed a hero after rescuing two people and a dog from their burning home in Middlesbrough - just moments before an explosion blew out the windows.

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A car was set on fire and windows were smashed during an altercation involving several men reportedly carrying weapons;

The volunteers of the Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team have been called into action to assist a man who was taken ill whilst walking;

...and Police are appealing for witnesses and dash cam footage after a collision involving two vehicles in Middlesbrough.

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The Dorman Long industrial tower on the former Redcar steelworks site was demolished at the weekend;

A man has been arrested after an alleged assault on 16-year-old boy in Guisborough;

...and a woman had to be airlifted to a hospital on Teesside after suffering a fall on the beach.

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Campaigners have reacted with shock and sadness after it was revealed that the Dorman Long tower could be demolished within 48 hours;

A dispersal order has been put in place in the Hemlington area after recent reports of antisocial behaviour and criminality in the area;

...and Police are appealing for witnesses to a collision involving two vehicles on the junction of the A174 and Stokesley Road in Middlesbrough.

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Emergency services have once again been called to Hemlington after a previous night of vandalism and attacks;

A mobile Covid testing unit is to be deployed at an East Cleveland school following a number of positive cases;

...and Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council have apologised after blue bins weren't emptied in Guisborough yesterday.

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Local MP Simon Clarke has been appointed as chief secretary to the treasury, as part of Boris Johnson's cabinet reshuffle;

Police are once again appealing for footage after a crash outside a local hospital left a driver with severe leg injuries;

...and detectives investigating a report of a man hit by a car in Grangetown are now asking for anyone who hasn't already spoken to police to come forward.

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An unexpected power cut has left almost 8,000 homes in our area without power yesterday evening;

A man and woman have been arrested after neighbourhood officers in Middlesbrough executed a drugs warrant;

...and Police have now arrested three men in connection with a report of a firearms incident in Middlesbrough on Friday.

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A man has been charged following an alleged burglary at a local school last week;

Police are now able to name a man who died following a road traffic collision on the A171 last Thursday;

...and Police are appealing for information after a report of robbery in Middlesbrough in which an electric bike was reported as stolen.

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Police are appealing for information following a reported firearms incident in Middlesbrough on Friday;

The Dorman Long Tower at Teesworks will be demolished after an independent study revealed "ongoing and irreversible" damage to the structure and highlighted costs running into the millions would only extend its life by a few years;

...and more than 150 ambassadors will help showcase Redcar and Cleveland as a fantastic place in which to live, enjoy and do business next week.

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