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A man has appeared at Teesside Magistrates Court after being charged in relation to two recent alleged incidents in Eastbourne Road in Middlesbrough;

Demolition of the Redcar Blast Furnace has begun, as teams move in to clear every one of the 11 major plants across the site to make it ready for future investment;

...and the Redcar Coastguard Rescue Team have been called into action in our area after reports of a person in danger of being cut off by the tide at Huntcliff in Saltburn.

 

A man has appeared at Teesside Magistrates Court after being charged in relation to two recent alleged incidents in Eastbourne Road in Middlesbrough.

A man was arrested after police received a report of theft from the One Stop Shop on the afternoon of 30th July.

And at around 3.20am on Sunday morning, police attended a report of an on-going break in at another commercial premises.  

Officers detained a 39-year-old man on suspicion of breach of bail conditions and on suspicion of burglary.

He was interviewed, charged and detained to court.

 

Demolition of the Redcar Blast Furnace has begun, as teams move in to clear every one of the 11 major plants across the site to make it ready for future investment.

The first section of the iconic structure to be dismantled was the main charge conveyor. This fed the blast furnace with the materials needed to produce iron.

Demolition has also continued on the Basic Oxygen Steelmaking Plant with the demolition of the chimney stacks, with the first chimney pulled down today and all seven stacks set to be flattened by the end of the month.

Clearance work has also ramped up on key buildings at the South Bank and Redcar Coke Ovens and the Sinter Plant.

 

The Redcar Coastguard Rescue Team have been called into action in our area after reports of a person in danger of being cut off by the tide at Huntcliff in Saltburn.

The man was only minutes away from being underwater as the tide was coming in, so team members were sent out to try to get his attention.

Along the way they met the mans partner who was talking to him on the phone and he was strongly urged to get back. 

Finally he emerged into sight and was already getting wet feet because of the rapidly rising water.

Luckily the man was in good health and safety advice was given.

The public are reminded that if you see anyone in trouble on the beach or cliffs you should 999 and ask for the Coastguard.


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