Police are investigating after a woman died following a collision with a vehicle late on Sunday night;

Detectives are appealing for information after a man was robbed of his wallet and phone in Redcar at the weekend;

...and tests have shown that not all material dredged for a vast new quay at Teesworks will be suitable for disposal at sea.

 

Police are investigating after a woman died following a collision with a vehicle late on Sunday night.

The incident happened around 10:45pm on Boosbeck Road at Skelton Green, when a female pedestrian is believed to have been in collision with a dark coloured vehicle, possibly an SUV type, which did not stop at the scene.

The vehicle is believed to have continued towards Skelton village following the collision.

Officers are appealing for the driver of the vehicle to come forward and are also appealing to anyone who may have information regarding a dark coloured vehicle with front end damage.

Any witnesses or anyone with dash cam footage who may be able to assist with the ongoing investigation is asked to contact Cleveland Police on the non-emergency number 101.

 

Detectives are appealing for information after a man was robbed of his wallet and phone in Redcar at the weekend.

The 22-year-old man was walking along Lord Street at around ten to three on Sunday morning, when he passed the junction with Charlotte Street a man came of the street, brandishing a large knife and robbed him.

The victim did not suffer any injuries but was left extremely shaken.

The suspect is described as 6 feet tall, wearing all dark clothing and a balaclava and he had a local accent.

Police are appealling for any witnesses or anyone with dash cam or CCTV from the area at the time to contact them on 101.

 

Tests have shown that not all material dredged for a vast new quay at Teesworks will be suitable for disposal at sea.

Worry and frustration over dead crustaceans washing up on Teesside’s coastline has sparked protests and calls for action since late last year - with concern that livelihoods are being devastated.

A fresh investigation by Defra and partner agencies published last month found a harmful algal bloom in the area was identified as of “significance” - but dredging continued to be ruled out as a likely cause of the trouble.

No single consistent causative factor was identified.

Work is continuing on the £107m South Bank Quay to offer a link to the River Tees for manufacturers at Teesworks.

Teesworks bosses say no dredging has taken place fo the project yet, but activity is due to take place later this year - with the channel deepened and dredged to a depth between 11m and 15m.


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