Rescuers have warned owners to keep their pets on leads after a dog fell off a cliff edge at Saltburn;

Three people have appeared in court following a report of vehicle robbery in Ormesby;

...and the Government has backed plans for a world-leading carbon capture energy facility on Teesside.

 

Rescuers have warned owners to keep their pets on leads after a dog fell off a cliff edge at Saltburn.

Redcar Coastguard were called to Huntcliff, at Saltburn, on Saturday afternoon and had to rescue a pup which had fallen.

The team said the incident took place at 1.22pm and confirmed they were assisted by Staithes Coastguard and Whitby Coastguard.

A full rope set up and a rope technician successfully rescued the dog.

Members of the public are reminded that if you see anyone in trouble on or near the coast you should dial 999 and ask for the coastguard.

 

Three people have appeared in court following a report of vehicle robbery in Ormesby.

In the early hours of Sunday, a driver reported that three males had threatened him at a petrol station in Ormesby before taking his Ford Ka.

Officers from the Matrix Team pursued, located and stopped the vehicle and arrested all three suspects, and they were later charged with robbery. 

Two teenage boys and a 23-year-old man were appeared at court yesterday after being charged in connection with the report of the robbery of a car at the weekend.

The 23-year-old was also charged with various driving offences, possession of Class C drugs, and possession of a bladed article.

Police say that their enquiries are ongoing.

 

The Government has backed plans for a world-leading carbon capture energy facility on Teesside.

Net Zero Teesside Power - under development by partners bp and Equinor at Teesworks - has received backing by the Secretary of State after a planning process lasting more than two years.

A Development Consent Order now has been granted for the scheme.

These consent orders are required for nationally significant infrastructure projects such as airports, power stations or railways.

The step is described as a "major milestone" in the plans.


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