Cleveland Police say they are linking a break-in in Middlesbrough and a stabbing in the town;

The biggest single investment in Teesside industry in generations has been hailed as a ‘transformational’ moment for jobs and Teesworks’ ambition as global capital for green energy and innovation;

...and Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council are reminding drivers that essential resurfacing works on the A174 Lazenby Bypass will start this coming Monday.

 

Cleveland Police say they are linking a break-in in Middlesbrough and a stabbing in the town.

Police were called to a report of a break-in at a property on Jedburgh Street at around 6:15 yesterday morning, where a cannabis farm was located in the property.

A short time later, around 6:40am, a man was found with stab wounds on Woodlands Road in the town.

Officers say that they are currently linking the two incidents.

The male was taken to James Cook University Hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

Enquiries are ongoing, and anyone with information is asked to contact Cleveland Police on the non-emergency number 101.

 

The biggest single investment in Teesside industry in generations has been hailed as a ‘transformational’ moment for jobs and Teesworks’ ambition as global capital for green energy and innovation.

Net Zero Teesside Power and the Northern Endurance Partnership have selected contractors for engineering, procurement, and construction contracts with a combined value of around £4billion.

The selection of nine leading specialist contractors across eight contract packages is a major milestone for the Teesside-based projects, which would contribute to the UK’s journey towards net zero emissions by 2050.

Hartlepool-based Liberty Steel is among the companies selected, which represents a significant opportunity for both the local and UK supply chain.

The project could create and support up to 4,000 jobs during construction and operations and add up to £300million to the economy per year.

 

Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council are reminding drivers that essential resurfacing works on the A174 Lazenby Bypass will start this coming Monday.

Subject to weather conditions, the works will take place between 8.00pm – 6.00am for 7 nights to minimise disruption.

The Eastbound carriageway will be closed between the A1053 Greystone Roundabout and the A1042 Kirkleatham Lane Roundabout.

A signed diversion route via the A1053 Greystone Road - otherwise known as the Mad Mile, then onto the Trunk Road and Kirkleatham Lane will be in place for safety reasons.

The council have apologised for any inconvenience the works may cause.


We use cookies to improve our website and your experience when using it. Cookies used for the essential operation of this site have already been set. To find out more about the cookies we use and how to delete them, see our privacy policy.

  I accept cookies from this site.
EU Cookie Directive Module Information