Police have confirmed they aren't looking for kidnappers in the Redcar rape case anymore but that they're still investigating the alleged rape;

Trains between Saltburn, Redcar and Middlesbrough aren't in service on Monday due to a strike;

...and inspirational women from across Redcar and Cleveland were recognised last night at the second annual Inspiring Women Awards.

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Police have now said that the circumstances surrounded a Redcar rape aren't as they first reported;

A marking event is being held today in Guisborough to help keep residents' property out of the hands of criminals;

...and the Inspiring Women Awards return to Redcar today to recognise oustanding women from across the area.

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Cleveland police have repeated their appeals for CCTV and dash cam footage following last weeks rape in Redcar;

Hospital staff from across two Teesside trusts have been honoured for a second time, following the success of a groundbreaking new unit;

...and the development of a children's hub aiming to provide a combined service for children and their families across the South Tees area was discussed in a Cabinet meeting held on Tuesday.

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A man has been arrested on suspicion of the rape that took place on Friday;

South Bank and North Ormesby walk-in centres are set to close next month;

...and the Inspiring Women Awards are back this year to recognise outstanding women across Redcar & Cleveland.

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Police are still investigating the rape of a woman on Redcar seafront;

The body of a man has been found in woodland near a pub near Guisborough;

...and community groups and businesses have joined forces with the council to carry out a deep clean of Guisborough’s Westgate.

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Cleveland Police are continuing to investigate the rape of a woman in her thirties in Redcar on Friday;

An opticians employee has appeared in court accused of stealing thousands of pounds;

...and a former merchant seaman who took part in the D-Day landings has been awarded the Legion d'Honneur.

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Cleveland Police are asking residents to look out for their elderly neighbours after a man was charged £200 for having his lawn mown;

A Redcar Councillor has raised over £300 so far to fund a dog park in memory of Baby and Scamp, two dogs victim to animal cruelty;

...and work is now under way to clean up Redcar and Cleveland as part of the Great British Spring Clean.

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A Redcar Councillor is trying to raise funds to build a dog park in memory of Baby and Scamp, two dogs victim to animal cruelty;

A new marker stone to remember an Eston church has been unveiled;

...and the former Co-Op in Normanby has finally reopened as a Family Shopper store.

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A 57-year-old Redcar man is today beginning a 27 year prison sentence after a terrifying catalogue of sex crimes spanning five decades;

Protesters have cheered and applauded outside Teesside Magistrates court after two Redcar men who pleaded guilty to animal cruelty yesterday were jailed;

...and Cleveland Police are enforcing new penalties for using a mobile phone while driving in a week-long crackdown.

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Two men are appearing in court today for sentencing after a dog was found buried in Kirkleatham Woods with a nail hammered in its head;

The health and safety watchdog is preparing to launch prosecutions over recent incidents at Boulby Mine;

...and more than 50 litter picks are set to take place across Redcar and Cleveland as part of the Great British Spring Clean.

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