105FM :: Local Radio for Redcar & Cleveland

RNLI and coastguard teams had to race against the incoming tide yesterday to rescue a woman with a broken leg from the beach at Redcar;

Covid cases are steadily falling across Teesside, but a significant number of people are still being admitted to hospitals;

...and a large number of cannabis plants have been seized in North Ormesby

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Police are appealing for witnesses following an assault in Middlesbrough;

It's been announced that a major tourist attraction in our area will open its gates to visitors on the 25th of August after undergoing a remarkable restoration;

...and visitors to Guisborough will now be greeted by a smart and modern new toilet block and improved car parking area on Fountain Street.

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Two juveniles have been arrested following a report that a home in Eston was broken into and a woman assaulted;

Police searching for a missing 66-year-old man from Stokesley have released new images which appear to show him travelling by bus in the direction of Newcastle;

...and a popular Teesside convenience store has confirmed it will be closed for seven to 10 days after an electrical fire damaged the premises.

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Police are reminding Eston residents to keep doors and windows locked after three burglaries in the area yesterday;

It's been announced that millions of pounds will be spent on changing the lives of vulnerable people across and Redcar and Cleveland and Middlesbrough;

...and the Boro bus is back today for people in our area who haven't yet had their Covid jab.

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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.

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A Covid-19 protest has ended with a huge police response in Middlesbrough town centre at the weekend;

Police are appealing for information after a collision involving a female pedestrian in Redcar;

...and Police in Redcar are investigating following several reports of graffiti which has been written during the hours of darkness over the past few days.

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A man was arrested after a report of a burglary in progress in Hemlington;

63 speeding drivers have been stopped so far during a campaign aimed at tackling speeding offences across Cleveland and Durham;

...and excitement is building as the final preparations are made for welcoming Britain’s fastest professional cyclists to Guisborough next weekend.

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Police are appealing for information after a firearm was discharged at a property in Ormesby yesterday morning;

Volunteers are being asked to help deter speeding motorists in Nunthorpe by signing up to a new Community Speed Watch;

...and members of the public have been turning out to get their Covid jabs in our area this week.

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Armed police were called after reports of 'shots' being fired and a house window smashed in Guisborough;

Police are appealing for information following a burglary in Eston;

...and a man who breached a domestic violence protection order has been given a two-week custodial sentence.

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The latest figures show that the highest coronavirus infection rates in the country are all on Teesside, but cases are beginning to fall;

Cleveland Police are asking residents of Eston to be vigilant after the Force received 5 reports of walk-in burglaries or attempted burglaries since Saturday;

...and the volunteers of the Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team have been called into action in our area.

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