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McFly's Danny Jones on why he expects to wipe away the tears at Pride of Britain
'The nominees often don’t think they are heroes, but they are'

The complex ownership of Marton Country Club includes link to Teesside car dealer
A successful Acklam car dealership has the same director and address as the firm which bought the now-destroyed hotel

Sexual predator who plied children with alcohol and drugs shouts ''f***ing bulls***' as he is caged
'Dangerous offender' Stephen Allen made a furious outburst as he was locked up for a string of vile offences

Newport Bridge closed after Cleveland Police respond to incident
The force was called to the bridge at 9.05am

1,300 cannabis plants worth £800,000 removed and equipment given to charities
Police found the plants last week but needed to co-ordinate their efforts to clear the site

Could burials in Teesside town be at a dead end as graves fill up?
While there is plenty of room across the area cemeteries at some towns are already facing limited space

'Ellie fell into the darkness - and I heard a thud': Dangling teen lost grip and plunged 150ft
Ellie Young fell from Saltburn Viaduct on February 10 despite her friend's desperate attempts to save her

Hardcore addicts to be given free heroin in controversial £180k trial
Cleveland's police and crime commissioner thinks the controversial scheme will save money and 'turn lives around'

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Gavin Barnes knocked on a door looking for help - but his appeal for kindness cost him his life
Craig Barstow and Craig Fletcher punched, kicked and stamped on defenceless stranger Gavin Barnes, leaving his lifeless body covered in more than 100 injuries