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Highest Blue Flag cleanliness award for Saltburn
SALTBURN has again been named a Blue Flag award winner, Keep Britain Tidy’s highest accolade.

Punters thrilled to be back at Redcar Races
THE long wait is finally over with spectators returning to Redcar Races for the first time since October 2019.

Living life on the edge with The Northern Echo Camera Club
THIS week, The Northern Echo Camera Club captures light changes and hidden joys in all weathers.

Eeh Bah Gum – the crowds are back at Redcar Races
CROWDS return to Redcar Races tomorrow (Monday) for the first time since October 2019 as coronavirus restrictions continue to be eased.

Drug dealers and violent offenders are being targeted by police
A MONTH-long campaign to disrupt the work of organised crime gangs has started as police begin to actively target their networks.

Mayor urges local people to apply for new construction jobs
TEES Valley Mayor Ben Houchen is urging construction managers looking for their next role across Teesside, Darlington and Hartlepool to apply for vital Programme Manager jobs and help drive forward the regeneration of the Teesworks site.

Drugs baron Jonathan Moorby jailed for a further 14 years
A DRUGS baron who continued to run his lucrative cocaine business while on the run in Thailand has had another 14 years added to his sentence.

Teesside University students discuss positive impact of scholarship
TWO students who received a boost to their education thanks to an innovative scholarship have shared the positive impact it has had on their lives.

Residents urged to keep within rules as Covid-19 restrictions are further unlocked
RESIDENTS in Redcar and Cleveland have been urged to keep within the rules while enjoying new found freedoms when Covid-related restrictions are relaxed again from Monday.

Police give 'strong words of advice' after baby left alone in car while parents shopped in B&M
POLICE were contacted by a concerned menber of the public after a baby was left alone in a car, while the parents went shopping.