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Man assaulted outside bar - 19-year-old arrested
A MAN was allegedly assaulted outside a bar in the early hours of this morning.
Armed forces honoured as Redcar Races revives nostalgic spirit of the 1940s
MEMBERS of the armed forces are being offered a free day out this weekend as a North-East racecourse revives the spirit of the war years.
MP wants £200m from Government for former steel plant site
AN MP has called on the Government to make a £200m cash pledge towards regeneration of the former SSI steel plant site at Redcar.
RAF medic climbs Roseberry Topping 28 times in memory of three-day-old son
AN RAF medic who went through the trauma of losing his three-day-old son, has climbed Roseberry Topping 28 times in one day to help other bereaved parents.
Letters: Sand sculptures vandals are cruel insensitive morons
WHAT cruel, insensitive morons could sink so low as to vandalise Redcar’s sand sculptures commemorating our heroes of the First World War (Echo, July 16)?
Pervert blamed computer hackers for child sex pictures
A MAN caught with indecent images of children and extreme pornography told police his computer had been hacked.
Ghost of pilot spooks historians and hotel staff at old RAF base
GHOSTLY goings on at a former RAF base in the North-East are spooking historians and hotel staff.
World Cup spike in domestic violence leaves refuges full
THE “darker side of football” has been laid bare as a domestic violence charity revealed there had been a spike in incidents during England’s World Cup campaign.
War hero sculptures beheaded in act of vandalism
YOUNG vandals who defaced and beheaded popular sand sculptures are being sought by police.
NHS commissioning group placed into special measures
TWO of the region’s clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) have been rated as inadequate in NHS England performance ratings.