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Teesside care homes to welcome Covid positive patients
CARE homes on Teesside have been warned to brace themselves for the arrival of Covid positive patients in a matter of days.

Detectives appeal for anonymous letter writer to come forward in Steven Clark murder probe
MEMBERS of a murder investigation team have been scouring a school playing field in the search for answers surrounding the disappearance of man almost 30 years ago.

Detectives searching Marske for trace of missing Steven Clark
AN ANONYMOUS letter writer could hold vital clues about the suspected murder of disabled man Steven Clark, who disappeared from east Cleveland almost 30 years ago.

Father's shock at murder allegation
A FATHER arrested on suspicion of murdering his own son has spoken of his shock.

Former steelworkers back on site at Teesworks
SIX former steelworkers are once again on the ground at the former Redcar steelworks site after securing jobs with Hall Construction Services Ltd to remediate land as part of the Teesworks redevelopment.

Barry Coppinger's temporary replacement has been appointed
AN interim police and crime commissioner has been appointed for Cleveland in the wake of Barry Coppinger's decision to resign last week after a criminal investigation was launched into his conduct.

Meet Kirkleatham Owl Centre's largest, but not brightest bird in the flock
Today, we are back at Kirkleatham Owl Centre, giving you a behind the scenes tour. Read about the birds, watch their progress in training, and get up close and personal with other residents, including the meerkat and porcupine families. This week, it is time to meet the largest residents...

Missing vulnerable 79-year-old found
Police have located a 79-year-old who was missing earlier this evening.

Covid: Care homes suspend visits
CARE homes around Middlesbrough and Redcar and Cleveland have been advised to suspend visits in order to protect residents from Covid-19.

Cold-case review results in two people arrested on suspicion of murder
TWO people have been arrested on suspicion of murder in connection with the disappearance of a man almost 30 years ago.