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Appeal on behalf of Coroner as two people from Redcar die
TEESSIDE'S Coroner’s Office is appealing to trace relatives of two people who passed away this last weekend.
Festival of Thrift set to move from Kirkleatham to Billingham
Organisers said it was “time to move on” with the festival, which has been in Redcar since 2016 after originally starting in Darlington ten years ago
Watch: Hartlepool fishermen's empty lobster pots in North Sea
A VIDEO showing North East fishermen struggling to catch lobsters in the North Sea demostrates the scale of the problem facing the industry.
Concern over 'devastating' death of crustaceans in North East
SEAL rescue volunteer Sally Bunce only started 20 months ago but has already seen enough devastation along the Teesside and North Yorkshire coast to suggest that the entire eco system is at threat.
Buick heads from Paris to Redcar as he chases jockeys’ title
WILLIAM Buick, odds-on favourite for the 2022 flat jockeys’ title, makes a rare visit to Redcar on Monday with plenty of chances to add to his tally.
No plans for new investigation into North East sea life deaths
THERE are no plans to reopen an investigation into the deaths of hundreds of crustaceans along the North East coast despite continued concern over how they died.
Mysterious killer continues to wipe out North East sea life
FISHING has long been a key part of Teesside’s proud heritage, but locals fear their livelihoods could be wiped out due to a devastating destruction of sea life.
North East marine life crisis - who is responsible?
THE TEES Valley mayor has moved to deny a link between the development of the new Teessworks site and the death of sea life along the North East coast.
Drunk Middlesbrough dad punched and kicked partner
A YOUNG dad has been warned to ‘break the cycle’ of domestic abuse to stop his son appearing in court after experiencing the same problem as a child himself.
Redcar and Cleveland Council spent £1,300 on tea and coffee
A Freedom of Information request revealed the local authority had spent £1,347 between April last year and the end of March on refreshments