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Cllr Peter Spencer who died of cancer last month.

Tributes paid to colourful councillor

Police closed off the area as a precaution but all roads have since reopened. Picture: SARAH CALDECOTT

Dozens of firefighters tackling blaze at Haverton Hill

Guisborough Town Pride representatives Martin Smith, Lorna Buckle, George Pearson, Margaret Calvert and Linda Lofthouse from McCarthy and Stone.

Spring spruce up for Guisborough

Harry Slattery, aged 75, who has been a volunteer of Coast & Country’s Westfield Farm since 2013, shares his passion for gardening.

Green-fingered volunteer sows seeds of passion

Teenager Michael Sadler who died after a motorbike accident at South Gare, Redcar.

Teenager may had a seizure before fatal accident, inquest hears

Redcar MP Anna Turley with the Redcar Town U18 girls team

MP signs up to support Teenage Cancer Trust in memory of teenager

Volunteers taking part in Big Sleep Out event in Redcar

Dozens spend the night sleeping on the streets of Redcar

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Government minister James Wharton has branded Cleveland Police "rotten" and called for a thorough independent investigation

Claims by minister that Cleveland force is rotten are "misleading and damaging", says temporary chief constable

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Lawrence Ireland arrives at Teesside Crown Court, Middlesbrough. Picture: CHRIS BOOTH

Cross-dressing lorry driver jailed for abusing child in 1970s

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Police and Crime Commissioner for Cleveland Barry Coppinger

Plans to close under-used police stations as major changes and job losses on the cards at Cleveland Police

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Mill Lane, Skinningrove which is one of the main entrances into the village was out of action for months due to flood damage to the bridge caused in December 2013.

Community to check out new flood defences

There's still time to enter this year's The Northern Echo Schools Awards

Nomination window extended for The Northern Echo Schools Awards 2016

DOG: Jessie the dog whose owner Lisa Rutter gave her one last trip Redcar Beach. This picture won a dog-lovers' website photography competition.

Last photo of beloved old dog Jessie's final trip to Redcar beach goes viral

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DOGS: Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council is proposing to take on new, tough anti-dog fouling powers and wants residents' view

Tees council likely to be one of the first to take on tough new anti-dog fouling powers

CLEAN: James Stoker, Abbie Winter and William Thompson of new business Chilli Cake Deli in Middlesbrough celebrate receiving a top food hygiene rating with Cllr Julia Rostron.

Valentine's Day diners urged to check restaurants' food hygiene rating before booking a table

Harold Roggeveen has volunteered to collect regulars to Clevearc’s Day Centre in Guisborough, from towns and villages around east Cleveland.

Search is on for more volunteer drivers

Huntcliff at Saltburn

Major search ends after body found at Saltburn cliffs

GMB says bin collections could be one of the services affected by job cuts.

Job cuts rising at fund-hit local councils, GMB union warns.

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Raphael pizza shop has been closed down by Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council's food hygiene inspectors.

Emergency closure of Redcar pizza shop

Jessica Edwards, Ruth Mackin, Cathryn Judge and Bethany Appleyard volunteering at Maxi’s Mates Rescue and Rehoming Centre.

It's a dogs life for building society staff

DIRTY: Chai Wallah Yarm High Street, restaurant shocked a food safety officer who said it was one of the worst cases he had ever seen in more than 20 years.

Yarm restaurant owner jailed for food hygiene in what inspector said was "one of the worst cases in 20 years"

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Newcastle Crown Court. (54261497)

Four sentenced for series of cash point and bus depot robberies

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A lorry blown over during a previous storm

Severe weather warning issued for 70mph winds

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Former pet shop that is set to be turned into a micro pub in Marske town centre.

New micro pub on the cards for Marske

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Wilton Power Station

Worker suffered "life changing injuries" on Wilton site, court told

Foster carers from Tees Valley launch a campaign to encourage more people to take in teenagers

More than 600 teens in Teesside and Darlington need foster care

Craig Liddle, 29, has been found safe and well, Cleveland Police reported today

Craig Liddle, 29, found safe and well in Hartlepool area

Man left in hospital with head injuries for ten days after assault. Redcar Police release CCTV image

Brunt Acres Road, near Hawes in the Yorkshire Dales is closed due to flooding. Picture: Thomas Beresford

High winds and rain causing problems in the region

Former Teesside steelworker with a interest in local history goes on to be appointed director of one of UK's most important museums

Darlington Building Society's Joanne Booth and Craig Bennet from the East Cleveland Explorer Scouts

Scouts receive helping hand for trip to London

Appeal for witnesses to road rage incident on Catcote Road, Hartlepool. Picture: Google Images.

Appeal after motorists involved in road rage incident in Hartlepool

Inspiring women to be celebrated. Caption: (l-r) top – Julie Donaldson, Allison Walker, Jane Tombling, Gemma Fisher, Amanda Skelton, Denise Bollands. (l-r) bottom – Mayor Cllr Brenda Forster, Cllr Ceri Cawley, Corporal Julie Bustard, Cllr Sue Jeffrey.

Competition launched seeking inspiring women

Philip Blackwood is detained by police.

Relief as Redcar man released from prison in Myanmar after being jailed for insulting Buddha

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"Nothing will replace the role of the steelworks as the bedrock of our local economy and it is going to take a long time for our economy, and all these broken lives, to recover," says MP Anna Turley.

More than half of Redcar steelworkers still unemployed, report shows

QUESTIONS: Redcar MP Anna Turley demands answers from the Government about their plans for the Redcar steelworks site

Government told to come clean about plans for SSI Redcar site

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Missing Nicola Riley

Hunt for missing Marske woman

For illustrative purposes: Picture of a homeless person sleeping rough.

Still time to sign up for a night on the streets

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Redcar and Cleveland councillor Peter Spencer who has died aged 80

Tributes paid to veteran Redcar and Cleveland councillor Peter Spencer

Principal of Stockton Sixth Form College and interim principal at Prior Pursglove College Joanna Bailey.

Two sixth forms at opposite sides of Teesside are to merge

Hundreds of state secondary schools fell below the Government's floor targets after failing to ensure that enough pupils gained five good GCSE grades and made sufficient progress in English and maths

Which North-East secondary schools are classed as failing?

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Recycling coming under the spotlight at Redcar and Cleveland Council. Picture for illustration purposes.

Plans to charge for disposal of building waste

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Fire crews free a woman, while a doctor from the Great North Air Ambulance Service treats her, after she became trapped under a van following a road traffic collision on Brotton High Street on Sunday

25-year-old man arrested after accident which left woman's legs crushed under van

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Police dealing with "serious incident" in Brotton, east Cleveland. Picture courtesy of Incidents on Teesside & County Durham

Woman trapped under van after accident on Brotton High Street

PHENOMENON: Wind blows falling water straight back over Huntcliff at Saltburn. Picture: DAVID HANKIN/NE CAMERA CLUB

Glowing mist - Echo Camera club member captures unusual image

Saltburn Pier which is the focal point of the town's lower promenade.

Choice of five shelter designs up for public selection

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Generous donation to hospital. Caption: (L to R - back row) - Mary Rose Lees, hospital sister, Jo Chubb, staff nurse, and Anne Marie Pryde, assistant practitioner. (L to R - front row) - Claire Whitehouse with son Wilson and Robert Whitehouse with daughte

From IT to half marathon in aid of hospital unit

Weather updates as snowfall causes travel disruption - send us your pictures

Weather updates as snowfall causes travel disruption - send us your pictures

North-East councils are spending thousands on housing the homeless in hotels (file picture posed by model)

174 night stay - North-East councils spending thousands on hotel stays for the homeless

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Dave Roberts, ex-Boro defender Curtis Fleming, ex-Boro midfielder Craig Hignett and Chris Joseph wearing the new T-shirt while standing outside the Riverside Stadium.

Showing their support for the 'Voice of Boro'

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