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Have you been sold one of 30 LG TVs stolen from a lorry near Redcar this morning?

Eric Marshall at his house Sunnyside in Bagby near Thirsk in 2011.

Enter our Ho Ho Homes competition and spread a bit of Christmas cheer in your street

David Hodgson, Skelton Castle Cricket Club's treasurer, with the new wicket covers and sight screens

Grant gets cricket pitch on the right line in Skelton Castle

Rural bus services under threat as Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council looks at possible budget cuts. Picture for illustrative purposes only.

Review of rural bus services set to cause split as council looks to balance its books

This picture was tweeted earlier this morning of the traffic chaos on the A19 northbound. Picture: @steadyhands_1

Traffic returns to normal after major delays on northbound and southbound A19

Woman was attacked on Westmoreland Road in Redcar near to the Lakes Social Club

Woman may require surgery after being attacked during a late night robbery attempt

New housing to breathe new life into east Cleveland village

Chancellor George Osborne

Tees carbon plan at risk as Government axes £1bn CCS competition

Chancellor George Osborne's Spending Review and Autumn Statement 2015

Autumn Statement: Chancellor George Osborne announces his spending plans

Eddie Straight, a Teesside war hero, now 94, whose military service took him from Saltburn into the blitz, Buckingham Palace, Belsen and the Burmese jungle Picture: SARAH CALDECOTT

"I've written to the Queen to ask that war hero Eddie Straight receives a national award," - Mayor of Redcar

Chancellor George Osborne announced the plans in his Autumn Statement to the House of Commons

Osborne abolishes controversial cuts to tax credits and rules out cuts to policing

Elsie Barnes and Maureen Young back home at the Seaview Residential Home in Saltburn after they were forced to evacuate during the recent storm. Picture by Stuart Boulton. (47355728)

Residents back in care home after evacuation

Eddie Straight, a Teesside war hero, now 94, whose military service took him from Saltburn into the blitz, Buckingham Palace, Belsen and the Burmese jungle Picture: SARAH CALDECOTT.

Campaign to give old soldier Eddie Straight the Freedom of Redcar and East Cleveland

Portrack interchange. Picture: Google Street View

Lorry driver dies after suffering suspected 'medical episode' and crashing into lamppost on A19 interchange at Stockton

A school nativity

Having a school nativity? Get it featured in The Northern Echo

A man begins the long task of sweeping the debris up in Amber Street, in Stockton, after a roof blew off on Marine Parade, in the early hours of Saturday morning.

'It was like a warzone' - care home staff brave flying bricks to evacuate vulnerable residents on night of Saltburn storm

RNLI volunteer Dan Birkbeck with Channel 5 Milkshake Presenter Amy Thompson.

Childrens' show Milkshake films scenes at Redcar RNLI

The Redcar and Cleveland Leisure and Community Heart building

"Heart" building scoops national award

Steelworkers and their families protest after the announcement that the Redcar plant was to close

Steelworkers rally to highlight industry crisis

Lindsay Sandiford, originally of Redcar, at a previous legal hearing.

Stay of execution for death row Redcar grandmother

The Redcar and Cleveland Leisure and Community Heart building where the cabinet meeting was held.

Government could cut all funding to financially stricken Redcar and east Cleveland, council warns

Rea Abbiss, who came face-to-face with the man who burgled her house as part of the restorative justice scheme

Woman meets the masked burglar who crept into her bedroom in the middle of the night

Annalise Scott and her husband Kev Wilson on their wedding day

Care worker loses cancer battle less than three weeks after hospital wedding

Carers can find out more about what support is available at an event in Redcar

Chance for carers to find support

Mike's Angels help deliver relief and support for Motor Neurone Disease sufferers

Huu Ngyen Loe, who is missing

"Vulnerable" teen missing from Teesside thought to have gone to Scotland

Redcar and Cleveland College are doing a Christmas Shoe Box appeal for local charities. Students including Lauryn (CORRECT) Patrick-White, Shannon Perkins and Nikisha (CORRECT) North have helped with the appeal.

Shoebox appeal to help domestic violence victims and the homeless

Boulby Potash Mine in East Cleveland

'No future for our family on Teesside' says redundant steelworker after partner and stepson may lose jobs at Boulby

Investigation into alleged Cleveland Police phone hacking of Northern Echo journalists, police union chief and solicitor

Northern Echo journalists' phone records 'accessed' by Cleveland Police

The Middlesbrough Transporter Bridge. Four out of five respondents to a BBC survey said they supported the idea of devolution for the north of England.

Support for northern devolution plans 'overwhelming' – survey

Former Lance Corporal Albert Duffy launches at Cleveland Police HQ where he launched an alcohol awareness campaign. Picture by Stuart Boulton.

Campaign launched by brain damaged soldier to tackle drink fuelled 'One Punch' attacks

A blast furnaceman during casting operations at Redcar iron and steelmaker SSI UK in Redcar. Unemployed steelworkers can speak to recruiting employers at a jobs fair next weekend.

Unemployed steel workers to meet recruiters

Vandals have targeted artwork created by Bobzilla to brighten up a piece of wasteland in Redcar.

Vandals target street artists work in Redcar within 24 hours of it starting

HELL & BACK: Eddie Straight, a Teesside war hero, now 94, whose military service took him from Saltburn into the blitz, Buckingham Palace, Belsen and the Burmese jungle Picture: SARAH CALDECOTT.

War hero who protected the Queen "insulted" by council says film-maker

SHOCK: ICL UK is cutting hundreds of jobs at its Boulby mine

Thousands more North-East workers to lose their jobs as two major employers announce cuts

Motorist airlifted to hospital after early morning crash near Wynyard. Picture for illustrative purposes.

Motorist airlifted to hospital after early morning crash near Wynyard

Michael Heseltine - then the Environment Secretary - meets a resident of Liverpool at the start of his two-week visit to Merseyside after the Toxteth riots of 1981. The Tory grandee has now been made the chairman of the Tees Valley Inward Investment Initi

Can the Minister for Merseyside prove his steely determination across the Tees Valley?

The Old Hall at Kirkleatham Museum near Redcar, which has been closed temporarily after high winds caused a structural damage

High winds damage 300-year-old building: Kirkleatham Museum closed over the weekend

Mayor of Middlesbrough Dave Budd outside the town hall

Devolution project gathering speed as another Tees Valley council signs up

Paul Redman, construction director for Esh Group; Cllr David Walsh; Martin Hawthorne, director of development and regeneration for Thirteen; and Geraldine Williams, Councillor for Eston, at the building site on Lodge Farm Road.

Work underway on specialist housing scheme for over 50s with medical conditions

Teesside Crown Court, where Rachel Thompson appeared and was sentenced for perverting the course of justice

Woman who lied over car is spared jail for perverting course of justice

Richard Farquhar is walking 3,000 miles around the UK from racecourse to racecourse in a fundraising initiative called ‘Walking The Courses’ in aid of Pancreatic Cancer UK and Racing Welfare. He is pictured at Sedgefield Racecourse. Picture: TOM BANKS

'INSPIRATIONAL' Darlington man honoured by old Etonian in marathon charity walk

A flood damaged Gaskell Bridge in Loftus which left residents stranded when it collapsed in 2013.

Residents will soon be able to leave village as bridge repairs due to start following damaging flood

Appeal for witnesses after five vehicle accident on the A174. File picture.

Appeal for witnesses after five vehicle accident on the A174

Russian piano prodigy to perform in Redcar

IMPACT: SSI UK's collapse has affected thousands of workers

Government has 'never flinched' in support for Redcar SSI UK workers

Nick Gullon who produced the timeline charting the First World War in 1915 from The Northern Echo archives

An interactive journey through The Northern Echo archives of First World War 1915

REMEBRANCE: A wreath laid at Darlington Cenotaph.

Guide to Remembrance services in the North-East and North Yorkshire

A Remembrance service at Redcar College. Picture: TOM BANKS

Redcar school's war dead remembered in moving service

WHAT'S ON: Guide to fireworks displays in the North-East in 2015

Guide to North-East 2015 fireworks displays


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