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Detectives release details of car spotted at shooting scene in Stockton

The Northern Echo:

11:41am Friday 19th September 2014

DETECTIVES investigating a shooting incident in Kensington Road, Stockton, have released details of a silver car they are trying to trace.

Time running out to secure place in Redcar Half Marathon

The Northern Echo: PLACES LEFT: Runners taking part in a previous Redcar Half Marathon

6:05pm Friday 19th September 2014

THE closing date for entries people wanting to take part in the Redcar Half Marathon is getting near the finishing line.

War memories go n show at Kirkleatham Museum

The Northern Echo: WAR HERO: Sergeant Edward Cooper's receiving his medal.

4:37pm Friday 19th September 2014

THE lives of residents involved in the First World War are being showcased as part of an exhibition at Kirkleatham Museum.

Police investigating 'unexplained' death after man's body found in Guisborough

The Northern Echo:

12:05pm Friday 19th September 2014

THE body of a 47-year-old man has been found at a house in Guisborough.

Apologetic offenders grilled by victims to tackle crime

The Northern Echo: Reformed criminal, Ian Birdsall, (left) who has had a positive experience after meeting victims, was taking a workshop at a Restorative Justice conference in Middlesbrough with Brian Neale (right) from Safe in Tees Valley

4:37pm Thursday 18th September 2014

A REFORMED criminal who met his victims to say “sorry” joined parents who confronted a killer of their teenage son at a Teesside conference to share their positive experiences of Restorative Justice.

Cleveland Police Commissioner's 200th meeting

The Northern Echo: Cleveland police and crime commissioner Barry Coppinger

3:15pm Thursday 18th September 2014

CLEVELAND'S Police Commissioner claims to carrying out the biggest public engagement exercise in the history of the force.

The Chilihound celebrates anniversary with a sparkle

The Northern Echo: MARKET PARTY: Graham Ford, right, is surprised by fellow stallholders Steve Oxby and Liz Ramshaw at Saltburn Farmers’ Market.

11:51am Thursday 18th September 2014

FOOD lovers had their tastebuds tickled when Saltburn Farmers’ Market enjoyed another busy day on Saturday.

Timeline of Marske's history unveiled

The Northern Echo: WINKIES TIMELINE:Winkies Castle Folk Museum, Marske by the Sea unveiled its new Timeline Interpretation Panel  by the Chair of the Parish Council, Councillor Mrs Norah Cooney and Ian AndersonPresident of Friends of Winkies Castle museum. Picture:SARAH CAL

6:20pm Tuesday 16th September 2014

A NEW timeline which depicts events in the history of an East Cleveland town has been installed in a museum.

Controversial abattoir could be closed by the end of the month

The Northern Echo: Residents of Boosbeck protesting against the re-opening of a slaughterhouse on the high-street in 2011.

3:27pm Tuesday 16th September 2014

COUNCILLORS deciding on the future of a controversial abattoir were played the cries of sheep waiting for slaughter that could be heard from a young girl’s bedroom at night.

Beach volunteers

3:24pm Tuesday 16th September 2014

REDCAR and Cleveland Borough Council will be hosting a clean-up of the town’s beaches as part of the annual Great British Beach Clean. The litter pick, being held in partnership with the Marine Conservation Society, is appealing for volunteers in order to help survey and pick up the litter on the beach. Running from 10am till 12pm on Friday, September 19, the litter pick will start from Majuba Road Car Park. Anyone who wishes to volunteer should go or email

Phones 4u to go into administration

The Northern Echo:

10:22pm Sunday 14th September 2014

PHONES 4u is to go into administration - placing more than 5,500 jobs at risk - after network operator EE joined Vodafone in cutting ties with the retailer.

Punishing 'green' taxes threatens Teesside's "proud industrial heritage"

The Northern Echo: Stockton North MP Alex Cunningham

6:03am Friday 12th September 2014

TEESSIDE’S “proud industrial heritage” faces further decline because of punishing ‘green’ taxes, the Government was warned yesterday (Thursday, September 11).

Man appears in court charged with causing death of seven-year-old Nathan Smith in Boosbeck road collision

The Northern Echo: FATAL COLLISION: 7 year old Nathan Smith who lived in Lingdale was killed in an incident in Boosbeck, east Cleveland last November.

3:54pm Friday 12th September 2014

A MAN has appeared in court charged with causing death by careless driving after a young boy died when he was struck by a vehicle in an east Cleveland village.

Workshop about funding available to Teesside sports clubs

5:43pm Friday 12th September 2014

MEMBERS of sports clubs across Teesside are being encouraged to find out more about £75,000 worth of funding available to them.

UKIP MEP calls for income tax to be scrapped for minimum wage earners

4:05pm Friday 12th September 2014

AN MEP has suggested that income tax be scrapped for those earning a minimum wage.

Volunteers take over one of region's most historic sites as council pulls back

The Northern Echo: Gisborough Priory. Picture by Andy Lamb.

3:07pm Thursday 11th September 2014

THE running of one of the most important historic sites in the Tees Valley is to be handed over to volunteers.

Tweeters turn Redcar air blue as area tops Twitter profanity league

5:43pm Wednesday 10th September 2014

A SMALL community in the region has been identified as having some of the sweariest tweeters in the country.

Prisoner families - helping the forgotten victims of crime on Teesside

The Northern Echo:

4:29pm Wednesday 10th September 2014

PRISONER families are being supported by a ground-breaking scheme on Teesside which could be rolled out across the North-East to help other forgotten victims of crime.

Controversial abattoir could be relocated away from village centre

The Northern Echo: Residents of Boosbeck protesting against the re-opening of a slaughterhouse on the high-street in 2011.

3:43pm Tuesday 9th September 2014

A LONG running battle to force the closure of a village centre abattoir could be nearing a conclusion.

Teenage girl sexually assaulted in Middlesbrough

The Northern Echo:

1:24pm Tuesday 9th September 2014

A HUNT has been launched for a man who sexually assaulted a teenage girl.

From roadie to foodie

The Northern Echo: Graham Ford, former roadie who has set up a chilli sauce business

6:34pm Tuesday 9th September 2014

A FORMER roadie with cult indie band The House of Love has turned his hand to making chilli sauce for a living.

Charity shop remnants given makeover

The Northern Echo: Cleveland College of Art & Design up-cycled dresses modelled at a Teesside Hospice fundraiser.

6:30pm Tuesday 9th September 2014

DESIGN students have given a modern-day makeover to charity remnants.

Speeding clampdown catches 357 motorists

The Northern Echo: MAN ARRESTED: Man arrested in connection with double assault in Hartlepool

4:41pm Monday 8th September 2014

SIXTY-nine people were caught speeding by police in one hour on a stretch of road on Teesside as part of a summer clampdown.

Fun for all the family at Guisborough Forest

The Northern Echo: FOREST FUN: Keith Ferry crafting ‘Gypsy Flowers’. Credit Mike Dowson Photography

6:03am Monday 8th September 2014

VISITORS to an east Cleveland forest are in for a treat later this month when a number of bizarre creatures will break cover.

Firefighters head to Zimbabwe as part of charity partnershiup

The Northern Echo: Mike Dayson with equipment on his previous Operation Florian mission to Zimbabwe

3:07pm Sunday 7th September 2014

FOUR Cleveland firefighters are heading to Zimbabwe to help train over 100 firefighters there.

Man banned from every UK Asda after breaking female security guard's nose

The Northern Echo: File photo dated 19/02/14 of a sign at an ASDA Store as Asda boss Andy Clarke today hailed an improvement in quarterly sales growth and claimed its supermarket rivals were scrambling to keep up. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Thursday August 14, 201

5:16pm Saturday 6th September 2014

A MAN has been banned from every Asda in the country after headbutting a female security guard - breaking her nose.

Arrests made after suspected joyriders' car blaze

5:48pm Friday 5th September 2014

A SUSPECTED stolen car caught fire after a collision, leading to four arrests and three people being taken to hospital.

Arrests made after car catches fire in collision

The Northern Echo:

1:52pm Friday 5th September 2014

A CAR caught fire after a collision between two cars resulting in one man being taken to hospital and two arrests.

Wind turbine in shadow of North York Moors approved by planners

The Northern Echo: WIND TURBINE: Turbine on the outskirts of Guisborough approved.

3:34pm Thursday 4th September 2014

A PLAN to erect a wind turbine on the outskirts of Guisborough has narrowly been approved despite strong opposition from local residents.

Meg the surfing dog enjoys the last days of summer

The Northern Echo: 'MEG'A DOG: Sam Davis and his surfing dog 'Meg' at Saltburn by the Sea. Picture:STUART BOULTON.

6:37pm Wednesday 3rd September 2014

HOLIDAYMAKERS, day-trippers - and Meg the surfing dog - enjoyed a Indian summer day at Saltburn today (September 3).

Bollywood by the North Yorkshire sea

The Northern Echo: SALTBURN BY THE SARI: Extras pose for a photograph on Saltburn pier in preparation for the shooting of a Bollywood movie. Picture: STUART BOULTON

6:04pm Wednesday 3rd September 2014

BOLLYWOOD glamour came to the traditional Yorkshire seaside today (September 3).

Still time for nominations for Tees Valley’s Black and Minority Ethnic communities awards

The Northern Echo: AWARDS NOMINATIONS: Lifetime achievement award winner Pete Widlinski, from 2010, with BME Network Co-ordinator Idrees Rashid.

6:58pm Tuesday 2nd September 2014

THE achievements of the Tees Valley’s Black and Minority Ethnic communities are celebrated at an annual awards event later this month.

Officer dislocates shoulder trying to arrest a man in Middlesbrough

The Northern Echo: Cleveland Police are investigating the case of a man stabbed in the street

4:23pm Tuesday 2nd September 2014

MEMBERS of the public have been praised by police after they helped apprehend a man who dislocated an officer's soldier when he intervened as the man was threatening people.

Hunt for robber who targeted cash delivery van

The Northern Echo:

11:31am Monday 1st September 2014

A ROBBER has stolen a substantial amount of money following an early morning raid on a cash delivery van in Hartlepool this morning (Monday, September 1).

Extra funding to help get young people's live back on track

The Northern Echo: The new Redcar and Cleveland Leisure and Community Heart where the cabinet meeting took place.

3:06pm Monday 1st September 2014

UNDER privileged and troubled families are to get an additional helping hand as a government scheme expands to take in more affected children.

Beach clean up leaves it 'barefoot' friendly

The Northern Echo: LITTER PICK: Ten year old Eli Holmes and nine year old Yasmin Hetherington clean up Saltburn beach. Picture: STUART BOULTON.

2:01pm Sunday 31st August 2014

VOLUNTEERS young and old were on Saltburn beach over the weekend to help pick up litter and ensure that the sands are 'barefoot' friendly.

Three hurt as car and bus collide

The Northern Echo: Cleveland Police are investigating the case of a man stabbed in the street

1:35pm Saturday 30th August 2014

THREE people were hurt when a car and a bus collided head-on this morning.

Man narrowly avoids jail for £17,000 benefit fraud

4:40pm Friday 29th August 2014

A MARRIED chef who claimed to be single and unemployed pocketed more than £17,000 in hand-outs he should not have got.

Special guests descend on museum

The Northern Echo: FILM HISTORY: Kirkleatham Museum, Redcar, hosted the Invasion Science Fiction exhibition last year. Pictured are items from the Alien film series.

4:34pm Friday 29th August 2014

A NUMBER of special guests will be making an appearance at Kirkleatham Museum on Sunday, as part of an exhibition of show business memorabilia.

Charity opens new store with 'Something In Mind' for everyone

The Northern Echo: GRAND OPENING: Labour Party candidate Anna Turley (centre) with Tom Blenkinsop MP officially open the new Something in Mind shop in Redcar with Veronica Harrett, chief executive of Redcar and Cleveland Mind (left), staff member Ron Storey and Barbara Newm

12:25pm Friday 29th August 2014

A NEW charity store has opened its doors with ‘Something in Mind’ for everyone.

Production to highlight WWI experiences of Tees Valley residents

The Northern Echo: Homecoming will commemorate war experiences of Tees Valley residents

3:27pm Thursday 28th August 2014

THE wartime experiences of North-East residents lie at the heart of an upcoming theatrical production.

Community groups urged to bid for NHS cash

12:37pm Wednesday 27th August 2014

COMMUNITY and volunteer groups are being urged to bid for a share of £400,000 to promote better health in Middlesbrough and Redcar and Cleveland.

Bingo loving pensioner celebrates her birthday in style

The Northern Echo: BINGO BIRTHDAY:Vera Laird celebrated her 90th birthday at the Beacon Bingo in Redcar. Picture:SARAH CALDECOTT

2:53pm Tuesday 26th August 2014

A BINGO loving pensioner had a real birthday treat when friends and family helped her celebrate in her favourite venue.

Riders raise £12,000 for Children's Foundation

The Northern Echo: Cyclists from the Interserve Employee Foundation presenting a cheque for £12,194 to The Children’s Foundation at The Link CIC, Redcar.    Pictured (L-to-R) are: Alfie George, eight and Ben Barnes, 11 from The Link, Libby Nolan from The Childre

4:37pm Tuesday 26th August 2014

SIX North-East employees from Interserve have completed a 265 mile London to Paris bike ride, raising more than £12,000 for a children’s charity.

Man in court over two knifepoint robberies at East Cleveland stores

8:15pm Monday 25th August 2014

A MAN will appear in court tomorrow (Tuesday) in connection with two knifepoint robberies in East Cleveland.

Knitting World Cup tribute lives on in calendar

The Northern Echo: The Saltburn Yarn Bombing 2015 calendar: football special is on sale now

9:55pm Sunday 24th August 2014

JANUARY shows a picture of a footballer with a toned physique limbering up before a match - while June pictures a glamorous WAG complete with hair extensions and designer sunglasses.

Whale Bones Walk raises more than £120,000 in 21 years for mountain rescuers

The Northern Echo: REWARDING WALK:  Volunteer walkers and members of the Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team (CMRT) who completed a 23 mile walk from Whitby to Marske in order to raise money for the CMRT.  Holding the cheque for £11,060 are Paul Smith from the CMRT and lan

6:20pm Sunday 24th August 2014

LIFESAVERS with a head for heights have been presented with a cheque to help outdoor adventurers by a group of 130 walkers who raised more than £11,000.

Arsonists could kill warn police following fifth Redcar fire

The Northern Echo: LEAD Technologies Inc. V1.01 (8574386)

2:34pm Sunday 24th August 2014

IT is only a matter of time until someone is seriously injured or even killed, police have warned arsonists after tackling the fifth fire in recent weeks in Redcar.

Man wanted in connection with Guisborough knife slash incident

The Northern Echo:

8:49pm Saturday 23rd August 2014

POLICE are appealing for information to help trace 20-year-old Thomas Watson who is wanted in connection with a knife incident in Guisborough, east Cleveland.

Teenager arrested after knifepoint robbery

The Northern Echo: LEAD Technologies Inc. V1.01 (8574386)

6:46pm Friday 22nd August 2014

A BOY, 15, has been arrested in connection with a knifepoint robbery at a Sainsbury’s in Redcar.

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