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AIRLIFTED: The Great North Air Ambulance, which airlifted the woman to hospital

Woman airlifted to hospital after East Cleveland crash

LANDSAILING: Ed Inglis from Bexley Heath is covered in sand and sea water after competing at the Redcar Land Sailing regatta held on Coatham Sands, Redcar. Landsailing events held on the beach at Redcar date back as far as 1909 and the sport maintains a s

Landsailors race across Coatham Sands

ELECTION: Daniel Wall, Lucy Grogan, Jacob Wanstall. (l-r bottom): Timothy Would, Thomas Harvey standing to become Redcar and Cleveland’s youth representative.

Bidding first step on political ladder

The North East Infidels held a rally following the march

Far-right group marches in Stockton

Gisborough Priory is set to host Summer Sounds 2015 - a repeat of last year's popular 'tribute acts' music festival (pictured). Pix by permission of organisers Jaz Leisure, sent by jasonbushby@hotmail.com (31009529)

Tribute acts to bring Summer Sound to Guisborough

GARDEN: Mike Heagney in his wonderful garden. Picture: STUART BOULTON.

Stunning garden open to the public for one day only

LANDSAILING: Pilot Martyn Hayle sailing the Standart Class yacht at a previous event.

Landsailing to take over Redcar beach at the weekend

SEAFRONT: Mike Findley, who has organised the charity walk, and Clinical Team Leader Yvonne Cochrane with the translucent pictures at Teesside Hospice. Picture: STUART BOULTON

Fundraising seafront walk for MND

AWARDS: Police and Crime Commissioner for Cleveland Barry Coppinger.

Local heroes sought for community safety award

ARMY VETERANS: Jimmy Willis and daughter Caroline, both Army veterans, on parade in Redcar on Saturday.

Blue skies and sunshine for veterans

CAMPAIGN: Residents of Boosbeck protesting against the re-opening of a slaughterhouse on the high-street in 2013.

Campaigners angered by council's abattoir plan

AWARD: Dave Holgate receiving his award from Charles Hunter-Pease, Chairman of the RNLI. (Credit Adrian Don/RNLI)

RNLI volunteer receives long service award

EXHIBITION: Example of one of the tracks that will be on show during the Cleveland Model Railway Club’s annual Model Rail Show.

Model railway exhibition on track

POCKET ROCKET: Kerrianne Covell on a visit to performing arts students at Stockton Riverside College. Picture:SARAH CALDECOTT

North-East musicians to perform at region's airshow

TEESSIDE Crown Court

Redcar cycling sex attacker locked up

INSPIRATION: Daisy, Wayne and Melanie Hennessy

Inspirational Redcar mother with three brain tumours spurs on husband to complete latest charity challenge

HONOURED: Sacred Heart School in Redcar is the setting for a presentation of Second World War Arctic Convoy medals to veteran John Ramsey. Picture: CHRIS BOOTH

Arctic Convoy veteran given highest Russian honour

SHAKESPEARE: A previous Oddsocks production

A modern twist on two Shakespeare classics

CONCERNED: Marske Social and Recreation Association is facing closure after the parish council threatened to revoke the lease of the site. With signed petition forms against the closure are barmaid Charlotte Scott, assistant manager David Smith, Larry Rec

Future of sports association thrown into doubt

Lollipop lady Shirley Hutchinson, who is to retire after 32 years at Whitecliffe Primary School is pictured with members of the school council.

Shirley to lay down her lollipop stick after three decades on patrol

The old town hall, Westgate, Guisborough, which is up for auction.

Hopes of investment for former civic hall

OPEN GARDEN: Anthony Wharton, owner of Skelton Castle, and Daphne Hurworth, (co-organiser), discuss a planting option.

'Castle' opens its gardens to the public for special event

BBQ: Guisborough cancer survivors Rachel Wilson and Viv Howlett take part in a BBQ dual to highlight BBQ for Cancer Research UK.

Cooking up a treat to help tackle cancer

HELP: Tees Valley Rural Community Council wants volunteer drivers for a transport scheme it operates

Drivers wanted for community transport scheme

SAVED: Elaine McQuillan and Keith Binks in his flat at Jubilee Court, Eston.

Care worker's quick-thinking comes to the rescue

Melissa Vanzan at Redcar Races Ladies' Day

Rain fails to dampen spirits as Redcar ladies don their finest frocks for a day at the races

Redcar RNLI lifeboat bringing the disabled craft back to Redcar PICTURE: Dave Cocks/RNLI

Man rescued from North Sea near Redcar windfarm two hours after new jetski capsized

Tata steel workers across the North-East have called off a strike over pensions due to start on Monday

Tata Steel dispute: Strike called off as unions recommend workers accept last ditch deal

ACCUSATION: Tom Blenkinsop

Government has 'hushed up' job cuts at North-East port, MP claims

PERFORMER: Magician Stephen Knight from the Redcar reached the final of the McDonald's Employee of the Year competition.

Magician named finalist in McDonald employee of the Year final

MAYOR: Cllr Brenda Forster has been chosen as the new Mayor of Redcar and Cleveland.

New mayor takes up her office

MISSING: A knitted lifeboatman figure, placed opposite Redcar Lifeboat Station by a group of yarnbombers, has gone missing. Pic from Redcar RNLI, with permission.

RNLI lifeboatman goes missing - thankfully, he was knitted

EXHIBITION: Volunteer Julie Sewell studies the Leonard Cheshire exhibition at Winkies Castle in Marske Picture: STUART BOULTON

Events raise much-needed funds for Leonard Cheshire Disability

Birds rest on a frozen pond at Coatham Marsh Nature Reserve, Redcar.

Wildlife under threat from arsonists

VICTIM: Michael Sadler

Police name boy, 15, killed when he came off motorbike

MISSING: Poppy the dog

Family's frantic search for puppy they believe stolen from front garden

SENTENCE: Teesside Crown Court

Sex offender lied to woman about previous conviction


Cleveland Chief Constable announces plans to retire

LEGAL DOCUMENT: A legal document which John Petch says is proof legal proceeding to protect his property have been lodged with the High Court

Pensioner's distress as he watches vintage machinery he collected over a lifetime being taken away after being sold by council

AT RISK: Paramedics are on the 'at risk' register, according to ambulance chief

Inquest into death of man waiting for ambulance hears of critical need for '100 more paramedics'

PAYOUT: Mary and Ronald Pointer with their son Darryl.

Compensation for family of woman who died after washing her husband's asbestos covered clothes

RIDING HIGH: Jockey Brian Toomey, who is set to return to the racetrack, two years after suffering horrific injuries

Jockey Brian Toomey who 'died' during a fall prepares for comeback

WHEELING IN: A scooter rally at Redcar Rugby Club. Picture: CHRIS BOOTH

Mods head to the seaside

JUNGLE: Steve Iredale working on his sculpture at Guisborough Forest and Walkway where the Jungle Book will be brought to life.

Well I'm the King of the Jungle...

WANTED: Police appeal to identify this farm intruder.

Police appeal to identify farm intruder

SPEECH: Redcar MP Anna Turley

David Cameron doesn't know his Tees from his Tyne

OUTSTANDING: St Peter's Church of England Primary School in Brotton has received an outstanding Church School inspection report. To celebrate the school held a special Worship Assembly where they released some balloons

Praise for outstanding church school leadership

Teesside Combined Court Centre, Middlesbrough.

Man who took intimate photos of woman as she slept 'misjudged boundaries'

A Great Dane

Great Dane rescue group founder dismisses donations claims

Vote to show support to cemetery group

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