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Plan to repair sand dunes in Redcar following tidal surge devastation

Rubble on Redcar sand dunes

VOLUNTEERS who have worked tirelessly to transform the sand dunes on Redcar beach are going back to the drawing board for a long-term solution.

6:05pm Monday 23 January 2017

Vintage aeroplane hit hangar during landing at Bagby Airfield

HANGER: Bagby Airfield near Thirsk

A VINTAGE aeroplane was damaged when it struck a hangar at a North Yorkshire airfield last year.

6:23pm Monday 23 January 2017

Woman and her German Shepherd attacked by 'loose' Staffordshire Terrier in Redcar

SCENE: Redcar Stray, opposite Green Lane

A WOMAN and her German Shepherd dog were both injured after being attacked by a Staffordshire Terrier in Redcar.

9:32pm Tuesday 17 January 2017

Suspended jail sentence for disorderly drinker arrested at Redcar pub

WEAPONS: Disorderly drinker was carrying 'street weapons' when arrested at Redcar pub, Durham Crown Court told

A DISORDERLY pub customer was carrying street weapons in his pocket when police were summoned and arrested him, a court heard.

5:44am Wednesday 18 January 2017

How did your school perform? Government releases performance tables

School performance tables have been published by the Department for Education

THE Department for Education has published information about the performance of English schools and colleges at GCSE and A-level in 2016.

9:30am Thursday 19 January 2017

Urgent steel action needed to bypass industry's ‘fork in road’

END: SSI UK’s former Redcar steelworks now stand idle after the company fell into difficulty and work was stopped. Uncertainty still surrounds the future of the site

BRITISH steelmaking is not a sunset industry but faces potential ruin unless the Government takes swift and positive action, it has been claimed.

5:50am Monday 23 January 2017

Mayor records single to boost charity coffers

Redcar Mayor recording a charity song at Teesside University’s recording studio, Dean Stockdale on keyboard behind. Picture: DAVE CHARNLEY PHOTOGRAPHY

A MAYOR who swapped the comfort of his office for the freezing streets of Redcar over Christmas has now made his way into the recording studio to sing on a charity single.

1:41pm Friday 20 January 2017

Corbyn endorsement for Tees Valley mayor is a poisoned chalice

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn

OUTSIDE of the Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn’s popularity and credibility is at rock bottom. So, his endorsement of Sue Jeffrey as the People’s Party’s candidate for the job of Tees Valley mayor is a bit of a poisoned chalice.

2:05pm Wednesday 18 January 2017

Government unveils £71.6m industrial strategy boost for North-East - but business leaders reveal regret over funding

PLANS: Councillor Paul Watson, leader of Sunderland City Council, with Councillor Iain Malcolm, leader of South Tyneside Council, on land planned for the International Advanced Manufacturing Park

A 5,200-job manufacturing hub has moved closer to fruition – but business leaders have called for ministers to deliver a level playing field across the region.

9:53am Monday 23 January 2017

Government urged to radically reshape energy market

Redcar steelworks. Picture: PA

THE Government is being urged to "radically reshape" the energy market to avoid more job losses in the steel industry.

7:17am Monday 23 January 2017
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