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Four-vehicles involved in Redcar crash

Kirkleatham Lane in Redcar. Photo: Google Street View

POLICE are appealing for witnesses following a crash involving four vehicles on Kirkleatham Lane in Redcar.

10:34am Monday 5 December 2016

Two men arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving after Redcar crash

The scene of the accident. Photo: News and Incidents on Teesside

TWO men were arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving after a crash which closed Kirkleatham Lane in Redcar.

3:49pm Friday 2 December 2016

Housing development could threaten the future of animal rescue centre

NEW YEAR DIP: People and dogs take part in the New Year's Dip in Saltburn in aid of Saltburn Animal Rescue Association. Picture:SARAH CALDECOTT.

THE future of an animal rescue centre could be under threat if a housing development is given the go ahead near to its base.

12:45pm Friday 2 December 2016

Loss of mobile library "blow" to rural communities

Steve Kay and Sue Jacques. Photo from Steve Kay, Redcar councillor

ISOLATED villages will be dealt a blow as a council prepares to scrap its mobile library service.

7:09am Sunday 4 December 2016

Refinery project may offer 100 Teesside jobs from Australia

BASE: Peak Resources has chosen the Wilton International Site for its new development

TEESSIDE has been chosen by Australian company Peak Resources as the preferred location for a £70m investment in a Rare Earth Refinery following a global search.

2:51pm Tuesday 6 December 2016

Pub which suffered after steelworks closure is restored to its former glory

MP Anna Turley cracked open a bottle of bubbly to mark the reopening of the newly refurbished Ship Inn in Marske. She is pictured with Antony Graham and Janet Thornton who run the pub.
02/12/16  Pics  Doug Moody Photography

A PUB dating back to the 1930s – which saw a dip in trade after the closure of Redcar's steelworks – has just under gone a £104,000 revamp.

5:36pm Sunday 4 December 2016

Snow deal

HEAR ALL SIDES: Letters to the Editor

JOBCENTRE Plus is now offering more overseas employment opportunities than ever before.

8:28am Wednesday 7 December 2016

Five Ukip policies that will give voters a real alternative

Paul Nuttall, the new leader of Ukip

THERE has been much talk ever since Ukip’s wonderful success in getting the right result in the Referendum that the party no longer has a role to play in the political scene; but the critics are totally wrong.

8:39am Tuesday 6 December 2016

Immigration

Migrants running toward the perimeter fence of the Eurotunnel site at Coquelles in Calais, France, in 2015. Picture: Yui Mok/PA Wire

NEW figures released by the Office for National Statistics last week confirmed again that net migration into the UK is still running at around 360,000 which, when added to the previous last two years, takes the figure to more than one million.

11:34am Monday 5 December 2016

Gray wants to see an improved performance

Liam Hardy celebrates scoring a memorable late winner last season against Salford City. The teams meet again today at Heritage Park. Picture: CHRIS BOOTH

HAVING seen his team fail to win any of their last four matches, manager Martin Gray knows Darlington must be back on form today when they face Salford City.

10:30pm Friday 2 December 2016
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