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John Iddon

IDDON John (Jack) Suddenly in hospital on April 18, Jack aged 78 years of Redcar, formerly of Deafhill. Will be deeply missed by all family and friends. Can friends please meet for the service at Kirkleatham Crematorium on Tuesday, May 2 at 1.00p.m. No…

1:51am Wednesday 26 April 2017

Redcar getting ready to 'Kick of the Summer'

SAND: One of the sculptures from last year's event in Redcar

THE summer season will soon be starting to take shape on Redcar seafront as plans are in place for the return of some impressive sand sculptures.

12:48pm Sunday 23 April 2017

Racing trainer Mick Easterby still in fine form at 86

CELEBRATION: Mick Easterby marks his hat-trick with an Easter egg

THERE'S no shortage of contenders for the title of most remarkable sporting figure in the North-East – but I'd put a few quid on the evergreen Mick Easterby to take some beating.

10:43am Monday 24 April 2017

UKIP chairman defects to Conservatives weeks before election

DEFECT: Steve Turner

THE North-East chairman of UKIP has claimed the party has “lost its way” after announcing he is defecting to the Conservatives.

6:40pm Monday 24 April 2017

Fantasist paedophile jailed after TWICE being caught trying to groom schoolgirls online

JAILED: Michael Butler caught a second time trying to groom schoolgirls on the internet

A PERVERT caught a second time trying to groom schoolgirls on the internet is back behind bars.

11:00am Tuesday 25 April 2017

Shot in Iraq and then made redundant by steel plant, ex-soldier now serving up taste of Jamaica in Teesside

CHEF: Former steelworker Mark Hill outside his authentic Jamaican restaurant and takeaway in Parliament Road Middlesbrough. Picture: STUART BOULTON

A FORMER soldier and steelworker has proven his mettle after fighting back to open his own authentic Jamaican restaurant.

12:34pm Sunday 23 April 2017

Is the closure of Durham Tees Valley Airport imminent?

Durham Tees Valley Airport

DARLINGTON Borough Council won by one vote to approve the building of 350 houses, shops, and a gym on the Durham Tees Valley airport car park.

3:10pm Thursday 20 April 2017

Tees Valley mayor 'should not be one-man band' says Lib Dem candidate Chris Foote-Wood

Chris Foote Wood.

A METRO Mayor candidate said the role should not be a “one-man band” as he formally launched his campaign.

6:31pm Tuesday 25 April 2017

Police officer dismissed over dishonest reference to help shamed colleague

A Cleveland Police misconduct hearing panel have dismissed PC Stephen Wright with immediate effect at Cleveland Police HQ, Middlesbrough.

A DISGRACED police officer described as a “brutally honest man” has been dismissed from his duties for covering up an investigation of a colleague who created malicious child sex claims.

5:45pm Tuesday 25 April 2017

Refinery operator’s dividend plan after resurgence at Wilton-based Ensus plant

BASE: Inside the Ensus refinery at Wilton, near Redcar Picture: RICHARD RAYNER

THE revitalisation of a North-East refinery has helped drive an operator’s profits to record levels and could see shareholders receive a higher payout.

6:21pm Monday 24 April 2017
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