Current Redcar and Cleveland News
Redcar and Cleveland Council seek legal advice over Eston Nab flag - Gazette Live
Legal advice is being taken by a Teesside council following a flag being flown again on top of Eston hills. Redcar and Cleveland Council removed the flag which was put up by Eston resident George Ewart in memory of Lee Rigby, the soldier killed in a ...
Wed, 19 Jun 2013 12:30:10 GMT
Former police authority boss Dave McLuckie facing jail for persuading friend ... - Mirror.co.uk
McLuckie, now an independent member of Redcar and Cleveland Council, already had nine points on his licence and was facing a ban after the latest offence. Instead, he visited his friend who lived nearby in Skelton, Cleveland, and asked him for a “big ...
Tue, 18 Jun 2013 18:00:03 GMT
Students take teaching aids to Romania - Gazette Live
Teesside students have travelled to Romania to share their skills - and help stock an orphanage nursery. For the first time, Foundation Degree level four early years students at Redcar and Cleveland College have travelled to the Eastern European ...
Sat, 15 Jun 2013 15:58:30 GMT
Fairy Jobmother launches scheme to help Redcar and Cleveland residents into ... - The Northern Echo
Hayley Taylor, who is a patron of the Westfield Farm community resource centre, returned to the training venue in Dormanstown, near Redcar, where people will learn hands on construction skills. The centre, run by housing association Coast and Country ...
Mon, 10 Jun 2013 15:44:12 GMT
Students showcase their artistic talents at Redcar and Cleveland College - The Northern Echo
ART and design students are showcasing their talents at an exhibition of their favourite work. The level 3 students at Redcar and Cleveland College are displaying their work from the last two years before they leave the college this summer. The ...
Tue, 28 May 2013 16:26:23 GMT
Caremark (Redcar and Cleveland) wins extra care contract - Home Care
Rapidly growing home care company Caremark (East Cleveland) has been awarded a £650,000 contract to look after older people living in two extra care schemes in East Cleveland. The company, which over the last 18 months has doubled the number of ...
Fri, 07 Jun 2013 14:14:14 GMT
Gran, 62 admits causing death of Ingleby Barwick biker - Gazette Live
Caroline Midgley, prosecuting, said Mr Robinson, 64, had retired from his job as a PE and maths teacher in the Cleveland area, but had been doing supply work in Redcar. He was a very experienced motorcyclist, was a qualified rider observer with the ...
Wed, 19 Jun 2013 10:21:39 GMT