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HOSPITALS in Middlesbrough and Redcar and Cleveland have been given a clean bill of health by inspection teams.
A SHARP-EYED onlooker was horrified when he saw a group of youths heading down fog-bound Marske beach towards the sea with a small boat. Fearing they were about to launch, the bystander called Humber Coastguards on 999 to raise the alarm about 9pm last night.
RETIREMENT beckons for two Teesside teachers. Graeme Cox, 57, an English teacher at Redcar Community College, started teaching in 1972 at Stapylton Comprehensive in Eston before moving to Redcar Community College.
A SUCCESSFUL scheme to provide secondary school students with an insight into careers in the chemical and process industry is ready to go for a second year.
WORK on creating the new entrance into the pounds 15m health and social care village for Greater Eston is programmed to start in the coming weeks. Building will also start on the new and improved sports facilities for St Peter's College of Maths and Computing.
A WARD at Guisborough Primary Care Hospital has been temporarily closed for essential building work. Patients who would have been on Priory Ward are being relocated to either Stead Primary Care Hospital, in Redcar, or East Cleveland Primary Care Hospital, in Brotton.
HEALTHY eating took on a samba beat to mark five schools achieving their goals.
HEALTHY youngsters converged on The Riverside for a celebration of feeling fit and well. With 37 Redcar and Cleveland schools now enjoying healthy school status, a celebratory showcase was held at Boro's home ground.
YOUNGSTERS have the results of a year-long project to develop their artistic skills. The work of the 150 primary and secondary pupils from across the Te es Valley went on show in an exhibition on Wednesday, as the Drawing To gether scheme came to a close.
By Owen McAteer EIGHTY jobs will be created after a cable manufacturer?s decision to open a facility in the North-East. JDR Cables Ltd is to open an umbilical cable manufacturing facility at a dockland site in Hartlepool.
- A person who stands up for something, as contrasted to a bystander who remains inactive.
- One of the upright handlebars on a traditional Inuit sled.