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News: Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council

FUNDING: Cllr Lynn Pallister, Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council's cabinet member for health and housing welcomed the funding.

Support offered to people with mental health issues

CONCERNS: Cllr Glyn Nightingale, who is one of the ward councillors who arranged the petition, raised concerns about the level of housing in the area.

Petition of 650 names to prevent sale of publicly-owned land for housing in Normanby handed to council

TRIAL: A disabled pensioner was brutally beaten, repeatedly stabbed and left for dead by an intruder who ransacked his home and stole his car, a court heard.

'It wasn't me' outburst as court hears attack left disabled pensioner for dead

AWARDS: Police and Crime Commissioner for Cleveland Barry Coppinger.

Local heroes sought for community safety award

CAMPAIGN: Residents of Boosbeck protesting against the re-opening of a slaughterhouse on the high-street in 2013.

Campaigners angered by council's abattoir plan

MAYOR: Cllr Brenda Forster has been chosen as the new Mayor of Redcar and Cleveland.

New mayor takes up her office

YORKSHIRE FIRST: Cllr Steve Kay with one of the new road signs asserting east Cleveland's Yorkshire identity

East Cleveland reasserts its Yorkshire identity in bright, new signs

LEADER: Labour group leader Councillor Sue Jeffrey has been elected as the new leader of Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council.

Labour takes control of Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council by the narrowest of margins

POWER: Labour group leader Cllr Sue Jeffrey has laid out plan to take control of Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council.

Labour group puts its cards on the table for control of council

GRAVE APOLOGY: Mr Leng next to the grave.

Son's anger over extra burial charge for mother

Counting abandoned for the day at Redcar and Cleveland Council

GREEN: Lorna Buckle, George Pearson and Hazel Meynell (Guisborough Town Pride) and Phil Easton (Coast and Country) checking out some of the green space work

Green spaces help bring communities together

DEFERRED: Supermarket proposal on hold over traffic concerns

Supermarket plan on hold over traffic concerns

VICTORY: Campaigners are claiming victory in blocking controversial development

Residents celebrate as 1,000 home scheme falls flat

TAX REDUCTION: Council leader Mary Lanigan

Historic tax cut approved by Redcar and Cleveland Council

FROZEN: Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council looking at freezing council tax precept

Council tax freeze on the cards for Redcar and Cleveland residents

REJECTED: Members of Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council reject scheme to build 320 homes in Ormesby

Scheme to build 320 homes on farmland rejected by council

COUNCILLOR SESSIONS: The new Redcar and Cleveland Leisure and Community Heart will host the two sessions next month

Lessons in how to be a councillor

NEW LEADER: Councillor Mary Lanigan has appointed her new cabinet after taking over as leader of Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council

New cabinet members appointed after council shake-up

COUNCIL LEADER: Councillor George Dunning

Decision day for Redcar council leader George Dunning after Liberal Democrats table vote of no confidence

GREEN FUTURE?: George Dunning - leader of Redcar and Cleveland council, hasn't ruled out standing as a Green Party councillor

Green could be the new red in Redcar

MASS RESIGNATION: George Dunning tears up his Labour Party membership card together with other Labour councillors outside Anna Turley's office in Redcar. Picture: STUART BOULTON

Mass resignation at Redcar council as ten tear up Labour party membership cards over 'bullying' tactics

BATTLING: George Dunning - leader of Redcar and Cleveland council

Rift caused by councillor cull shows no sign of abating

TRIATHLON: Competitors prepare to take part in a previous Redcar Triathlon

Entry opens for Redcar Triathlon

CATERING: Jobs and training opportunities on the cards at the Kirkleatham Estate

Jobs and training places on the menu thanks to cash boost

BAILIFFS: Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council looking at setting up its own debt recovery service

Council tax debt collecting service could be brought in-house

SENTENCING: Teesside Crown Court

Thug jailed for 'stamp' attack

FREE HOUR: Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council looking at providing a free hour's parking to boost trade in Redcar.

Parking initiative designed to boost trade in Redcar

BITTER FEUD: Councillor Steve Goldswain who has been deselected by Labour Party

Labour council in turmoil as feud continues

OPINIONS EXPRESSED: Protestors over a new housing development in Saltburn gather outside the Community Heart council offices in Redcar.

Saltburn new build plan overruled by councillors who vote against 130 home estate

STENCH: Residents of Boosbeck protesting against a slaughterhouse on the high-street after it re-opened in 2012

Campaigners say 'smell of death' from slaughterhouse ruined their Christmas

FIRE DAMAGE: Kirkleatham Hall stables, in Redcar, after the blaze in 2013.

Call to clean up village before it becomes an eyesore

New American Style Dinner opening in Redcar with owner Kasey Sullivan, standing, daughter Amanda Sullivan and Ellie Green. Picure by Dave Charnley .

Taste of USA comes to Redcar

PARKING CHANGES: Traders boosted by promised parking charge changes

Parking boost to traders on the cards

UNHAPPY: George Dunning

Five Labour councillors on Redcar and Cleveland Council face possible deselection

Acklam Grange School in Middlesbrough

Schools target child sexual exploitation

50 new homes for elderly and vulnerable

FESTIVE PARKING: Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council's early Christmas parking boost

Early festive boost for shoppers and businesses

Chief Executive of Moneywise, Paul Burton with Cllr Lynn Pallister and Leader of Redcar & Cleveland Council, George Dunning.  Picture by Dave Charnley

New credit union household appliances shop opens in Redcar

ABATTOIR FURY: Residents of Boosbeck protesting against the re-opening of a slaughterhouse on the high-street.

Residents' fury as east Cleveland abattoir stays open

John Petch, who is refusing to leave a council-owned building which houses his huge collection of vintage farm machinery

Dormanstown pensioner "Husky" ties himself to fence after refusing to leave council-owned property

WIND TURBINE: Turbine on the outskirts of Guisborough approved.

Wind turbine in shadow of North York Moors approved by planners

FAMILY FUNDING: Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council to help troubled families

Extra funding to help get young people's live back on track

FITNESS CHALLANGE: Redcar and Cleveland Borough Councillors Sheelagh Clarke and Olwyn Peters alongside runners and staff launching the running challenge.

Kicking the habit with a running challenge

RESIDENTS' ANGER: Residents of Boosbeck protesting against the re-opening of a slaughterhouse in their village at an earlier date

Council slaughtered by angry residents over Boosbeck abattoir

Darlington town hall

Voters should be allowed to judge if council hall tax increases are justified

HIGH PRAISE: 15 year old Harry Tinkler meets government minister Francis Maude at Langdon Square Community Centre in Coulby Newham after Harry received praise from the Prime Minister for supporting his brother who has autism.  Picture: CHRIS BOOTH

East Cleveland teenager is a Point of Light

FLAG ROW: The new Redcar and Cleveland Leisure and Community Heart.

Flag row raised by councillor

New Redcar and Cleveland Mayor councillor Carole Simms

Mayor chooses charities close to her heart

New Redcar and Cleveland Mayor councillor Carole Simms

Mayor chooses charities close to her heart

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