Three teenagers cut off by the rising tide had to be rescued by the Redcar RNLI inshore lifeboat on Saturday 17 September 2016.
The trio, two boys and a girl, and all from Redcar, were exploring East Scar rocks when they found themselves marooned by the rapidly rising sea.
One of the boys dialled 999 and UK Coastguard tasked the lifeboat just before 1pm.
They were rescued cold and wet but otherwise unharmed and taken back to the lifeboat station to rewarm.
Since the beginning of 2016 Redcar RNLI crews have been involved in incidents where a total of 18 people, mostly teenagers, have become stranded by the tide at Redcar and mainly at Saltburn.
Last week it was announced that the RNLI lifeguard service would be extended to cover weekends at Saltburn until the end of September.
Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council are placing additional signage on the beach at Saltburn to warn the public of the dangers of the incoming tide.
It was the beginning of the end of the North East's proud steelmaking history when SSI UK confirmed it was closing the plant for good.Read the full story ›
In the immediate aftermath of Redcar's SSI steelworks closing a special task force was set up to help get people back into work.
Its latest report appears to show many have found new jobs.
But it's also been revealed many of those who have found alternative employment are struggling financially.
Rachel Bullock reports:
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Businesses in Redcar are being encouraged to take part in a short online survey to help the council better understand how they are doing.Read the full story ›
Nearly a year after Teesside's steelworks closed, the SSI Task Force asks former workers about what employment they have managed to secure.Read the full story ›
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Redcar cemetery has been removed as a 'PokeStop' in the virtual reality game Pokémon GO.
Labour MP for Redcar, Anna Turley, had written to the games’ developer about concerns raised by her constituents that the app was encouraging groups of users to congregate in the local cemetery.
The developer has now confirmed the removal of Redcar cemetery from the game.
I am pleased the developers of Pokémon GO have responded to local concerns and removed the cemetery from the game so that people can pay respects to their loved ones in peace.
It is clearly a very popular game that has encouraged people to explore their surroundings which is great but there needs to be boundaries so that users can enjoy the game without upsetting others.
The developer has been quick to solve the problem to make sure that is the case.
Private William Henry Short was awarded the Victoria Cross for his outstanding bravery at Munster Alley.Read the full story ›
One of Alan Bennett's murder victims was a 'street angel' with the Redcar Beacons.
At the time of her death, a statement from the volunteer group said she was "full of life, passionate about the work of Redcar Beacons and dedicated to serving her community."
Her caring attitude both on the streets of Redcar as a Beacon and also working in a charity shop will be greatly missed as will the smile with which she greeted everyone.