Paul Michael Rowntree is charged with raping a woman in her 40s on Sunday, December 1, last year. A new trial date has been set for a man accused of carrying out an early-hours rape in a town centre. The alleged offence is said to have happened in Hartlepool , at the junctions of Lucan Street and Middleton Grange Lane. Rowntree, of no fixed address, appeared at Teesside Crown Court via video link from Durham Prison on Tuesday for a short hearing. His trial was due to begin on Tuesday but had to be pushed back to another date due to the coronavirus pandemic. Latest Teesside headlines straight to your inbox Subscribe When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Our Privacy Notice explains more about how we use your data, and your rights.
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An official Middlesbrough Council report suggested the leisure centre may stay closed until next April, but a new plan has been put in place. Leaders have backtracked on plans to shut a popular leisure centre until spring next year in the face of anger. But council bosses have now agreed to open the Ormesby Road site on September 1 after a backlash from ward councillors and users of the centre.
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Richard Swinnerton has been charged with three counts of possession of illegal images of children. A deputy headteacher of a primary school charged with online child sex offences has had his first appearance at court moved back until October. Richard Swinnerton has been charged with three counts of possession of illegal images of children relating to category A the most severe , category B and category C.
Swinnerton was initially due to appear before Teesside Magistrates’ Court in Middlesbrough on July 10, however his case was rescheduled due to the coronavirus pandemic. St Clare’s headteacher Elizabeth Eddies said: “I wish to assure all parents that the well-being and safety of children at St Clare’s remains of paramount importance. By Kristy Dawson.
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Here is what you need to know about the new rules in England. The Government has announced it will soon be mandatory to wear a face covering in supermarkets and other shops in England. Health Secretary Matt Hancock will announce the coverings are to become compulsory in a statement today July The move follows a weekend of confusion over whether ministers intended to make face masks mandatory after Boris Johnson said they were looking at “stricter” rules.
It comes just days after Middlesbrough Mayor Andy Preston urged residents in the town to be ‘ahead of the game’ by wearing face masks in public. Mr Preston said at the weekend that he expected the Government to announced that face covering will be compulsory in public spaces. It will be up to police to dish out penalties and not business owners or shop workers, although they are being asked to encourage customers to comply.
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A manager at a Teesside gym has described how fitness centres can become like ‘real-life Tinder’. New year resolutions and extra Christmas calories see gyms across Teesside bulging with new and returning members. The post-Christmas rush to get fit and burn off the festive flab means that fitness centres are jammed. And, according to one Teesside gym, it’s not just fitness that’s on the minds of many
The scheduled Middlesbrough show on June 13 was due to be the final UK date of the band’s Imploding the Mirage tour to promote their latest.
Amanda Mulvey came across the man in the street, said he could stay with her, and began a relationship with him. Dating a heroin addict led to disastrous consequences and a court appearance for a “used and abused” Middlesbrough mum. The good will of Amanda Mulvey came back to bite her when she allowed a man who had been “heavily assaulted” to stay over at her place. A relationship followed, but just two months later she was evicted, charged with theft, and had half her benefits taken from her by her new drug addict partner, Teesside Magistrates’ Court heard.
The year-old appeared before justices to answer a charge of theft on Monday, but her solicitor, Paul McGee, explained the “sad” circumstances that led up to her first ever criminal offence. Mr McGee, mitigating, said the crime happened after she was “used and abused” by her partner. She didn’t realise upon taking him in he was also a heroin addict.
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Both admitted to being slightly nervous, but the pair are now looking forward to their prize – a weekend together in the picturesque city of Amsterdam. But the boxer and bouncer was turned down by 30 women — including Joanne Patton from Guisborough — when his sister revealed his secret love of singer Michael Bolton on the show.
This time, however, he has been more successful and James and Danielle will now spend a romantic weekend together on a DFDS cruise to the Dutch capital. By Teesside Live. Latest Teesside headlines straight to your inbox Subscribe When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Our Privacy Notice explains more about how we use your data, and your rights.
Lockdown reality TV show Lovedown will feature Teesside careworker Jesse
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Deputy headteacher of Middlesbrough school charged with online sex offences has court date delayed. Richard Swinnerton has been charged.
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The Food Warehouse is owned by Iceland but many Teessiders may not have even heard of it. An opening date has been announced for the first Teesside branch of one of ‘Britain’s fastest growing supermarkets’. It’s opening at Portrack on September 1, bringing new jobs to the area. Formed in , Iceland says thousands of of customers have switched to shopping there in the last 12 months.
Selling both food and homewares, it is open to the “public and trade alike offering the wholesale experience, without any membership required”. A spokesperson said: “Whilst we are bringing back the trend of ‘the weekly shop’ where we focus hard on saving you money, we are also there for you after a long day and in need of that ‘quick tea’. There’s also plans to open one at Middlehaven, when the empty Sainsbury’s store is sub-divided into five smaller shops.
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A Teesside care worker and student is set to star in a new reality dating show hosted by a former Emmerdale star. Lovedown starts next week and follows a group of singles as they attempt to find love during lockdown amid social distancing. Teesside university student and care worker Jesse Hall will appear in the second episode.
Online dating during lockdown has taken on a new meaning now that the The first episode of the show is set to air on the evening of Monday.
Gulliver’s Valley, around a 90 minute drive from central Teesside, will open up to visitors with pre-booked slots only on Saturday, July The attraction is aimed at families with children aged between two and 13 and is home to rides and attractions including a Ghostly Galleon pirate ship, a Lost Jurassic World area and an Apache Falls water ride. Visitors can also stay, with accommodation options including Unicorn and Princess suites as well as Western Cabins and Lost World Lodges. A number of extra safety measures have been made including temperature checks on arrival, mandatory advanced booking, contactless entry, social distancing measures and a food pre-ordering system.
Due to the ongoing pandemic and social distancing requirements, some parts of the park including the indoor soft play area will open at a later date, she said. By Joanne Welford. Rides and attractions at new theme park Gulliver’s Valley in South Yorkshire. Latest Teesside headlines straight to your inbox Subscribe When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters.
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