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Articles from Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England) (April 27, 2016)

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Title Author Type Words
2 minutes Yesterday in. 604
22 Magpie aces: What they did after football... 22 Magpie aces: What they did after football... 577
48 hours Your next North EastHot List. 555
A race against time; PICK OF THE DAY SCOTT & BAILEY ITV, 9pm. 308
Airline throws rowdy stag party off plane; FLIGHT DELAYED AS POLICE DEAL WITH DRUNK PASSENGERS. 260
April - October JERSEY. 110
Arresting plans for a new development; BID TO BUILD STUDENT BLOCK ON CITY POLICE OFFICE SITE. 341
BEST OF THE BOX. 372
BEST OF THE REST. 327
Big changes for city pub. 545
Board meting out defeats to opponents; POOL. 150
Campaign dad tells of his sorrow. 414
Can cuddles really beat exam stress? Positive psychology and seven-second hugs can help the whole family survive the stressful exam season, happiness guru Andy Cope tells LISA SALMON. 780
Capital gains to be had with Washington. 333
Cats defence impresses City's Adam. 368
CCTV may hold vital clues to city rape; IN BRIEF. 163
CHILDREN'S book of the week. 180
CINEMA listings. 1842
Cisse's resurgence highlights healthy competition in Toon ranks. 322
COOKING with the kids. 204
Corrections & complaints. Correction notice 189
Cream of artistic crop honoured at awards ceremony. 759
CRICKET. 184
Defeat leaves Celtic sweating on their fate; NON-LEAGUE. 347
Dixon: You can't put a price on an Olympics place. 1012
Doctors are backed as new strike takes hold; over 20,000 staff walk out. 512
Everybody deserves the chance to succeed; singer and tv presenter jamelia talks about how the prince's trust helps countless young people achieve their dreams. 796
Family fitness doesn't have to drive you up the wall; Finding ways to stay fit together is a challenge but not an impossibility, says ANDY BROOKS. 587
FINAL curtain for piano as tip disposes of it. 164
Football walk for teenager. 273
FROM THE GP'S SURGERY. 435
Gateshead's Kilty shines in sunshine state. 302
Get reading outside your comfort zone; Share-A-Story month encourages finding safe but unusual places to read books. 510
Given could be back in action ahead of clash with former club. 307
Glamour final the aim for Bunten; WOMEN'S BASKETBALL. 417
GROW YOUR OWN. 176
HANDBALL. 188
Head backs parents over exams boycott. 542
health notes. 319
Herbie has a tournament to remember; BOWLS. 373
I just gave him a kiss and said 'I love you, I am just here' then 10 minutes later they said his heart had stopped; PARENTS OF MENINGITIS VICTIM TELL OF THEIR HEARTACHE. 486
I'm not the Chron's Victor Meldrew any more - United can stay up, I do believe it! 435
It's all about points this weekend - not Pardew; FIGHT FOR SURVIVAL IS THE MAGPIES' MAIN OBJECTIVE AS EX-TOON BOSS RETURNS. 646
Jack fears no one and shows it in great start; finn and plunkett hold no fear as burnham comes out of his shell. 550
Jail for drugs gang as PS120,000 haul seized; POLICE WARN CRIMINALS 'WE ARE WATCHING YOU'. 494
Joe: It was awesome but we must grow; BASKETBALL. 368
Kirchhoff is looking for six appeal to keep Cats in the top tier; midfielder thinks two wins from final four games will bring safety. 585
Late agony as Spartans miss out; EVO-STIK PLAY-OFF. 273
Leading the way in saving lives; BLAKELAW CLAIMS A FIRST WITH HEART SAFE INITIATIVE. 585
Leave EU and we'd lose jobs in North. 138
Major cash boost for animal shelter; IN BRIEF. 133
Man arrested after club 'stabbing'. 130
Memories of a deadly wartime raid. 374
Modern-day parallels with Pompey result. 339
POEM OF THE DAY; Sonnet 50. 120
Prince William's a hard worker. 170
Pupils' visitor for Fairtrade Fortnight. 131
Put your questions on Europe to Boris; READERS' CHANCE TO QUIZ THE 'VOTE LEAVE' CHAMPION. 422
Reader Offers. 207
REUNITED; Send your letters to: Reunited, The Chronicle, Groat Market, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 1ED. 135
Riding Mill A ensure they're runners-up; TABLE TENNIS. 149
Schoolboy is given a big chance by the Falcons. 214
Sciences giving Life to economy; 5 things we learned yesterday. 498
Seaside town's new-look promenade takes shape; 'gateway' refurb work on schedule. 361
So pleased for those families who fought for so long; exliverpool boss pays tribute to the 96 fans. 588
Soap watch; Your guide to all the drama in the Square, on the cobbles and in the Dales. 276
Sorrento & the; Reader Offers. 195
Sun, sand and... sleet. 339
Team's teams preparing for their crunch clashes; VOLLEYBALL. 483
The free men who could find new homes rebuilding black-and-whites; THE PREMIER LEAGUE PLAYERS AVAILABLE FOR NOTHING THIS SUMMER. 1469
To be, or not to be... a child star, now that is a tricky question To be, or not to be... a child star, now that is a tricky question. 447
Today the truth, next justice. 311
TOON TRENDS. 123
Traffic & travel update. 206
Treatment of leader 'appalling'. 323
TWEETS & POSTS. 490
Tyne Tunnel body murder accused in court. 216
What would you see if you took a cruise along the Tyne? Take a Quay-to-Sea boat trip on the Tyne and you'll discover that it's a 'lively and vibrant river'. 877
What's On; SARAH JEFFERY REVEALS WHICH CHEFS WILL BE DISHING UP TREATS AT THIS YEAR'S TYNEMOUTH FOOD FESTIVAL. 804
Wilson is the winner thanks to big breaks; SNOOKER. 368
Working hard on town centre. 271
You can live the high life; WHAT'S ON EDITOR GORDON BARR HAS NEWS OF MORE TICKETS ON SALE FOR THE DINE BY THE TYNE 100 FEET IN THE AIR EXPERIENCE. 360
your local chemists. 355

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