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Articles from Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England) (November 15, 2018)

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'Is it OK to land on the hotel in a parachute?'. 266
A Dog-gone shame as Barking lose; NTH/EAST SUNDAY LG. 264
A moment in history is found in wall. 443
A sweet return to a classic record by The Jam. 532
A WINTER'S TALE; KATIE WRIGHT picks out five menswear must-haves for on-trend gents this season. 207
ALLTO ME GEEK; A SAD FAREWELL TO A COMIC LEGEND. 326
Appeal for witnesses to collision at retail park; in brief. 113
Ashley 'close to selling to US investors'. 389
ASK THE VET With Rory Thomson. 296
Attack with drawer left woman with brain bruise; man wanted to hurt her as much as possible, court hears. 498
Average length of commute is now 51 minutes. 502
BEAUTY BUZZ; THE LATEST PRODUCTS & GLAMOUR GOSSIP. 129
BEST OF THE REST. 346
Blues deny breaking rules on underage players. 174
Bullying off for the Hockey Cup. 134
Cabinet approves draft Brexit deal. 445
Caught red-handed profiting off poppies; MAN FINED FOR COPYRIGHT BREACH. 437
Cheer for Charities Week! 163
CINEMA listings; For your information. 3038
City slicker to get the prize. 297
City's leader in bid to be mayor for North Tyne. 334
Coram Boy. 156
Cottagers swoop for Ranieri. 336
Council campaigns against single use plastics. 163
Court date set for drink-drive accused. 143
Doctors' tweets destroy NRA with surgical precision. 213
DRESSED toimpress; WHICH CELEBRITIES EARNED STYLE POINTS THIS WEEK? 210
Drugs gang 11 locked up; men saw themselves as above the law, police say. 704
Fans step in as Little Mix star sheds tears at gig. 267
Figures show why we should leave. 201
Fire crews contend with toxic smoke; ASBESTOS AT OLD FACTORY BRINGS EXTRA DANGER FOR 999 HEROES. 325
Firm's boss jailed for tipping at old factory. 580
Flying flag for live rock gigs; The Dead Daisies are back in the North East tonight, AND GUITARIST DOUG ALDRICH TELLS SIMON RUSHWORTH THAT THE ULTIMATE SUPERGROUP IS HERE TO STAY. 530
Fogonthe Tyne and in the city centre; NEWCASTLE'S GRAINGER STREET: 1958 AND TODAY. 551
Forgotten man Hayden is fully focused on a return to team; MIDFIELDER CAN BE A KEY MAN FOR US, SAYS BENITEZ. 762
Ginger spice and all things nice... We look at ways to warm up winter with a touch of ginger heat. 373
House football. 126
House of Fraser to close store. 270
Israel minister quits over Gaza ceasefire; MOVE COULD SPARK ELECTIONS. 183
It's 12 awards and counting for uni centre for computing; lab aspect of urban sciences building is recognised. 696
It's all Wyke now as Charlie gets go-ahead for return to training. 295
KILLER COCAINE; DEATHS FROM THE DRUG HAVE SOARED IN RECENT YEARS. 650
Lest we forget, Trump has got no respect for anything. 671
Longstaff's praise for defenders. 341
Macabre Musical; Produced by the students of Form 8CG at the Royal Grammar School, Newcastle. 336
Man in court over Byker bus and car crash. 185
MASTER THE MIDAXI; This catwalk favourite is now huge on the high street, says KATIE WRIGHT. 341
MP kicking off a search for views on the Magpies; ONWURAH TO PASS ON HER CONSTITUENTS' THOUGHTS TO GOVERNMENT. 357
New library is forming fast! 331
ON THE RADAR. 242
ON THIS DAY. 348
Orangutan takes to streets after ad ban. 201
PLAY THE HITS; AFTER 2016's MUCH-NEEDED REBOOT, THIS LATEST BATCH OF HITMAN MISSIONS STICKS SENSIBLY TO THE WINNING FORMULA. 588
POEM OF THE DAY. 172
Pop in for prosecco. 362
Presents for pets on sale at our stalls in festive markets. 731
PS1.49 shoplifter may face prison; MAN BECAME AGGRESSIVE WITH STAFF OVER THEFT. 265
QUICK BITES. 121
Receptionist's 10/10. 407
REUNITED; Send letters to: Reunited, The Chronicle, 2nd Floor, INTU Eldon Square, Eldon Court NE1 7JB. 130
Ship's victory is not plain sailing; STANDARD SECURITY BLYTH AND WANSBECK SUNDAY LG. 368
Shoppers queue to be first at underwear store. 182
smarter for 10; A SCENE STEALING MARVEL Superhero creator Stan Lee's movie cameos became his trademark. Here, Marion McMullen picks the best. 545
SOAP WATCH; Your guide to all the drama in the Square, on the cobbles and in the Dales. 194
Sorensen can improve, says U23s' coach. 420
STARS ROCK THE HOUSE FOR CHARITY; PICK OF THE DAY children in need rocksBBC1, 8.30pm. 268
Steel agrees to extend his contract at Durham; cricket. 179
Students sing over seas. 183
Team-mates flying out to cheer captain; BASKETBALL. 320
Ten of the most bizarre queries from by Travelodge customers in the North East:. 167
Thank you for the memories, Stan. 807
The 'largest railway crossing in the world'. 106
The Magic's over for Tyneside for the time being. 384
The weekend league games. 381
There's no doubt that Josh is a Maja talent - Glenn; dutch ace hails black cats striker. 530
They killed poor Ash - for nothing; FRIEND SAYS VICTIM WAS MURDERED FOR HIS BENEFITS. 1214
they said what? 408
Time to focus on play-off bid - Watson; NATIONAL LEAGUE. 277
Time to take cup form into league - Sam; we're looking for lift-off says falcons prop lockwood. 574
Traffic & travel update. 330
United eye goalscoring Paraguay international. 201
Unless Alan Shearer was there, it couldn't have got more Geordie. 480
We're all better off in a strong union. 314
Win shows the future of Toon starlets looks far from Grim; TROPHY BRINGING OUT THE BEST IN YOUNG MAGPIES. 846
Young Engineers go into Orbit! 142
your local chemists. 300

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