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Articles from Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England) (August 30, 2019)

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'It'll be a good game in a great stadium when we play Italy' RUGBY STAR LOOKING FORWARD TO HIS VISIT TO NEWCASTLE. 452
300 firms sign up for summit. 362
A fairer fare for rail passengers; PILOT SCHEME WILL BRING IN NEW PRICING SYSTEM FOR ONE-WAY TRIPS. 328
A Jess double leaves United Brown-ed off! 550
A triumph of style over substances; A MILLION LITTLE PIECES (15). 452
Adding even more Flair to the Cactus. 343
ALL GEEK TO ME; THE LATEST GAMING, COMICS & TECH TRENDS. 262
APP ofthe WEEK. 170
APPETITE FOR DESTRUCTION; WRECKFEST (PEGI 7) Xbox One, PS4, PC HHH HH. 472
ASK THE VET. 341
Away with the faeries. 278
BEST OF THE REST. 303
Blackett Will strike it so lucky with Heed - boss; striker paul is backed to be a success VANARAMA NORTH. 371
Blyth hoping the Brakes are off as they chase a first league win; VANARAMA NORTH. 229
Boris plans face legal challenges. 434
Cars, bikes, coffees and our own awards raise vital cash. 483
Celebrating iconic Pop art history at gallery. 576
ChessWITH THE KNIGHT. 478
Choose a career, not just a course. 648
Chronicle Champions 2019 categories. 465
College sets you up for life. 828
Contentious home plans up for debate; original scheme rejected by government. 231
Corrosive substance poured over luxury cars. 157
Councillors to vote on Parliament suspension city leader brings an emergency motion to condemn pm. 386
CYCLING is a great and necessary force in my life .. but it can be brutal; Five-time Olympic gold medallist Sir Bradley Wiggins tells MARION McMULLEN why he is getting on his bike for a UK tour. 799
Driver leads police on deadly chase; an 'immature young man eager to please his friends'. 680
Durham 'crumbled' in heat of the Blast; but we will be back stronger, says coach. 487
Eagles re-sign teen guard Yabantu. 263
Ex-Newcastle coach freed pending appeal; ex-player labelled 'arrogant'. 348
Excitement as Bland is back for the Eagles; basketball. 385
Family's tribute to much-loved dad. 411
Father's birth pride: 'It's not every dad who delivers his own daughter!' wife Laura WENT INTO LABOUR ON BATHROOM FLOOR. 585
Gazza's on great form as he shares his thoughts on managers, players and his prospects for the future; former magpies star in rare interview. 1546
GCSE success for Whickham pupils. 437
Girls achieving top grades. 552
History in the making as new boys kick off; FA VASE/NORTHERN LG PREVIEW. 358
HMS Queen Elizabeth ready to set sail. 210
I'm telling women's stories that haven't really been told; FRANK TURNER TELLS LUCY MAPSTONE WHY HIS NEW ALBUM CELEBRATES CENTURIES OF GIRL POWER. 904
Image released in assault probe. 171
It may take years for him to be himself - if ever; dad's anguish after fall. 544
It was heartbreaking that there was nothing we could do; couple's son leo suffered with rare condition. 807
IT'S A BIG CHANGE FOR ME. IT TAKES ME INTO THE UNKNOWN; Chef Gordon Ramsay tells Gemma Dunn about travelling the globe in search of culinary inspiration in new series, Uncharted ON THE SCREEN SMALL. Recipe 628
It's lift-off for Rockets after Super display; women's cricket. 339
It's the most feminist script I've read in years; ON THE SCREEN BIG New horror film Crawl follows a young woman trapped by alligators during a hurricane. Star Kaya Scodelario talks to GEORGIA HUMPHREYS about facing her fears and why she found the role so emotionally challenging. 944
Jail and PS2,000 fine for the bus joyrider who put lives at risk. 385
Jeers, knocks and personal milestones - all performed in front of a more modest St James' crowd than the players are used to. 492
Lorry driver spared jail after killing Scottish councillor; DRIVER STRUGGLES TO COME TO TERMS WITH HIS ACTIONS. 374
MacPhail: Three wins and we will be champs; NORTHUMBERLAND AND. 452
Magpies flying again in 1919; 100 YEARS AGO, FOOTBALL WAS BACK AFTER WORLD WAR I. 563
Making his Mark with new album; ALL THE LATEST FROM THE BLUES AND ROOTS SCENE WITH Charlie Parr. 886
MPs should hit the pause on Article 50. 201
Mrs Lowry & SON (PG) HHH HH. 225
Mystery 'slick' in sea may be algae - experts. 323
New signing Lynch not yet up to speed. 333
Newcastle School for Boys breaks national records. 497
No barriers to real success. 643
NUFC's quality seems to turn on a sixpence. 512
Of course we are gutted, but we'll take positives from it; bruce has to lift team after penalties disaster. 633
Off-duty detective tackled shoplifter; out for a meal on his night off - but still fighting crime. 344
on this day. 266
Pair inhale toxic fumes after spillage at dentists. 213
Plans to turn pub into food shop rejected; IN BRIEF. 119
Removing sanctions could re-start deal; iran in nuclear offer to us. 204
REUNITED. 140
Ross is in no rush to let fringe players go. 516
Search for a Geordie hardman actor for film; reformed criminal's story to be turned into a movie. 511
Semi-estate soaks up potholes. 683
Shelvey almost left for Hammers. 354
Show and tell; AMAZON HAS BROUGHT OUT ANOTHER VARIATION ON ITS HOME HELP DEVICE - AND AT A BARGAIN PRICE. 654
SHOW BUZZ; ALL THE LATEST FROM THE WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT. 189
Skipper hopes play-offs will not be a Taul order. 617
SOAP WATCH; Your guide to all the drama in the Square, on the cobbles and in the Dales. 248
SOUND JUDGEMENT; THE LATEST ALBUM RELEASES RATED AND REVIEWED. 354
SPORTS SHORTS. 224
Student's skills saved little girl's life while on holiday. 636
Support efforts to get tax exemption. 255
tech that... A ROUND-UP OF THE LATEST NEWS IN THE DIGITAL WORLD. 333
Terrace to be transformed into apartments. 450
The Beauty of a summer panto. 433
THE INFORMER (15). 174
THE MUSTANG (15). 136
they said what? 368
three to see; WATCH AT HOME. 366
Three-week injury lay-off not Wat Duncan bargained for. 261
Top racers ready to ride in Sheffield; SPEEDWAY. 267
traffic & travel update. 216
Veterans' piper bereft over loss of instrument following show; he appeals for return of bagpipes which he had custom-made. 324
Vim is sparkling for Phili with bat and ball; READERS DURHAM LEAGUE DIVISION ONE. 201
Wartime spirit is reawakened. 323
Watch out womenrobots are coming for your jobs The jobs most likely to be taken over by machines in the next 10 to 20 years. 617
Watford set to give their all at Toon. 393
Who'd want to do police officer's job? 127
Woman caught with tablets stuffed into bra. 271
World Cup winner Wood brings trophy to hometown club. 336
Worthy of consideration; CESTRIANS ARE A HUGE THREAT TO BURNMOOR TITLE DREAMS - ALLAN. 406
Yet another learning curve for Longstaff. 432
You've got your results - so what now? 611

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