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Articles from Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England) (December 27, 2019)

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'Disgusting' pair fleeced elderly ladies; mother and daughter jailed. ROB KENNEDY Court reporter rob.kennedy@reachplc.com @ChronicleCourt 534
A BIG thank you TO GENEROUS TESCO SHOPPERS; advertising feature YOUR DONATIONS HELPED MANY PEOPLE TO HAVE A HAPPIER Christmas. 434
A year of making a huge difference. 761
Age no object. NICOLE GOODWIN 304
All the trimmings and more for our lucky competition winner. 241
At least 20 dead in Philippines typhoon; THOUSANDS FLEE DEVASTATION. 198
At the Metrocentre 30 years ago; NOSTALGIA DAVE MORTON recalls the people and places of the North East CHECK US OUT ONLINE AT WWW.CHRONICLELIVE.CO.UK/NEWS/HISTORY EMAIL: david.morton.editorial@ncjmedia.co.uk TELEPHONE: 0191 2016437 WRITE TO: Dave Morton, ncjMedia, Eldon Court, Percy Street, Newcastle, NE1 7JB. @DaveSMorton Newcastle Chronicle - History Photosales - 01640 683 902. 102
Bathers brave the chill foradip; FUNDRAISERS DON FANCY DRESS FOR BOXING DAY SWIM IN SEA. SONIA SHARMA Reporter sonia.sharma@trinitymirror.com @TheSharminator 426
BEST OF THE REST. 251
Blyth tackle Darlo with spring in their step. 174
Boss: We were taught a harsh lesson. LEE RYDER 403
Bragging rights secured in derby for Robins; NON-LEAGUE. 193
Brexit was elephant in the election room. 303
Bruce: We gifted hosts their goals. 392
CHRISTINE KEELER DID NOT WANT TO BE SEEN AS A VICTIM; Sophie Cookson tells Marion McMullen about playing the woman at the heart of the scandal that rocked 1960s Britain. Marion McMullen 674
Christmas of 1959 and it's a record-breaker; NOSTALGIA DAVE MORTON recalls the people and places of the North East CHECK US OUT ONLINE AT WWW.CHRONICLELIVE.CO.UK/NEWS/HISTORY EMAIL: david.morton.editorial@ncjmedia.co.uk TELEPHONE: 0191 2016437 WRITE TO: Dave Morton, ncjMedia, Eldon Court, Percy Street, Newcastle, NE1 7JB. @DaveSMorton Newcastle Chronicle - History Photosales - 01640 683 902. 548
Cinema listings. 3327
Colliers look to end poor run of form; EBAC NORTHERN LEAGUE PREVIEW. 384
Curran snares best figures and plays down any injury concerns. 257
Decade in focus. 188
Dunston boss: We have turned a corner and are switched on; BET VICTOR NORTH WEST. 293
Eagles are ready for a revolution. SIMON RUSHWORTH 440
Embarrassing return to Old Trafford for Bruce's Toon; PAINFUL RESULTS FOR THE MAGPIES AS THEY MAKE DEVILS LOOK WORLD CLASS. LEE RYDER Chief Newcastle writer lee.ryder@reachplc.com @lee_ryder 968
Everton have their own Rafa equivalent - but Mags can ruin Ancelotti's away day; BRUCE SLOWLY WINNING FANS OVER BUT STILL PLENTY OF WORK TO DO AFTER MAULING IN MANCHESTER. JOHNGIBSON 683
Finally we can give Toby a relaxing bath in safety - it's the best gift possible. KATIE COLLINGS Reporter katie.collings@reachplc.com @KCOLLINGSNEWS 606
Flying milkshakes, a new mayor and return of Ant; PART TWO OF OUR 2019 NEWS ROUND-UP TAKES US FROM MAY TO AUGUST WHEN WE SEE A COUPLE ENJOY THE MOST CULTURED OF AIRBNB STAYS, THE DRINKS ARE ON NIGEL FARAGE AND A WELCOME RETURN TO OUR TV SCREENS BY A GEORDIE LEGEND. 1211
Generous Magpies gave Devils few late Christmas gifts in shocker. CIARAN KELLY Newcastle United writer ciaran.kelly02@reachplc.com @CiaranKelly_ 811
Heed failed to take up chances in derby; NATIONAL NORTH. JEFF BOWRON 319
Hymn sheet same for club and Carroll. 250
I feel like life's just begun now that I've lost weight; GRANDMOTHER, 52, SAYS SHE FEELS GREAT AFTER YEARS OF SELF-LOATHING. NICOLE GOODWIN Reporter nicole.goodwin@trinitymirror.com @NicoleGoodwin92 386
It's still hard watching the scene where I say goodbye to Leia... Carrie Fisher; Star Wars made Daisy Ridley into a superstar, but as her time as Rey comes to an end in The Rise Of Skywalker, she sits down with LAURA HARDING to take stock. LAURA HARDING 1019
Londoner shot in front of his family. 450
Lower standards for this area of Tyneside. 118
Mayor renews bid for powers over transport. DAVID HOLLAND Local democracy reporter daniel.holland@reachplc.com @danhollandnews 514
Most of my jokes are about my mistakes as a parent; MARIONMCMULLEN finds out how comedian Sam Avery's twin boys inspired his latest show. MARIONMCMULLEN 897
My memories of region in 1949. 228
ON THIS DAY. 242
Only irresistible offers will be looked at for Gayle. LEE RYDER Chief Newcastle writer lee.ryder@reachplc.com @lee_ryder 247
Pac to where the decade began. GAME ON With Cheryl Mullin 1355
PLAYING WITH FIRE (PG) H HHHH. 224
POEM OF THE DAY; Christmas Angels. 123
Pressure on boss up following stalemate. JAMES HUNTER Sunderland writer james.hunter@reachplc.com @JHUNTERCHRON 611
REUNITED Send letters to: Reunited, The Chronicle, 2nd Floor, INTU Eldon Square, Eldon Court NE1 7JB. 131
Search is on to find the north's top Rising Stars of Sport; SPORTS AWARDS. 154
Shoppers flock to the sales to bag a bargain; THOUSANDS OUT EARLY FOR SOME BOXING DAY SHOPPING. SONIA SHARMA Reporter sonia.sharma@reachplc.com 415
SHOW BUZZ; ALL THE LATEST FROM THE WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT. 224
SISTERS ARE DOING IT FOR THEMSELVES; LITTLE WOMEN (U) HHHH H. 485
SOAP WATCH. 198
Social Just too strong for Fosse; SUNDAY FOOTBALL. 214
Some people have heard of us but don't know what we look like... I couldn't wish for anything better than that; Indie rock group Bastille's frontman Dan Smith talks to ALEX GREEN about their new album, that John Lewis advert and the perils of pigeonholing. ALEX GREEN 1011
SPIES IN DISGUISE (PG) ... .. 324
Strangford seals have a baby boom. 171
The new crackdown on drugs. ALICE CACHIA 490
Traffic & travel update. 241
WATCH AT HOME three to see. 374
Weir going to be really up for this; RICHARDS: FALCONS FIRED UP FOR EMOTIONAL DAY IN HONOUR OF HERO DODDIE. 372
WORLD CUP OF THE DECADE; PICK OF THE DAY RICHARD OSMAN'S WORLD CUP OF THE DECADEChannel 4, 9pm The tweetest memories. 277
Year goes with a real swing for ace Wilson. 545

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