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Articles from Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England) (November 1, 2019)

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'Best day ever' for thumbs-up ball boy Lucas; TRAINING GROUND TREAT FOR SUPPORTIVE 10-YEAR-OLD. KATIE DICKINSON Reporter nkatie.dickinson@reachplc.com @KATIEJDICKINSON 410
'I've been granted a dream day amid hell' terminal cancer patient's determination to get wed. SEAN SEDDON Reporter sean.seddon@trinitymirror.com @seddonnews 402
'Magpies have more quality under Bruce'. ANDREW MUSGROVE Football writer andrew.musgrove@reachplc.com @ADMUSGROVE 345
'Managers take time to settle in so Bruce needs his chance'. LEE RYDER Chief Newcastle writer lee.ryder@reachplc.com @lee_ryder Interview 1108
90 years of city church; The FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 2019 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 - 0191 201 6000. Dave Morton 445
A happy delivery for Marnie. 153
AFTER THE WEDDING [...]. 210
Agatha Christie gave me The Mousetrap for my ninth birthday... MARION McMULLEN DISCOVERS MURDER IS A FAMILY BUSINESS AS THE NOVELIST'S GRANDSON MATHEW PRICHARD TELLS HER ALL ABOUT HIS FAMOUS RELATIVE. MARION McMULLEN 946
Aldi's plan sparks fear over traffic; TRADE IN TOWN CENTRE COULD BE AFFECTED. HERBERT SODEN Local democracy reporter herbert.soden@trinitymirror.com @HerbertSoden88 500
ALL GEEK TO ME; THE LATEST GAMING, COMICS & TECH TRENDS. 309
All we can do is pray the goals come soon; MAGPIES NEED SOMEONE TO STRIKE A NOTE OF HOPE FOR THE DISENCHANTED FAITHFUL. 691
Always amazed by remainer reasoning. 268
American dream is on for Black Cats; MASSIVE CASH INJECTION A BIG DEAL FOR WEARMEN. SEAN MCCORMICK Football writer sean.mccormick@reachplc.com @S_McCormick95 526
APP WEEK ofthe. 244
ASK THE VET. With Rory Thomson 312
Attacked mum's thanks for supporters. 480
Benfield new boy is the very Dab - just ask Dad; NON-LEAGUE. 182
BEST OF THE REST. 261
Bid to halt Metro deal for Brexit; row over PS500m contract. DANIEL HOLLAND Local democracy reporter daniel.holland@reachplc.com @danhollandnews 558
BIG MATCH PREVIEW; WEST HAM UNITED V NEWCASTLE UNITED. 225
Bolam braced for tough test against RCA; NORTHERN LG/ FA VASE PREVIEW. MARK CARRUTHERS 357
Chess. 482
Clark in positive mood but keen to make a point. 202
Coach of disabled team pilfered cash. IAN JOHNSON Reporter ian.johnson01@reachplc.com @IANJOHNSONCHRON 465
Corbyn lashes out at Ashley. 228
Cup of woe for Lady Mags; WOMEN'S FA CUP THIRD QUALIFYING ROUND. 416
Dealer is first for aftersales. 303
Dobson: Boss will overcome difficult start. 403
DON'T MISS YOUR 12-PAGE [...]. 329
Donated laptops offer us so much Potential. 477
Eagles on ride of ups and downs. SIMON RUSHWORTH 539
Fernandez hungry for success despite club's poor start to season. 263
Final must not be distraction; tait's world cup message to falcons team-mates. 580
Five-star food as local as it gets. 732
Gayle: I did not want to leave Toon. 353
Halloween's over, but pets can still get spooked. 595
Hello my loves. SIMON DUKE 342
Hero cave rescue divers honoured. 215
Kameko set to Star in Futurity. 338
Leaders launch the blame game. 486
Longstaff's ban paves the way for Hayden to play a central role. 296
Man admits killing his three-week-old; household was one of domestic violence, court told. ROB KENNEDY Court reporter rob.kennedy@reachplc.com @ChronicleCourt 466
MEET THE REAL TERMINATOR SALVATION; Arnold Schwarzenegger is reunited with Linda Hamilton in Terminator: Dark Fate... and he thinks the return of Sarah Connor may be just what the franchise needs. LUCY MAPSTONE meets the cast. LUCY MAPSTONE 910
Metro cash box robber attacked guard. 177
Nelson: Taming the Lions the only focus; MINDS MUST NOT BE ON BIG CUP CLASH, WARNS COACH. VANARAMA NATIONAL By JEFF BOWRON 385
Newcastle United's Spanish 'ayes' in '94. 334
November is a gift for gamers. 841
Office block plan unveiled. 412
Pakistan train fire leaves over 70 dead; MANY PASSENGERS ALSO INJURED. 276
POEM OF THE DAY; Simple pleasures. 127
Police uncover cannabis plants. KATIE DICKINSON Reporter katie.dickinson@reachplc.com 218
Pollution warning badges for children explored; idea is put forward to raise public awareness of problem. DANIEL HOLLAND Local Democracy Reporter daniel.holland@reachplc.com @danhollandnews 450
Practically perfect for MPV market. GRAHAM COURTNEY 441
PS120m development plan near St James' Park set for go-ahead; officers say council should be 'minded to approve' scheme. DANIEL HOLLAND Local Democracy Reporter daniel.holland@reachplc.com @danhollandnews 571
Sartori will be a Juan to watch at the SOL soon. 219
SHINE OF THE TIMES; Clever sequel to Stephen King's classic, The Shining, invokes imagery from Stanley Kubrick's original film as a grown up Danny Torrance faces his old demons DOCTOR SLEEP (15) HHHH H. 386
SHOW BUZZ; ALL THE LATEST FROM THE WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT. 263
SOAP WATCH; YOUR GUIDE TO ALL THE DRAMA IN THE Square, on the cobbles and in the Dales. 287
SORRY WE MISSED YOU [...]. 272
SOUND JUDGEMENT; THE LATEST ALBUM RELEASES RATED AND REVIEWED. 332
Spartans face by Far the biggest test yet of their recent revival. JEFF BOWRON VANARAMA NORTH 215
Surely this wasn't the greatest idea. 311
tech that... A ROUND-UP OF THE LATEST NEWS IN THE DIGITAL WORLD. 327
The overworked generation; Millions of people feel they are working too many hours. ANNIE GOUK 486
The Rolling Stones are to blame for us all continuing to go and go; Stereophonics frontman Kelly Jones admits he was thinking about quitting the band last year, but tells LUCY MAPSTONE his creativity and Jagger and Co's example changed his mind. LUCY MAPSTONE 879
The stars are out tonight... PICK OF THE DAY THE GRAHAM NORTON SHOWBBC1, 10.35pm. today's tv With Sara Wallis 280
The way to solve the obesity crisis is to teach kids to cook; Junior Bake Off is back to test budding bakers' skills to the limit. Judges Prue Leith and Liam Charles, along with presenter Harry Hill, talk to Georgia Humphreys about the show's appeal and why its return is especially timely. GEORGIA SHOW'S APPEAL Humphreys 583
they said what? 367
three to see; WATCH AT HOME Missed it at the cinema or on TV? We round up the best streaming and DVD releases of the week. 287
Traffic & travel update. 247
Unions that make a lasting impression. 932
VOLT sets my Pulse racing; The technology behind e-bikes has sparked a new interest in cycling. 782
What about the cost of health tourism? 108
Wilson named on bench for big showdown. 296
Win PS25k. 355
Woman is fined for dumping rubbish. 172

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