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Articles from Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England) (September 11, 2019)

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'Let's do more to tackle loneliness thousands feel' strategy to reduce the problem of isolation in the pipeline. 574
'People will support the clean air zone and they will want us to do more' council leader's road tolls prediction. 526
A whiter shade of pale; At this time of year, it's a delight to plan for spring and a carpet of white will brighten up dull days. 540
ASK EXPERT THE. 379
Beauty star devastated after attack; GLITZY EVENING TURNED SOUR AFTER AMBUSH. 376
Bede's legacy can teach us vital lessons; PLANS FOR HALL WILL TURN IT INTO EXCITING ATTRACTION. 506
BEST OF THE REST. 325
Bruce can win fans over - Les. 244
CHILDREN'S book of the week. 123
CHOC-full of adventure; AMY BROWNE enjoys a sweet treat of a day at Birmingham's Cadbury World in Bournville. 762
CINEMA listings. 3531
Clark's pride at his son's Toon rise. 360
Clearly meant for each other - from day one! pair born on same day celebrating their ruby wedding. 580
Corbyn: A general election is coming. 440
Diamond Strip hotel gets nod; FEARS OVER NOISE AND RATS ALLAYED. 447
Disney delights; GOING OUT. 267
DOWN WITH THE KIDS; What your children are talking about this week. 119
Duo back but Dwight still not all right. 228
FA Cup shock as Mariners knocked out of competition. 348
Fears over bid to move stroke care; COUNCILLORS CONCERNED THAT HOSPITAL IS BEING UNDERMINED. 332
Full of East End promise; PICK OF THE DAY who do you think you are? BBC1, 9pm. 272
Generous Aussie Magpies raise cash for NUFC foodbank; fans hold event to fundraise for cause back home. 613
Getting under the skin of being a new mum; THE PERIOD AFTER GIVING BIRTH CAN BE TOUGH ON WOMEN'S SKIN. PRUDENCE WADE GETS SOME ADVICE FROM A DERMATOLOGIST. 688
Go West End for a feast for history buffs; group's treasure trove to be shown off at open day. 814
Good food that has a capital G. 1145
He raised more than PS1m with his collection buckets. 387
Heartbreak for Horden as Tudhoe keep survival hopes alive; READERS DURHAM LEAGUE. 268
Help us to improve the city's air quality. 138
I do crave alone time - that's why toilets have locks; He may be an Instagram star but Simon Hooper tells LISA SALMON he isn't about to let his kids use phones at the dinner table. 1088
I enjoy challenge of managing United ... and the stick that's come my way so far; RESULTS HAVE CALMED STORM - NOW LET'S GET SOME MORE, SAYS BRUCE. 915
I'm looking forward to life as the father of an international football star. 449
I'm not here to be a back-up, says De Bock as he vows to fight for Cats place; LOAN MAN AIMING TO TAKE HIS CHANCE. 538
In-form Atsu has the wow factor for Bruce as he makes his mark and gives United boss a selection headache. 467
Kate brings ray of garden sunshine. 206
Khan on cloud nine as league leaders Burn through Hill batters; NEPL PREMIER DIVISION. 248
late breaks; GREAT DEALS ON LAST-MINUTE HOLIDAYS. 235
Laughing gas swoops on 18 sites. 401
Life inside 'Monster Mansion' revealed in report. 1017
loud support for bbc's new kids' music programme; STAYING IN. 274
Man accused of spreading hate; SPEAKER HID BEHIND VEIL OF KEEPING WOMEN SAFE FROM HARM. 602
Man admits homophobic vandalism. 246
Man to appear in court over crash that closed tunnel. 294
N Korean strikes to put pressure on US; seeking concessions is plan. 204
Neighbour who helped snare burglar praised. 394
Office complex approval investigation ruled out. 350
ON THIS DAY. 193
Owen: Big Al used me as a scapegoat. 443
Peak performance for peat repair job workers; THEY CLIMB REGION'S TALLEST HILL EVERY DAY OF PROJECT. 621
POEM OF THE DAY; Killer Smog. 105
Race against time to save man after car went over cliff. 318
Raine-ing wickets as bowlers Lord it. 670
Region enjoys the ride in fantastic weekend of sport; TOUR OF BRITAIN ROUNDS OFF NORTH EAST SPECIAL. 681
REUNITED Send letters to: Reunited, The Chronicle, 2nd Floor, INTU Eldon Square, Eldon Court NE1 7JB. 139
Room for improvement in Test side. 384
RUCK and ROLL; All eyes will soon be on Tokyo for the Rugby World Cup. SIMON MURFITT provides food for thought if you're thinking of a visit. 1025
Schools to get primary status; CONVERSION IS APPROVED BY CABINET. 513
Scottish on the rocks. 473
secret to second-hand shopping. 407
SHOWTIME IN CHICAGO; America's third city declared 2019 a year of theatre. NICK BOULOS raises the curtain on all it has to offer on stage and off. 917
SOAP watch; Your guide to all the drama in the Square, on the cobbles and in the Dales. 175
ST YLE files; THE LATEST FROM THE CATWALK, RED CARPET AND HIGH STREET. 221
Star's streak extended with crazy 5-4 win. 699
Team up to help schools win kit. 149
Ten-man Spartans thumped by Moors in derby. 362
The MPs are acting like little children. 127
they said what? 336
Tigers make it count and edge past the disappointed Diamonds; SPEEDWAY. 333
Too sick to work; AROUND ONE MILLION UK HOUSEHOLDS ARE OUT OF WORK BECAUSE OF SICKNESS OR DISABILITY. 455
Toon star Joe standing Firm on comparison with Reds ace. 676
Top-flight title race is going down to the wire; NORTHUMBERLAND AND TYNESIDE CRICKET LEAGUE. 716
Traffic & travel update. 175
Transport shake-up impacts on the elderly; COUNCIL HEARS HOW MOVES HAVE AFFECTED PASSENGERS. 638
Wear on our way back up, says Kimpioka. 192
WHAT TO DO THIS WEEK. 134
Who knows what is best for Britain? 349
your local chemists. 358

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