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Articles from Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England) (September 4, 2019)

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'No one's perfect', says Harry on jet use. 209
ASK EXPERT THE. 387
Assembly Rooms to close doors; family who have run venue for 45 years sell building. 534
Bahamas 'pounded' by Hurricane Dorian; at least five killed by storm. 218
Ben always makes things happen, says Jennings; praise for team-orientated stokesy. 633
BEST OF THE REST. 331
Bronze in with a chance of being named FIFA's ultimate golden girl. 229
Budding detective in trouble with law; DRIVER WAS CAUGHT TWO AND A HALF TIMES OVER BOOZE LIMIT. 296
Charity's search for the two girls whose words of kindness touched social reformer. 1062
CHILDREN'S book of the week. 165
City Walk for Peace planned; IN BRIEF. 101
Council praised for its support for armed forces; north tyne authority given mod award for its efforts. 510
Dale's derby rallying cry for Spartans; NATIONAL LGE NORTH. 246
Disappointment for house sellers as prices are cut; properties in town are achieving only 91% of asking price. 311
Dozens of restaurants in firing line; IN BRIEF. 241
dragonfly mobile. 447
EU Immigration can also be controlled. 213
Families left high and dry by French air traffic control; problem with system leads to cancelled flights. 497
Former owner Shepherd called deal for failure Owen the worst deal of his life. 827
Fundraiser on coast attracts record number of walkers. 307
Go ALL-IN WITH POKER; KNIPHOFIAS PRODUCE HIGH-IMPACT FLOWERS BUT THEY ARE ALSO SURPRISINGLY EASY TO MAINTAIN. 556
GOLDEN WONDER; EDWARD STEPHENS visits an idyllic Atlantic Ocean island where three cars spotted together is regarded as a traffic jam. 1253
Great catch for youth rugby club; ITALIAN STARS SHARE THEIR SKILLS AHEAD OF ENGLAND ENCOUNTER. 259
Heed up to eighth with derby victory; NATIONAL LGE NORTH. 371
HOW TO PROTECT YOUR CHILDREN IF YOU SPLIT; CHILDREN CAN BE USED AS WEAPONS WHEN PARENTS SEPARATE. FAMILY EXPERTS TELL lisa salmon HOW TO SHIELD THEM FROM THE STRESS OF A BITTER DIVORCE. 980
HS2 faces delay as costs spiral PS22bn. 456
I'm not sure you were as loyal to Newcastle as you make out, Shearer is told on Twitter after reacting to book. 487
Inn on the axe; So you wanna be a rock and roll star? Take a holiday in a guitar, says PAUL COLE. 520
It's been Fabulous - but Flournoy flies Eagles nest for NBA dream. 1017
Join the fight to stop Boris' coup. 128
Killer 'could not remember' murder. 224
late breaks; GREAT DEALS ON LAST-MINUTE HOLIDAYS. 240
Lazaar still baffled by Rafa decision. 283
Lindisfarne Festival organiser to appeal for 2020 funding. 511
Make a habit of keeping the kids active; DON'T LET SEPTEMBER PUT A STOP TO GOOD SUMMER ACTIVITIES, SAYS HANNAH BOWLER. 866
Massive rise in burglaries over summer; IN BRIEF. 108
McLaughlin has chance to put down marker - O'Neill. 314
More trees, please. 385
Morpeth see off rivals for FA Cup spot NON-LEAGUE. 369
NEWCASTLE EAGLES 83 TEAM USA SELECT 84. 379
No easy TASK. 270
Nominations sought for Autism Awards. 120
ON THIS DAY. 234
Outlook sunny at former beach club; plans unveiled for offices at former nightclub. 443
Paine admits Stokes threat troubles him. 326
PARADISE FOR THRILL-SEEKERS; KELLY WILLIAMS takes the kids on a holiday home break on Spain's Costa Dorada. 897
Payout won for scores of axed furniture firm staff; JUDGE RULES THAT THEY WEREN'T GIVEN ENOUGH NOTICE OF CLOSURES. 354
Perhaps it's time you took a look in the mirror, Michael; flop blames everyone but himself. 796
POEM OF THE DAY. 193
Protect our green spaces from housing; IN BRIEF. 220
Public praised for helping to arrest suspect; IN BRIEF. 149
Retreat in Frankie's name to welcome his little pal Kian; FAMILY GIVEN USE OF VILLA IN SPAIN IN MEMORY OF LITTLE HERO. Obituary 771
REUNITED; Send letters to: Reunited, The Chronicle, 2nd Floor, INTU Eldon Square, Eldon Court NE1 7JB. 129
Riding a wave of appreciation; MICK BURGESS REVIEWS SKUNK ANANSIE AT THE O2 ACADEMY, NEWCASTLE. 333
Root backs recalled Overton to thrive in heat of Ashes battle. 280
Ross striking a balance between home and loan; CATS DON'T WANT TO BE CAUGHT OUT. 505
School days down the years; NOSTALGIA @DaveSMorton Newcastle Chronicle - History Photosales - 0191 201 6000. 393
School uniform rush leads to traffic chaos; parents heading to shop caught up in gridlock. 1083
SOAP watch; YOUR GUIDE TO ALL THE DRAMA IN THE Square, on the cobbles and in the Dales. 213
Stabbed to death alone in his digs; legacy of tragic joe is greater safety for students. 1441
THE ASYLUM SEEKERS WHOSE AGE IS CALLED INTO QUESTION. 546
The top and bottom of it. 233
they said what? 367
Traffic & travel update. 278
Vindolanda's got the winning touch. 646
We have Crate expectations; incubator complex is approved with hopes for 600 jobs. 763
We may not have a white Christmas - but there will still be toboggan rides; christmas market plan revealed. 646
We've all been on a summer holiday - no more worries now we're home again; Richard IRVINE DOUBLE TROUBLE FOR A FIRST-TIME DAD OF TWINS "Where's to my dad. "With back from pool. "Right, seen Emma despite felt she after two A few to the villa and with only "where's "With replied. "We've. 433
Young Mags dig deep but Silkmen are too strong; MACCLESFIELD 2 NEWCASTLE UTD U21 1. 734

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