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Articles from Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England) (January 24, 2020)

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A left-back is the priority for Bruce, not another striker. 242
A week in our lives in 1960; NOSTALGIA. 764
ALSO SHOWING. 414
Arrests after beach huts set on fire; in brief. 137
Autism centre to provide support for the duration of the lives of its users; service offers occupational therapy, mental health expertise and peer interaction for all ages. HANNAH GRAHAM Reporter hannah.graham@reachplc.com @HannahGraham21 854
Beautiful animals looking to be rehomed. 503
BEST OF THE REST. 282
BETVICTOR LEAGUES. MARK CARRUTHERS 150
Bus bosses, take note of fixtures. 159
Chess WITH THE KNIGHT. 465
Cinema listings. 3845
Classy Lord can rule over Lingfield rivals. 322
COPPER LOAD OF THAT... 510
Coronavirus to hit 'many UK cities'. 434
Corrections & complaints. Correction notice 193
Crash lorry driver is found guilty of causing death of man, 24, in A19 horror; car slammed into back of hgv after sudden brake. ROB KENNEDY Reporter rob.kennedy@reachplc.com @ChronicleCourt 1035
Cup glory not an impossible dream; UNITED MUST TAKE CHANCE TO PROGRESS. JOHNGIBSON 848
Dawson delight after battling Gibson breaks into first team; left-back in frame following illness. MARK CARRUTHERS 426
Drugs found in home raid. 139
Eagles right down to the bare bones; INJURY WORRIES AHEAD OF TROPHY CLASH. SIMON RUSHWORTH 585
EBAC NORTHERN LEAGUE. MARK CARRUTHERS 298
Ell of blow as Embleton ruled out again by injury. 195
Fire authority to appeal for higher level of funding; current system is ridiculous, says body's vice-chair. CHRIS BINDING Local Democracy Reporter .news@ncjmedia.co.uk @ChronicleLive 639
Force criticised over toilet CCTV; but staff praised for respect and empathy. SOPHIE DOUGHTY Crime Reporter sophie.doughty@reachplc.com 596
Girls' league kicks off with three teams at top; schools football. 163
Hayden gets a taste of Cup that cheers; PS1 tickets for Oxford clash. CHRIS KNIGHT Football writer chris.knight@reachplc.com @C_M_Knight 839
How our dream home became a nightmare that would not end; couple who bought new house forced to deal with a catalogue of problems. KIERAN MURRAY Reporter kieran.murray@reachplc.com @ReporterKie 994
I feared I had been put in the 'has-been' box so far as a comedy career was concerned... Comedian Kojo Anim tells MARION MCMULLEN how his life has transformed since Simon Cowell pressed the golden buzzer for him on Britain's Got Talent. MARION MCMULLEN Travel narrative 936
I feel like I'm running out of time, but I'll keep looking for Allan's killer as long as I'm breathing; SEARCH FOR ANSWERS 50 YEARS AFTER MURDER. SOPHIE DOUGHTY Crime reporter sophie.doughty@trinitymirror.com @Sophie_Doughty 950
I'm ready to make a splash in Tokyo 2020. LIAM HEATH Team GB canoeist and gold medallist 385
I'm terrified of him, says dad of jailed knifeman. KATHRYN RIDDELL Reporter kathryn.riddell@reachplc.com @KathrynRiddell 414
Iputonahappy face but I hated myself - now I'm different person; INSPIRED TO LOSE WEIGHT TO FIT IN A PLANE SEAT, LESLEY SHED 5 STONES. LISA HUTCHINSON Reporter lisa.hutchinson@trinitymirror.com @LisaChron 917
It's so much more than sex and yoga. 180
Jean-Luc who's back... PICK OF THE DAY star trek: picardAmazon Prime Video. today's tv With Sara Wallis 294
Keating joins life on the Gateshead rollercoaster; VANARAMA NORTH. JEFF BOWRON 289
Labour could take a stance on the union. 170
Lady Cats are four-midable opponents; women's football. 195
Leaders at largest Holocaust event; poland boycotts global event. 231
Magpies Nabbed a star in Schalke star Bentaleb. SEAN MCCORMICK Football writer sean.mccormick@reachplc.com 950
Man who had drug farm in loft avoids jail; plants with a value of PS30,000 found at his home. ALEX MCINTYRE Reporter alex.mcintryre@reachplc.com @ChronicleCourt 404
Medical for Austrian ace today. 371
Metro bosses 'on track' with new train fleet; NEWS OF WINNERS OF THE CONTRACT EXPECTED SOON. JAMES HARRISON 355
Milk Carton Kids are so full of goodness. ROOTS WITH ALAN NICHOL 932
Mission to grow borough tree numbers; IN BRIEF. 240
Mumba will not be going out on loan. 379
New charges could cripple businesses. 141
New prison scanners aim to stop the flow of drugs and illicit items. 251
No End of joy for Whitfield on her return; women's football. 331
ON THIS DAY. 342
Parents pay tribute to daughter 'neglected' in hospital. KATIE COLLINGS Reporter katie.collings@trinitymirror.com @KCOLLINGSNEWS 1030
Parky: Cats out of Boyce sweepstakes. JAMES HUNTER Sunderland writer james.hunter@reachplc.com @JHUNTERCHRON 541
Partnership is real Win bonus for city college; rugby union. SIMON RUSHWORTH 559
PAW PATROL: READY, RACE, RESCUE (U). 215
PET WATCH. ASK THE VET With Rory Thomson 308
Plans for flats with riverside views are unveiled; 500 homes would be built if scheme is approved. COREENA FORD Business writer coreena.ford@reachplc.com @Scoopford 514
POEM OF THE DAY; Our Angel Friends. 108
Police keen to locate this man. 105
Pritchard hits target on her England debut; schools football. 385
READY TO BLAZER COLOURFUL TRAIL ACROSS ASIA; As former politician Michael Portillo sets off on another railway adventure, he tells GEMMA DUNN why he's more than happy to be on this side of the tracks. GEMMA DUNN 567
Remember that you voted for this Brexit. 109
Riding the crest of Waves; GEORGIA HUMPHREYS CHATS TO WAVES WRITERDIRECTOR TREY EDWARD SHULTS, PLUS SOME OF HIS CAST, TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE EMOTIONAL DRAMA. GEORGIA HUMPHREYS 1130
Rose could bloom on Tyneside. CHRIS KNIGHT 322
School bus goes up in flames on the way to collect children. 172
SHOW BUZZ; ALL THE LATEST FROM THE WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT. 294
Sixteenth victory in a row is Nott a given - Richards; RUGBY UNION. 731
SOAP watch; Your guide to all the drama in the Square, on the cobbles and in the Dales. 282
SOUND JUDGEMENT; THE LATEST ALBUM RELEASES RATED AND REVIEWED. 320
Spartans eager to show there is life after star man Roberts. JEFF BOWRON 219
Stirk-crazy over steakhouse; STIRKS STAKEHOUSE BAR & Grill at The Broadway. BETHANY WHITE 853
Suspected thieves chased down by officers. 198
Tigers could sell United target if talks over new deal fail. 221
Traffic & travel. UPDATE. 201
Volunteers who are wall in it together; UNI THANKS TEAM PROTECTING LANDMARK. TONY HENDERSON Reporter @Hendrover 515
We created magic in a garage a long time ago; The Doors drummer John Densmore tells MARION MCMULLEN about revisiting the legendary rock band's music for one night only. MARION MCMULLEN 930
We find people help each other when they find thier community spirit; Pantry set up to support struggling families. KALI LINDSAY Reporter kali.lindsay@reachplc.com @KALIALINDSAY 875
We won't run out of support for you. 667
your local chemists. 291

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