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Articles from Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England) (June 25, 2021)

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Title Author Type Words
'It's great to celebrate at last'. 344
'We left Syria so we could be safe' NIGHTMARE FOR FAMILY AS THEY ARE SUBJECTED TO ABUSE. SONIA SHARMA Reporter sonia.sharma@reachplc.com 602
600 million Covid-19 tests may be unused. 504
Angry parents tell council: the ball's in your court. 218
Bickering Tories like kids in a playground. 209
Britney demands end to conservatorship to have kids. 297
Catalogue of cruelty to toddler; judge jails woman for 'horrific' harm to boy. ROB KENNEDY Court Reporter rob.kennedy@reachplc.com 372
Choir still in fine voice 70 years on from win. 329
Collecting important memories. 294
Councillors to consider boundary changes. 176
Curtain falls for p or popular music hall. 484
Demolition day for fire-hit church. HERBERT SODEN Reporter hernert.soden@reachplc.com @HerbertSoden88 283
Drink driver ran red light in city centre. 331
Dumigham wants improvement after worst display of season; NORTHUMBERLAND AND TYNESIDE LEAGUE. 256
Earmarked for jail following burglary; print left on window brings raider to justice. ROB KENNEDY Court reporter rob.kennedy@reachplc.com 724
electrics on test. 199
Escape to a rural retreat in the rolling hills of County Durham; Holiday Homes FOR SALE TO SUIT ALL BUDGET. 584
Filming made me think about my own mortality; STANLEY TUCCI TELLS LAURA HARDING ABOUT SWAPPING ROLES WITH COLIN FIRTH AND HIS THOUGHT-PROVOKING NEW FILM SUPERNOVA. LAURA HARDING 1068
Flag-waving alone is not the answer. 290
Gently does it is the attitude of most on easing; MAJORITY DON'T WANT TO RUSH BACK INTO BUSY LIVES. IAN JOHNSON Reporter @IanJohnsonChron 737
Government is 'working' with council on bridge; two bids for funding are being weighed up, mp is told by minister. JONATHAN WALKER Political Editor jon.walker@reachplc.com 407
Greggs rolls out new branch at train station. 182
Hammers and Villans leaving United behind; early toon opponents are making strides on transfers - while the magpies stand still. JOHNGIBSON 894
How to say 'I do' safely; RESTRICTIONS ARE EASING, BUT IT'S STILL IMPORTANT TO MAKE SURE YOUR BIG LIFE CELEBRATIONS ARE COVID SECURE. HERE'S HOW TO DO IT. 961
It's only flock 'n' roll... MARION MCMULLEN finds out why singer-songwriter Colin Macleod is happy to go from lambing on a remote island to touring with music legends. MARION MCMULLEN 792
It's vital that Cats get off to a flying start; END-OF SEASON'S DISAPPOINTMENT WILL STILL BE FRESH. JAMES HUNTER Sunderland writer james.hunter@reachplc.com @JHUNTERCHRON 974
Jack hoping to be the lad for Whitburn; DUKES NEPL PREM DIVISION. 342
Leaders in positive mood but facing tough test against Blaydon; NEPL DIV ONE. 254
Level-headed Dubravka will take the aftermath h of so-called howler in his stride with the support of teammates. 493
Man who used car as weapon dodges prison. ROB KENNEDY Court reporter rob.kennedy@reachplc.com 450
Man's punch floored his female victim. ROB KENNEDY Reporter rob.kennedy@reachplc.com 255
Many feared dead in Miami flats collapse. 482
Middle of the road... LATEST FAST & FURIOUS FLICK FAILS TO HIT TOP GEAR DESPITE BOLDLY GOING WHERE THEY'VE NEVER GONE BEFORE. 323
Mind games galore... This week, Derren Brown offers a boot camp for the brain, there's sci-fi drama with Glow's Betty Gilpin, and conversations around menopause. LAURA DAVIS Podcasts Editor 434
New wheels for family picnic fun. 602
Next month to see reopening of city cinema. KATIE DICKINSON Reporter katie.dickinson@reachplc.com @KATIEJDICKINSON 491
NORMAL SERVICE IS RESUMED; Wimbledon is back on the sporting calendar. MARION MCMULLEN looks at the state of play. MARION MCMULLEN 486
Northumberland bid for second national title. 378
ON THIS DAY. 279
People aged under 24 drive increase in infection rate. 318
Performance space proposal for former warehouse space. 306
Phillips not sure of his Reds future. 319
Remembering Glastonbury - minus the mud. SARA WALLIS Tonight's TV 277
RUSSELL GRANT. RUSSELL GRANT 1187
Saints' reject Lemina is on United's radar. 310
So what Will future hold for young Joe? CHRIS KNIGHT Football writer chris.knight@reachplc.com @C_M_Knight 561
SOAP WATCH. 226
Starlet Crawshaw is set to give it a Blast. 298
Start your career here - Register for one of the region's biggest apprenticeship events; A VIRTUAL CAREERS EVENT IS TAKING PLACE NEXT WEEK TO HELP THOSE LOOKING FOR An Apprenticeship in NORTHUMBERLAN. 570
Stop this rail plan in its tracks; MAYOR SAYS NORTHERN CITIES WILL BE LESS WELL CONNECTED. DANIEL HOLLAND Local Democracy Reporter daniel.holland@reachplc.com 587
Sudoku. 625
SUPERNOVA (15). 159
The uncomfortable Kluivert truth Toon supporters were not meant to know. CIARAN KELLY Newcastle United writer ciaran.kelly02@reachplc.com 1019
These kids don't have superpowers, but they're going to save the world; The Mysterious Benedict Society follows a group of orphans placed undercover at a boarding school. GEORGIA HUMPHREYS hears more from one of the stars, Tony Hale. GEORGIA HUMPHREYS 633
Time to get men talking. 240
vauxhall's grand ideas. 287
Zeyaadah can Hop to it at Newcastle. 472

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