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Articles from Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England) (November 2, 2013)

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A celebration of Nigerian culture brought to life. 338
A parochial view of Teesside; FEEDBACK. 123
Acklam proving to be a very capable outfit; JUNIOR RUGBY. 563
Alarm bell rings for striker's opponents; TEESSIDE JUNIOR FOOTBALL ALLIANCE. 509
Awards joy for Unicorn Centre; EQUESTRIAN. 396
Awayday joy for Redcar. 230
Barry Blakey rounds up the local bowls results. 128
Battlefields 70th tour. 217
Best of the zest; If there''s one colour with the power to bring life and warmth to a room, it''s orange. GABRIELLE FAGAN picks the sweetest shades and juicy buys for the home. 433
Big-scoring Boro rack up three wins; ROLLER HOCKEY. 295
Billingham Stars told it's vital to take full points in clash with Sutton Sting; ICE HOCKEY. 485
BITZ; Video Gaming. 322
Burglary shakes beauty worker. 182
Carol rakes the best of it; As you are tidying up this year's huge blanket of leaves, take a peek at how plants in the beds underneath them can be improved. 1064
Carp oblige to stretch Browning Quaker's lead; THE REEL THING Angling news with Andrew Wilkinson COARSE ANGLING. 469
Chiefs issue fires warning. 398
CLUB MEETINGS. 132
CLUB REPORTS. 476
Coast with the most; Glitz, glamour and even dose of gore are among the sights to greet PETER WOODMAN on his driving tour of America's west coast. 1239
Cod and whiting feature as winter draws in; SEA SCENE. 234
COMMUNITY CALENDAR. Calendar 618
Corrections & clarifications. Correction notice 143
diydonny. 270
Dolphins make a splash; SWIMMING. 202
Dressing up to the Nineties is a no-no. 590
Drink with a warm kick. 421
Errington Primary School, Marske. 118
Ex-cop made suicide bid twice after rape arrest. 1308
Firework display benefits all; FEEDBACK. 278
Footy club backed by vets. 196
Forecast is looking bright for Cloudy; RACING PREVIEW. 569
Go-ahead for free school; FEEDBACK. 115
Helping pick PS10k winners. 147
How do we top playing at the Olympics? She first found fame as Baby Spice, but now popstar-turned-DJ Emma Bunton is fighting against maternal and newborn tetanus. She talks about the campaign, being a working mother, and whether there''s any chance of another Spice Girls reunion. 680
How Midgets became the giants of schools league. 469
HOW TO BE ONE OF OUR PEOPLE. 117
Humble pie gets the Hollywood touch; Not content with inspiring the nation to go barmy for bread and crazy for cakes, master baker Paul Hollywood is hoping to reignite our appetite for those traditional British staples of pies and puddings, as ANDY WELCH discovers. 1617
I'm a lot softer than I allow people to ever think; Once branded a marriage wrecker, Amanda Holden has emerged as the sympathetic, fun-loving judge on Britain's Got Talent. She tells HANNAH STEPHENSON how she's finally managed to put years of heartache and trauma behind her. 835
Investing in white elephants; FEEDBACK. 392
Jailed for PS17k drugs farm. 213
James is bringing his new album home. 231
late breaks. 219
Latest series wrapped up; DIARY. 332
latest titles. 344
Legend's signed shirt set to raise PS1.5k. 427
Les tempts 24 trout at Lockwood; TROUT TOPICS. 413
Lions' pride at getting a call-up for Scottish tour; RUGBY UNION. 407
Make no bones about it... Kei's a real joker! 648
Mark's reaching for the stars showing off Spanish flair. 372
Marton battle to hold leaders. 128
MasterMinds. 428
Middlesbrough Live at Home Scheme. 283
Mohawks hoping for the rebound against Leopards; BASKETBALL. 228
MOSAIC to our ears... Shake it up a little in the kitchen and add some sophistication and lots of personality. Choosing the right colour for your paint job is all-important and grey or white mosaic tiles can do the trick. Add under-cabinet lighting, relocate the cooker and lay vinyl flooring to get the perfect style recipe. 559
Musical protest against cuts. 113
Musical spirits high with kids. 107
Nippers Playgroup is giving adults a boost. 331
Ofsted praise'good'nursery but there's still scope for improvement. 110
ON THE UP DOWN. 196
ONLINE VIEWS. 201
Ormesby C take the honours, but Hub make them battle. 150
Payments to celebrities; FEEDBACK. 101
PEOPLE. 372
PLANNING APPLICATIONS. 193
PRODUCT OF THE WEEK. 191
PS1k gift puts a spring in kids' step. 282
Public asked to vote on Middlehaven park plans. 450
Putting on the Ritz; RICHARD MCCOMB lives like a king, for a night at least, at one of London's most iconic hotels. 847
Quartet set hot pace at the top; TABLE TENNIS. 267
Rainy day guarantee. 231
Rangers and Kader keep it tight. 139
Ready for Bathtime; Why do all the driving? MIKE LOCKLEY takes a coach holiday in Somerset. 854
Redcar edge tight match. 119
SAM Watts, manager of Sainsburys [...]. 197
Shopping centre's giant support for appeal. 163
Slug it out with the slimy pests; in the wild. 512
Smartphone s; Fancy covers and cases are no longer enough to make your mass-produced handset stand out. If you really want to make a smartphone statement, you need to pair it up with an accessory, says PETERJENKINSON GADGETS & games. 270
Stables open for fireworks display; Family hope to raise PS2,500 for ward. 408
Steve Gibson's not a man likely to rush into appoint a manager; Steve Gibson's search for a new manager will enter a third week on Monday. But, in a special Gazette feature, PHILIP TALLENTIRE reveals that the Boro's chairman avoids rushing into making a managerial appointment. 1092
Stockton held in opening cup clash; SCHOOLS FOOTBALL. 177
Strike action crews tackle 15 fires. 219
Teenager is locked up for lookout role in burglary. 427
Tees boss Jason savours his night with the stars. 549
Teesside Junior Alliance results, tables & reports. Financial report 265
TEESSIDE QUIZ. 461
TEESSIDE TRIVIA. 378
TEN YEARS AG0... 226
THANK YOU OF THE WEEK. 118
The secret addiction; Abuse of over-the-counter drugs is rife. Could you be at risk of this 'respectable' dependency? JENNY ELLIS talks to the experts to find out more. 741
Thug bit off man's ear in grisly attack. 392
Tickets on sale for Leeds clash. 163
Time to take the high road. 243
TJFA Under 13s, Division 2 [...]. 139
TJFA Under-11 Dormanstown 5 Saltburn [...]. 185
TO DO LIST. 362
Unbeaten trio set the pace in cup; POOL. 312
Uncertain future for seven pubs on Teesside. 379
Under 12 Girls Stockton Town [...]. 138
Used books hit the shelves. 249
Waiting for the bus to leave; FEEDBACK. 171
We are feeling so festive already; YOUR VIEW A chance for local charities, voluntary organisations and advice groups to reach our readers TODAY: Matt Simpson, chief executive of Daisy Chain, Norton. 313
WE SAY. 245
WEDDING OF THE WEEK. 301
Woman sued council over sun exposure. 565
WOODY: WE MUST RAISE OUR GAME. 518
Workies tighten grip on top spot; GAMES LEAGUE. 190
You're smarter for 10. 756
Your events. 139

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