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Articles from Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England) (August 6, 2015)

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'Bad blood' led to two crashes; Stolen car driver who caused them is sent to prison. 394
'I've come to the Championship, but I don't want to stay here'. 621
A journey we shouldn't take. 133
Academy start their new season in style. 438
Aimee still upbeat despite being pipped for semi-finals; swimming. 305
Amazing property in a stunning rural setting. 507
Baptiste's Rovers return in bid to aid his recovery; FOOTBALL. 319
Bargain 10p bus fares for children. 131
Bells ring out for WI centenary. 120
BEST OF THE BOX. 301
BILLINGHAM SYNTHONIA. 846
Boro and their League rivals? 1523
Boy, 13, robbed of his bike. 137
Burglars make off with car. 116
Camping by the A66. 141
Candy Crushing the opposition. 236
Car and goods stolen during two burglaries. 125
Chance opportunity led to new business development. 559
COMMUNITY CALENDAR. Calendar 576
cook with the kids. 173
COURT IN BRIEF. 457
Dad's PS400 fine for leaving his wheelie bin out. 500
Deserving better. 423
Dilapidated pub demolished for new Aldi store. 443
Even wildlife in the park wasn't safe from the yobs; WHEN Middlesbrough welcomed Newcastle United in the early 1980s, residents were forced out of their homes due to soccer yobs rampaging through the streets. Crime Reporter SOPHIE BARLEY revisits 1983 when Boro fans had two violent clashes with the Geordies. 505
Ex walks free after breaching an order. 184
Fabulous feet in a flash; With sandal season well and truly upon us, it's time to get those tootsies in tip-top condition. KATIE WRIGHT reveals the tips and tools for an at-home pedi. 783
Favourites to go up? That's not a problem for me. 877
Gale steps down as limited overs skipper; YORKS CRICKET. 292
Gardening Gang's efforts are blooming. 253
Gary's on board for bike ride. 244
GAZETTE PEOPLE; YOUR PICTURES. 167
Glory days of traditional markets held in our towns. 395
Gray fends off suitors to guide Quakers. 332
Help-to-buy success. 287
It's all about promotion this season. 502
It's Halo heaven; By CHERYL MULLIN Games reviewer HALO WARS 2 / HALO 5: GUARDIANS PREVIEW (XBOX ONE, XBOX 360, PC). 345
Joker and pals' bike challenge. 364
Josh 'brings tear' to Cowell's eye with Tom tribute. 429
Lingfield Farm, Coulby Newham. 233
looking to the left. 578
Lottery cash bid to boost town's 'Historic Quarter'. 483
Man denies sex act in front of youngster in park. 324
Milkshake song was just a joke; Holly on THAT video and why she sometimes thinks of leaving TV's Geordie Shore. 429
Murder police renew call for information. 353
NCS youth group in charity fundraiser. 128
New pub set to welcome 'home' fans. 415
No.10 is left open for Stuani The Gazette. 189
Nurses jet off to help pets. 164
Our Millie's a fighter and we want to say thank you to everyone. 646
Police appeal after 30 iPads taken from school. 113
Pools look to build on the great escape. 274
PS141m boost for business. 295
Real firepower is still main issue. 540
RHODES PRICE GOES UP! Owners want more for Rhodes says manager. 479
SEARCH FOR SOME VERY HUNGRY CATERPILLARS. 141
Setback for Vikings as they are trounced by Somerset; YORKS CRICKET. 320
So what are the prospects for; BIRMINGHAM CITY (by Brian Dick, Birmingham Mail). 1510
Store plans for derelict factory. 348
Summers is aiming for a happy return to Redcar; SPEEDWAY Aaron Summers (left) and Richard Lawson have both been a huge success at Glasgow since switching from Redcar Bears. 543
Tata boss: 'Act over industrial challenges'. 199
Team GB is raring to go despite drug allegations; ATHLETICS. 270
Teens arrested in seaside shelter arson probe. 414
Tees teams challenge for the title. 892
Time to take the road together? 920
Tomlin had faults but he added a touch of magic. 734
tried & tested. 208
Trust in the great outdoors for fun; The National Trust has hundreds of properties all over the country, offering plenty of summer activities for families. Why not try archery, kayaking or even prambling? 432
Turn bedroom into a film star boudoir. 513
Water fantastic idea! 371
We don't want to mess about in the play-offs, says Ben. 367
WE SAY. 233
We're keeping our kids warns Gareth. 375
Wood looks set to get the nod for vital fourth Test; ASHES CRICKET. 471
World's largest offshore wind project a step closer. 334
Youngsters enjoy the fun fair at school. 164
YOUR CHARITY with Ian Davison, locality manager. 275
YOUR FITNESS with Rachael Chance. 487
YOUR GAZETTE with Kathryn Luczakiewicz. 318
YOUR RECIPE with Claire Church, from Remember Me Tea Rooms. Recipe 202
Your tokens can help our players improve their game. 369

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