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Articles from Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England) (June 3, 2017)

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# TRENDING. 415
'Bong' seized from drunk teens in park; IN BRIEF. 160
Appeal after store's charity box stolen. 213
Are the Bartons going to pot? 914
BEST OF DEFENCE v BEST OF ATTACK; CHAMPIONS LEAGUE FINAL TONIGHT, CARDIFF, 7.45 Chilled-out Chiellini can lead Italians to glory by shutting out Ronaldo and his star-studded mates. 694
BOOK IT. 130
BOOKIES' VIEW [...]. 325
BOOKIES' VIEW. 309
Boro 'may be answer to Monk's prayers'. 705
Boro's dial-a-friend answer to their midfield dilemma. 1289
Candidate defends debate no-show. 355
Cannabis farms found in neighbouring homes; vietnamese 'gardener' admits producing drug, while second man faces charge. 390
Clash of cultures in the classroom; Ackley Bridge depicts the challenges faced when two schools - one mainly white, one mainly Asian - merge. JEANANNE CRAIG meets the cast and crew to find out what's in store, from playground fights to marital strife. 905
Club is punching above its weight. 498
Coad blooms as Red Roses wilt in the rain. 403
Contenders for a once 'safe' seat. 1733
David's movie foods plan gets star billing. 364
Did you see how young girl suffered broken leg? IN BRIEF. 149
Dimitrij was too good on the day says Drinkhall. 413
DOUBLE HANDFUL; 10 DAILY MIRROR SATURDAY 03.06.2017 In association with Five more fun horse racing facts you never wanted to know. John Shaw's racing betting column in association with. Column 619
Dragon flies in for sci-fi show. 445
England place could help Boro fight says Fry. 521
Football fan accused of disorder in court. 145
Get a slice of job action as sandwich chain opens outlet. 274
Get creative for chance to colour a coach; IN BRIEF. 139
Glens look good bet to complete glorious junior double. 292
Jailed after kicking 'wet floor' sign. 466
Justice at last for victim of 1930s murder? CRIME WRITER DIANE JANES ON HER DETERMINATION TO FIND A KILLER. 1172
Justin Toper YOUR HOROSCOPE WITH. 1054
LATEST TITLES. 300
Layout treat for model railway buffs; IN BRIEF. 137
LINE OF THE WEEK. 129
Man broke in through roofs. 396
MASTERMINDS. 563
Mel is in the mood for a blooming great tea party; TV favourite Mel Giedroyc is urging people to hold a Blooming Great Tea Party in aid of Marie Curie this summer. Recipe 1407
Melanie's delighted to be a big loser. 614
MUST-SEE SHOWS. 628
Mysteries of those blue lagoons on our doorstep. 933
news from the fashion world; Fashion focus. 291
No-one has been in touch about job - Giggs. 312
ON THE RADAR. 245
ON THIS DAY june 03. 403
Park 'fight' probe four girls were fighting in the Albert By IAN JOHNSON. 380
Plans go in for student flats; 'VILLAGE' COULD BRING PS660k BOOST. 387
Police force leading way on tackling internet child abuse offences. 578
Price Harry would be the Ultimate Big Brother Guest; Big Brother is back with a very British theme. MARION MCMULLEN asks presenters Emma Willis and Rylan Clark-Neal about politics, the royals and what makes a great BB housemate. 891
Probe after worker falls at town hall. 194
PRODUCT OF THE WEEK. 109
PS237k drugs haul from cannabis farm. 272
PS500,000 makeover for Cook's museum and cafe To log. 399
RAISE A GLASS. 527
Relax and soak up the beautiful views; adrian hogg AND HIS WIFE WENT ON A WEEKEND SPA BREAK TO WINDERMERE IN THE LAKE DISTRICT. 911
RENOVATION GAME; If you own a listed building, home improvements aren't as simple as they may otherwise be, so it's essential to play by the rules, says JULIA GRAY. 447
ST YLE files; THE LATEST FROM THE CATWALK, RED CARPET AND HIGH STREET. 203
Swing's Upand ready. 213
Takeaway shut after mouse droppings are found. 206
The app to end queueing! 409
THE BIG SHORTS; TIME TO GET YOUR LEGS OUT GUYS, EMMA JOHNSON TALKS YOU THROUGH THE ESSENTIAL STYLES. 132
THE ORIENT EXCESS; ALEX HIBBERT samples Hong Kong's glorious assault on the senses and enjoys the life of luxury at the opulent Kerry Hotel. 1084
The Shed opens its doors for drinks. 259
Theatre's PS300k asbestos bill; ...BUT COUNCIL SAYS REVAMP IS STILL ON TRACK. 393
There's definitely something about sea, sand and sun that makes things extra sexy; Get ready for the heatwave because the ultimate game of love is back. MARION MCMULLEN catches up with Caroline Flack as the 37-year-old prepares to introduce viewers to a fresh batch of sexy singletons in search of a summer filled with passion, romance and drama. 748
There's only one solution to Derby puzzle; Godolphin colt to leave 'em singing the blues; Custom Cut looks sharp for O'Meara. 765
They say... 126
Three-year ban for football hooligan. 423
Tigers fury at way crash halts meeting. 643
TRAVEL NEWS; LATEST TRAVEL ADVICE, OFFERS AND NEWS. 259
TV FILMS OF THE WEEK. 480
Valuable bike and gear taken in burglary; IN BRIEF. 110
Van falls from transporter onto the A19. 185
Van will help police deal with suspected material quickly. 484
WARDROBE MALFUNCTIONS. 315
WATCH IT. 136
We don't listen to the tour critics insists Jones. 401
Wickets tumble as Durham stage fightback. 158
Woakes is ruled out for remainder of Trophy. 310
YOUR VIEW; Today's column comes from Soroush Sadeghzadeh, manager of Middlesbrough Foodbank. Column 453
your weddings. 306
Zero hours - zero work, but not 'unemployed'. 965

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