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Articles from Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England) (April 23, 2018)

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Title Author Type Words
A display of spirit and steel. 950
A PS1m sale to whet the appetite? 383
An eruption of long names for illnesses. 429
Baby gear fit for your prince or princess; As the nation waits for a royal baby announcement we've trawled the aisles for ways to make sure your new arrival has everything they need without paying a king's ransom. 436
Bears slip to bottom of their group. 484
Centre is to close as it is not viable. 511
Chinese and music plan for restaurant. 224
Don't fall foul of scammers' phishing trips; IN ASSOCIATION WITH. 331
Drivers who park in disabled bays without blue badges could be prosecuted under tough new policy; Stockton Council has approved the tough new rules after a review. 462
Drug crime nurse taken off register. 510
Duo jailed for plot to fleece lotto winner. 1155
Durham start season in defeat. 412
Empire serves up jobs. 116
Facing penalty for fraudulent use of bays. 466
Fatigue fears as fixtures pile up. 971
Five-a-day will keep your pension healthy; New regulations should make retirement more comfortable for us all. VICKY SHAW finds out what we need to know. 761
Garden centre blaze cause still a mystery. 253
Getting up close and personal with Camilla; PICK OF THE DAY the real camilla: hrh the duchess of cornwall ITV, 9pm. 274
Graduate tax is needed. 761
Here come the brides; And the royal bride wore... MARION MCMULLEN looks at wedding dresses fit for a princess as preparations gather pace for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's big day. 882
How Peter is making a difference to kids. 256
Hunt's warning to social media firms. 462
Imagine living in this cottage. 234
It's a fine turnout for duathlon. 209
Lion-hearted performance. 1347
Man behind bars after stealing cases. 155
Middlesbrough man dies following road crash in Italy, authorities confirm; Tom Haycock, 29, died at the weekend :: The Foreign Office informed Cleveland Police. 169
Museum to re-open after roof collapse; IN BRIEF. 150
My Traore 'conundrum' rams boss on his tactical test and 'very, very poor' refereeing. 822
No-shows costing foodies' livelihoods. 509
Nurse struck off after unlawfully giving patient drug once used in USA executions; Judith Peacock gave a hospice patient the sedative Midazolam when she had no authorisation to do so. 492
O'Sullivan kick-starts his bid for world title. 488
Pause before you click on that perfect deal; MONEY FACT. 152
Planning a holiday? Then you should take our advice; JAMES WALKER CONSUMER RIGHTS CHAMPION. 544
Police raid on house yields weapon stash. 146
Postcode lottery sees kids in Stockton waiting YEARS for autism assessment - MP wants to know why; Dr Paul Williams MP said that Stockton children can wait for almost FOUR YEARS for an assessment, when those in Middlesbrough wait months. Disease/Disorder overview 555
Poyle for Ponte prize. 428
Price hikes mean it's time to switch and save. 599
Reds chasing Euro final spot; Sport on the box. 512
Sir Mo beats the heat to set record. 183
SOAP WATCH; Your guide to all the drama in the Square, on the cobbles and in the Dales. 281
Stars stand out in great team display. 511
Stereophonics announce Scarborough Open Air Theatre date - and there's a way to get tickets before anyone else; Stereophonics join a 'sensational' 2018 line-up at Scarborough OAT. 308
Stock up on stottie. 385
TEACHERS' TIMETABLES; Long hours spent teaching with little time free to mark work could be leaving some teachers struggling to cope. 438
Tees MP blasted over expenses. 404
Tees Valley's innovative spirit to be showcased at one-day conference next month; The event on May 22 will bring together local businesses, investors, researchers and experts to inspire new ideas, solutions and collaborations. Conference news 680
Teesside's views - one year to Brexit. 525
Temporary traffic lights and paths closed as work begins on Stockton crematorium; Stockton Council is building the crematorium on the old Blakeston School playing fields. 279
the circle line. 198
There was so much to like. 1314
Tragic DJ's visit to Tees. 358
Traore 'tactic' is to let him enjoy himself. 443
Trio arrested after police pursue cars. 148
Trio of Leeds United fans banned for three years each after trouble at Middlesbrough game; Peter Blake, Christopher McVeigh and Connor Maguire all admitted offences connected to the March 2 fixture. 446
When you need to think about voting; IN BRIEF. 175
Where Steven Willis murder investigation stands almost a week on from man's death in Normanby; Seven men have been arrested so far, and five have appeared in court :: The 27-year-old died after an incident last Monday in Normanby. 336
Woman in court after dog bit boy. 336
Woman sentenced after dog attacked paperboy and left him needing five stitches from bite to leg; Louise Relph, 35, appeared at Teesside Magistrates' Court where she pleaded guilty to being in charge of a dangerous dog. 337
Yarmouth braced for domination. 471
Yorkshire enjoy dominant day. 903
YOUR VIEW; Joe Michna, manager of Citizens Advice, Hartlepool on itemised pay statements. 342

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