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Articles from Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England) (January 26, 2018)

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'I found out from The Gazette'. 195
'More buses on the roads and reduced fares' councillors say franchising would be good for those who use public transport, but operators have a different view. 1060
'Sit tight and don't find a new supplier' advice to customers after energy firm collapses. 365
'The most potent Audi ever produced'. 605
'White van man' on a fitness drive. 448
12 STRONG (15) HH HHH Twelve[...]. 135
5 MINUTE BRIEFING. 341
5 THINGS TODDO; this weekend. 370
A very happy return for Bears pair. 536
Abusive apprentice spared jail. 396
Adama grows by the game. 1069
Alabama rot: Key things to look out for. 139
Author heads to Teesside. 120
Battling bus drivers cause quite a stir; A BRAWL between competing bus drivers, a mother raging over water works and an 'exciting prospect' - here's a glimpse at the news from this week in 1988. 476
BEST OF THE REST. 334
Big fun for all including the Little ones. 153
Blazed the one to follow. 501
BOOK OF THE WEEK. 141
Can you claim free childcare? Thousands more families can now claim tax-free childcare after the Government extended its Tax-Free Childcare scheme to children under nine. Gazette reporter KELLEY PRICE looked at the changes the Government has made. 496
Captain James not so pretty in pink. 473
Castle will be a House of Fun; MADNESS head to region on stately-home TOUR. 343
Children inspired by great designer. 278
Cleopatra's needle talk; IN BRIEF. 109
Corrections & clarifications. Correction notice 186
Could the 'wrong' email address mean you'll pay more? 403
Dakar race hat-trick for Peugeot. 288
Dane has a big decision to make on his future in next few days. 967
Dare to dream! 'Offered the choice of an FA Cup win or promotion, I'd take the silverware every time'. 932
Deadly dog disease claims a second life. 554
Defendant in court over drugs. 117
Delve into industrial heritage of Teesside; IN BRIEF. 102
DOWNSIZING (15) HHH HH QUIRKY [...]. 141
Extra resources to probe force conduct; investigation will focus on three key areas. 716
Festival shop to move - but not too far; IN BRIEF. 141
Flavourful fare, but a tad chilly to enjoy; THIS WEEK WE ARE AT jolsha IN norton. toni guillot GIVES HER VERDICT. 552
Football fan is given match ban. 437
George Ezra to play the great outdoors. 370
Halifax branch 'closed until further notice'. 183
How is your child's school performing? 410
I was drinking 10 bottles of wine a week; Blogger and author Clare Pooley talks to HANNAH STEPHENSON about finally accepting that her reliance on 'Wine O'Clock' was a problem - and why she's so much happier and healthier for it. 1303
I would fight to the death to make sure some of my early comedy tapes never see the light of day; Lucy Porter tells MARION MCMULLEN why her Mary Berry punch bag was a step too far. 865
It's smelly, physical work being a voice-over actor! Eddie Redmayne's Oscar did not mean it was any less terrifying joining the voice cast of Aardman Animations' Early Man. He tells LAURA HARDING about embarrassment and how Thomas The Tank Engine gave unexpected inspiration ON THE SCREEN BIG. 961
Jennings offers Kia event deals. 403
Long delays on A19 after two-car crash; IN BRIEF. 104
Maze Runner: The [...]. 283
Middlesbrough v Brighton; at riverside stadium tomorrow (3pm kick-off). 1156
Minerals plant could bring hundreds of jobs By DAVE ROBSON. 302
Mysterious visitor gives Jackie a PS5k shock. 344
NHS dental practices: your questions answered. 437
No whining over this drop of the good stuff; PICK OF THE DAY the wine show Channel 5, 7pm. 277
ON THE RADAR. 302
Pair accused of having thousands of pounds illegally. 223
Parking rage rules in UK! 230
PS6.5m hotel opens its doors. 328
Redmayne joins the good and great at Madame Tussauds. 263
REVIEWS. 395
Roofing firm holds talks for 90 jobs. 511
Safety first: Youngsters take trophy. 162
Scarborough fair game for Boro. 407
Scenic views of villages; this week bob woodhouse takes us around egglescliffe and eaglescliffe. 712
Scrap the schemes and save some council tax. 1213
Shaun Wilson looks at previous matches between Boro and Brighton; STAT ATTACK. 246
SHOW BUZZ; ALL THE LATEST FROM THE WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT. 181
Sky-high hopes for Wakanda. 470
SOAP WATCH; Your guide to all the drama in the Square, on the cobbles and in the Dales. 193
SOUND JUDGEMENT; THE LATEST ALBUM RELEASES RATED AND REVIEWED. Concert review 329
THE RISE OF THE SCAMMERS; HOW FRAUD OFFENCES IN ENGLAND AND WALES ARE AT A RECORD HIGH. 473
They say... 112
Three points or more? It's time to get in touch. 471
TOP TENS. 137
UK and US are 'joined at the hip'. 476
View from the opposition camp. 319
WATCH AT HOME three to see; Missed it at the cinema or on TV? We round up the best streaming and DVD releases of the week. 278
We just want to get back on the pitch: Jarrett. 823
We need to call time on rising crime; MEETING CALLED TO COMBAT PROBLEMS. 690
We're a five-piece now... it feels like we're a new band; Franz Ferdinand bassist Bob Hardy tells JOE NERSSESSIAN about the departure of guitarist Nick McCarthy, their upcoming album and a desire to tour with their new line-up. 890
We're more than a bit keen on crypto-currency. 670
WHY I WENT BACK ON DEATH ROW; Sir Trevor McDonald returns to Indiana State Prison to meet the inmates of the maximum security facility. GEORGIA HUMPHREYS hears about his eye-opening experience ON THE SCREEN SMALL shouting getting getting another years, them be how of the. 595
Will Britney try a lemon top? 264
Winfrey rules out US presidency campaign; 'I DON'T HAVE THE DNA FOR IT'. 209
Woman pleads guilty to assault on pub landlord. 341
WORLD IN STOP-MOTION; NICK PARK'S ANIMATED TALE OF THE PREHISTORIC ORIGINS OF FOOTBALL IS A REAL CROWD-PLEASER. 504
You could take off your kit for the naked dieting plan. 528
YOUR VIEW; Julia Laverick services manager for the Alzheimer's Society in Tees Valley on why drugs giant is wrong to give up on dementia. 379

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