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Articles from Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England) (June 1, 2018)

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'England have point to prove'. 425
'Poshness' is alive and well today. 223
5 MINUTE BRIEFING. 350
A-ha performing their hits; advertising feature. 295
Acklam residents fighting plan to allow 115 houses to be built on much-loved green space; The land in Acklam is used by dog walkers and children :: A campaign group has now been set up to protect it. 576
Adam faces the music; PICK OF THE DAY friday night dinnerChannel 4, 10pm. 275
Aldi is selling a [pounds sterling]1.49 make-up sponge and it's very similar to the best-selling Beautyblender; The high-end [pounds sterling]17 sponge is popular with celebrity make up artists, YouTubers, beauty bloggers and make up fans. 207
All the ingredients for a great night out; THIS WEEK WE ARE AT JULIA & SOFIA'S IN SEDGEFIELD. VICKY ETHERINGTON GIVES HER VERDICT. 709
also showing. 422
Barney face tough time at Thornaby. 864
BEST OF THE REST. 252
BIG BROTHER IS WATCHING YOU; ...AND YOU DON'T SEEM TO MIND. 457
Blue sky thinking from Toyota. 175
BOOK OF THE WEEK. 137
Bookies feel Boro face another battling season. 663
Booze bid by shop prompts objections by local residents. 239
Boxing and wrestling no longer part of Kirkleatham Walled Garden plan, say developers; The multi-million pound project had initially included the possibility of boxing and wrestling events being held at the venue in a plan. 489
Brad Jones on 'grim' introduction to professional football, Schwarzer's Middlesbrough exit & World Cup dream; The Aussie ex-Boro keeper recalls tough times on Teesside, breaking out of Mark Schwarzer's shadow and a long haul to tick off his childhood dream. 928
College to receive PS1m technology boost. 166
Concerns raised over 'enormous' rise in numbers of Stockon pupils being excluded; Councillors have criticised measures taken against pupils as overly draconian. 574
Corrections & clarifications. Correction notice 198
Council says it overspent by PS300k; IN BRIEF. 124
Do these medals belong to you? Gold, silver and bronze skiing awards found in Hemlington; They are thought to belong to someone who has served in the armed forces. 174
Drunk gunman pointed weapon at young cricketing brothers like scene from 'Dirty Harry' movie; Christopher Jones, 49, has been locked up for four years for aiming the eight-inch gas-powered revolver at the boys aged 8 and 10. 479
Eau so clever; YOUR GARDEN With Diarmuid Gavin Want to save your plants and save water? Go easy with the sprinkler and embrace these expert suggestions instead, says HANNAH STEPHENSON. 996
Echoes of the past along stretch of the River Tees; this week BOB WOODHOUSE visits MIDDLETON ONE ROW CIRCULAR. 600
Exciting news for shoppers. 111
Fifty shades of cliche... Despite its superb cast of leading ladies, predictable plot and lumbering script mean that Book Club ends up missing the mark book club (12A). 478
Fight over the boxing. 374
Flamingo Land rollercoaster rider heard a 'donk' before ride left people dangling mid-air; The Kumali ride broke down leaving around 20 people stuck dangling at the top. 427
Former Boro youngster has grown into new role. 466
Grants for digital firms; initiative sees the development of nine young businesses with funding and workshop support. 287
Greggs fools foodies with name change; IN BRIEF. 135
Heavy traffic building up on A19 after three vehicle collision; The accident happened on the A19 northbound at the A66 this afternoon. 135
Hello to new Bullet-proof Skoda. 255
HowdoIsay thank you? By climbing a volcano... 681
I took a break from social media for the sake of my health; Meghan Trainor arrived with the bubblegum-pop infused All About That Bass, but JOE NERSSESSIAN discovers she is more than just a one-trick pony. 938
I was starstruck by Kermit and Miss Piggy; GOOD MORNING BRITAIN'S CHARLOTTE HAWKINS CHATS TO MARION McMULLEN ABOUT MUSIC, MOTHERHOOD AND THE MUPPETS. 844
I wouldn't let anybody know that the criticism really hurt; In the run-up to the Wimbledon Championships, the UK's most famous 'tennis mum' Judy Murray talks to HANNAH STEPHENSON about being scrutinised in the players' box and why she's refused to change her competitive spirit. 1176
IS fanatic plotted attack on Prince. 476
It's never too late to act on dementia. 161
Landmark Discovery marks 70th year. 223
Learner drivers could be on the motorways from next week - with some help; Highways England have supported the launch of an online hub to sharpen learners' skills before law changes on June 4. 374
Locked up in May: Paedophiles, stalkers and an arsonist gambler are among 24 behind bars; Here's our monthly list of criminals jailed :: The list also includes a mugger, a cannabis farmer and sex offenders. 2009
M&S boss snubs invite to Stockton ahead of the closure of the town's store; Alex Cunningham MP said the response by the retailer was 'disappointing'. 479
Man shot as police hunt for armed duo involved in Stockton robberies; Two separate incidents took place in Stockton this week :: A man was shot with a BB gun during one of the robberies, on Yarm Road. 260
Massive swarm of bees descends on Yarm street; The huge colony of flying insects was seen, and heard, by residents in Willey Flats, off Challoner Road. 245
Middlesbrough transfer rumours: James Collins 'good to have in ranks' & Jon Walters reunion admission; A former Boro target opens up on transfer speculation & ex-Riverside favourite looks set for a move in the top flight. 856
Mini-mart to get licence; SUPERMARKET LOCATED UNDER STUDENT FLATS WILL BE ALLOWED TO SELL BOOZE, DESPITE OBJECTIONS. 370
Must-see upgrades by Ford. 207
No hurry, Adama: Why it would better to stay at Boro. 1188
NO REGRETS; Sheila Hancock plays an octogenarian who decides to climb a Scottish mountain in her new film, Edie. She tells LAURA HARDING why she took such a physically challenging role at the age of 85. 1139
Number of accidents fell - or did they? 149
Parking fine shock for couple who were arranging a funeral. 585
Pensioner avoids a jail term for selling bogus cigs. 351
Pervert caught with vile images freed on appeal. 319
Plans for new road to housing development spark safety warning; Developers were asking for permission to build an access road to an already completed site. 343
PLANT OF THE WEEK. 101
PS14m fund gap could prolong the agony. 415
Public comes to the aid of grey seal. 171
REVIEWS. 443
Rick Astley announces tour and he's coming to the North East: Here's how to get tickets; The 80s star is playing at the Sage Gateshead on October 29 and 30. 165
SHOW BUZZ; ALL THE LATEST FROM THE WORLD OF. 235
Singer a support act for elephants. 236
Sisters hope to make a big difference; IN BRIEF. 136
Sixteen years since mum last saw her girl, the hunt for her killer goes on. 455
Smart motorway worry for drivers. 121
SOAP WATCH; Your guide to all the drama in the Square, on the cobbles and in the Dales. 300
SOUND JUDGEMENT; THE LATEST ALBUM RELEASES RATED AND REVIEWED. 349
Teesside leaders approve plan to bid for [pounds sterling]200m to take control of SSI site; The money will cover the clean-up bill and maintenance - along with unforseen costs. 367
Teesside teacher who helped pupils with coursework is spared being struck off; A teachers' disciplinary panel hearing was told that she had been a teacher with an unblemished record for 35 years. 422
Teesside traffic chaos: Lorry sheds its load and Middlesbrough clogs up after A19 accident; A lorry has shed its load in Hartlepool leading to long delays :: And an accident on the A19 led to big delays in Middlesbrough. 278
The benchmark of a mean world. 801
TOP TENS. 150
Tributes to Queen's official after fatal helicopter crash. 460
True gent with a heart of gold. 332
Two men and three children involved in Flatts Lane crash escaped serious injuries; The two car crash happened on the road in Normanby around 2.30pm on Thursday. 196
Virtual GPs prove a success so far. 321
Visa system down as millions left unable to use their bank cards; The problem is affecting customers across Europe :: People have reportedly been unable to use cards to pay in supermarkets. 299
Walter Mitty's spectacular fall from grace is complete as his lavish lies are exposed. 559
Watch as Endeavour replica sets sail along River Tees for final journey to Whitby; The original vessel was built in 1764 in the seaside town. 329
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. 248
WE NEED TO HAVE UNDERSTANDING, TO FIND THINGS WE ALL HAVE IN COMMON; Lessons are set to resume at Ackley Bridge as the drama returns for a second term. 'Head teacher' Jo Joyner talks to Gemma Dunn about the show celebrating diversity and learning about her character's past the town upon- Tanya EastEnders' birthday - fans' working than Jo confesses: ON THE SCREEN SMALL. 597
Weather warning for heavy rain and thunderstorms on Teesside over the weekend; The experts are predicting thunderstorms and heavy rain. 235
Weekend local cricket fixture picture; TOMORROW. 321
West Brom's James Morrison 'contract conundrum' as Middlesbrough reportedly monitor midfielder's situation; The 32-year-old is out of contract at the Hawthorns this summer after 11 years with the Baggies. 1163
What about airport homes? 186
WHAT TO DO THIS WEEK. 123
When does summer 2018 officially begin? Fingers crossed it's a good one; Fingers crossed it's a good one. 339
Will Pulis be tempted to bond with any of these free agents? 930
Young Rascal to come of age. 408
YOUR VIEW. 356

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