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

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'Appalling' rented homes with no running water or even staircase could be thing of the past; The council moves closer to launching a new scheme that would see social housing built for the first time in a generation. 880
'Her days are marked': Mitesh Patel's text messages to man read out in court; 37-year-old Mitesh Patel denies murdering his wife Jessica. 562
'We will need to be at our best to conquer Spartans'. 862
A shooting, stabbing and illegal football on TV - but Park End pub wants licence back; A short hearing was held at Teesside Magistrates' Court after the council suspended the premises licence at the pub. 233
A spectacular start to Christmas! 289
A town with lots of historic views; this week BOB WOODHOUSE tackles the RICHMOND town trail. 621
Alistair's bringing acoustic set. 186
Angry motorist hits out after surgeon 'uses last disabled space to park flashy sports car'; Nuffield Health Hospital Tees, in Norton, has apologised and said all staff will be given advice. 466
Authorities stop DIY sea defences. 174
Baby died after mum didn't get antibiotics; INQUEST TOLD OF ERRORS DURING NEWBORN'S BIRTH. 486
BEST OF THE REST. 451
BOOK OF THE WEEK. 122
Charity to close dementia home; cash struggles put 43 jobs at risk. 689
Children in OUT-OF-WORK homes; One in every 12 children in the UK lives in a family where no adult has had a job for at least the last year. 501
Crews search for fisherman. 223
Delays as car bursts into flames on A19. 152
Driver arrested after this skull knuckleduster was found in vehicle; The vehicle was searched after being stopped by police due to its manner of driving. 193
Driver slams BMW surgeon's parking; claims vehicle used disabled bay for extra space. 433
Duncan slams fake jungle claim. 302
Dupioni is set to shine. 313
I still feel a bit sick when I hear the Strictly theme tune... COUNTRYFILE'S ANITA RANI IS LOOKING FORWARD TO HAVING THE WORLD AT HER FINGERTIPS. SHE TELLS MARION McMULLEN THAT EVEN ARENA SPECTACULARS ARE LESS SCARY THAN TAKING PART IN STRICTLY COME DANCING. 849
In my early days I fought to survive... now I probably am mellowing; QUEEN OF SHOPS MARY PORTAS TELLS HANNAH STEPHENSON HOW A MID-LIFE CRISIS HELPED HER REFLECT ON WHAT MADE HER HAPPY. 1190
Jailed after six shots fired at family home; revenge for burglary. 429
Jailed student's wife meets Hunt. 429
Jenni's turn to help; giving back to the charity that supported her. 507
Let Citroen take you on a magic carpet ride. 631
MAC Black Friday offer will give you 20% off 'everything'; If you spend [pounds sterling]45 or over, you will also get a free Upward Lash Mascara worth [pounds sterling]20. 173
Man assaulted teens and stole bike. 185
Man pulled suspect from getaway bike. 201
May: Brexit deal within our grasp. 492
Middlesbrough taken out of their 'comfort zone' with phone ban and problem solving before Brentford; 'A change is as good as a rest,' declares Tony Pulis as he previews Boro's televised game in the capital. 475
Modern flavours served in Victorian splendour; THIS WEEK WE ARE AT christie's IN THE ZETLAND, MIDDLESBROUGH. anthony vickers GIVES HIS VERDICT. Restaurant review 939
Mum held over PS1.8m of heroin. 275
nativity rocks! ( [...]. 150
Northumbria Police reviewing Cleveland force's handling of sex case against former detective; Simon Hurwood was found guilty of gross misconduct at an internal hearing, but no criminal charges were brought. 311
Outside force to examine sex abuse detective case. 380
Plans to run homes on hydrogen gas. 638
Plant a lasting tribute. 125
PLAY THE TOP SEEDS; Growers' 2019 catalogues are out... and next year's tip for victory is the simple nasturtium. 570
Police hunt shop raiders. 244
PS800k to help combat abuse; PROJECT SECURES FUNDING SHARE. 405
Pub owners appeal loss of licence. 210
Pulis one of the greatest - Bees boss. 490
Pundits back Boro to stay in mix for promotion... but worry about goals. 580
Restaurant offers free food for the homeless. 259
REVIEWS. 425
Root aims to finish year with flourish. 492
Same again for Boro boss? 922
Searches found on computer; INVESTIGATOR TELLS COURT OF INSURANCE QUESTIONS. 452
She's our hero! 560
SHOW BUZZ; ALL THE LATEST FROM THE WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT. 243
Sleeping out in the wind and rain; BRAVING THE ELEMENTS RAISES PS16K TO HELP POOR. 302
SOAPWATCH. 281
Soldiers deployed to island's fuel protest; RIOTS HIT FRENCH TERRITORY. 164
SOUND JUDGEMENT; THE LATEST ALBUM RELEASES RATED AND REVIEWED. 342
Strike action leads to closure of A66. 745
Tarraco will be flagship of SEAT fleet. 400
THE BOY DONE HOOD... 503
the girl in the [...]. 143
There doesn't have to be a leading man, or a male-female story, to get the point of love across; Call Me By Your Name director Luca Guadagnino returns with an unsettling take on cult horror classic Suspiria, starring Dakota Johnson. GEORGIA HUMPHREYS chats to the pair about the appeal of the female-led film "I (he ON THE SCREEN BIG. 1098
This Might just be the one to Bite! 456
Thousands of Teesside homes could be fuelled by hydrogen under [pounds sterling]22bn plan; The scheme is part of nationwide plan being proposed to tackle climate change. 628
three to see; WATCH AT HOME Missed it at the cinema or on TV? We round up the best streaming and DVD releases of the week. 348
Time for Tories to take on the 'takers'. 108
TOP TENS. 148
TRIO RETURNS FOR SOME EXTRA JUNGLE JAPES... When your nightly dose of I'm A Celebrity... is over, head to ITV2 for Extra Camp. Presenters Joe Swash, Joel Dommett and Scarlett Moffatt tell us what to expect Joe to do Celebrity... ON THE SCREEN SMALL. 572
Twilight Zone; Boyzone are ready for a fond farewell as they release their last album and prepare to hit the road on their last tour. Ronan Keating and Keith Duffy tell LUCY MAPSTONE about how they came to the emotional decision to say goodbye and how their late bandmate Stephen Gately still holds a special place in their hearts. 894
Two men in a boat and all at sea; PICK OF THE DAY britain by boat Channel 5, 8pm. 266
Watch the birdie... YOUR PICTURES. 137
We just wouldn't let it lie! 377
WHAT TO DO THIS WEEK. 110
When victory is simply taking part. 471
Who the others play. 120
Who'll mind the shop? WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2018 The Gazette 13 facebook.com/TeessideGazette News. 323
Will next six games bring Christmas cheer or be a bit of a turkey? 993
Your ultimate Black Friday sales guide with deals from Currys PC World, Tesco, Argos, GAME, Boots, John Lewis, Carphone Warehouse and many more; Shop ALL of the reductions in one place. 1993
YOUR VIEW; Anita Burke, general manager of A Way Out, on why she loves a list! 286

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