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Articles from Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England) (October 20, 2018)

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'No ball games' row erupts after man erects signs 'banning' children from playing on grass; A 'no ball games' row has erupted on a street in Eston :: A man claims he's had no choice but to take action. 941
...And just like that, they found a way. 1534
[pounds sterling]1.5m plans to transform 'eyesore' seafront gym approved - despite home value fears; Redcar and Cleveland Council has given the green light to developers to transform the seafront building. 869
12 years for drugs gang ringleader. 752
5 MINUTE BRIEFING. 365
A game with some swagger. 608
A GRAND DAY OUT FOR THRIVING NIC; Sancy primed at Kempton. 185
A very full PIGGY BANK; THE AVERAGE CHILD GETS HUNDREDS OF POUNDS FROM THEIR PARENTS EVERY YEAR. 472
A wonderland for kids and adults; JAMES MOORE wanted to take a relaxing spa break - but what to do with the children? 826
Another weekend of success for Sadie. 147
ASK DAVID; OUR EXPERT ANSWERS YOUR QUESTIONS. 166
Baby Kaan's very scary start to life; HOW NEWBORN BATTLED WITH MENINGITIS INFECTION. 508
Big shoes to fill but North keen to begin his new era. 690
BOOK IT. 130
BOTH TO SCORE TRENDS. 122
Bridge opens up a new phase for town. 776
College makes strong start to season. 314
Dancer Melissa returns to Tees to take next step in her career. 436
Deaths. 711
Defendant: 'I wasn't expecting violence to kick off like that'. 873
Dental practice in bid to expand clinic. 566
DID DONNY; OUR EXPERT ANSWERS YOUR QUESTIONS. 212
Don't go pasta the vegetables; ELLA WALKER samples an Italian recipe book that's all about celebrating vegetables. 529
Don't let winter health worries stop your festive fun; ADVERTISING FEATURE LLOYDSPHARMACY EXPERTS ARE ON HAND TO HELP YOU STAY HEALTHY. 377
EARN SOME BRASS WITH TIN; Fanshawe's star is the right Man for the job in big sprint at Ascot Crystal clear who'll claim Qipco spoils. 613
ENTERTAIN THE IDEA OF VEGANISM... Everyday eating was the focus before, but Lucy Watson's follow-up vegan cookbook is all about occasions. PRUDENCE WADE finds out more. 1618
Feasting while cuts are made. 439
FFOS LAS. 103
Finding homeless a bed. 589
Fireworks on despite theft; PYROTECHNICS WORTH THOUSANDS ARE STOLEN FROM CRICKET CLUB. 311
First-class Jason delivers a result. 522
Full steam ahead; LIS LAMBERTSEN finds her scenic railway journey around Yorkshire is right on track. 917
Grooming gang jailed over abuse. 491
HANDFUL. 611
Harry hits new heights to promote Games. 194
Heated debate on price of hot school meals. 960
high-energy bulbs; Want something to look forward to through the long winter ahead? Plant now and you'll be greeted by a blaze of spring colour. 900
Homeowners warned after increase in burglaries. 220
I can score 10 or Mo! 477
I love everything about hospitals... I thought that would be my life; Emma Willis has forever pleaded with TV bosses to do a documentary about midwives - now she's got her chance. She tells MICHAEL BONIFACE how the delivery room is a markedly different challenge to the diary room. 914
If you can't eat them... DAVID RAVEN takes a foodie tour of Malaga and tastes life off the tourist trail. 1088
Investigation into a report of child being grabbed by the coat has been closed. 130
JAMBOSCAN STICK TOTOP; Take Hearts to stay clear in thrilling race. 575
Junior Sportsperson of the Year Sponsored by Tees Active. 326
Keeping an eye on loud thugs; ANTI-SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR IS TARGET OF NEW CAMERAS. 469
Kynren team to organise fireworks show. 177
Learning campus remembers the fallen. 182
let's stop trivialising cosmetic surgery. 556
LINE OF THE WEEK. 132
Lovingly restored farmhouse Dream Home could be one of Teesside's oldest homes; The ivy-clad 17th Century farmhouse even has a separate annexe with gym, kitchenette, shower room and large games room. 552
Make the most of your greenhouse. 351
Making our community safer. 194
Man in hospital with 'chest and abdomen injuries' after alleged stabbing and attempted armed robbery; The man, who is aged in his 40s, was taken to James Cook University Hospital following an incident in central Middlesbrough. 428
MASTERMINDS. 583
MR FIXIT'S TOP TIPS. 119
MUST-SEE SHOWS. 643
My 'sublime' duo. 566
NUNO'S THE No.1 JOSE; Wolves boss putting old pal in the shade. 506
Organised, strong, clinical - pure Pulis: National reaction to Middlesbrough's win at Sheffield Wednesday; A round-up of what the nationals made of Boro's Friday night success at Hillsborough. 749
Outstanding School Achievement Sponsored by Northumbrian Water. 413
Plunkett is relaxed about England place. 448
Preying on the vulnerable, Stewart Downing question & a thing of beauty: What we learnt; Dominic Shaw picks out the talking points of Boro's crucial win at Sheffield Wednesday on Friday night. 1544
Priests block women from Hindu temple; PROTEST AFTER COURT RULING. 232
Proud celebration of Tees sporting achievements. 426
PS50 TIPSTER CONTEST. 351
RAISE A GLASS. 558
READ IT. 107
Red card debate, tactical change that caused Sheffield Wednesday problems & Middlesbrough's 'serious' promotion chances; A round-up of what the Sky pundits had to say about Boro after the win at Hillsborough. 485
Remembrance event to be held on beach. 171
Seconds put in a strong performance. 653
Sharing our success with community. 409
Shining night for our sporting stars. 142
Shop worker hurt in raid. 509
Six break-ins in six months - Teesside Karting targeted once again; It is understood that Makita and Milwaukee impact guns were taken in the most recent break in. 190
Soldier cleared of people smuggling. 293
SPFL FIRST SCORER TIPS & WIN PS20 CONTEST. 263
Sports Awards 2018. 615
Sports Awards 2018. 427
Sports Awards 2018: Coach/Mentor of the Year. 473
Sports Awards 2018: Junior Team of the Year. 379
Sports Awards 2018: Sportsperson of the Year. 854
Sports Awards 2018: Team of the Year sponsored by Tomlinson Hall. 633
Sports Awards 2018: Unsung Sporting Hero. 534
Sports Direct worker stole over [pounds sterling]10k worth of stock in just a month after slipping into cocaine use; Lee Sibley admitted taking stock from the store then selling it on to unassuming customers. 292
Stars look to get their mojo back. 618
Stockton paedophile jailed for historic sexual abuse of child; Michael Jarvis had sexual activity the child 10 years ago. 147
Stop Hazard and Man U can claim a huge result; Bookies view. 349
Tears, texts and denials - what we learned from week 3 of the Steven Willis murder trial; The trial of five men accused of killing the 27-year-old continues at Teesside Crown Court. 1523
Teen locked up for dangerous driving. 167
The cash brought in by car parking. 591
The cost of a few goals. 676
Timelapse films show the 8,000 working days taken to build new Tees dock bridge; The films reveals the major engineering behind the Middlehaven project. 244
Top of the Championship - and it wouldn't surprise Adam Reach if Middlesbrough stayed there; Reach was left frustrated after defensive slip-ups cost Sheffield Wednesday against his former club. 527
TRAVEL NEWS; LATEST TRAVEL ADVICE, OFFERS AND NEWS. 260
TRENDING. 406
TV FILMS OF THE WEEK. 544
Twenty houses targeted by 'two in one' burglars - with Audis, BMWs and Mercedes cars pinched; Police are now warning members of the public following the spike in reports. 279
Two men arrested for alleged robbery and GBH after man suffered chest and abdomen injuries; A 30-year-old man and a 22-year-old man have been arrested on suspicion of robbery and grievous bodily harm with intent. 285
WATCH IT. 122
We talk so much about exam results but we don't celebrate people who are skilled in so many other ways; New series Made In Great Britain tells the story of how our nation's craft and manufacturing skills have shaped our towns and cities. Middlesbrough-born host Steph McGovern, 36, tells GEORGIA HUMPHREYS all about it. 834
When Olly Murrs came to Middlesbrough: 46 pictures from Centre Square gig in 2013; Thousands gathered in Centre Square, Middlesbrough to see the Heart Skips a Beat singer perform back on June 7, 2013. 211
When people find out I'm an MP, they'll turn us in; News presenter Kay Burley, 57, and MP and former Royal Marine Commando Johnny Mercer, 37, are an unlikely double act in Celebrity Hunted, where they try to evade capture for 14 days. They explain why they accepted the charity challenge PICK OF THE WEEK CELEBRITY HUNTED FOR STAND UP TO CANCER Tuesdays, 9pm really difficult! you the fun. 883
Women at war [...]; TV SOAPS. 934
YOUR VIEW; Terry Doyle, Positive Pathways development worker, on the work to help vulnerable people. 348
YOUR WEDDINGS. 268

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