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Articles from Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England) (April 10, 2019)

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'Goals will do Ashley the world of good'. 640
A team take a B-eating. 216
All set for Klondike Grand Prix. 478
AS SEEN ON SCREEN; Countless TV and film crews have used Seville in their productions. LAURA PATERSON sees why. Travel narrative 999
ASK THE EXPERT; Between work, kids and caring for mum, how can manage my time better? 414
Athletes on to a winner at Middlesbrough College; sponsor's message. 890
BEST OF THE REST. 256
CHILDREN'S book of the week. 222
Club hit by sanctions. 334
Come along, brave boys, come along... 294
Debenhams' future in doubt. 480
Delivering news the old-fashioned way. 592
Deselection fallout sees Tory of 50 years ditch his party; veteran councilor turns independent. 573
DOWN WITH THE KIDS; What your children are talking about this week. 112
Dream machines; Soothe your little ones and get back to sleep quickly with these smart slumber-inducing devices for all the family, says LIZ CONNOR. 437
Fletcher double returns Boro to winning ways. 1306
GO WILD with eric paylor. 428
Gregg checks out the supermarket tricks; PICK OF THE DAY supermarket secretsBBC1, 8pm. 273
It's not just a souper food; FOOD&DRINK EXTRA Go green and super-charge your meals. MARION MCMULLEN finds out why water algae is now appearing on the menus of top restaurants. 441
It's ready, Teddy go at Redcar. 554
Karate kids show promise. 383
late breaks; GREAT DEALS ON LAST-MINUTE HOLIDAYS. 216
Late goals as Mogga's Rovers beat The Rams. 378
Mackenzie's sculpture is unveiled. 296
Mum was severely beaten, but her death was due to strangling, court told; 24-year-old man is accused of murder. 885
MURDER JURY TOLD OF BRUTAL VIOLENCE; PROSECUTION: MUM WAS beaten AND strangled. 179
Nine deny drugs charges; alleged members of gang all plead not guilty. 242
Not in control of Brexit. 576
Parks and recreation; GOING OUT Fortnight of fun planned for our National Parks. 276
Pilaster set to soar at Nottingham. 545
Plans to boost poor school performance; 60% of secondaries fail to reach 'good' rating. 605
PM asks Merkel to back Brexit delay. 462
Police chief candidate grilled by crime panel. 569
Pride in defeat as champs too strong. 755
PS340m boost expected from ex-SSI site. 569
Pulis confirms Friend is out for rest of season. 209
READY FOR RIO; THE LAUNCH OF CHEAP DIRECT FLIGHTS MEANS THE BRAZILIAN CITY IS NOW AN AFFORDABLE HOLIDAY OPTION, SAYS SARAH MARSHALL. 640
Reserves hammered as Stockton back on form. 493
Root returns to where it all began. 620
Saddle up for the Teesside news quiz of the week. 411
SOAP watch; Your guide to all the drama in the Square, on the cobbles and in the Dales. 201
Special memories of 'angel babies' boutique opens to cope with growing demand. 588
STAYING IN; HENRY'S NEW top dog IN BLUE PETER TV STUDIO. 109
Sugar and spice and all things nice - until her brother has what she wants; DOUBLE TROUBLE FOR A FIRST-TIME DAD OF TWINS. 454
Take a screen break and get back to nature; Want tips on what to do with the kids over the Easter holidays? Here are a few suggestions, says ELLA WALKER. 924
Teesside bank jobs at risk. 218
TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE. 104
The magic of Merlin! 234
THE NORTHERN COMMUTE; THERE'S AN EVOLUTION TAKING PLACE AS THE NORTHERN POWERHOUSE INITIATIVE SWEEPS THROUGH THE REGION. BUT COULD IT PUT AN END TO TRANSPORT WOES FOR BUSINESSES? BUSINESS BANKING DIRECTOR, GAVIN OPPERMAN, IS HERE TO ANSWER YOUR QUESTIONS. 471
THE UNDERGROUND WORLD OF DOG FIGHTING; DESPITE THE BLOOD SPORT BEING ILLEGAL, CRIMINALS ARE STILL FORCING DOGS TO FIGHT EACH OTHER. 375
There's no brace like home for two-goal man Fletcher; It was a happy homecoming for Ashley Fletcher, who scored both goals in Boro's 2-0 win over Bolton Wanderers. Here's how Dominic Shaw rated the players. 706
Vehicle rally celebrates Concorde. 213
Victoria reigns Down Under; In the final episode of ITV's Australia With Julia Bradbury, the show's presenter gets back to nature. SARAH MARSHALL finds out more. 1160
Visitors set to flock to upgraded hide site. 470
YOUR VIEW; Today's column is by Jo Wallis, head of fundraising and marketing at Butterwick Hospice Care. Column 414

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