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Articles from Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England) (May 18, 2019)

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"Pulis fades into Boro history. 933
'Grow up and get a life': Takeaway's hilarious Just Eat replies; A Middlesbrough takeaway is fighting back against negative Just East reviews. 1684
'Over my dead body': Furious pensioner fights council plan for 6ft fence - and wins; Anne Corby took on Redcar & Cleveland Council after it planned to hack down a hedge near her Guisborough home. 472
'Tony Pulis can't take all the blame, Middlesbrough's experienced players should have done better'; A TV Championship pundit has his say on Tony Pulis's Boro exit. 505
'Wild West' gang violence left boy in hospital - but no-one will face criminal charges; A teenager was arrested but no charges were brought following the clash which involved 'hammers, golf clubs and steel bars'. 341
25 years on - the story behind Bryan Robson's move from Man United to Middlesbrough; 'Wolves officials and their supporters were left to regret that they didn't move heaven and earth to get Robson to Molineux,' writes Eric Paylor. 1056
3 CHEERS FOR PEP; City boss on Guard to seal unique English treble. 442
Anything can happen in final, says Guardiola. 268
ART AND SOUL; In the first of a two-part feature, SIMON COYLE visits Australia, starting in arty city Brisbane. 1249
ASK DAVID. 138
Bike stolen after cyclist was threatened. 142
Body of 24-year-old found man close to beauty spot. 180
BOOK IT. 157
BOOK OF THE WEEK. 154
Bryan Robson is Middlesbrough's greatest ever signing - he transformed the club; 'Steve Gibson's hunch that Robson would be the man to take Middlesbrough from mediocrity to a major player proved 100% correct,' writes Philip Tallentire. 1301
Captain Cook was not a conqueror. 156
Charity fraudster to pay back PS140k; JAILED FOR DEFRAUDING BUTTERWICK HOSPICE TO FUND CHAMPAGNE LIFESTYLE. 589
Charles has got Wright stuff for Grand Prix series. 251
Chemical silos and stately halls: The historic sites 'at risk' on Teesside; Some have stood in the area for hundreds of years but are deteriorating at an increasing rate due to lack of maintenance or vandalism. 1108
Coad mops up tail in Yorkshire win. 485
Confrontation Street; TV SOAPS. 828
Council leader's anger as PCC denies they met. 763
Cross-party talks on Brexit collapse. 501
Danny Cowley linked with Middlesbrough, Bristol City's 'new Aden Flint' & Mo Besic can leave Everton; There's also the latest on two wingers who have been linked with Boro in the past in the latest paper round-up. 1152
Daughter pays tribute to dad after alleged attack John Lewis. 360
DIY DONNY; OUR EXPERT ANSWERS YOUR QUESTIONS. 239
DOUBLE HANDFUL. 637
Dozens of armed youths clash - but none charged. 229
DWP: Teesside families losing up to [pounds sterling]200 a week due to 'cruel and ineffectual' benefits cap; Charities have called for it to be scrapped :: Around 2,000 Teesside households have lost out on some money since the cap was introduced. 876
Feeling GoodVibes for Ascot WITHYORK victory. 407
First Fish and Ships festival. 624
Gers out to deny Clarke Euro glory in final match; Bookies. 336
Gibbo sets out vision for home-grown Boro So who is in the frame to replace manager? TEESSIDE TALENT CAN HELP BUILD EXCITING FUTURE. 669
Gibson pays tribute to parting boss. 265
Holly shares visit to venue with her fans; News. 107
In his own words: Bryan Robson explains why he agreed to manage Middlesbrough; 25 years on, Bryan Robson recalls his move from England's most glamorous club to unfashionable second tier side Boro. 868
Innovative, eco-friendly and smart: six gardening products of the year. 356
Inside the lavish refurbished show homes on exclusive Wynyard estate; The homes on the Taylor Wimpey development have a fresh new look. 491
INSTA money; The huge amount of money that celebrities made on Instagram in 2018. 376
Living A Calmed life; There is no better place to find head space than outside in the with your wellies on and a trowel. 626
LOCK ON TO LAURENS; Burke's star is the key to profit in Newbury Group Ocean out to make waves in Aston test. 595
Man accused of exposing himself to restaurant worker after claiming there was leak in toilets; Thomas David Gibbins is alleged to have been standing with his 'trousers round his ankles' at the restaurant in Hartlepool. 414
Man admits to poisoning woman, 43. 125
MANY UNHAPPY RETURNS? 582
MASTERMINDS. 362
Methods of Tony Pulis led to his departure rather than mediocrity of seventh place; Dominic Shaw reflects on Pulis's tenure and a season where a myth was exposed. 2351
Middlesbrough's search for a diamond, Jonathan Woodgate's philosophy & Academy excitement; Neil Maddison spoke to Boro commentator Mark Drury about Pulis's exit and what happens next. 1377
Midnight 'bang' rocks peaceful village as street fills with smoke; Residents of Hartburn heard a bang, saw blue flashing lights and watched as the street filled with smoke. 316
mr fixit's top tips. 131
Music store owner hands staff control of company. 361
MUST-SEE SHOWS. 612
New job on the menu for talented Rachel. 255
Offender's crimes funded his drug habit and earn long spell in prison; SIX YEARS AND NINE MONTHS FOR ONE-MAN CRIMEWAVE. 909
Pensioner stabbed, strangled and beaten with gun after robbers tied him up in Stockton home; Jessica Roth had gained the 78-year-old victim's trust before letting her accomplices in to attack the elderly man. 945
Police appeal to find brothers. 126
Price hiked for switching on festive lights. 444
Pulis tells how he enjoyed his time at Boro. 345
Radio 1 Big Weekend map gives first glimpse of how Stewart Park will be transformed; The BBC has released plans showing how Stewart Park will be laid out for Teesside's biggest ever music festival. 257
RAISE A GLASS. 475
READ IT. 103
Reflecting on an inevitable Boro exit. 1876
REVIEWS. 389
Riviera is not a world where you can get away with murder... The first series of Sky Atlantic's Riviera thrilled viewers with revenge and murder hidden beneath the blue waters of the glamorous Cote d'Azur. Now Julia Stiles, 38, returns to her role of American art dealer Georgina Clios. The actress talks to EMMA BOWDEN ahead of the return of the turbulent drama. 677
SAINTSWON'T GET A FAVOUR; Accies to stay up with victory against Perth men. 631
Seven police officers under investigation; IOPC NOTICES OF GROSS MISCONDUCT ARE SERVED. 584
Shock claims children as young as 12 'involved in drug dealing' from quiet Ingleby Barwick house; The bombshell claims were made by a resident to town councillors this week :: Police said they've received reports and have stepped up patrols. 901
SPFL FIRST SCORER TIPS. 233
Stabbing of teenager is denied. 125
Student mums banned from taking babies into Teesside University library; Natalie Purvis and Rhiannon Howard spoke out after being stopped from taking their little ones into the library for 'prolonged' study periods. 732
Suggestions for leaflets. 161
Take a trip down the Cleveland Way's memory lane in 1969 footage; Walking trail the Cleveland Way is about to celebrate its 50th birthday. 322
Thai something new tonight; In new cookbook Baan, Kay Plunkett-Hogge sets out to demystify Thai food. She tells ELLA WALKER all about it. 1766
that's ane could look to ... There was no community lesbian wasn't even a word; There's a new Sunday night period drama, and it's all about Anne Lister, the first modern lesbian. Star of Gentleman Jack, Suranne Jones, tells GEORGIA HUMPHREYS everything we need to know about her latest role Suranne Jones. 931
The 100-year-old stag that will keep watch over students as flats plans passed; 'Stag House' will be converted into student accommodation - but the 100-year-old statue will remain in place. 549
The signing that showed Boro meant business; we look at bryan robson's legacy, 25 years on. 1303
The Tripe Supper: Tony Pulis's Middlesbrough tenure, his exit & what happens next; Dominic Shaw, Anthony Vickers and Philip Tallentire discuss Pulis's time in charge. 127
TOP TENS. 126
Traffic calming to put brakes on town's speeders @. 524
Traffic police seize cocaine, cannabis - and van packed with crates of 'stolen' Red Bull; It was a busy shift for Cleveland & Durham RPU, with the team seizing illicit drugs and stolen energy drinks. 339
TRAVEL NEWS; LATEST TRAVEL ADVICE, OFFERS AND NEWS. 275
TRENDING. 376
Trump anxious to avoid US-Iran war; BUT WHAT ABOUT ADVISERS? 198
TV FILMS OF THE WEEK. 515
WATCH IT. 116
We have all the backing we need to carry on work; BRITISH STEEL ADDRESSES CONCERNS OVER FUTURE OF COMPANY. 401
We need to talk more to kids about how to feel sad. Do cry, let it all out; Best-selling author and journalist Bryony Gordon tells HANNAH STEPHENSON about her first book for teens on angst, body image and how to like yourself. 1307
Why I won't be voting in election. 134
William opens up in Royal Team Talk. 216
Woman attacked partner with a knife 'following row over smoking after surgery'; 'Harsh words' were exchanged before Karen Simpson, 55, assaulted the man in her home, for whom she was a carer. 602
Woodgate tipped to take the reins. 324
Worcestershire beat Durham despite scare. 431
YOUR PICTURES. 145
YOUR VIEW. 300

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