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Articles from Sunday Sun (Newcastle, England) (November 3, 2019)

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'Amazing' North spots in Lottery's go-to list; THREE PLACES IN REGION INCLUDED ON ADVENTURE TOP 25. Mike Kelly Reporter mike.kelly@ncjmedia.co.uk 463
'Cold' left Evie fighting for life; Sniffles turned out to be rare illness. Katie Dickinson Reporter katie.dickinson@reachplc.com 530
100,000 motorists broke speed limit. Sonia Sharma and Alice Cachia Reporter sonia.sharma@reachplc.com 666
7 of the best... KEN LOACH FILMS. 462
7 tv films of the week. 528
A fighting Warrior. 155
A killer game returns. BEN CATELY-RICHARDSON 156
A knit of alright... KATIE WRIGHT shows you the shapes and prints to be seen in this season. KATIE WRIGHT 260
Aarons fires Wycombe to top as Posh slip up; League One. 331
also showing. 263
An owl of delight but bit of a wait. 651
Berwick given a stern battle. 240
bevan on the box; nathan bevan casts a critical eye over the week's tv. nathan bevan 520
Boris not dead in a ditch... yet. 28 Sunday Sun NOVEMBER 3, 2019 Mike Kelly ? email mike.kelly@ncjmedia.co.uk AN EYE ON THE NEWS 559
Boro continue their slide at Pride Park; DERBY COUNTY............................................................. .2 MIDDLESBROUGH ...................................................0. 515
BRITTANY RUNS A MARATHON [...]. 167
Bruce hopes 'best half ' might win over fans. 302
Bruce's fear lost chances would return to bite Toon. Lee Ryder 258
BUSTER. 697
CARLISLE RATINGS. 149
Celtic have Allot to be thankful for; NORTHERN LEAGUE DIV TWO. 282
Chasing a 'dream' as Ballyoptic wins. 380
Constantine boys are happy at home; Burning RUBBER North motor sport with ZOE BURN. 441
Cumbrians' win eases pressure on Pressley; CARLISLE 2 MACCLESFIELD TOWN 1. 570
Cup chances slimmed after Eagles' third loss. 607
Deano just happy to win. 277
Diego ruled winner after horse spooked. 270
Durham put the Wind up their rivals; WEARSIDE LEAGUE. MARK CARRUTHERS 264
EDDY'S LAST 5. 150
Eight games without a win, four without a goal, and undeniable truth of the table. Anthony Vickers 794
Election's dividing lines already clear. Party Lines NORTH POLITICS WITH JON WALKER 523
Everything is autumn; Nothing brightens up a cold evening like a delicious pudding. Here are some to make at home. Recipe 887
FA VASE ROUND-UP. MARK CARRUTHERS 436
Fearless Keira has sights set high; 'EXCEPTIONAL' JUDO CHAMP. Sonia Sharma Reporter sonia.sharma@reachplc.com 612
Fears North is now 'dumping ground' for sex attackers. Sophie Doughty Crime reporter sophie.doughty@reachplc.com @Sophie_Doughty 518
Games helping North veterans rediscover life; FORMER SOLDIERS CHOSEN FOR HARRY'S INVICTUS EVENT. Sonia Sharma Reporter sonia.sharma@reachplc.com 931
Gloving up in fight for mum; BOXER RAISING CASH FOR FUNERAL. Hannah Graham Reporter hannah.graham@reachplc.com @HannahGraham21 516
Guardiola fires shot across Red's star's bows. 255
Hammer attack man got wrong end of the stick; VAN SMASHED UP AFTER BOYFRIEND'S MISTAKE OVER 'AFFAIR'. Sean Seddon Reporter sean.seddon@reachplc.com 363
Hero Hackett proves spot on. 237
I don't want Boris and the Tories to watch this film... They are beyond persuasion. I just want them gone; In his latest film Sorry We Missed You, Ken Loach looks at the effect of the gig economy on a struggling family. He tells LAURA HARDING why he's determined to keep shining a light on social injustice... and why Bojo and co must be defeated. LAURA HARDING 1078
I said, 'Who is Mrs Coulter?'... my agent told me, 'She's the all-time great, female literary villain. You have to do this' His Dark Materials, an adaptation of Sir Philip Pullman's acclaimed series of novels, hits the small screen tonight. KERRI-ANN ROPER finds out more from stars including Ruth Wilson and James McAvoy, plus executive producer Jane Tranter and writer Jack Thorne. KERRI-ANN ROPER 1045
I'm still making noise for a living; Genesis guitarist Steve Hackett is touring and performing the band's entire hit album, Selling England By The Pound, live for the first time. MARION McMULLEN discovers why the 69-year-old is still eager to rock the nation. MARION McMULLEN 904
INSIDE TODAY. 251
Investment fantastic and young Hume reminder bringing through talent is important. 681
It's points that count for Parky. James Hunter 204
JERSEY SURE; PAUL COLE finds it's the small things that make the difference during a memorable stay at a channel islands hotel. 1181
Johnson's treble chance. 250
Jones proud of his players' efforts - despite them falling at final hurdle. 863
late deals. 329
League lift as Sunderland shrug off last week's loss; SUNDERLAND..........................................................1 SOUTHEND .................................... .0. James Hunter at Stadium of Light 671
Learn to bake the Cutter & Squidge way. 103
Magpies survive a late revival to make capital gains against West Ham; WEST HAM UNITED................................................2 NEWCASTLE UNITED ........................... .3. LEE RYDER at London Stadium 799
Man is fighting for life after quarry fall. Kieran Murray Reporter kieran.murray@reachplc.com 144
Mariners fail to make waves as City prevail; SOUTH SHIELDS 0 LANCASTER CITY 1. 572
Middleton's the hero of Jerez with double podium; Burning RUBBER. 223
My fight to survive on 44p a month; // Kimberley NURSE REVEALS STRUGGLE TO FEED HER FAMILY. Nicole Goodwin Reporter nicole.goodman@reachplc.com 508
Nadal pulls out injured from Paris Masters semi; TENNIS. 379
Norris taking inspiration from fellow Brit Hamilton; LEWIS SET FOR SIXTH CHAMPIONSHIPS. 418
NORTH TYNESIDE OVER TIME; The coast, river and industry. DAVE MORTON Writer david.morton.editorial@reachplc.com 813
Ohrdorf spells double double trouble for Durham; the WBBL's led from wbbl. SIMON RUSHWORTH 379
on the grapevine; sam wylie-harris ON RAISING A GLASS TO A PLANT-BASED LIFESTYLE. 363
ONTHE RADAR. 217
Parkinson: Cats clawed out deserved home victory. 409
Peugeot MPV is practically perfect. Graham Courtney 441
PICKS of the week; YOUR CAN'T-MISS TV SHOWS FOR THE NEXT SEVEN DAYS. 398
PLAYER WATCH. 266
PLAYER WATCH. James Hunter 259
PLAYER WATCH. Philip Tallentire 317
PM under pressure over Russia report. 262
Point is Nott a bad result for Sweeney; NOTTS COUNTY 2 HARTLEPOOL 2. 627
Ponteland hit 10 in seeing off the Delaval; NORTHERN ALLIANCE. 288
Pride of Britain. prov- there is goodness out there. , in spite of want we're told; TV PRESENTER AND PRIDE OF BRITAIN JUDGE, CHRISTINE LAMPARD, TALKS ABOUT THE IMPORTANCE OF THE INSPIRATIONAL AWARDS IN SUCH TURBULENT TIMES. 1058
Protest fears hit Blade Runner event. Dave Robson Reporter dave.robson@reachplc.com 368
Pub caught in illegal tab sting; LANDLADY SUSPECTED OF SELLING FAKE CIGARETTES. Ian Johnson Reporter ian.johnson01@reachplc.com @IANJOHNSONCHRON 320
Quakers have to settle for draw at Hereford; DARLINGTON 0 HEREFORD 0. 327
QUICK BITES. 121
QUICK QUIZ; TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE OF TRIVIA AND CURRENT EVENTS. 313
RCA's official complaint as Hebburn go through; HEBBURN TOWN 3 SUNDERLAND RCA 0 FA VASE. MARK CARRUTHERS 646
Red alert as Liverpool's late show steals win. 352
Remembrance field opens; SILENCE AS POPPY DISPLAY UNVEILED. Katie Dickinson Reporter katie.dickinson@reachplc.com 396
RISE AND SHINE. CHRISTOPHER HUNNEYSETT 388
Roberts puts Leeds on course for top spot. 321
Santa hats, Shearer's shirt and shopping ads; STUNTS GALORE AT THE NORTH'S ICONIC LANDMARK. Lisa Hutchinson Reporter lisa.hutchinson@reachplc.com 2115
Scoreline does not reflect the dominance of the Black Cats; Sunderland's game at a glance. Craig Johns Football writer craig.johns@reachplc.com 979
soap dish. 394
SORRY WE MISSED [...]. 175
SOUNDsound judgement; THE LATEST ALBUM RELEASES RATED AND REVIEWED. 321
Spartans are by Far the better team; BLYTH SPARTANS 2 FARSLEY ATHLETIC 0 NATIONAL NORTH. 300
Spenny close in on place in play-offs with victory. 280
STYGIAN: REIGN ON THE [...]. 137
Switch-on is switched. 148
Take it as Red, Falcons have to fight for a win; FALCONS 42 JERSEY REDS 19. 673
tech NOW; JUSTIN CONNOLLY CHECKS OUT THE LATEST OPTIONS FOR CYCLISTS. 422
Teenager in court over road death. 211
three to see; Missed it at the cinema or on TV? We round up the best streaming and DVD releases of the week. 288
Tizzard Star to pick ip where he left off. 454
Too cold for a cruise down Thames as Magpies go from plain sailing to searching for life belts. Ciaran Kelly 774
Toon no longer rely on top six to give them crucial victory; The things we learned from Newcastle's game. Ciaran Kelly NUFC writer ciaran.kelly@reachplc.com 781
Tories hoping to turn region blue. Party Lines NORTH POLITICS WITH JON WALKER 232
Tournament which offered so much ends in utter despair; FINAL COMMENT. 304
travel buzz; the latest news from the world of tourism. 236
Victory is for South African nation, insists captain Kolisi. 421
WARSAW PC ... ..IT'S 1944 and [...]. 130
Westlife head to North East; CELEB SPOT. 285
When the North ruled the world; 'FIRST WORLD CUP' MEDAL WON BY WEST AUCKLAND ON SALE. Mike Kelly Reporter mike.kelly@ncjmedia.co.uk 617
Who will have a very merry Christmas at the ballot box? PARTIES GEARING UP FOR YULETIDE POLL. Jonathan Walker Political editor jonathan.walker@reachplc.com 1254
Willo's loss is a huge blow for a beaten Heed; GATESHEAD 2 GUISELEY 3. NATIONAL LEAGUE JEFF BOWRON 613
WINDOW ON TOON; ASHLEY PROFIT DROP WON'T AFFECT TRANSFER KITTY. Lee Ryder 370
WOODGATE: I WILL STAY STRONG; BOSS' PLEDGE AFTER LATEST DEFEAT. Philip Tallentire 126
Woody stays strong in 'difficult' times. Philip Tallentire 490
WORLD CUP FINAL REACTION. 609
WOULD YOU LIKE ROCKET WITH THAT? HAVE A BLAST THIS BONFIRE NIGHT WITH THESE DELICIOUS (AND WARMING) SNACKS. 398

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