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Articles from Sunday Sun (Newcastle, England) (October 27, 2019)

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'Good news' on way over player deals. 376
'Polite' neighbour was a paedophile; SHOCK AS PERVERT IS UNMASKED. Ian Johnson Reporter ian.johnson01@reachplc.com @IANJOHNSONCHRON 585
7 tv films of the week. 544
7of the best... ZOMBIE MOVIES. 453
A frighteningly good time at this old haunt; THETRAVELREVIEW NEIL DOCKING and family have a knight to remember at a 'haunted' Warwick Castle. 1381
A tonic for Gin FANS. 136
Addicks stop Baggies with a late strike; CHAMPIONSHIP. 407
also showing. 347
Another win as Sweeney's run goes on; HARTLEPOOL 2 BARNET 0 MANARAMA NATIONAL LGE. 559
BEAUTY BUZZ; THE LATEST PRODUCTS & GLAMOUR GOSSIP. 140
Bell eyeing podium place. 210
best new app. 114
Better late than never as hosts snatch victory; NEWCASTLE BENFIELD 1 THORNABY 0 NORTHERN LEAGUE. Mark Carruthers 737
bevan on the box; nathan bevan casts a critical eye over the week's tv. 534
BLAST FROM THE PAST; After a 28-year absence, Sarah Connor is back - a return that kicks the Terminator franchise back into high gear. 304
Boards join forces to give women greater edge; cricket. 318
Boro in drop zone after draw lacking finesse and goals; MIDDLESBROUGH ............................. . 0 FULHAM ....................................0. ANTHONY VICKERS at Riverside 1454
Brexit may be on road to resolution; WANING NO-DEAL THREAT POSITIVE NEWS FOR NISSAN. Party Lines NORTH POLITICS WITH JON WALKER 452
Bruce recalls times he nearly became Wolves' manager. Travel narrative 443
Calvados brings Harry debut win. 456
Cats' lack of teeth means away-day woes continue as quality falls short; INCONSISTENCY PROVES COSTLY FOR SUNDERLAND. Craig Johns Football writer craig.johns@reachplc.com @craig_johns 960
Corbyn should 'be braver' on Brexit; 'Tell Leave voters they're wrong'. Patrick Daly Reporter scoop.sundaysun@ncjmedia.co.uk 443
Diamonds and Bears look set for second leg cup showdown. 332
Dominant display by hosts Town; MORPETH 6 CLEETHORPES 1 FA TROPHY. Ross Jackson 427
Driving in dark is par for course; FLOODLIT GOLF IS HERE. Darren Kelso Reporter darren.kelso@reachplc.com @KelsoDarren 405
Dubai bout for Ward. 230
Eagles must not slip up again for top-two finish. JEFF KING 545
EBAC NORTHERN LEAGUE DIVISION ONE ROUND-UP. 1015
EDDY'S LAST 5. 147
England in World Cup final after shock win. 217
England through to cup final. 132
Eviction threat for yobs' parents; COUNCIL & POLICE ISSUE WARNINGS. Sonia Sharma Reporter sonia.sharma@reachplc.com 409
Feed your fears; Put the fun into Halloween baking with these tasty treats. Recipe 927
Footbridge fall brings closure of A1. 152
Four-some display sees Exeter move up to second; LEAGUE TWO ROUND-UP. 315
Frodon fired up for Kalashnikov. 494
From piling on pounds to pounding the streets. Lisa Hutchinson Reporter lisa.hutchinson@reachplc.com 566
Gayle's the Dwight man to start scoring goals for shot-shy Toon but may still be sold in January. 698
Get rail services back on track'. 189
Hamilton hopes of crowning glory are up in the air; FORMULA 1. 398
Heed having to play catch-up after another match falls victim to British weather. Jeff Bowron 592
Honours for D-Day vet killed in car crash. Kieran Murray Reporter kieran.murray@reachplc.com 472
how do you like these apples? 121
How Toon boss saved Dyche. 218
I treat her like she is one of my daughters - I don't know where I'd be without Manu; alzheimer's volunteer has huge impact on liz. Darren Kelso Reporter darren.kelso@reachplc.com 720
Indivisible PC, Mac, Xbox One, PS4, Switch ... .. 135
It's as you were at top of table; DIVISION TWO ROUND-UP. 275
John Wick Hex PC ... .. 107
Jonathan has given PS320m to charity and proves a prince among bishops; DURHAM TOWN BENEFITS FROM BRITAIN'S MOST GENEROUS PHILANTHROPIST. Jeremy Armstrong Reporter jeremy.armstrong@reachplc.com 747
late deals. 295
Lights out for West End hit; CELEB SPOT. 307
Lorry driver is charged over dead migrants. 195
McVicar runs riot to help side narrow gap at top; WEARSIDE LEAGUE. 202
MG's new flagship SUV is big on value. Chris Russon 429
MP's criticism of BBC ruling backed by Ofcom; correct.ly, as RACISM CHALLENGE WAS RIGHT. Jonathan Walker Political Editor jonathan.walker@ncjmedia.co.uk 448
Mum devastated to learn 'bad cough' is terminal lung cancer; jane has just months left. Katie Dickinson Reporter katie.dickinson@reachplc.com 511
North's Labour MPs are split on election; PM WANTS PRE-CHRISTMAS POLL WHILE CORBYN WAITS FOR EU. Jonathan Walker Political editor jonathan.walker@reachplc.com 631
on the grapevine; sam wylie-harris ON... DEVILISH DRINKS AND SPOOKY SPRITS. 349
ONTHE RADAR; THESTYLEGUIDE. 219
Our roasts hit the spot at cosy pub. 641
Perez surprise at quality of Foxes squad. CIARAN KELLY 368
PICKS of the week; YOUR CAN'T-MISS TV SHOWS FOR THE NEXT SEVEN DAYS. 392
PLAYER WATCH. Philip Tallentire 341
Pressure's off Pressley for now as rot stopped; LEYTON ORIENT 1 CARLISLE 1. 865
QUICK BITES. 128
QUICK QUIZ; TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE OF TRIVIA AND CURRENT EVENTS. 327
Raising the baa; Don't follow the flock, says CLAIRE DEVINE, sleep in a shepherd's hut. CLAIRE DEVINE 777
RETURN OF THE LIVING DEAD; It's 10 years since the original Zombieland, but its creators and stars were determined to wait until the time was right for a sequel, they explain to GEMMA DUNN. 1022
Revellers watch as blaze hits city street. 185
Saint has eye for fashion, ear for a fine and skill to be icon. CIARAN KELLY Sports writer ciaran.kelly@reachplc.com 693
Sam at the double for Chemfica; NORTHERN ALLIANCE. 412
SCARE UP A FEAST; GET INTO THE SPIRIT OF HALLOWEEN WITH THESE SPOOKILY GOOD BUYS. 368
Schar's the straight shooter United will find hard to replace. CIARAN KELLY Football writer ciaran.kelly@reachplc.com 716
Season finale set to go down to wire. 439
soap dish. 337
sound judgement; THE LATEST ALBUM RELEASES RATED AND REVIEWED. 325
SOUTH TYNESIDE ACROSS TIME; An area that was defined by heavy industry. Dave Morton Reporter david.morton.editorial@reachplc.com 728
Step-dad's death led to jail suicide; INMATE 'INCONSOLABLE'. Ian Johnson Reporter ian.johnson01@reachplc.com @IANJOHNSONCHRON 676
Still casting its spell... BEN CATLEY-RICHARDSON THE WITCHER 3: WILD HUNT - COMPLETE EDITION Switch .... 148
Strictly professional... 157
tech NOW JUSTIN CONNOLLY ROUNDS UP THE LATEST NEWS IN THE DIGITAL WORLD. 308
THE LAST BLACK. 153
The Rolling Stones are to blame for us all continuing to go and go; Stereophonics frontman Kelly Jones admits he was thinking about quitting the band last year, but tells LUCY MAPSTONE his creativity and Jagger and Co's example changed his mind. LUCY MAPSTONE 879
The yolk is on you; THE AUTUMN CHILLS MIGHT BE HERE - BUT YOUR WARDROBE CAN STILL BE SUNNY-SIDE-UP, SAYS LIZ CONNOR. LIZ CONNOR 517
they wouldn't show me my face. I remember asking 'it's not that bad is it?'. They were saying 'we're going to fix it.' CARLY LEFT SCARRED BY HOLIDAY HORROR CRASH. Sonia Sharma Reporter sonia.sharma@reachplc.com 667
Thieves who took foodbank van locked up. Katie Collings Reporter katie.collings@reachplc.com 696
TOON CHIEFS BACK BRUCE; LEE RYDER. 257
Tractor Boys make sure Sol has Blues; LEAGUE ONE. 362
Transport time for a. Darren Kelso Reporter darren.kelso@reachplc.com 649
travel buzz; THE LATEST NEWS FROM THE WORLD OF TOURISM. 232
travel buzz; the latest news from the world of tourism. 214
Visitors caught napping as the Moors fire five; SPENNYMOOR 5 GLOUCESTER 1 MANARAMA NATIONAL LGE NTH. 550
Wacokecoke: Scoreboard will take care of itself if we play it right against Pirates. Mark Smith 629
Waddle offers solution to goal drought. 357
Wales on bring of their first ever final. 136
WATCH AT HOME three to see; Missed it at the cinema or on TV? We round up the best streaming and DVD releases of the week. 320
We deserved to win game after all our effort - Parky. 447
We took it to 'the God of rugby' JONES DELIGHTED AS ENGLAND PUT ALL BLACKS TO THE SWORD. 840
Wearsiders come crashing back to earth at Shrews; SHREWSBURY ................................... .1 SUNDERLAND ...............................0. JAMES HUNTER at Montgomery Waters Meadow 901
Wearsiders must not fluff lines. 343
What a fight . . and what a night; Fight CLUB CRAIG JOHNS BREAKS THE FIRST RULE. 701
Woodman is relishing derby day. CHRIS KNIGHT 372
WOODY - WE LACKED EDGE. PHILIP TALLENTIRE 301
You can do more the longer you live - the best motto is not to waste things... Sir David Attenborough has long encouraged others to care for the natural world - but only now does he feel his plea has been heard. He tells GEMMA DUNN he is overjoyed to see the message is finally getting through. GEMMA DUNN 1125
Young guns rose to occasion for Rioch when the chips were down. Eric Paylor 1237

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