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Articles from The Chronicle (Newscastle upon Tyne, England) (July 10, 2015)

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'Groom' jailed for part in sham marriage gang was caught with an indecent image of a child; Police found the picture on Muhammad Hanif's mobile phone when he was arrested for his part in two attempted bogus weddings. 459
10 things you need to know if you want to retire abroad - sponsored feature; Jo Jackson of wealth management firm, Brewin Dolphin, casts her expert eye over the implications of retiring abroad - sponsored feature. 1530
75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain celebrated with flypast; The Queen led the nation in remembering the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain enjoying a flypast over Buckingham Palace and the capital. 398
Baltic exhibition by Fiona Tan stirs up memories of Jonah the whale; A major exhibition by renowned artist Fiona Tan focuses on Newcastle's forgotten status as a whaling port. 1161
Bishop Auckland 'pub sex' couple Lee Hopps and Hayley McClory admit public order offence; Lee Hopps and Hayley McClory were pepper-sprayed by police after a barman allegedly caught them in a pub toilet in Bishop Auckland. 378
Bishop Auckland couple Lee Hopps and Hayley McClory in court over 'pub toilet sex'; Lee Hopps and Hayley McClory were pepper-sprayed by police after a barman allegedly caught them in a pub toilet in Bishop Auckland. 129
Blyth shoppers 'saddened' at move of strongman Willie Carr's statue from central spot; Keel Row Shopping Centre bosses say the relocated bronze sculpture will now take pride of place in revamped area in Blyth. 524
Children encouraged to Release the Fun! at Wallington in Northumberland; The National Trust is encouraging youngsters to Release the Fun! at Wallington through a new interactive display. 538
Chronicle readers react to the Tyne and Wear Metro's 'best modern building' award; The transport system beat competition from Newcastle Quayside and the Byker Wall to be named the winner - but you are not so sure. 378
County Durham rock band OFFPEAK set to release debut single; Four-piece OFFPEAK release Feelings Stay The Same at special launch gig at O2 Academy Newcastle on July 18. 681
Delaval Brewery Limited ceases trading as liquidator is appointed; The directors cite a raft of reasons for Delaval Brewery's failure, including insufficient funds for a marketing campaign. 543
Doctor Who stars shine at Comic-Con in the United States; The cast of the long-running science fiction show lifted the lid on some of the Time Lord's new adventures at a special session at Comic-Con in the United States. 183
Durham County FA News: A new season and exciting workshops; JOHN TOPPING, Company Secretary of the Durham County Football Association looks to an exciting season. 591
Elswick pervert leered at and touched breast of university student at bus stop; Failed asylum seeker Abdul Ibrahim was given a community order after admitting sexual assault at North Tyneside Magistrates' Court. 574
Extra tickets released for One Direction gigs at the Metro Radio Arena Newcastle; Let's hope Harry Styles can keep it together for the three gigs on Tyneside - after taking a tumble on the opening date of the US tour. 205
Famous ice cream makers to operate new snack kiosk in Whitley Bay; Di Meo's will start serving up its award-winning ices on Watts Slope - but the creation of the kiosk has been controversial. 626
Fenham postman Alan Williamson jailed for eight years after stabbing his wife; Alan Williamson almost killed Justine Williamson at their Fenham home by plunging a knife into her chest and abdomen because she was leaving him. 822
Fiancee of Sunderland dad recalls moment he was wrenched from her grasp and drowned; Jo Wardle tried to rescue Alex Hardy after he slipped into the water off the North East coast - and is now backing a new RNLI campaign. 676
Former eyesore hotel site in Whitley Bay could be revamped with new houses; Some 14 townhouses could be built on the old High Point Hotel plot in Whitley Bay if planners give the proposal the green light. 403
Former Sunderland player Jordan Henderson joins Lionel Messi on the FIFA 16 cover; Liverpool midfielder Jordan Henderson won a public vote to star on the cover of the popular video game alongside the Barcelona star. 184
Freezing North Sea welcomes Tonga's Taione Vea to Newcastle Falcons; Tongan prop Taione Vea has revealed how his three weeks as a Newcastle Falcon have involved punishing afternoons in the North Sea. 622
Gateshead 0-1 Newcastle match report: Cisse penalty seals narrow win for Steve McClaren; Read Lee Ryder's final whistle match report from Newcastle United's pre-season friendly win over Gateshead at the International Stadium. 567
Gateshead FC get ready to run in 'great test' against Newcastle United; Gateshead expect to do a lot of chasing against Newcastle United but Malcolm Crosby has challenged his team to express themselves. 474
Gateshead FC have signed Patrick McLaughlin and Simon Ramsden; Malcolm Crosby has boosted his Gateshead squad with the addition of ex-Newcastle United midfielder McLaughlin and former Sunderland defender Ramsden. 143
Gateshead vs Newcastle: All the information you need ahead of tonight's friendly; All the information you need ahead of Newcastle's friendly tonight at Gateshead including a ticket update and team news. 474
Gateshead's ambitions match my own, says midfielder Jimmy Phillips; Jimmy Phillips has joined Gateshead to play a big part in helping the club back into the Football League. 397
Georginio Wijnaldum arrives on Tyneside ahead of medical with Newcastle United; Dutch international Georginio Wijnaldum lands at Newcastle Airport and is whisked away for medical with the Magpies. 170
Georginio Wijnaldum heading to Newcastle for medical and to complete move from PSV; Newcastle United are on the brink of signing goalscoring midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum from Dutch giants V Eindhoven. 225
Georginio Wijnaldum: Five things you need to know about the Dutch international; With the former Feyenoord in Newcastle for a medical we look at the background of the talented number 10. 442
Graeme Whitfield: I agree with George Osborne - how did this happen? Budget is full of give-and-take but measures to introduce a compulsory Living Wage are to be applauded; Budget is full of give-and-take but measures to introduce a compulsory Living Wage are to be applauded. 453
Group who inspired hit film Pride set to lead the Newcastle Pride parade; Lesbians and Gays Support the Miners will lead the community parade from Newcastle Civic Centre to the Town Moor on July 18. 428
Growing frustration among farmers as TB strategy consultation is delay; Chairman of the NFU's regional livestock board, Richard Findlay, says North East could benefit from post-movement testing introduction. 1007
Having a whale of a time at the Baltic with new Depot exhibition; Memories of an unusual fairground attraction have been stirred by the latest exhibition at Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art. 490
Hetton Lyons have not become a bad team overnight, says Allan Worthy; Hetton Lyons head to Stockton with Allan Worthy warning them they must pull their fingers out. 366
Homeless to join Newcastle Muslim community to share Ramadan feast; Tyneside community reaches out to homeless in Newcastle for a sunset feast taking place in the city on Saturday. 389
Horden street attack: CCTV released after attacker broke man's arm and ankle; Durham police have released a CCTV image after a man was attacked on the street in Horden on Wednesday and suffered a broken arm and ankle. 297
How bad is the punctuality record of the Tyne and Wear Metro? The Chronicle takes a look at DB Regio's Metro statistics as the firm is hit with another hefty fine; The Chronicle takes a look at DB Regio's Metro statistics as the firm is hit with another hefty fine. 194
Irish prop Paddy Ryan packs down for Newcastle Falcons on two-year deal; Former Munster, Viadana, London Welsh and Libourne prop Paddy Ryan has added to Newcastle Falcons' options at tight-head prop. 618
Kenton house fire: One person treated for smoke inhalation and shock; A waste bin and laminate flooring was severely damaged in the fire on Thursday night while one person was treated at the scene. 140
Lisbon review: Whitley Bay band play home gig for Mouth of the Tyne Festival 2015; Lisbon performed to an ecstatic crowd at Playhouse Whitley Bay as part of the Mouth of the Tyne Festival. 378
Love & Mercy movie review: All about the Beach Boys' Brian Wilson film and whether it is worth going to see; The new movie all about the Beach Boys' Brian Wilson is set to hit our screens on Friday July, 10. 354
Man arrested after South Shields barber shop robbed by knife-wielding man; Police said no one was injured during the incident at Scotty's Barber Shop, in Green Lane, and extra officers are on patrol in the area. 170
Man risks his life trespassing on train tracks at Millfield and Stadium of Light Metro stations; Britsih Transport Police releases shocking CCTV footage of near miss at Millfield and Stadium of Light Metro stations. 434
Meet Abigail Pogson, new boss of Sage Gateshead; Anthony Sargent's successor at Sage Gateshead explains why she was attracted to the job and a move to the North East. 1212
Meet the moggy family at Newcastle city centre's new cat cafe Mog on the Tyne; The nine furry feline residents of Mog on the Tyne have moved in, weeks ahead of the cat cafe's opening date. 1068
Mini ballerina gets her sparkle back thanks to top teacher; North Tyneside teacher has been nominated for Chronicle Champions Award after proving a lifeline to poorly pupil. 545
Morning news headlines: Brtis flee Tunisia after warning, Planning bid to speed new homes; The latest news from around the world. 820
NE1 Newcastle Motor Show: Aston Martin DB9 GT and Le Mans car join the grid; The full line up of cars in the sponsor's area has been revealed and includes Aston Martins, Bentleys, Porsches, BMWs, Audis and an F1 car. 616
New car road test: Dacia Duster; Jonathan Crouch from caranddriving.com look at the Mercedes-Benz B-Class. 682
New England House in Newcastle sells for [pounds sterling]2.5m; The Ridley Place building, which has four floors of offices as well as retail units, attracted lots of interest. 191
Newcastle could seal deal for Aleksandar Mitrovic in the 'coming hours' according to player's agent; Newcastle United have five year contract on the table for striker who could complete move ahead of Newcastle's trip to the United States. 158
Newcastle Falcons' Juan Pablo Socino draws closer to Argentina debut; Juan Pablo Socino's quest for a first Argentina cap saw a boost when the Newcastle Falcon was named in their 28-man squad to face New Zealand. 356
Newcastle firm searches for Royal Quays Marina restaurant operator; Sanderson Weatherall has been appointed to bring in a high quality restaurant, bar or cafe operator for the development. 384
Newcastle hope to close in on Aleksandar Mitrovic deal with a five year contract on the table for Serbian ace; Newcastle United are closing in on a swoop for 20-year-old with already under way with Anderlecht after opening round of talks. 138
Newcastle to Alicante flight makes emergency landing in Paris due to low water supplies; The 1.05pm departure from Newcastle was forced to stop in Paris due to a limited water supply but the airline has said there were no serious problems. 177
Newcastle United set to field strong side for Gateshead friendly clash on Friday night; New Magpies boss Steve McClaren set to field senior stars as he looks to get pre-season off to a winning start. 137
Newcastle United transfer rumours: Summer finally hotting up for Magpies with pair close; The latest transfer rumours regarding Newcastle - with Wijnaldum close plenty more could be on their way. 523
Newcastle United transfers: Aleksandar Mitrovic's agent Pini Zahavi has arrived on Tyneside; Newcastle United are set to broker two deals in time for their trip to the US, with Georginio Wijnaldum signing and Aleksandar Mitrovic deal close. 188
Newcastle's Exhibition Park re-opens after [pounds sterling]3.2m restoration programme; Revived Exhibition Park is result of a 15-year battle to halt decline of historic green oasis in the centre of Newcastle. 1155
Newcastle's Royal Grammar School wins prestigious business award; RGS wins the "Outstanding Progress Award -- Independent Schools" category at the Education Business Awards in London. 217
North East chef Simon Walsh is back with Longsands Fish Kitchen venture; The Longsands Fish Kitchen is to open shortly in Tynemouth, offering different seafood options. 1329
North East coastal areas to benefit from multi million Government fund; Government extends Coastal Communities Fund with [pounds sterling]90m up for grabs which has already benefited seaside areas in the North East. 415
North East tourists told Tunisian holidays will be cancelled following Foreign Office travel advice; The Association of British Travel Agents has said holiday companies will not travel to Tunisia in line with government advice. 423
North East weather: Clouds clear for hot sunshine on Friday... but thunderstorms looming; The Met Office say hot sunshine is on the way on Friday but are warning of thunderstorms overnight into Saturday and an unsettled Sunday. 239
North East weather: Risk of thunderstorms as heavy rain falls overnight; There could be more thunderstorms on the way as heavy rain is predicted to fall throughout Friday night, putting an end to the warm, dry weather. 204
Northern Powergrid staff to be balloted on industrial action over pay and contract terms; GMB, Unite and Unison join forces to 'stand up and fight' changes affecting professional and administration division. 594
Northumberland FA News: Football for Everyone! CLIVE OLIVER, chief executive officer of the Northumberland FA talks about exclusive Coaching Master classes and more; CLIVE OLIVER, chief executive officer of the Northumberland FA talks about exclusive Coaching Master classes and more. 319
Northumberland journalist Tom Rowley wins fellowship at the USA's Washington Post; Tom Rowley has won a placement on the Washington Post's National Desk after impressing editors across the Altantic. 500
Northumberland's oldest fish and chip shop gets a [pounds sterling]100,000 revamp; Lewis' Fish and Chip shop in Seahouses serves chips made from Newbiggin potatoes and fish caught in the North Sea. 516
Northumberlandia's sleeping lady joins the WI; Cramlington Village Women's Institute planted a tree at the landmark sculpture mark the 100-year celebration of their organisation. 162
On the bottle with Helen Savage: Wine families can be just as complex as human ones; Our resident wine expert offers a once around the intricate family tree of some of our favourite wine varieties. 621
Open air swimming pool planned for David Lloyd Leisure in Newcastle; David Lloyd Leisure in Gosforth, Newcastle, wants to create an outdoor pool, complete with a terrace and sun loungers. 517
Paddy Ryan backed to fulfil potential after completing Newcastle Falcons move; Boss Dean Richards likes what he sees in new signing Paddy Ryan, despite the Irish prop facing a fight for a place in Newcastle Falcons' scrum. 441
Plans for 280 new homes on green belt land in Darras Hall thrown out; Plans for 280 homes on green belt at Darras Hall, in Northumberland, have been thrown out by a government minister. 265
Poet Ian McMillan teams up with Olympic composer and Private Eye cartoonist to tell story of the mysterious Elvet circus train; Ian McMillan, composer Luke Carver Goss and illustrator Tony Husband will perform Last Train to Elvet at Durham Brass on July 18. 467
Ringtons releases special strawberry infusion tea for the summer; Real strawberry pieces have been blended with vanilla for the fruity brew, which would offer the perfect Wimbledon brew. 135
Scotland duty rules out Calum MacLeod as Durham head to Yorkshire; Durham Jets make the NatWest T20 Blast trip to Headingley tonight, facing Yorkshire without Scotland batsman Calum MacLeod. 445
Steve McClaren eager to give Newcastle United fans something to shout about; Steve McClaren lost his voice during an open training session at Newcastle yesterday as fans wait for positive news on signings. 699
Steve McClaren has made a very bold statement - Newcastle United cannot leave him hanging; Newcastle United are looking to sign three or four [pounds sterling]10m men according to head coach Steve McClaren - that would be something different. 858
Sunderland AFC transfer rumours: Two wingers linked to Black Cats as alternatives to Lens; All the latest transfer gossip surrounding Sunderland with the club targeting a new attacking left winger. 365
Sunderland need to find themselves a playmaker to make this summer a real success; Sunderland's need for someone to control the play and possession is absolutely critical to Dick Advocaat's plans next year. 344
Sunderland new boy Adam Matthews admits his first week on Wearside has been a blur; Adam Matthews' move from Celtic came out of the blue, but now he is aiming to make his mark in the Premier League with Sunderland. Travel narrative 622
Sunderland's Emanuele Giaccherini aiming for a fresh start on Wearside; Emanuele Giaccherini hopes his injury problems are finally over, and he can make up for lost time at Sunderland. 356
Take That secretly recorded at Newcastle's Blast Recording Studio; Gary Barlow, Howard Donald and Mark Owen dropped in to the Blast Recording Studio in Ouseburn. 440
The Journal launches Northern Powerhouse business breakfast event; Powerhouse Minister James Wharton will be keynote speaker at event to discuss Government's flagship policy for the North. 451
The Newcastle United years: 1972-73 and the Toon deliver real entertainment; We recall the Newcastle United story season-by-season and the life and times of St James' Park. 527
The Pudding Parlour up for a Northern Independent Retail Awards 2015; The family run business, which has shops in Hexham, Morpeth, Prudhoe and in Fenwicks is up for the Best Dessert Outlet. 381
Third time lucky for Duke of Northumberland's business venture at Lesbury; The Duke of Northumberland's business venture has finally been given the go-ahead for new homes at Lesbury. 476
Top chefs team up with Durham Cathedral for an eighteenth century feast, with a modern twist; An authentic Georgian three-course dinner will be served up in the medieval Undercroft Restaurant in the World Heritage Site. 343
Tunisia condemns British call for tourists to leave immediately; UK tourists urged to leave Tunisia by Foreign Office following intelligence a terrorist attack is highly likely. 636
Tunisia terror warning: All you need to know about the threat and advice on getting home; From what the threat warning actually means to what holidaymakers need to know about flights home. 738
Tyne and Wear Metro 'not good enough' and is fined [pounds sterling]271,000 for delays; Transport chief Nick Forbes says firm's record is 'not good enough' but Lib Dems say Nexus and North East Combined Authority are also accountable. 678
Tynemouth flats built to withstand Nazi raids undergo [pounds sterling]2m refurbishment; Affordable homes provider Home Group is working with contractor T Manners, of Bishop Auckland, on the two-year project. 367
Used car review: Honda Jazz (2011 to 2015); Jonathan Crouch and Andy Enright from caranddriving.com looks at the Honda Jazz (2011 to 2015). 992
Viral Effect digital agency seeks to double turnover as it targets new sectors; Teesside firm to take on more staff, including a business development officer, as it hones it customer engagement services. 541
Watch Little Mix perform an acoustic version of Black Magic in Newcastle; Happy 22nd birthday to Perrie Edwards today and to celebrate here's our video of Little MIx singing an acoustic Black Magic in Newcastle. 134
What was the North East like when the class of 2015 was born? Year 11s are celebrating turning 16 and leaving school with their proms this month - but what was going on in the world when they were born? 140

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