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Articles from The Chronicle (Newscastle upon Tyne, England) (March 24, 2016)

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13 ways to tell when your burger obsession is getting out of hand - sponsored feature; We talk to burger experts Fat Hippo on just how addictive their burgers can be. WARNING, graphic burger content! - sponsored feature. 567
A191 Benton roadworks: Work to improve Whitley Road and Front Street to start on Monday; The [pounds sterling]1.5m roadworks scheme aims to reduce peak-time congestion on the busy North Tyneside road. 473
Adam Johnson sentence: Star's sister has said she will not be in court today to see Johnson jailed; Faye Johnson took to Facebook to say neither she nor Johnson's ex-partner Stacey Flounders will be at Bradford Crown Court on Thursday. 385
Boyzone star Shane Lynch to star in his first ever Tyneside panto this Christmas; Singer Shane Lynch is set to play a baddie in pantomime this year but at which theatre and what's next on the cards for Boyzone? 538
Brussels: Missing David Dixon texted aunt to say he was safe after first blasts, then disappeared; Former Newcastle University student David Dixon is believed to have been on the Metro system at the time of the Brussels blast. 347
Byron Burger opens a new Gateshead branch today at the Metrocentre; Byron Burger opens today at intu Metrocentre having proved a huge success since opening a branch in Newcastle City Centre. 264
Eighties pop act Johnny Hates Jazz to headline new free Northumberland music event; Northumberland Live in Bedlington will take place this summer and will feature Johnny Hates Jazz as headliners. 380
Fears the North East could lose billions in cash, power and influence as devolution talks stall; A decision over whether to create a mayoral authority like Manchester and Liverpool has been shelved, throwing the devolution deal into doubt. 589
Funding joy for Whitley Bay Spanish City Dome - now what is in store for its exciting future? Celebrations all round after [pounds sterling]3.7m funding for the restoration of the Spanish City in Whitley Bay is given from the Herritage Lottery Fund; Celebrations all round after [pounds sterling]3.7m funding for the restoration of the Spanish City in Whitley Bay is given from the Herritage Lottery Fund. 682
Good Friday recipes: Make your fish dinner more exciting with these tasty recipes; It's tradition to have fish on Good Friday, and you can make your mealtime more exciting with these delicious dishes. Recipe 1384
How late Northumberland author Paul Torday's last unfinished book got published; Piers Torday, the award-winning children's writer, tells of the "detective work" which lies behind The Death of an Owl. 1130
Increased border checks after Brussels attacks 'likely to last around two weeks'; Controls have been "stepped up" at checkpoints staffed by British officials. 599
Kenton shop fire was started by eight-year-old arsonists Northumbria Police confirm; Firebugs too young to face criminal charges after former fish and chip shop in Kenton, Newcastle, was destroyed in blaze. 359
Man to appear in court charged with killing an 87-year-old Sunderland pensioner; A North East man is to appear in court charged with manslaughter following the death of an 87 year old woman more than a year ago. 210
NETPark business Ascarii announces plans for 500% growth through international trade; Cloud-based business software provider Ascarii will also create new jobs as it works with clients such as SABMiller. 419
Newcastle campaigners protest against plans to convert state schools into academies; Critics say the plans will create competition between schools but the Government argues academies drive up standards. 550
Newcastle firm QuantuMDx announces success in [pounds sterling]1.7m TB testing project; QuantuMDx has been involved in research to find methods for making sputum sample collection and preparation easier. 442
Newcastle United had to make a managerial change - and Rafa Benitez is a 'coup' for the club; Bob Moncur, Newcastle Untied director, says life was always tough for Steve McClaren from the moment the crowd turned. 425
Newcastle United's secret summer signing is now wanted by two Premier League clubs; Ghana-born left-back Gideon Adu-Peprah has made progress this season but is being eyed by Leicester and Swansea. 244
Newcastle's Premier League flops could be forced to help the club back from the Championship; Newcastle United chiefs may not have much sympathy for some of the club's big-earners who have put the club in danger of going down. 498
Nile Ranger's makes an extraordinary claim about Newcastle United: I can do better than current crop; Newcastle United ended Nile Ranger's contract back in March 2013, and he has not played since November 2014 - but he is still sure of his own talent. 421
North East's top young business talent is unveiled in our 35 under 35 list; Our second 35 under 35 list reveals the ones-to-watch in the world of North East business. 183
Orders open for new Volvo V90 estate; Volvo's elegant new estate is on sale, with deliveries due in the autumn. 261
Rafa Benitez reveals how he intends to try to resolve Newcastle's chronic injury problems; Newcastle United regularly top the Premier League's 'injury table', and Rafa Benitez is looking to make subtle changes to alter that. 488
See the stunning pictures taken by Tourette's sufferer Paul Stevenson after appearing on TV; Paul, from Berwick, was featured on BBC2 Employable Me and showed off his stunning photographic work which he hopes to turn into a profession. 487
South Shields college student intimidated teenager into engaging in sexual activity with him; Connor Wormersley pressured the girl into seeing him and left her frightened of what would happen if she didn't do what he wanted. 377
Spectacular views and wildlife await; Anna Burnside explores the wonders of Mull and other beautiful islands in the Outer Hebrides. 865
Sunderland's Sam Allardyce explains why English football will suffer after loan rule change; The Football League's emergency loan system ends today, and Sam Allardyce believes that will hamper the development of homegrown talent. 550
The morning news headlines: Security chiefs meet in Brussels amid hunt for 'man in white', Paris bomb maker was one of Brussels airport suicide attackers; The latest news from around the world. 1254
Tyne Tunnel price hike for cars and lorries to come into force in May; Crossing through Tyne Tunnel is to cost more for motorists as council bosses look set to approve a price hike. 254
Verenki Goneva signing shows players want to join Newcastle Falcons, says Dean Richards; The signing of Verenki Goneva is 'a compliment to the coaches and players' at Newcastle Falcons, says director of rugby Dean Richards. 554
Why the devolution debacle is another bloody nose for George Osborne; There are good reasons for rejecting a mayor-led authority - but that doesn't mean we're better off without one, argues Jon Walker. 579
Your School News: A dance masterclass, trip to Downing Street, Olympic visitor and much more; School news of all kinds written by you, just fill out the form to tell us about your school too! 1539

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