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Articles from The Chronicle (Newscastle upon Tyne, England) (March 18, 2018)

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'Arrogant' clubber put hand up woman's skirt and felt her knickers in Newcastle bar; A judge described Edward Dixon's sexual assault as a 'grotesque invasion of the victim's privacy'. 381
'It's a shame the position Sunderland are in' - Alex Neil's verdict on Black Cats' struggles; Preston's 2-0 win over Sunderland edged the Black Cats nearer to League One, but Alex Neil gets no pleasure from their stuggles. 339
Ayoze Perez insists the future can be bright under Rafa Benitez; Ayoze Perez says Rafa Benitez can only bring "good things" to Newcastle United. 344
Gateshead's QE Hospital at 70 - where would we be without it? Today it's one of the region's leading hospitals - the Queen Mother officially opened Gateshead's QE 70 years ago; Today it's one of the region's leading hospitals - the Queen Mother officially opened Gateshead's QE 70 years ago. 677
Gender pay gap in North being fuelled by male dominated boardrooms; Female workers are paid far less than men due to the lack of diversity within the top ranks of North East companies. 960
Hero bobby fighting to stop Northumbria Police reviewing his injury payout; David Curry was forced to retire from the force after armed robbers attacked him with a brick on Gateshead High Street. 1176
How the Newcastle Film Festival hopes to create a whole new North East industry; The city's inaugural Newcastle International Film Festival will bring a multitude of benefits to business, organisers say. 1352
Jeremy Corbyn is in a muddle over North of Tyne devolution deal; Speaking to ChronicleLive, the Labour leader failed to back the deal and claimed there's been no agreement, despite progress of NTCA. 520
Lack of funding to blame for increase in class sizes and loss of teachers in North East schools; The Department for Education has disputed the claims made by the School Cuts coalition of unions. 530
Lanchester Group aiming for record year after 11% dip in turnover; Heavy investments and a poor global harvest are among the factors which affected the County Durham group last year. 607
Law firm Short Richardson & Forth look set to take off after 40 years in Newcastle; Newcastle law firm celebrates 40th birthday and reveals plans to expand with new offices in Manchester and Newcastle. 515
Matt Ritchie explains why he believes Newcastle's 21-day gap can actually work in United's favour; Newcastle United winger Matt Ritchie has been enjoying the Magpies' four-day training camp in Spain. 431
Newcastle from above: Aerial pictures from the 1920s reveal striking differences to the city today; The pictures, part of the Aerofilms Collection, feature in a new book Newcastle: Unique Images from the Archives of Historic England. 447
Newcastle's bar and restaurant scene is booming, with bars opening faster than London; The number of licensed bars and restaurants in Newcastle is now growing at a much faster rate than London. 456
Rafa Benitez has a grand plan for Newcastle United but club yet to open talks for a new deal; Rafa Benitez wants to build long-term project at Newcastle United but awaits contact from owner. 374
Rafa Benitez names interesting Newcastle United line-up for friendly game in Spain; Magpies to give youngsters their opportunity against Royal Antwerp today. 253
Row over refund from energy company which took over from bust supplier; Future Energy no longer trading but successor should have paid money owed to customer. 354
Some people will admire Jeremy Corbyn's refusal to accept the official line about Russia; Corbyn has been mocked for raising the issue of Iraq and weapons of mass destruction, but some people will agree with him. 448
Sunday Times names Britain's best place to live: It's not in the North East, but it's not far away; Tynemouth had been in the running for the Sunday Times' Best Place to Live in 2018, and was named the winner for the North East. 438
Sunderland 0-2 Preston North End analysis: Without belief, the Black Cats have no chance; The Wearsiders know their own limitations rather to well, which is why they so often limply surrender as soon as they concede first in games. 911
Sunderland suspend Darron Gibson after midfielder is charged with drink driving; The Ireland international was involved in a collision in Fulwell on Saturday morning, his club says. 246
Take a look at the new Antony Gormley sculpture which could be coming to Newcastle; A planning application has been submitted by Newcastle University to install the iron sculpture this summer. 447
Why MP Laura Pidcock says getting more women into top boardroom jobs doesn't really help; MP Laura Pidcock says the focus on getting more women into top jobs misses the point. 552
Work is under way to turn these historic buildings in North Shields into apartments; Almost 30 homes will be built in Northumberland Square as part of a major regeneration scheme. 426

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