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Articles from The Chronicle (Newscastle upon Tyne, England) (September 20, 2018)

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'How can you stoop so low?' - Disgust after intruder broke into residents' rooms at Blyth care home; Tattooed man branded 'scum' by daughter of dementia sufferer. 457
100 years ago, the Spanish Flu killed millions - and thousands died in the North East; BBC Two will be marking the centenary of the Spanish Flu pandemic with a drama-documentary next week. 859
A 'nightbus' will run until 3am from this weekend in Newcastle - and it is MUCH cheaper than a taxi; The previously scrapped service will return this Friday with late buses running until from Newcastle City Centre to various parts of the city. 245
Ayoze Perez knows there is no hiding place for Newcastle ahead of Palace test; Ayoze Perez was Newcastle United's top scorer last season with 10 goals as he helped guide the team into the top half but has struggled so far. 319
Community wins battle over historic Chopwell pub's future amid drug violence warnings; Plans to turn the Chopwell Hotel into flats have been rejected by Gateshead Council. 513
Courtney Hadwin from County Durham misses out on America's Got Talent crown; The 14-year-old from Hesleden finished sixth in the biggest talent show in the US. 416
Crystal Palace vs Newcastle - the Everything is Black and White podcast preview; The Chronicle Live Newcastle team look ahead to Newcastle United's trip to Selhurst Park. 287
Driver in critical condition after becoming trapped under another car in serious crash in Wallsend; The 56-year-old man is fighting for his life after he was rescued from underneath the car he collided with on Station Road in Wallsend. 277
Drug factory containing 293 cannabis plants found in six-bedroom house on Westgate Road; Cannabis farm 'gardener' Long Tran was caught running out of the house when police swooped on a drugs factory in a residential area. 540
George Osborne urges Government to give the North control of its rail services; Former Tory Chancellor criticises Transport Secretary Chris Grayling over rail review. 664
How cheap is Jack's compared to Aldi and Lidl? A grocery basket compared; Tesco have opened a new discount food store called Jack's which they hope will rival Aldi and Lidl. 303
Jack Ross says Sunderland players are missing out on important homework when out injured; Manager Jack Ross says it will take some time for the Black Cats to get up to speed because key players have missed out on important preparation time. 633
Man and child escape with minor injuries after tree falls on car in Alnwick during Storm Ali; A 40-year-old man and young child were taken to hospital after a tree landed on a car they were travelling in on Bondgate Without. 351
Man dies in hospital more than a week after alleged assault outside pub; Iain Lee, of Newton Aycliffe, died at lunchtime on Wednesday in James Cook University Hospital after an incident last Saturday. 254
Marco Polo in Newcastle - an Italian institution which has stood the test of time; Our reviewer visited Marco Polo in the centre of Newcastle in order to sample the Italian food on offer. 818
Newcastle United set to hold St James' Park summit meeting to review recruitment process; Rafa Benitez wants answers on January plus still aims to make tweaks to Under-23 and Under-18 set-up. 493
Newcastle United summer transfer target Christopher Jullien reveals why he stayed at Toulouse; Christopher Jullien was one of a number of centre-backs Newcastle United considered signing following Florian Lejeune's injury. 298
No fear! Sunderland players will be kept on their toes by competition for places; Jack Ross believes competition for places will bring the best out of his players, with no-one now guaranteed a place in his starting XI. 525
North East's fastest growing companies revealed with Fastest 50 list for 2018; The annual list of the region's fastest growing companies has been compiled by law firm Ward Hadaway. Directory 2332
Quayside development with views of Tyne Bridge given green light; A two-storey office block with views of the Tyne Bridge was given the go ahead by Gateshead Council. 499
Top TV historians to gather on Lindisfarne at archaeology festival for Mick Aston; The DigNation festival is expected to attract around 400 people. 826
Warning of torrential rain in the North East - with more windy weather to come; Storm Ali has left the UK but rain and windy weather are still in the forecast with a warning in place for parts of the North East on Thursday. 363
Why Newcastle Preparatory School is the perfect choice; Newcastle Preparatory School provides a warm, caring environment in which children experience success, both academic and extra-curricular, whilst growing in confidence and self-esteem. 1254

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