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Articles from The Chronicle (Newscastle upon Tyne, England) (August 16, 2019)

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'Disruptive and reckless' protest could endanger lives of elderly and disabled tower block residents; The council housing provider has slammed a 'disruptive and reckless' idea to block its phone lines in a protest against budget cuts to a concierge service. 723
'It was a dream come true to captain Sunderland - but it was time I left' - George Honeyman on Hull move; Former Black Cats captain on his whirlwind move to Hull City. 632
'It's time to move on' - Steve Bruce verdict on Rafa Benitez's Newcastle United comments; The new Magpies boss won't be drawn into a war of words. 302
'Worrying' funding cuts to team that keeps Newcastle's youngsters away from crime; Newcastle's Youth Offending Team has seen its budget slashed by almost a third since 2010, city bosses have confirmed. 750
Activists fear Newcastle's most polluted street could be forgotten in watered-down clean air plan; Redrawn plans to charge vehicles for driving in emissions hotspots on Tyneside were revealed last week, and are more heavily focused on Newcastle city centre. 707
Alim Ozturk has pressed his case for a place in the side, says Jack Ross; Sunderland's Alim Ozturk impressed in the midweek cup win at Accrington Stanley and could keep his place against Portsmouth tomorrow. 375
An electric vehicle charging station is coming to Washington; Dedicated spaces will be provided for drivers looking to charge electric vehicles in Washington. 372
Campaigners keep fighting to save 'last remaining monument' to Sunderland's shipbuilding industry; Part of the Doxford Arch will be demolished ahead of work to the Sunderland Strategic Corridor taking place. 570
Denise Welch defends The 1975 singer Matt Healy after he defies Dubai anti-gay laws by kissing fan; The 1975 played their first show in Dubai, where homosexuality is illegal, and frontman Matt Healy protested the laws by kissing a male fan. 410
End of an era: BT start getting rid of Tyneside's phone boxes; Firm announce some of the 23 it planned to axe in North Tyneside are now on the radar. 325
Fire chiefs urge public to remain vigilant at 'death trap' Hebburn shipyard; Despite proposals to transform the site firefighters have said it doesn't mean the area is safe. 455
Isaac Hayden: Players respected Rafa Benitez but club has to move on under Steve Bruce now; The Newcastle United midfielder has transformed his career after being sent off at Cardiff City last season. 768
ITV announce coverage of La Liga on eve of 2019/20 season; Football fans in the UK and Ireland will be able to watch the La Liga for free. 244
More success for Tyneside's award-winning teenage wildlife photographer; Katy Read's picture of a seal enjoying a snooze on the Farne Island's wins award in the USA, the latest in a series of photography accolades. 533
Mum ordered size ten Pretty Little Thing dress - but it only JUST fit her young daughter; The Manchester-based firm - which sponsors Love Island - has been slammed for 'sending out the wrong image to women'. 551
Newcastle United boss Steve Bruce admits Jetro Willems mistake against Arsenal; The Dutchman was brought on in the second half against the Gunners on the opening day. 213
Newcastle United injury latest as forward faces late test ahead of Norwich clash; Steve Bruce had an update on the Newcastle United injury situation. 175
Plans unveiled to extend rehearsal space at The Little Theatre in Gateshead; The venue has applied for planning permission to extend its top floor so it can provide a rehearsal space over its existing auditorium. 306
Sports complex plan for Thornhill Academy in Sunderland revealed; The planned development also includes a 100-metre running track and separate courts for tennis, basketball and netball. 316
Sunderland must balance creativity and solidity, says Jack Ross; Jack Ross is searching for a way to tighten up his defence without holding his players back when they go forward. 525
Three women deny attacking young mum who was left partially bald in alleged nightclub assault; Donna Goulding, Chloe Cummings and Toni Tyler are accused of assaulting Hollie-Louise Brown at Bubbles nightclub in Ashington. 262
War memorial dedicated to Gateshead soldiers set to be given a facelift; Gateshead Council has granted listed building consent for the restoration of the South African War Memorial on Durham Road in Low Fell. 326
Weekend weather forecast for North East: Everything from sunny spells to showers and blustery winds; Forecasters are predicting 'sunshine and showers' on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, as well as strong blustery winds. 361

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