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Articles from The Chronicle (Newscastle upon Tyne, England) (February 6, 2019)

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'The towne is environed with a strong thick wall, having seven gates with many towers and turrets'; How extremely rare book Chorographia describes Newcastle 370 years ago. It will be sold this week, alongside the first ever book printed in the town. 1033
Callous thief swindled more than [pounds sterling]100,000 from dying war hero mother-in-law; Ian Downs, 66, has admitted pocketing [pounds sterling]95,000 from Mary Garvey before claiming a further [pounds sterling]20,000 after her death. 699
Do you use this hidden motorway lane? Many drivers will not be aware of its existence; Many drivers will not be aware of its existence. 225
Durham restaurants lose licences over illegal worker concerns; In August last year, two sites under the Lebaneat chain were visited by the Home Office with illegal workers found at the North Bailey and Claypath sites. 584
Emotional tributes to four children killed in fire; The blaze happened at their family home in Stafford. 867
Gateshead pub hit with [pounds sterling]50,000 fine over a sign advertising cheap pints and karaoke; Gateshead Council took Whickham House to court over a sign which was put up without planning permission - and the fine for the landlord is staggering. 348
Health Lottery: Simon Cowell pleads for change in rules to help charities; SIMON COWELL has made an impassioned plea for the Government to step in to save endangered charities that help the most vulnerable. The X Factor judge called for rules to be changed to boost society lottery jackpots to [pounds sterling]1million so millions more can be handed to good causes each year. Simon said: "It's only a win-win. There's no argument to not do it.". 490
How a coughing fit left this man in an agonising wait for back surgery; Phil Crulley, 53, from Cramlington, was bedbound and in so much pain before teaming up with surgeon Cyrus Jensen who gave him the operation he needed. 799
How Newcastle youngster Yannick Toure's hard work off the pitch is reaping rewards on it; Toure scored twice as Newcastle under-23s beat Blyth Spartans 7-2 in the Northumberland Senior Cup quarter-finals and manager Ben Dawson was full of praise for the Swiss forward. 472
Ice-cool Sean Longstaff has been unbelievable for Newcastle and long may it continue; Longstaff has taken his opportunity in the Newcastle side and has performed outstandingly well, says Mick Quinn. 463
James Mulheron on his shot at redemption with Bellator and dropping to light-heavyweight; James Mulheron made it to UFC and was ranked as the UK's number 1 heavyweight, now at a new weight he must prove himself again, this time with Bellator. 924
Jerome Sinclair admits pressure of playing for huge club Sunderland affected him; Jerome Sinclair could line up against Sunderland on Saturday after joining Oxford United on loan for the rest of the season. 457
Lidl takes on Aldi with lookalike The White Company candle collection; Aldi's luxury Jo Malone-inspired candle and diffuser range is already a big hit with shoppers. 246
Man chokes wild mountain lion to death in self-defence; The attack happened in the US State of Colorado. 365
Newcastle city centre pub Lady Grey's in bid to stay open past 3am; The owners of Lady Grey's want to add an extra hour to the popular pub's alcohol licence. 435
Newcastle United's position on current [pounds sterling]30 away-ticket cap revealed ahead of Premier League meeting; Premier League clubs will convene for a shareholders' meeting on Thursday - with Newcastle United officials set to be present. 674
Newcastle's win over Manchester City felt season defining - now there's lots to be positive about; The events of the last week, both on the pitch and off the pitch, have left me feeling positive, says Mick Quinn. 574
North of Tyne mayor's salary has been signed off - but is it value for money? Critics have complained that the cost of the mayor was hard to justify because their powers will be limited; Critics have complained that the cost of the mayor was hard to justify because their powers will be limited. 555
Nurse who helped killer flee scene convicted of manslaughter; Julie Wass, 48, drove her some-time lover away from the scene of the crime. 489
Once Upon A Tyneside - young people to tell their stories about growing up in the region; It is hoped the Our City Our Story event hosted at the Live Theatre next month will help shape young people's future. 586
Ovarian cyst surgery is often unnecessary, say researchers; Ovarian cysts are very common and may cause pelvic pain and bloating. 305
Sean Longstaff welcomes midfield competition after 'amazing' spell in Newcastle's starting XI; Longstaff has profited from injuries to Magpies midfielders Mo Diame, Jonjo Shelvey and Ki Sung Yueng and has been a revelation in 2019. 844
Sunderland firm Tombola banned from I'm a Celebrity app; The Advertising Standards Agency is concerned that not enough care has been taken to stop children seeing the firm's ads. 553
Sunderland's Will Grigg on THAT song as he aims to fire up the Black Cats' promotion bid; Will Grigg's famous terrace tune is bound to follow him to Sunderland and he is looking forward to hearing it at the Stadium of Light. 269
The great northern exchange rate - [pounds sterling]1 in London worth [pounds sterling]1.17 up north; New research suggests 'Northern Pound' is a growing phenomenon. 588
The next thing to worry about from Brexit - no au pairs? Butlers, valets, and house servants are all under threat; Butlers, valets, and house servants are all under threat. 574
There could be a new mini golf opening in the Metrocentre; Two restaurant units could be transformed into a mini golf course in the Gateshead shopping centre. 225
Tories accused of breaking promise to end austerity as council funding falls yet again; Central funding for Newcastle City Council will fall by [pounds sterling]7million this year while council tax rises. 790
Westerhope Golf Club stewardess who stole almost [pounds sterling]12,000 from her bosses walks free; Joanne Wright, of West Denton, appeared at Newcastle Crown Court after admitting a charge of theft, which took place at the golf club in Newcastle in 2017. 502
Why increase in National Trust membership fees is good news for the North East; Northumberland projects among those to benefit from extra funds raised from increase in National Trust membership fees. 753
Will Grigg has come to score goals and get Sunderland promoted - and he believes he can; Will Grigg expects to be on fire in front of goal sooner rather than later after completing a [pounds sterling]3m deadline-day move from Wigan Athletic. 698
Will Grigg insists his [pounds sterling]4m pricetag will not be a millstone around his neck; Sunderland set a new League One record fee when they bought Will Grigg but the striker says he does not feel under any extra pressure. 683
Will Grigg on what it is like to be an in-demand striker stuck in a deadline-day transfer scramble; Sunderland spent a month trailing goalscorer Will Grigg, but had to wait until the last hours of the transfer window to sign him. He tells us what that was like. 913
Xanax drug - which council says is on the rise in North East - 'linked to 204 deaths' since 2015; BBC figures show Xanax is connected 204 deaths, most of which are in Scotland, while counterfeit versions of the drug are being smuggled into UK. 390
You can now buy a Metroland mug that is the perfect Valentine's Day present for a Geordie; Metroland sadly is no more but it spirit lives on in a Valentine mug that should send Geordie hearts aflutter. 265

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