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Articles from The Chronicle (Newscastle upon Tyne, England) (July 14, 2019)

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All the North East schools rated inadequate by Ofsted in 2019; Ofsted inspectors are constantly visiting schools across the North East, with results announced on a rolling schedule throughout the year. 792
Dylan McGeouch's escape route is blocked, so will someone else have to leave Sunderland's midfield? Black Cats manager Jack Ross may get his wish to keep Dylan McGeouch, but what will it mean for the balance of his squad? 662
Fancy your own enclosed garden and bespoke staircase? Look around this beautiful Low Fell home; This stone built house in Low Fell is believed to have origins dating back to the 19th century, but has a very modern feel on the inside. 376
How South Shields have put play-off agony behind them as they gear up for fresh promotion push; Graham Fenton has been pleased with his squad's attitude in pre-season. 617
Jack Ross' Sunderland transfer business looks like an attempt to find his winning St Mirren formula; After failing to get Sunderland promoted last term, Jack Ross' transfer business so far shows signs of trying to recreate what made him a success at St Mirren. 1399
Killer Stephen Unwin appeals against conviction for brutal murder of Killingworth mum; Move announced as he bids to claw back his cash - days after ChronicleLive revealed he and co-killer William McFall were granted over [pounds sterling]250k in legal aid. 336
Newcastle United legend Bob Moncur joins Magpies squad in China; United are in China for the Asia Trophy, taking on Wolves on Wednesday. 207
Northern mum finds ingenious way of turning parenting into profit - and Abbey Clancy is a fan; It's no wonder she's nominated for a [pounds sterling]10,000 Yorkshire Bank cash prize... 648
Plans to convert Ouseburn music hub into offices approved as venue continues search for new home; Independent music venue Little Buildings closed in April, and is still searching for new premises as its old home turns into an office. 369
Snowmen, Xmas trees and underwear: The rubbish left behind as students leave Newcastle for summer; Streets in Heaton and Jesmond were strewn with overflowing wheelie bins, bulging bin bags and piles of waste as the academic year came to an end. 723
Sunderland man arrested after being caught with sex worker in his campervan; The Sunderland kerb crawler had made a trip all the way to Teesside - but was caught in a police sting. 438
The Proclaimers Mouth of the Tyne stage times for Sunday concert at Tynemouth Priory; The Proclaimers are the final headliners for this year's Mouth of the Tyne festival on Sunday. 231
The Ship Inn in Newcastle serves our reviewer a good old-fashioned Sunday roast; Eddy and Mrs Eats make a return visit to review Benton's Ship Inn and find everything is still shipshape. 694
The type of striker Steve Bruce just loves to sign ahead of Newcastle United goal hunt; The Magpies need to address the lack of goals in the squad this summer. 805
This cruel thug held his ex-partner's face on oven hob and took part in armed raid at her home; David Ingram, of Newcastle, left his ex living in fear by assaulting her and donning a balaclava to take part in a raid during which a noxious substance was sprayed. 959

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