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

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'The exclusivity stage has not been reached': Newcastle United's takeover saga and boycott calls; Newcastle United remain for sale and, although the Bin Zayed Group have registered an interest in the club, a takeover is yet to materialise. 1507
'The Metro did us proud': Council chief praises staff for keeping city moving during Spice Girls concert at Stadium of Light; Sunderland City Council were thrilled with the Metro network's performance. 555
'Troubled' HMP Durham inmate, 30, found dead in cell; He took his life weeks after telling his mum 'people were going to murder him'. 527
20 things you used to be able to do in Newcastle but can't anymore; Remember these? From kicking your heels at the Cooperage to driving over the High Level Bridge, here's what you CAN'T do now. 1861
Carlos Edwards on his pride for his place in Sunderland history after THAT goal against Burnley; Carlos Edwards made over 50 appearances for Sunderland, but will always remember that goal against Burnley with a great sense of pride. 860
Continuity is key: Duncan Watmore delighted Sunderland stuck with Jack Ross; Jack Ross had been under a little pressure after failing to gain promotion last season at Sunderland. 290
Craig David on Love Island - here's our preview of what's in store as Amy is still fuming with Curtis; Here's first look at Sunday's Love Island when Craig David is a welcome surprise to ease the tensions at the sunshine villa. 281
Crisp and biscuit addict couple who have lost almost 7 stone between them; Super slimmers Norman Jukes and Maggie Kane, from Low Fell, have swapped their fatty foods for chicken, veg and fruit and feel great. 829
Dog owner banned from keeping animals after puppy rescued from 'faeces strewn' home; Mishka the husky was in a 'lean' state when she was rescued from the Wallsend home. 534
Drugs mule caught importing thousands of pounds of cocaine at North Shields ferry terminal; Convicted drugs supplier George Hume was caught with a packet of cocaine when his baggage was searched by Border Force officers. 503
England are out of the World Cup - but if the USA win, this Geordie will be partly responsible; High performance coach Dawn Scott grew up playing football in the streets with the boys because there wasn't a girls' team for her - now she's a key part of a World Cup bid. 932
Foreign Office issues terror warning for Tunisia tourists five years on from Sousse terror attack; The Government has warned there is still a risk of attack targeting British citizens in the North African country. 357
Former Coral betting shop in Durham to be converted into bar and restaurant; Durham County Council approved plans to renovate the vacant premises on Saddler Street. 252
Former Sunderland striker believes that Newcastle United will struggle to hold onto defender Fabian Schar; Former Sunderland man Darren Bent has been sharing his view on the current situation at Newcastle United. 441
Hero nurse saved schoolgirl's life in Majorca hotel as dream holiday turned to horror; Rachel Rose had only received basic life support training from the University of Sunderland just weeks before her life saving skills were dramatically put to the test. 700
Locked up: 26 criminals locked up around the North East in June 2019; We take a look at some of those put behind bars by North East judges last month. 2522
Make this a briliant summer with the help of these activities for children; The #MakeSomethingBrilliant programme will run throughout the summer offering a series of cultural activities, many of them free. 1107
Man facing life in wheelchair still waiting for tribunal 15 months after DWP refuse benefits; John Hinds, who suffers curvature of the spine, has branded the waiting time 'ridiculous'. 715
Mick Martin warns Newcastle United they'll be relegated unless they spend ALL of their transfer kitty; Strong words from ex-Ireland and Newcastle star Mick Martin ahead of the final month of the window. 400
More than 120 inmates transferred from North East prisons to hospital in mental health crisis; Some prisoners have suffered from mental health problems so severe they had to be transferred to hospital for medical care. 719
Musician attacked partially-sighted man, crushed his glasses and broke his dad's jaw - but walks free; Daniel Joyce, of Sunderland, who is hoping to start a Masters degree in music, pleaded guilty to the GBH, assault and criminal damage. 669
New Portsmouth signing Ross McCrorie explains why he turned down late Sunderland offer; Ross McCrorie joined promotion rivals Portsmouth on a season-long loan after a late move from Sunderland. 375
Newcastle United news LIVE: Magpies step up manager search with Charnley back from Europe; Newcastle Utd players are back at Benton as their pre-season gets under way with Neil Redfearn and Ben Dawson in charge. 159
Newcastle United players briefed on where the club stands in manager search after chaotic summer; The Magpies now have no manager after Rafa Benitez left - yet the mood is very different to a similar situation 10 years ago. 592
Ouseburn shipping container village could still be built as councillors give developer second chance; The plans aim to transform the Canvas Works site into a thriving shipping container village. 498
Paradise saved: Wildlife lovers chip in to protect Northumberland upland; Benshaw Moor in Redesdale, described as a paradise for botanists, is now a protected nature reserve after more than half a million pounds raised. 831
Pervert had more than 14,000 'grotesque' indecent images and videos of children - including babies; Gabriel Phoenix, of Ferryhill, was not charged after a paedophile hunter sting but when police examined his computer they found thousands of vile pictures and videos. 765
Raise a glass to Lord Armstrong and his magnificent castle; New beers by Alnwick Brewery celebrate the lasting legacy of William Armstrong, who helped save much-loved Bamburgh Castle from ruin. 566
Residents in notorious Meadow Well estate say they 'still feel safe' after brutal cab attack; People living on notorious estate say violent robbery does not signal a return to the bad old days. 917
Revealed: The key issue Newcastle's managerial targets will demand answers on before joining Magpies; In the latest edition of the Notebook, we provides updates on Newcastle United's managerial search and how the takeover saga is affecting that. 1015
Simon Grayson will return to Sunderland next season as he takes Blackpool manager's job; Simon Grayson has returned to the club he began his managerial career at, replacing Terry McPhillips. 328
Sunderland new boy Conor McLaughlin on settling in, pre-season training and South Shields friendly; Conor McLaughlin joined Sunderland on Monday meaning he was able to link straight up with his new team-mates on the first day of pre-season training. 466
Sunderland reportedly sign 'next Jermain Defoe' after young striker's release from Burnley; Tinashe Chakwana was labelled the next Jermain Defoe and has reportedly signed for Sunderland. 308
Swapping the Foo Fighters and festivals for fish reaps rewards for Martin Charlton; A champion of sustainability and greater choice, Amble's award-winning Old Boat House restaurant is widening its net following a six-figure investment. Travel narrative 1144
Terminally ill made to attend work assessments by DWP if they have more than six months to live; The Government's definition of terminal illness has been slammed as 'outdated, arbitrary and not based on clinical reality'. 966
This beautiful Victorian home was once a rectory - and now it's up for sale; The [pounds sterling]575,000 Jarrow home is on the market with Pattinson. 326
What is the latest on Killingworth Road and when will it reopen fully? Killingworth Road closed two years ago but could reopen this month; Killingworth Road closed two years ago but could reopen this month. 400
What our reviewer made of Atholl Palace Hotel in gorgeous and green Perthshire; The hotel is set in the picturesque hills of Perthshire, in Scotland. 504
You can't underestimate the importance of Ayoze Perez and Salomon Rondon - and they're not cheap to replace; I'm hoping that the new Newcastle United manager gets handed a strong transfer budget because there's some serious work to do. 447

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