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Articles from The Chronicle (Newscastle upon Tyne, England) (March 21, 2019)

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"She had a heart of solid gold"- Family's pain after Sylvia Mallaby was killed by danger driver; The 60-year-old charity worker, of Newcastle, had been returning from her weekly shop when she was struck by a sports car - the driver has now been jailed for six years. 961
'I'll never forgive those players' - Sir John Hall's anger at the way Sir Bobby Robson's time at Newcastle ended; Sir Bobby Robson was sacked as Newcastle United manger in August 2004 but Sir John Hall was not happy with some of the squad. 689
'Some people won't be able to get food' after hard Brexit, warns Gateshead council boss; Coun Gannon also warned that the time of council staff could be taken up dealing with the aftermath of Brexit. 512
[pounds sterling]270m project that has helped transform North East reaches halfway point; Local Growth Fund has supported the Newcastle Eagles Arena and Sunderland's Beacon of Light among a list of projects. 542
10 things to do in Newcastle & the North East including live music, theatre & comedy; Utilita Arena, O2 Academy, SageGateshead, The Stand, Sunderland Empire and Theatre Royal all feature in our pick of the next few weeks' shows. 524
Avoiding relegation is Chris Harris' only focus as Newcastle Falcons prepare for the 'Big One'; The Falcons return to St James' Park on Saturday against Sale Sharks and Harris is excited to return to club rugby after representing Scotland in the Six Nations. 661
Barry's Bargains is selling giant boxes of Angel Delight that make 24 portions! If you're a big fan of Angel Delight you can snap up a giant box of the dessert for just [pounds sterling]1; If you're a big fan of Angel Delight you can snap up a giant box of the dessert for just [pounds sterling]1. 253
Consett pub landlord who served 15-year-old girl alcohol during lock-in loses licence; Craig Elsdon, 41, lost his job at the Grey Horse in Consett as a result of the incident. 360
Family fined [pounds sterling]200 when father's funeral overruns by 14 SECONDS; A mourner using walking sticks meant it took longer to clear the chapel. 1195
First footage from the scene of large fire at Dixy Chicken shop in Sunderland; A fire broke out at the fast food restaurant in the city centre in the early hours of Thursday morning. 180
Harry Potter Studio Tour unveils Gringotts Bank attraction; The largest expansion yet at the Watford attraction opens this April. 510
Heartbreak as Newcastle racer Steven Fairbairn dies in accident at Texas 4x4 event; Steven Fairbairn tragically died just two weeks after proposing to his partner. 307
Hospital touched by public generosity after replacing iPads stolen from children's ward; Local residents and companies have pitched in to ensure children are not disadvantaged. 388
How to earn [pounds sterling]40k by dressing like a Disney Princess; Twin girls need a new nanny, and they need to dress up like a different Disney Princess every month. 502
International Scarface killer found guilty of fifth murder; Mane Driza is known as Tony Montana after Al Pacino's movie crime kingpin. 1205
ISIS bride Shamima Begum's family start legal challenge after she was stripped of UK citizenship; Home Secretary Sajid Javid revoked the teenager's British citizenship over her decision to join ISIS in 2015. 282
Lorraine Kelly wins HMRC tax case worth [pounds sterling]1.2 million; A tribunal judge ruled she was NOT an employee of ITV as part of the case. 391
Luke O'Nien banking on Sunderland's big-game experience to make the difference in run-in; Luke O'Nien believes the experience in the Black Cats ranks will hold sway in the final ten matches of a big season for them. 760
Luke O'Nien glad to lay Wembley disappointment to rest but now he wants a Sunderland win; Luke O'Nien has experienced the disappointment of missing a Wembley final before but now he is going to one, he is determined to win it for the fans. 663
Luxury flats plan could finally get green light amid bitter row between council and developer; The plan - for flats near Central Station in Newcastle city centre - will be examined on Friday. 585
Man driven 'crackers' by noise from neighbours - which no one else can hear; Neighbours are embroiled in a dispute over the mystery nighttime racket. 511
Mike Ashley renews bid to take control of Debenhams; The Newcastle United owner's last demand for a general meeting was rejected under a technicality. 416
More than half of Universal Credit claimants have money deducted from benefit payments; Deductions are automatically taken from benefits when a claimant has a debt to pay, but an MP argues they're cruel and force a reliance on foodbanks. 384
Nationwide manhunt launched for rape suspect; A woman, 32, was left with serious injuries following the attack. 249
Neo-Nazi suspect 'entered Miss Hitler contest to draw new National Action members'; Alice Cutter is alleged to have entered in a bid to attract new members to a far-right extremist group. 573
Newcastle set to be as hot as Spain as warm air sweeps across the UK; It is set to be a very mild day on Thursday with warm sunshine and bright conditions forecast. 262
Newcastle United relieved to hear Paul Dummett gets through Wales game unscathed; Paul Dummett gets ready for Wales' clash with Slovakia after putting in battling display for Wales. 274
North Tyneside is facing foster care crisis - because they are underpaid; A shortage of foster carers in the borough is leading to issues meeting demand. 504
Oh me, oh my - George Formby ukuleles fetch whopping prices at auction; Formby superfan George Johnson bought two ukuleles for [pounds sterling]8 and [pounds sterling]14; they sold for thousands as his impressive collection went under the hammer. 849
Orchestra to play the Greatest Hits of ABBA at Newcastle's Wylam Brewery; Rogue Symphony will take to the stage at Wylam Brewery to perform classics from ABBA's back catalogue. 307
People in Newcastle aren't recycling properly and it costs the council [pounds sterling]15,000,000; Council bosses have warned that collecting and disposing of the 141,000 tonnes of waste produced in Newcastle every year is a 'huge cost'. 580
Shamima Begum's family in legal bid over citizenship decision; The runaway schoolgirl was one of three British teenagers to leave Bethnal Green to join the terror cult in 2015. 516
Should e-cigarettes be banned to protect young people? Ban would 'drive more people back to smoking'; Ban would 'drive more people back to smoking'. 748
Stark warning over some Brits not being 'able to get food' after Brexit; Council leader Martin Gannon, based in Gateshead, revealed some in the UK simply do not have the resources to deal with the "ravages" of a hard Brexit. 990
Survey finds drivers are returning to old ways of using mobiles behind the wheel; Tougher penalities aren't having the desired impact. 434
Temperatures rise to 16C as UK enjoys dry spell; The sun is also expected to break out as well. 197
The 6 key games which transformed Newcastle United's season - and has the Magpies on brink of safety; Rafa Benitez's Newcastle United side headed into November without a victory, yet they are now just one win away from safety with seven games to go. 1921
The Everything is Black and White Podcast - Sir John Hall talks about Newcastle United; Sir John Hall speaks to The Everything is Black and White Podcast about his time as owner of Newcastle United. 270
Theatre where Robson Green first made his name hosts new talent festival; Elevator Festival event at Newcastle's Live Theatre offers the public the chance to see the stars of tomorrow. 625
Twenty firefighters tackle blaze at Dixy Chicken shop in Sunderland city centre; People are being asked to avoid the area as emergency services remain on scene. 212
Why Christian Atsu has been singled out for special praise by Newcastle manager Rafa Benitez; Newcastle United winger Christian Atsu has found himself out of the Magpies starting XI since Miguel Almiron arrived in January. 664
World Down's Syndrome Day - think you know about Down's Syndrome? This video may make you re-think; 'Wouldn't Change a Thing' has produced a video which challenges outdated stereotypes about people with Down's Syndrome. 220

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