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  1. Varanda Indian Restaurant staff arrested in Alnwick illegal worker raidRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Chronicle Live

    Two Bangladeshi men were detained after Home Office border officials raided the Varanda eatery on Clayport Street in Alnwick , at 9.20pm on Monday night. One of the illegal workers, aged 25, attempted to escape by a back door as officers entered, but was stopped by an officer covering the rear of the building.

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  2. New Bengal restaurant in Gosforth was torched in arson attack, police believeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Chronicle Live

    The curry house on Gosforth High Street has been forced to close after it was severely damaged in a fire and detectives say they are now treating it as arson The restaurant, on Gosforth High Street , was severely damaged when it went up in flames in the early hours of the morning. The cost of the damage is not yet known but it is likely to be closed for a number of weeks, its owners said.

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  3. 'Computer blunder has left us in limbo'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Shields Gazette

    A FORMER postmaster from South Tyneside who is caught up in a 57,000 accounts row says he has been left in limbo as the fight goes on to claim back his cash. Kevin Carter and his wife Julie, who is registered disabled, were forced to re-mortgage their home after being told they owed the Post Office thousands of pounds.

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  4. Man sent picture of his ex's genitals to her mum in drunken revengeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Shields Gazette

    A MAN who sent an obscene picture of his ex-girlfriend to her "horrified" parents in a drink-fuelled revenge attack has been told he narrowly avoided jail. Christopher Todd, 22, of Langford Drive, Boldon Colliery, forwarded a photograph of the victim's private parts to her mother's mobile phone - along with an abusive text message - to get back at her after she accused him of assaulting her.

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  5. VIDEO: Flying the flag for a Scottish 'No' voteRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Shields Gazette

    POLITICIANS, business leaders and trade unionists in South Tyneside turned out yesterday to fly the flag for a 'No' vote in this week's Scottish referendum. South Shields MP Emma Lewell-Buck and Coun Iain Malcolm, the council's Labour leader, were on hand to appeal to the people of Scotland to reject a vote for independence on Thursday.

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  6. People urged to attend community forumsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Shields Gazette

    A BID has been launched to encourage more people in South Tyneside to attend a meeting at which the future of their community comes under the microscope. There are five Community Area Forums staged monthly across our borough, which are attended by elected representatives, the police, the fire service, community safety teams, anti-social behaviour experts and transport organisation Nexus.

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  7. Grassroots Sport: File your report and pictures using the form belowRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Chronicle Live

    Your sport and team is important to us and we'd like to increase our coverage of grassroots sport in the region. But we can't be everywhere ... which is where you come in We want to publish more grassroots sport ... so if you are part of a club or association, we would like to hear from you.

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  8. New South Tyneside group aims to support parents of premature childrenRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Chronicle Live

    Mums of miracle children are offered support through new group set up at St John's Church Hall, Canning Street, in Hebburn Now the parents of the premature children have formed their own special group in a bid to support each other and share their stories. The Buddy Group has been set up for mums and dads whose babies have been cared for by the Tiny Lives charity.

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  9. Heartless thugs steal bikes belonging to meningitis survivor Tilly Lockey and her two sistersRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Chronicle Live

    The three sisters had been playing together on their bikes at their grandmother Valerie's house in Blackhill, near Consett in County Durham , over the weekend when the cruel theft took place. Tilly and sisters Tia and Lucy-Anna had been on their bikes on Saturday evening and left them in their grandmother's garage on Ritson's Road.

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  10. 16-year-old boy is charged after death of Whitley Bay man Lee DevlinRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Chronicle Live

    Lee, 40, of Charles Avenue, was found with head injuries in a walkway next to Whitley Bay Metro station and was pronounced dead at hospital Lee, 40, was found with head injuries next to a walkway near the town's Metro station and was pronounced dead at North Tyneside Hospital on Friday. Police have now charged a 16-year-old boy with manslaughter, who will appear before North Tyneside Court on Wednesday.

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  11. Community News in Brief: Tuesday, September 16Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Chronicle Live

    Patients at a busy hospital have been given a chance of fighting off flu after staff were given a jab against the illness. Last year the QE Gateshead Trust vaccinated 62.8% of frontline staff and in 2014 is hoping to give 75% of staff the booster.

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  12. North East Weather Forecast: Tuesday, September 16Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Chronicle Live

    Today will start with cloud, mist and hill fog, but conditions will slowly improve inland during the morning to leave an afternoon drier and brighter than Monday. Most areas away from the coast will eventually see some sunny intervals.

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  13. UKIP candidate has backing of opposition leaderRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Shields Gazette

    THE leader of the opposition on South Tyneside Council has backed a UKIP candidate who is fighting a by-election in the borough next month. George Elsom, independent councillor for Cleadon Park, has announced his support for Norman Dennis's attempt to win the Westoe ward on Thursday, October 2. Coun Elsom says the Westoe ward has a strong tradition of electing independently-minded candidates and he believes that will continue if Mr Dennis, who has pledged to vote on his conscience rather than party lines, wins the support of voters.

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  14. North East news LIVE: Latest updates from Newcastle and the North EastRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Chronicle Live

    The latest traffic, travel, weather, crime and breaking news updates from The Chronicle, covering Newcastle, Gateshead, North Tyneside, South Tyneside, Northumberland, Sunderland and County Durham for Tuesday, 16 September 2014 The Chronicle's live breaking news blog brings you regular updates, pictures, video, tweets and comments covering the latest Newcastle and North East traffic, travel, weather, crime and council news for Tuesday, 16 September 2014. You can contribute to the live blog by posting your comment below, and you can also tweet us @EveningChron to share breaking news stories, pictures and opinions.

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  15. Durham City road repairs likely to cause major traffic delays for motoristsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 15 | Chronicle Live

    A stretch of the busy A691 will be closed overnight from 7pm to 7am until October 7 while it is resurfaced The stretch of the A691 in Durham from Framwellgate Peth to the A690 Millburngate roundabout will be closed overnight while it is resurfaced. It will be closed from 7pm to 7am every day from September 15 to October 7 and motorists are warned to expect some disruption.

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  16. Fun day in park was great for all agesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 15 | Shields Gazette

    THERE was family fun in the sun for all to enjoy as a South Tyneside beauty spot took its chance to shine. Young and old alike turned out in force as Grange Park in East Boldon held an action-packed fun day on Saturday.

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  17. New Bengal Indian restaurant in Gosforth is ravaged by fireRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 15 | Chronicle Live

    Owners say the popular curry house could be closed for a number of weeks after it went up in flames in the early hours of the morning The owners of the New Bengal in Gosforth are counting the cost after the popular restaurant went up in flames in the early hours of the morning. The curry house, which also operates as a takeaway, was severely damaged during the blaze and is likely to be closed for some time.

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  18. Teenager, 16, jailed for five years after raping six-year-old schoolboyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 15 | Daily Mail

    'I had to protect my family': Terrifying moment shop owner turned the tables and shot dead robber in gunfight across the aisles Professor arrested when she flew back to America for conference faces six years in jail after admitting role in 1995 murder of man who raped her at college MH370 pilot switched off oxygen supply to kill himself in the SIXTH example of 'suicide flights', according to Kiwi Airlines boss Django Unchained actress who claimed she was harassed by LAPD for kissing her boyfriend in car was actually having sex with him, witnesses claim 'Take him off the field!' Hall of Famer Cris Carter gets emotional as he talks about his upbringing in light of Adrian Peterson case Where is Roger Goodell? NFL commissioner a no-show at San Francisco 49ers game as pressure builds on him to resign in wake of Ray Rice domestic violence scandal 'Happy 47th birthday to my little bro... can't ... (more)

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  19. 21 weekend party pictures from Newcastle's clubs and barsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 15 | Chronicle Live

    Were you and your friends out on the Toon at the weekend? Did you pose for a snap? Take a look at our gallery from city nightspots Are you or your friends in the pictures? Keep a look out each week for photographs from venues like The Gate, Ohso, The Mushroom, Lloyds No 1 The Quayside, Osbornes, The Mile Inn, Label, The Mile Castle, Pitcher & Piano, Harrys Bar & Grill, Flares, Tiger Tiger, Perdu, Bijoux, Gotham Town, Quilted Camel, Sinners, Spy Bar, The Empress Bar, City Vaults and Eazy Street. Whether you hope to see yourself celebrating, or friends enjoying the weekend, or just love the feelgood vibe of the photographs, you can take a look at the gallery each week.

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  20. Tyneside's 'forgotten' victims of domestic violence revealed at Newcastle conferenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 15 | Chronicle Live

    Tyneside's children are the forgotten victims of domestic violence, child protection experts claim as new attempts are made to help the region's youngsters. With 30,000 cases reported to Northumbria Police in the last year and domestic incidents now accounting for 7% of their total workload, organisations from across the region have come together to try and tackle the problem.

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