Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

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Articles from October 11, 2013

700 Miles in Seven Days
Byline: Sarah Scott Reporter sarah.scott@ncjmedia.co.uk CLOCKING up 700 miles in just seven days, these Tyneside residents showed their appreciation for the 'Dambuster' runners. Members of the RAF No.617 'Dambusters' are raising the profile of...
All You Need to Know about the Dispute Which Will Hit Schools across the Region
Byline: Ruth Lognonne Reporter ruth.lognonne@ncjmedia.co.uk SCHOOLS across Tyneside will close next week as teachers walk out in a bitter dispute with education chiefs over pay pensions and workload. Four primary schools in Newcastle have confirmed...
American Ace's Arrival Is Just Spot on for TN! UNI BASKETBALL
TEAM Northumbria begin their bid for BUCS play-off glory on Wednesday buoyed by the arrival of big-name import Leola Spotwood. The US small forward will make her university debut at Loughborough in the Premier North League after jetting in from...
AMY MCLEAN Reviews the Noise, Which Is at Northern Stage in Newcastle until Tomorrow; Theatre Review
Labelled as a sci-detective thriller, The Noise is the latest production from Unlimited Theatre and the Northern Stage. The remote island of Whitley is plagued by a constant noise - an increasing torment with each passing day. When a massive iceberg...
Auto-Trail Range in Class of Their Own; Dealer Talk
INTRODUCING the new Auto-Trail V-line compact leisure motorhome which is based upon the latest Euro 5 Fiat Ducato with standard 130bhp engine. The 150 and 180bhp engine upgrades and Fiat 'comfortmatic' gearbox will be available at extra cost options....
A Wonderful Week-End
LE WEEK-END (15) WHAT luck! After Sunshine on Leith, this is the second successive Friday when a Lottery funded film is the movie of the week. Perhaps the penny - or now the PS2 coin - has finally dropped that it's movies with heart and soul, not...
Band Who Are Now on Their Way to the Top; Entertainment Editor GORDON BARR Catches Up with Rudimental's Kesi Ahead of Their Gig Tonight at the O2 Academy Newcastle
Byline: GORDON BARR IT'S been an incredible year for the Hackney-based collective Rudimental. Their debut album Home followed their single Feel The Love (featuring John Newman) to the top of the UK charts and has since been certified platinum...
Barton: England Are No Good Now - and the FA Are So Archaic; Former Newcastle Midfielder Hits out at National Side and Greg Dyke's FA Commission Gerrard: I Didn't Text Harry over England Top Job
STEVEN Gerrard has denied texting Harry Redknapp to give him his backing for the England job. Redknapp claimed in his re1cently released autobiography that Gerrard was one of a number of senior England players who contacted him last year, backing...
Best of the Rest
SUNSHINE ON LEITH (PG) DEXTER FLETCHER'S second, brilliant outing as a director after Wild Bill (2011) is just the film to see if you want to leave a cinema feeling in a joyous, upbeat mood. Using the music of The Proclaimers as its rhythmic heartbeat,...
Boys Back in Town for Quire Practice; MICK BURGESS Poses Questions to Spike from the Quireboys, Who Are at the O2 Academy on Monday
Byline: MICK BURGESS Your new album Beautiful Curse has recently been released. Are you pleased with the reaction you've had so far? The reviews so far have been really good and we've been very pleased with that. They say people aren't buying CDs...
Bringing a Flavour of Latin America to Newcastle in a Unique Dining Experience; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE
THE region's first and only authentic Latin American 'Rodizio' style restaurant has come to Newcastle city centre. Escobars offers a truly unique dining experience. Rodizio, pronounced rodeezeo, is a style of restaurant service found in Brazil and...
CD Reviews
SIR PAUL MCCARTNEY - NEW It's been six years since Paul McCartney's last original studio album Memory Almost Full. There are a lot of new things going on in his 16th solo studio album, aptly titled New, with four different producers to keep things...
Cisse: I've Not Lost My GOALDEN TOUCH
Byline: Neil Cameron Sports Writer neil.cameron@trinitymirror.com PAPISS CISSE has insisted he hasn't lost his knack of scoring goals. The Newcastle United striker is desperately short of form and has managed to hit the net just nine times in...
Clowning around in Vegas with Princely United Legend Shack; THE GIBBO FILES A LIFE IN BLACK AND WHITE - JOHN GIBSON LOOKS BACK AT THE STORIES BEHIND THE HEADLINES What More Could Anyone Want Than a Trip to Las Vegas with One of United's True Legends ... Now That's Entertainment
LEN SHACKLETON was a footballing genius. No question about that. He was known as the Clown Prince of Soccer, a player with twinkling feet and an equally roguish sense of fun. He was the man who launched a thousand quips. When Shack penned his autobiography...
Clubs' Cup Match Clash Concern
Byline: Dan Warburton Chief Reporter dan.warburton@ncjmedia.co.uk A WAR of words has erupted after Stadium of Light chiefs were accused of sparking potential disorder with the scheduling of a vital cup clash. Fears of violence have been raised...
Cock-a-Hoop to Be Helping Kids with Healthy Artwork
Byline: Sonia Sharma Reporter sonia.sharma@ncjmedia.co.uk SCHOOLCHILDREN are getting tips about health and fitness from basketball stars. The Newcastle Eagles have teamed up with Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust to deliver its Hoops...
Comedy Review; PHIL ARCHBOLD Reviews Patrick Monahan, Who Opened the Jesterval Comedy Festival
Byline: PHIL ARCHBOLD COMEDY connoisseurs still suffering from their annual Edinburgh Fringe hangover found the perfect tonic just south of the border at the Jesterval comedy festival. A handful of the UK's brightest stand-ups made camp at Gateshead...
'Crash for Cash' Incidents Fuel Demand for In-Car Cameras
Byline: STEVE HUGHES with the best of the week's motoring news MOTORISTS are installing video cameras in their cars to combat 'crash for cash' fraud claims, fuelled by lawyers cashing-in on the UK's rampant compensation culture. The devices,...
Dealer Talk:Hiroshima to Hodgson All-New Mazda3 Continues Marathon Test Drive
The convention-defying Mazda Route3 - Hiroshima to Frankfurt Challenger Tour 2013 reached the North East after Mazda extended the convoy's epic journey of 9,300 miles to include a tour of the UK - visiting Hodgson Mazda and over 60 other Mazda dealers...
Dealer Talk: Jennings Ford Direct
DANIELLE STEERS TOWARDS A DEGREE IN ACCOUNTANCY The future is adding up for an ambitious and dedicated member of staff at Jennings Ford Direct, part of the Jennings Motor Group, who has embarked on a degree course with the aim to become a fully-fledged...
Desert Sounds of Africa Won't Make You Blue; ALAN NICHOL Has All the Latest News on the Roots Music Scene in the Region
Byline: ALAN NICHOL MALI'S potent young "desert blues" outfit, Tamikrest, arrive at Sage Gateshead on Wednesday next week as part of an eight-date UK tour and to promote their new album. Chatma, on Glitterbeat Records, is their third offering...
Diesel Boost for Honda SUV
Byline: Chris Russon HONDA'S environmentallyfriendly Earth Dreams technology is making its way into the British-built CR-V making it one of the greenest SUVs on the market. The new CR-V 1.6 i-DTEC is only the second car in the Honda range to...
Dinner at the Grand Lives Up to Its Name; Grand Hotel Address: Grand Parade, Tynemouth Tel: 0191 293 6666 Email: Reservations@grandhotel-Uk.com Web: Grandhotel-Uk.com Open: Dinner Monday to Saturday 6pm to 9.45pm/ Lunches Etc Other Times Disabled Access: OK for Most Parking: On-Street 4.5/5
Byline: GORDON BARR THE Grand Hotel certainly lives up to its name. Having undergone quite a bit of refurbishment over the past few years, it still retains an air of grandeur lost in so many hotels these days. Not least in its Victoria Restaurant,...
Does Your Home Need a Facelift? We Can Help
MILLIONS of people have dreams of moving when they retire - to the country, to the seaside or even abroad. Yet when they actually reach retirement age, many decide they'd much rather remain in their local community close to family and friends. ...
Early Birds on a Eurovision Mission for Switzerland
Byline: Lisa Hutchinson Reporter lisa.hutchinson@ncjmedia.co.uk FROM playing in their bedrooms to singing in front of millions worldwide, this duo aren't larking about when it comes to Eurovision. North East songwriting pair 'The Larks' are set...
EE Launches Initiatives to Help Connect the North East
EE's website has lots of resources. To share the benefits of getting online with people you know visit www.ee.co.uk/digital-living It's your digital future In association with Go ON UK and its partners EE launches initiatives to help connect the North...
England Won't Be Shy for World Cup Ambitions
ROY Hodgson insists England will not suffer from stage fright when they take on Montenegro in tonight's crunch World Cup qualifier at Wembley. Since his appointment 18 months ago, England manager Hodgson must have had countless dreams about leading...
Extra ROOTS
Byline: ALAN NICHOL TONIGHT, if it's authentic country-tinged tunes you are after, there is a chance to catch two seasoned Nashville-based singer/songwriters. Mark Huff and Jon Byrd play the Cumberland Arms, at the east side of Byker Bridge,...
Festival to Attract Scores of Jazz Fans
Byline: Sonia Sharma Reporter sonia.sharma@ncjmedia.co.uk MUSIC lovers are in for a treat as preparations are made for a major jazz festival in Tyneside. A host of top performers have been lined up for the 10th Gateshead International Jazz Festival,...
Fiat 500S TwinAir Turbo
Byline: Robin Roberts THE 500 has assumed a life of its own within the Fiat range. The historic Cinquecento was reborn a few years ago as a two or four cylinder three-door city car with 1.2 diesel or 900 and 1,400cc petrol engines. It quickly...
Flournoy Targeting an Eagles Response
Byline: Mark Douglas Sports writer mark.douglas@trinitymirror.com FAB Flournoy says his new-look Newcastle Eagles were left with no hiding place by their first defeat of the season. Flournoy subjected his team to one of his legendary video sessions...
Freddie Head over Heels as KK Appointed
UNITED'S former chief executive Freddie Fletcher sadly died not that long ago. Known as the Rottweiller because of his tough business acumen, he didn't suffer fools gladly but was nevertheless a Jock with a warm heart and terrific sense of humour....
FREE TV Amplifiers for Pensione
FREE TV Amplifiers for Pensioners As part of Amplifon's National Campaign for Better Hearing we are now giving enquirers with hearing difficulties a FREE TV Amplifier to help with everyday sounds around the home - great for conversation, listening...
Game of the Week; Game REVIEWS This Week, F1 2013 Screeches onto Xbox 360, Beyond: Two Souls Rises Up on PS3 and Moshi Monsters's Katsuma Is Unleashed on 3DS
F1 2013 Platform: Xbox 360. Price: PS34.99 The James Hunt biopic, Rush, has reignited racing fans' interest in the history of Formula One, back when men were men and cars were, er, cars. His rivalry with Niki Lauda was the stuff of legend, and F1 2013...
How It All Happened for John
John Bishop will be signing copies of his autobiography, How Did All This Happen, at Waterstone's in Blackett Street, Newcastle, from 6pm on Friday, October 18. John quit his day job to be a full-time comedian just before he turned 40, having never...
I'll Find a System to Bring Best out of Cats, Vows Gus
Byline: James Hunter Sports Writer james.hunter@ncjmedia.co.uk GUS Poyet has promised to keep an open mind as he looks for a system that will bring Sunderland success. Poyet proved at his previous club Brighton that he was prepared to adopt a...
Is That You, Spidey?
Byline: GARY BAINBRIDGE I WROTE to Jim'll Fix It as a boy. In retrospect, and for a variety of reasons, I am glad it was ignored. I wanted to meet Spider-Man, specifically Nicholas Hammond, who played him on TV. It's a good thing it did not happen...
It's Hard to Pick Many Holes in Domination
IRISH challenger Domination holds watertight claims of winning the Betfred Cesarewitch at Newmarket. Charles Byrnes' tough stayer is hardly a value selection, but it is difficult to pick too many holes in his profile in one of the most sought-after...
Labour Pledge Inquiry into Blacklisting Scandal
Byline: Jon Walker Political reporter jon.walker@ncjmedia.co.uk A LABOUR government would launch an official inquiry into the blacklisting scandal after 130 North East workers were placed on a secret list of supposed troublemakers, Shadow Business...
Legal Highs Seized by Police in Home Raid
Byline: Sophie Doughty Crime Reporter sophie.doughty@ncjmedia.co.uk JOINTS made up of a potentially lethal 'legal high' substances were discovered when police raided the home of suspected drug dealers. Officers discovered 30 spliffs containing...
Little Champ Up for Award
Byline: Katie Davies Reporter katie.davies@ncjmedia.co.uk A YOUNG cancer sufferer who has raised thousands of pounds for charity is up for a Chronicle award. At the age of two, Brandon was diagnosed with an inoperable brain stem tumour and has...
Lord Lambton's Daughters Go to High Court
Byline: Dan Warburton Chief Reporter dan.warburton@ncjmedia.co.uk S THREE daughters of the Earl of Durham said they are "sad and bitterly heartbroken" that a family dispute over their father's multi-million-pound estate has ended up in the courts....
Mills Signs Boro Boy and Calls for Support; SKRILL PREMIER
Byline: Steve Brown Sports Writer steve.sports-brown@trinitymirror.co.uk GATESHEAD have signed Middlesbrough's Lewis Sirrell on a month-long loan deal. A "flabbergasted" Gary Mills says come and have a look at him - and the rest of the Tynesiders....
My Short Time in the Toon Stays with Me; John Bishop Is in Newcastle Next Week to Sign Copies of His New Autobiography. Entertainment Editor GORDON BARR Caught Up with Him for an Exclusive Chat
Byline: GORDON BARR SJM Concerts presents COMEDIAN John Bishop's autobiography boasts a whole chapter devoted to Newcastle. It's a short chapter granted - all of five pages - but it chronicles the time he spent in the city as a student. He...
New Day and a New Album for Monkeys; the Arctic Monkeys Play the Metro Radio Arena in Newcastle on October 22
THE band's initials, a new morning, an analogue radio frequency and an existential statement - the title of Arctic Monkeys' fifth album AM suggests all of those things and more. The record itself lives up to this pithily resonant billing by being,...
Nightclub Bosses Silenced
Byline: Lisa Hutchinson Reporter lisa.hutchinson@ncjmedia.co.uk BOSSES at a Newcastle nightclub faced the legal music at London's High Court and had the sounds of silence slapped on them by one of the country's top judges. A DJ belted out hits...
Old Folk Prove It's Never Too Late to Learn to Go Online
Byline: Kate Proctor Reporter kate.proctor@trinitymirror.com PINGING emails, Skyping grandsons, hooking up to Wifi - these are not the normal pastimes of people in their 80s. Yet all over the region pensioners are getting internet savvy and learning...
Old Team-Mates Finally Meet Again; EBAC NORTHERN LEAGUE PREVIEW Malcolm Pratt
MORPETH Town manager Nick Gray and Dunston UTS boss Billy Irwin will lock horns on the pitch for the first time in 25 years when they line up in tomorrow's Ebac Northern League First Division game at the UTS Stadium. Gray explained: "I played with...
One Man's Four Hour Rooftop Stand-Off Sparks Alert
Byline: Kate Proctor Reporter kate.proctor@trinitymirror.com PERCHED precariously close to the edge of a roof, this man brought a village to a standstill with his risky antics. For four hours he held police officers at bay as he jumped up and...
Our Survey Backs Cuts to the Arts
Byline: Katie Davies Reporter katie.davies@trinitymirror.com ART organisations in Gateshead should feel the full force of the cuts as the council prepares to slash PS45m from the budget, Chronicle readers claim. An online poll shows that readers...
Pardew Set to Find out Past for Project
Byline: Kerry Wood Reporter Kerry.Wood@ncjmedia.co.uk A PIONEERING project taking DNA swabs from students and sporting celebrities alike wants to break down the stigma surrounding immigration. Newcastle United legend Peter Beardsley, manager Alan...
Patience Pays off as Pilgrim Gets Call
Byline: Mark Smith Sports writer mark.smith04@trinitymirror.com TAKING the constructive rather than destructive route when being left out of the side, Chris Pilgrim hopes to reap the rewards for Newcastle Falcons in Romania tomorrow. The scrum-half...
Poyet Wants English-Only Rule to End Language Barrier
Byline: James Hunter Sports Writer james.hunter@ncjmedia.co.uk GUS Poyet intends to break down the language barrier by introducing an English-only rule at Sunderland. New Black Cats boss Poyet has inherited a squad containing 13 different nationalities,...
Prison for Seven Hooligans
Byline: Rob Kennedy Court Reporter rob.kennedy@ncjmedia.co.uk MARAUDING football hooligans who brought shame on the city are today waking up in prison cells. Seven more yobs who took part in the disgraceful derby day clashes have been locked...
Red Dwarf and Red Hot at Toon Sci-Fi Convention
Byline: Nicola Bartlett Reporter ec.news@trinitymirror.com LIGHTSABERS and sonic screwdrivers at the ready - sci-fi stars are coming to Toon. At the biggest sci-fi collectors' show in the North East there will be everything from Dr Who's Tardis...
Remy Set for a Key Role in French World Cup Ambitions
NEWCASTLE striker Loic Remy has a key role to play for France - according to French manager Didier Deschamps. The forward, on loan at St James' Park from QPR, has been in sparkling form since joining the black-and-whites, with five goals already...
Scientists' PS2.4m Diabetes Study Bids to Wipe out Illness
Byline: Dan Warburton Chief Reporter dan.warburton@ncjmedia.co.uk NEWCASTLE scientists will spearhead a study to discover whether a lowcalorie diet really can send type 2 diabetes into remission. The charity Diabetes UK is funding the project,...
Show Highlights Talents of Prisoners; A New Exhibition Will Highlight Art from the Region's Prisons. Entertainment Editor GORDON BARR Has the Details
Byline: GORDON BARR PRISON art charity the Koestler Trust will next week open its first exhibition in the North East. Reflections, hosted by Baltic and the Gallery at Gateshead Central Library, has been curated by young people from Gateshead....
Six of the BEST
While the quality of snaps from your mobile phone is becoming more and more impressive, a dedicated snapper will always be better. We've tested a multitude of compact cameras and selected the top six. Sony Cybershot RX100 II PS603 from amazon.co.uk...
Skipper Wants to See Number of Foreigners Halved
STEVEN Gerrard wants to see the number of foreign players in English professional football halved. The debate around how to increase the number of young English players coming through the ranks has been a hot topic since Greg Dyke's landmark speech...
Still Living and Learning
Byline: with Rob Howard Hello there, I'm Rob Howard, and I'm standing if for Bodg Matt and JoJo this week as they're off on holidays. I SAY off on holidays but, as far as I can tell from careful and slightly creepy Facebook monitoring, none of...
Still Some Work to Do for Hopeful Diamonds
Byline: Barry Wallace HOW much longer Newcastle Diamonds' season continues depends entirely on their performances in their remaining two Premier League play-off group matches. The first is tonight at the Oaktree Arena in Somerset and the other...
Swimmers Set for Tyne Challenge
Byline: Chiara Giordano Reporter ec.news@trinitymirror.com A BAND of hardy swimmers are gearing up for a 100-mile swim down the Tyne. On Saturday thirty swimmers are due to complete a 10-mile swim to raise money for Tynemouth RNLI lifeboat station....
The Hollywood Director Who Hails from Tyneside
Byline: Dave Morton Remember When Editor david.morton.editorial@ncjmedia.co.uk IT was one of the hit Hollywood movies of the 1980s - and it was directed by Tyneside-born Ridley Scott. Blade Runner a sci-fi classic, starring Harrison Ford, was...
The Little Master to Call Time on Career; CRICKET
INDIA great Sachin Tendulkar will bring the curtain down on an illustrious international career after his 200th Test against West Indies next month. The Little Master has transcended the game both at home and abroad since his international debut...
There's No Stopping for Nina
YOU may not recognise the name Nina Nesbitt as yet, but you will certainly recognise her voice. Millions of us have been enjoying her vocals singing Fleetwood Mac's Don't Stop for the John Lewis TV adverts. The half Scottish half Swedish singer...
This Week's DVDs
BEHIND THE CANDELABRA (15) SCOTT THORSON (Matt Damon) meets choreographer Bob Black (Scott Bakula) in a gay bar and the two head to Las Vegas to enjoy a sold-out performance by Liberace (Michael Douglas). Dazzled by the pianist, Scott abandons rural...
Tiger Cliff Is Key to Lady Cecil's Last Target
LADY Cecil will be fulfilling one final ambition for the season if Tiger Cliff can secure his second major handicap in tomorrow's Betfred Cesarewitch at Newmarket. Henry Ponsonby's consistent four-year-old went through the motions on a bleak Warren...
Tigers Desperate to Show European Credentials
TOBY Flood says there is "a burning desire" for English heavyweights Leicester to reestablish themselves as kings of Europe. It is 11 years since Leicester lifted the Heineken Cup, when victory over Munster in Cardiff saw them retain a title they...
TOMORROW'S NON-LEAGUE FOOTBALL FIXTURES Skrill [...]
TOMORROW'S NON-LEAGUE FOOTBALL FIXTURES Skrill Premier: Gateshead v Alfreton Town (3pm) Evo-Stik Premier: Skelmersdale v Blyth Spartans (3pm). FA Cup Third Qualifying Round (3pm): Bradford Park Avenue v Penrith, Guisborough Town v Workington, Hednesford...
Toon Pair Are Thrust into World's Most Hostile Game; Team-Mates Tiote and Cisse Face Each Other in a Volatile Qualifier Which Needs 1,500 Extra Security Staff
Byline: Neil Cameron Sports Writer neil.cameron@trinitymirror.com CHEICK TIOTE and his Ivory Coast team-mate Arthur Boka had to be pulled apart this week during a rather feisty training session. The clash happened on Tuesday , according to eye...
Travellers Spark Fears as They Set Up Camp
Byline: Katie Davies Reporter katie.davies@ncjmedia.co.uk FEARS were sparked after a band of travellers descended on Tyneside. Today police were working with the community to address the issues. Around 10 caravans suddenly arrived on Gateshead's...
TV Choice
MARVEL'S AGENTS OF SHIELD Channel 4, 8pm When Agent Phil Coulson introduced himself to Tony Stark's PA Pepper Potts five years ago, few people thought such a secondary character in Iron Man would go on to play such a major part in the Marvel Universe....
Tweets & Posts
A selection of your comments left on our website, Twitter and Facebook pages... WE CELEBRATE THE OFFICIAL OPPENING OF THE TYNE BRIDGE. IT WAS OPENED BY KING GEORGE V AND HAS SINCE BECOME A DEFINING SYMBOL OF TYNESIDE. IT IS RANKED AS THE TENTH TALLEST...
Volkswagen Golf SE 1.6 TDI
Byline: Ian Johnson THE Beetle, which a vast number of British drivers had known and loved was sidelined by a car which was totally different. Out went the jellymould shape and rear air-cooled engine and in came a business-like boxy car with...
We've Found Ourselves; North East Foursome Lost Legions Tell RUTH LAWSON How They Have Adopted a DIY Attitude
Byline: RUTH LAWSON AFTER some ups and downs with their lineup, Lost Legions have emerged with a distinctive sound and a determined attitude. The South Tyneside quartet - made up of Peter Franklin (vocals/guitar), Callum McHaf-fie (vocals/lead guitar),...
Which One Should You Enter?
Do you know someone who should be nominated for one of our 10 Community Champions Awards? The categories for 2013 are: Armed Forces Champion This award is to show our gratitude for those who serve or have served the country with pride. Champion...
Wishing for Their Own Festive Cheer
Byline: Ruth Lawson Reporter ruth.lawson@ncjmedia.co.uk CHRISTMAS cheer will be in the air for these ladies if readers get behind them. The members of the Ladies Co-op Guild at Wrekenton Community Centre are one of more than 200 groups who have...
Wor Jackie - the Humble Hero We'll Never Forget
Byline: Tony Henderson Reporter tony.henderson@trinitymirror.com IT'S May 1951, and almost a quarter of a million people are thronging Newcastle city centre. The reason? To honour a local hero. Jackie Milburn is bringing the FA Cup, then the...
World Cup Aim Fires on Widdop; RUGBY LEAGUE
GARETH Widdop says the prospect of playing in the World Cup drove him on as he fought to recover from what looked sure to be a season-ending injury. Widdop's World Cup hopes were hanging by a thread when he dislocated his hip playing for Melbourne...
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