Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)


Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)


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STONEFISH was always a rogue when he was originally a Ramsay Street resident and things aren't much better now he's back. He turned out to be a bad influence on his little brother Toadie, encouraging him and Steph to join him for a night on the town which made Toadie late for work the next day - something which didn't exactly go down well with boss Tim Collins who was quick to point out how hard Rosie was working in comparison.

Declan celebrated his birthday and couldn't believe his luck when Oliver gave him a car, against Rebecca's wishes. She shared a snog with Paul and enjoyed every second, but will have the smile wiped off her face when she learns what Elle's been up to, namely hunting down Richard Aaronow - Oliver and Declan's violent father.


MCNALLY was thrilled as Viv's book launch got off to a disastrous start. The flamboyant author went to the Woolpack and tempted a few of the locals with free food and booze at the village hall - much to Diane's annoyance.

Meanwhile, Bob went behind Viv's back and bribed some pensioners to buy copies of her tome. Elsewhere, Donna found the missing girl and after she refused to go to the police station, the policewoman took her home. However, she lived to regret it when the youngster took off with a stash of money and jewellery.

Perdy was annoyed to discover Grayson was investigating Rosemary's disappearance and hammered home the point they were better off without her.

Later, Debbie gave a handsome stranger short shrift when he offered to help her after she had broken down. However, he eventually won her over with a bunch of flowers. And David agreed to help Nicola track down son-in-law Miles, but Jasmine got to him first.


OB developed a crush on Summer and although Sarah tried to convince her that he was a good catch, the new girl was clueless - but still took a job at Mobs, much to OB's delight. …

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