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- Tide Times & Heights for Newcastle upon Tyne on 22nd January 201705:08 - Low Tide (2.04m)
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- Tide Times & Heights for Newcastle upon Tyne on 21st January 201704:00 - Low Tide (1.95m)
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- Watch Trevor Setty's brilliant long-range basket and other great plays as Worcester Wolves beat Newcastle Eagles 111-103 in the British Basketball League.
- A man who caused the death of a grandfather by dangerous driving is jailed.
- The man accused of murdering children's author Helen Bailey "grinned" when questioned by police, a court hears.
- The Guardian
The Patricia, Newcastle upon Tyne: 'A little belter' – restaurant review
The chef gets that eating out should be about pleasure. This is rarer than you think. The Patricia restaurant. Photograph: Gary Calton for the Guardian. Marina O'Loughlin · @marinaoloughlin. Friday 20 January 2017 08.59 EST Last modified on Friday 20 ...
- Sunderland boss David Moyes does not think the club will sign players who can make a big difference in the January window.
- Tide Times & Heights for Newcastle upon Tyne on 20th January 201703:00 - Low Tide (1.73m)
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- Defender David Atkinson leaves League Two side Carlisle United by mutual consent and joins Blyth Spartans.
- Tour operator TUI was not made aware of a security risk prior to the 2015 Tunisia hotel attack, an inquest is told.
- Two men appear in court charged with attempted armed robbery on Wearside.
- Police recorded an 8% rise in all offences in England and Wales as a survey shows figures in cybercrime and fraud.
- Tide Times & Heights for Newcastle upon Tyne on 19th January 201702:11 - Low Tide (1.46m)
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- The Clydesdale and Yorkshire banking group (CYBG) is closing 79 branches with the loss of 400 jobs.
- DVLA is clamping down on untaxed vehicles in the North East.
- Two P&O ferry workers found guilty of conspiring to smuggle drugs into Britain are each jailed for 16 years.
- Tide Times & Heights for Newcastle upon Tyne on 18th January 201701:28 - Low Tide (1.17m)
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- Burnley reach the FA Cup fourth round thanks to goals from Sam Vokes and Andre Gray against a dispirited Sunderland.
- The Riu Imperial Marhaba where 30 Britons were killed had just four unarmed guards, an inquest hears.
- Carlisle's Jacob Polley wins the prestigious TS Eliot prize for poetry for his collection Jackself.
- Two former P&O staff are convicted of running a drug smuggling operation onboard a North Sea ferry.
- Preview followed by live coverage of Wednesday's FA Cup game between Newcastle United and Birmingham City.
- The family of World War Two veteran killed in a hit-and-run more than two and a half decades ago have made a fresh appeal to help solve the crime.
- Helen Bailey murder accused told police operator she "had wanted space" in 999 call, a court hears.
- A man is jailed for nine years after sexually assaulting a four-year-old girl.
- High Street baker Greggs raises its profit guidance after a "strong" Christmas.
- Two men are arrested following an attempted armed robbery on Wearside.
- Tide Times & Heights for Newcastle upon Tyne on 17th January 201700:47 - Low Tide (0.91m)
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- The man accused of murdering author Helen Bailey twice tried to invoke power of attorney while she was missing, in order to sell her flat, a court hears.
- Newcastle Eagles' BBL Cup final success against Glasgow Rocks is a season-tipping point, says player-coach Fab Flournoy.
- Tide Times & Heights for Newcastle upon Tyne on 16th January 201700:07 - Low Tide (0.70m)
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- Everton treat Sunderland fan Bradley Lowery to a day to remember after the five-year-old captured the imagination of football fans with his cancer fight.
- A teenager from Newcastle campaigns for cardiopulmonary resuscitation to be taught in schools after her friend dies.
- Tide Times & Heights for Newcastle upon Tyne on 15th January 201705:14 - High Tide (5.44m)
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- Newcastle boss Rafael Benitez says the extent of a number of injuries, including that of striker Dwight Gayle, is unclear.
- Beamish Museum in County Durham reports record visitor numbers of nearly 750,000 last year.
- Daryl Murphy's first goal for Newcastle sends his side top of the Championship in a hard-fought win at Brentford.
- Three goals in 19 first-half minutes put Stoke on the road to victory against Premier League strugglers Sunderland.
- A Durham Wildlife Trust project catches the region's wildlife on camera.
- How would you feel if the person sitting next to you on the bus was watching porn - and what would you do about it?
- Tide Times & Heights for Newcastle upon Tyne on 14th January 201704:29 - High Tide (5.54m)
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- England's Ben Stokes puts himself forward for the Indian Premier League, with the auction to take place on 4 February.
- A fisherman is rescued by a lifeboat crew after being cut off by huge waves on a pier during the tidal surge.
- Newcastle's European Challenge Cup hopes hang by a thread after a last-gasp defeat against Grenoble in south-east France.
- A university student accused of rape will not face a retrial after a jury failed to reached a verdict.
- Sunderland reject a bid from Crystal Palace for their Netherlands left-back Patrick van Aanholt, Black Cats boss David Moyes confirms.
- Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Championship game between Brentford and Newcastle United.
- The jury in the trial of Ian Stewart, accused of murdering Helen Bailey, has been shown around the author's home in Hertfordshire.
- A couple and their children return from a day out to find their home trashed by paint-throwing vandals.
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