yesterday at 20:30.
It happened 45 minutes before the show was due to start
Theatre Royal show cancelled after woman hurt in orchestra pit accident
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yesterday at 20:36
Oh no Eve how awful! Hope the lady is Ok and Phoebe isn't too disappointed x
yesterday at 20:51
Dot Hegarty and Lisa Holland at shocked we were there when this happened as we have no luck xx
yesterday at 20:40
I thought they were just stringing us along.
yesterday at 19:58.
The move comes after two UK terror attacks on bridges
Security services considering measures to make Tyne Bridge terror-proof
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yesterday at 20:19
What a lovely courty we live in now since helping those poor (male drone) immigrants to have a better live, n fk ours at the same time
Wayne Curly Dixon
yesterday at 20:40
TBH I don't think the Tyne Bridge would be a target......the Quayside or one of the busy streets in Newcastle maybe.....more ppl basically
yesterday at 20:25
Catherine Brewerton they are putting up a ring of steel like the old castle walls and locking in all the toon fans. Metros will no longer stop at central monument or Haymarket, passports and health certificates will be needed for entry
yesterday at 19:30.
Do you see people still smoking with children in their car?
Only one person prosecuted in TWO YEARS for new smoking ban
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yesterday at 19:36
Surely people can go 5 minutes in the car without a cigarette.I find doing a large line of coke off the dashboard not only makes the school run more pleasant , it's also less harmful for my 7 kids
yesterday at 19:38
I seen a heavily pregnant woman sparking up outside of north shields job centre in her pyjamas last week
yesterday at 19:33
deport the lot of them
yesterday at 19:00.
This new plan would NOT be good for our region.
Newcastle homeowners among the worst hit by rip-off leaseholds
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yesterday at 19:34
This government has ignored this is sure for years it hasn't just occurred it's horrendous in Cramlington. Leases were sold off to .a London company and their now making THOUSANDS From people working hard to pay mortgages. (BLOODY DISGUSTING THE THEIVING SHITS.)
yesterday at 19:55
Everything in life is about greed and getting the most out of the paying customer, from the tax man at the top to the man serving burgers at the street corner, everyone is trying to shaft us!
yesterday at 19:32
Erm, I think you'll find it WOULD be good for our region to have a ban on Leasehold houses.
yesterday at 18:30.
Know anyone likely to be suffering?
6 ways to get over your Love Island withdrawals - were you addicted?
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yesterday at 18:55
Given everyone in Newcastle is addicted to spice, wouldn't it be prudent to do an article on that instead?
yesterday at 18:46
Abbie Maltman we need this info we can get through this. We just need to find our inner strength. It's not going to be easy but I feel together.. we can!xxx
yesterday at 19:25
Am i the only person ever who has nevwr watched this?
yesterday at 18:00.
Parents please check your car seats - two are from Mamas & Papas and one is from Fisher Price
These child car seats have been recalled over fire safety fears
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yesterday at 18:53
Sophie Hamilton Jones......not sure what car seats you have, but you might want to share this with other mums, ❤xx
yesterday at 18:30
yesterday at 18:18
Deborah Applegate Rachael Harris
yesterday at 17:30.
What are we buying?
Amazon reveals the most popular things people in Newcastle buy
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yesterday at 18:46
You mean there are still some people interested in that tired old slapper?
yesterday at 19:05
yesterday at 17:43
Amazon sells Greggs?
yesterday at 17:00.
You can thank us later!
The top 15 ways to keep kids entertained on long car journeys
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yesterday at 19:55
We always had loads of fun sitting on a vinyl backseat with no seatbelts and clattering off the doors every time a corner was turned..
yesterday at 16:30.
Her life cruelly cut short by the toxic effects of medication.
Caitlain Wright's mum has a heartfelt plea to parents
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yesterday at 16:00.
What are you waiting for? This is pretty mega!
(Live from Times Square Lloyd Newcastle BMW)
VIP tickets up for grabs for ALL Live From Times Square concerts
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yesterday at 16:05
Lindesay Wallace Stacey Schofield Andy Abbott Michael Cook Matthew Perry get on this competition xxx
yesterday at 16:21
yesterday at 16:04
yesterday at 15:25.
Movement in the transfer window ⚫⚪
NUFC transfers round-up: Napoli midfielder linked and Mitrovic bid from Lyon
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yesterday at 19:02
lets face it ashley will wait untill the 6th game òf season when we are near the bòttem and then panic buy after raffa has walked out!
yesterday at 16:57
latest toon signings lol
yesterday at 14:42.
Who's up for trying some River Bacon? (That's eel to you and me!)
Peace and Loaf - fine dining and miniature kebabs impress
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yesterday at 15:13
yesterday at 14:43
yesterday at 14:01.
If you had one question for him, what would it be?
Meet the new top cop will use skills learned in the Met to keep Tynesiders safe
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yesterday at 14:23
whats he going to do about rapists specially ones that come for over seas and dont get arrested ?
yesterday at 14:39
Is there any point in catching criminal's when judge's/magistrates give out nothing sentences most of the time and will you be gunning for the motorist to fund your agendas ?
yesterday at 15:11
I think we would all love to meet the new top journalist who can write grammatically so that we can understand the headline.... let alone the actual story....seriously chronicle, either keep off the booze at lunchtime or put the 15 year old work experience student in charge... lets see an improvement!
yesterday at 13:30.
What every parent needs to know about surviving the summer holidays
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yesterday at 14:29
yesterday at 13:00.
This was a shock to the system for some people.
Six arrested as immigration raids target Northumberland restaurants
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yesterday at 13:04
Of course it was a shock---- Imagine your local takeaway closed on a Friday neet :)
yesterday at 13:18
That's bright arresting the ones with jobs,it's ok to be homeless and jobless though we will provide ???
yesterday at 15:46
my question seems to have been deleted so I will ask again how many of those arrested have been bailed for what ever reason and are now free to disappear again
yesterday at 12:30.
Plenty of people expected to affected by this.
Two North East job centres to close as part of nationwide shake-up
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yesterday at 13:05
Maybe just maybe if they reduced the retirement age, there would be jobs for the youth of today, and I mean work with no zero contract hours.
yesterday at 13:02
They have made it underutilized you can't do nothing in a job center now you can't ring a job you can't really search for a job its a joke the whole thing is made to make it harder to find a job so they can sanction you
yesterday at 12:56
I wonder how many millions of pounds they'd save if they stopped the expenses that every mp freely dives into at the tax payers expense as surely that's a insult to the working class people as I'm sure they get paid enough to pay there own way like they expect others to
yesterday at 12:00.
Did any of you spot this earlier?
This is why Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall was doing hopscotch in Newcastle
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yesterday at 12:10
Wot utter tosh,with four billion a year coming in,the BBC should be putting on shows of games of thrones,boardwalk empire standards instead of these cheap time fillers ,it's little wonder,they would dare not consider to go into pay per view mode,the game would be well and truly up,and the gravy train of overpriced so called talent on 500,00 quid a year for playing pop records ,derailed forever
Dale H Collis
yesterday at 12:21
Another Southern posh Eton and Oxbridge technocratic prick parachuting to the NE to tell us we're all doing it wrong. You have to admire the arrogance like.. completely ignoring the links between socio-economic status and health / diet.
yesterday at 16:58
u fortunately I have been on the sick for 18 months,i have been called in for 3 interviews(2 which they cancelled as I was on my way)after explaining I have still got a job they are insistant I look for work every time I tell them I have got a job but because I am on esa I must still look for work WHY you idiots I already have a job
yesterday at 11:30.
Know anyone who loves Maccy D's enough to want these?
McDonald's giving away Big Mac merchandise for McDelivery Day
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yesterday at 15:21
Scott it's no Greggings, but sure Jill would be mclovin the onesie?? X
yesterday at 12:55
Holly Lauren Kendall Leigh let's all get maccy dees onesies? Life goals!
yesterday at 11:41
Dan Andy tea tomorrow
yesterday at 11:01.
The victim remains critically ill in hospital - any witnesses should call police on 101.
Police probe attempted murder after Walker house fire
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yesterday at 12:00
101 for an attempted Murder. Now rob a bank and it will be 999. Hope you xcan get a response from 101 call takers most of teh time they must be asleep
yesterday at 11:05
Kevin Baldwin deeks
yesterday at 10:25.
A grim discovery.
Forensics team called to beach after 'human hand' discovered
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yesterday at 11:01
Newcastle Chronicle - you should be ashamed of yourself for using clickbait. Many people will just see the photo and the headline and believe there was a dead person. How awful for the families of anyone who has gone missing in the area. Using click bait for this is disgusting.
yesterday at 10:38
I once thought I saw a hand in the same place , but it ended up being just a wave
yesterday at 11:33
The headline should read 'seal flipper found on beach' but that wouldn't be news worthy would it. That doesn't however make it acceptable to write 'human hand'. Your paper and staff are a joke and embarrassment to the region who will do anything to get a few clicks. Most people won't even bother to read the article, just blindly begin spreading the rumour that there are human remains washing up at St Mary's which will no doubt affect tourism to the area and like someone has already mentioned could be very upsetting to people who have lost a loved one at sea and never recovered the body. No morals, no journalistic prowess and no likey from me I'm afraid, therefore, I'm out.