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  1. Stuart McCall: Toon Five crock Shane Ferguson is almost ready to help ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | The Daily Record

    STUART McCALL reckons Toon Five crock Shane Ferguson is almost ready to play a shock role in Rangers' play-off bid. But Rangers missed the fact he was carrying a long-term knee injury because they failed to carry out a medical.

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  2. Newcastle United dump photos of Bobby Robson's 2001-2002 team in skipRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Chronicle Live

    Newcastle United clear out corporate boxes and throw away photos of Sir Bobby Robson, Alan Shearer and Gary Speed in a skip Sir Bobby, flanked by his star players Alan Shearer and Gary Speed are shown standing proudly in their squad line-up photo - but the image has been removed from the walls of St James' Park . Alongside around 30 other framed photographs, the team picture now lies discarded in a skip, alongside grass cuttings and building materials.

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  3. Why Carver's praise of Newcastle shows his own failuresRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Business News

    Speaking to the Chronicle , Carver expressed his belief that Newcastle were improved in their 2-0 loss to Liverpool, despite the negative scoreline. "I think they got a response," the head coach said.

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  4. Durham teacher killed in road accident while on holiday with boyfriend in MexicoRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Chronicle Live

    A teacher from Durham has been killed in a car accident while enjoying a holiday in Mexico with her boyfriend. The family of Alix Bussey, 23, today spoke of their heartbreak at the tragic loss of such a happy and loving daughter and sister.

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  5. Newcastle playmaker Siem de Jong closes in on first team returnRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Daily Mail

    Personalised luxury bedrooms unlocked by fingerprint scanners and balcony views of the pitches... inside Real Madrid's training HQ where Bale and Ronaldo can sleep before the big matches Manchester United are 'kings of the city' again and they will be real contenders for the title next season under Van Gaal, says Cantona But are you sure on this one, Eric? Forget Ronaldo and Messi... Pastore is the best player in the world And do you really think this is Wright? 'Chelsea youth star Dasilva is better than ANY Premier League left-back' I'd give myself a C- grade, admits A 30m Shaw after struggling during his first season at Manchester United Sterling drugs storm No 2: Now Liverpool star is filmed taking 'hippy crack' just days after being pictured smoking shisha pipe Raheem knows demands of being a top-class player on and off the pitch... I will speak to him, says Rodgers From cult hero on ... (more)

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  6. Wales weather forecast: We could be in for 'three-month heatwave'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | IcNetwork

    Wednesday could be the hottest day of the year so far and the Met Office says the summer could be hotter than usual Get the suncream out and put away the winter clothes once and for all - we could be in for a three-month heatwave. Today has got off to a grey start, but the sun is expected to come out and burn away any low cloud, mist and fog to leave a warm afternoon with plenty of sunshine.

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  7. John Carver bemoans Newcastle United denied penalty and four other things you need to know todayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Chronicle Live

    Murder accused Parvel Cina has made his first appearance in front of a judge accused of killing a woman in the West End of Newcastle. John Carver says he will be complaining to referees' chief Mike Riley after Newcastle United were denied yet another penalty.

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  8. Molly Victoria, 17, of Rishton is splashed by Taylor...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 13 | Lancashire Telegraph

    KEEPING COOL: Molly Victoria, 17, of Rishton is splashed by Taylor Fox, 18, of Clitheroe and Josh Green, of Rishton as they paddle in the river at Edisford Bridge, Clitheroe EAST Lancashire residents are being urged to make the most of any sunshine they see over the next few days. It comes as 'unseasonably warm' weather is set to face parts of the country this week, although it is unlikely the region will be basking in high temperatures.

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  9. Britain set to bask in glorious sunshine this weekRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 13 | IcNetwork

    Britain will be bathed in glorious sunshine this week as the country is set to bask in the hottest days of the year so far. Forecasters predict temperatures could reach as high as 25C on Wednesday - more than 10C above the average for the time of year - with parts of the UK likely to trump holiday hotspots in Spain, Italy and Greece in the coming days.

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  10. John Carver's words after Newcastle United's FIFTH defeat...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 13 | Chronicle Live

    John Carver believes he saw enough from his Newcastle United side at Anfield to suggest they can still finish the season on a better note. But the stand-in head coach's words failed to cut any ice with fuming Geordie fans as their side slumped to a FIFTH defeat in a row.

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  11. Siem De Jong set to make return in Newcastle United reserves but John Carver to assess Rolando AaronsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 13 | Chronicle Live

    Magpies chief John Carver waiting on fitness of Siem de Jong and Rolando Aarons as Newcastle's season continues to falter Newcastle United's Dutch international Siem De Jong is set to make his return to action on Wednesday night against Derby County reserves. The game has been switched to St James' Park as the Magpies try to get the ex-Ajax skipper back up to speed.

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  12. Danny Mills says only a mass walk-out from Newcastle fans will force Mike Ashley to sell upRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 13 | Chronicle Live

    Some Newcastle United fans are talking about boycotting the Tottenham game and BBC pundit Danny Mills feels that will change Mike Ashley's mind Former England defender Danny Mills believes that only a massive walk out at Newcastle United will sway the mind of Mike Ashley and force him to spend. Mills made his feelings on the situation at Newcastle United clear after the Magpies slumped to their fifth defeat in a row.

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  13. Liverpool 2-0 Newcastle: 5 things we learned as Reds ease past Magpies at AnfieldRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 13 | Mirror.co.uk

    Liverpool eased past Newcastle United to beat a Newcastle side that never looked likely to take points home from Anfield. Raheem Sterling was the subject of a none-too-positive story just as the game kicked off , with more off-the-field talk threatening to impose itself on his contract wrangle.

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  14. UK Met Office to everyone: stop freaking out about upcoming heatwaveRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 13 | Mashable

    It might be time to head to the seaside. Parts of the UK could experience temperatures of up to 25 degrees Celsius this week.

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  15. Confirmed: Liverpool v Newcastle lineups - Sturridge missed out with injuryRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 13 | Business News

    Liverpool will be looking to end a run of two successive Premier League defeats when they face Newcastle United tonight. After losing to Manchester United and Arsenal, Liverpool need to win tonight - especially given that Manchester City's loss at Manchester United means they now have a chance of breaking into the top four again.

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  16. Get your sunscreen ready as Britain's temperatures are set to soarRead the original story

    Monday Apr 13 | Gainsborough Today

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. Britain is set to bask in its hottest temperatures of the year so far, with the mercury expected to soar higher than in parts of Spain this week.

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  17. Weather: Toxic smog to return as country set to bask in temperatures hotter than HAWAIIRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 13 | The Daily Record

    BRITAIN is set to be hit by more smog - after basking in temperatures hotter than holidays hotspots Hawaii and Greece over the next two days. Tuesday and Wednesday are set to be the hottest days of 2015 so far, with temperatures predicted to reach 25C on Wednesday - more than 10C above the average for the time of year.

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  18. David Cameron says he feels frustration of Newcastle United fans boycotting Spurs matchRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 13 | Chronicle Live

    The Prime Minister revealed he has launched a review exploring fan ownership of football clubs, which he said was clearly working elsewhere During a visit to the North East on the campaign trail , the Conservative Party leader said putting fans at the heart of the club was "clearly working" in other parts of the world and vowed to listen to Newcastle fans. But Ed Miliband is also competing for Magpies' vote.

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  19. Top European soccer offers at bet365Read the original story

    Monday Apr 13 | RGT Online

    There's some exciting Soccer taking place this week with the first leg of the Champions League quarter-finals, as well as a round of games from the Premier League and the FA Cup semi-finals to look forward to. The action gets underway on Tuesday as Atletico Madrid clash with current holders Real Madrid and Juventus welcome Monaco to Turin.

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  20. Pick up your Newcastle programme nowRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 13 | Liverpool FC

    Inside we hear exclusively from cover star Joe Allen, who talks about the pressures of playing for the Reds, the desire for collective improvement and the hunger to end the season with some silverware. Former Liverpool and Newcastle midfielder Terry McDermott looks ahead to the fixture and reveals the background to his switch to St James' Park in 1982, while John Scales talks about the culture at Anfield in the 1990s in an exclusive extract from the new book Men In White Suits.

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