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    Editor-in-Chief: Helen Dalby Tel: 0191 204 3364 (9am-5pm) Newsdesk: 0191 201 6446 Sport: Home Delivery: 0333 202 8000 or

  • Bumrah set to sit out England clash

    ENGLAND may get a break from Jasprit Bumrah in Ranchi as India are set to rest their star paceman for the fourth Test which starts on Friday.

  • Decision to suspend ex-Tory MP upheld

    THE Prime Minister faces the prospect of another difficult by-election after an independent panel upheld a finding that former Conservative MP Scott Benton should be suspended from the Commons for 35 days.

  • Athletics chief plans jump into future

    WORLD Athletics chief executive Jon Ridgeon has revealed plans to trial a new format for the long jump.

  • Biden in California cash drive

    US PRESIDENT Joe Biden travelled to California yesterday looking to soak up more cash for his re-election bid, Mr Biden's campaign and the Democratic National Committee announced yesterday that they had collected $42million in contributions during January from 422,000 donors. Mr Biden ended January with $130m in cash on hand. Campaign officials said that is the highest total amassed by any...

  • ECB 'lacked backbone' over Botham criticism

    THE England and Wales Cricket Board showed a lack of "backbone" in failing to call out Lord Botham's criticism of a key report on discrimination in the sport, the chair of the report commission has told MPs.

  • Checking in for a night of drama in hotel family room

    The family room with two extra beds, alongside the usual double, is a logical solution to staying in a hotel with small children.


    THERE'S usually a compromise to be made when it comes to family resorts abroad. Maybe it's lacking in luxury, the food's bland, or the location feels like it could be anywhere.


    There are plenty of dramas about space disasters, but what happens to the astronauts who make it back to Earth? That's the concept of this new sci-fi thriller, which stars Swedish actress Noomi Rapace as Jo, below, a space woman who must pick up the pieces of her life after escaping a fatal incident on the International Space Station.


    KNIGHT TERRORS: VOLUME 1: DARK KNIGHTMARES For those who missed DC's 2023 summer event, Knight Terrors, this hardback collection is a chance to catch up.

  • Digging up years-old comment is vindictive

    HOW sad to read of the challenge to Keir Starmer to de-select Kim McGuinness as Labour's candidate in the forthcoming election, or for her to voluntarily step down.

  • Explosively educational

    SCIENCE is set to save the world - and entertain it - as the nation's favourite 'boffins' get back on the road.


    Bill Bailey's eight budding actors are plunged into the grisly world of crime drama this week.

  • 'World loses sparkle' as Robin dies

    EX-STRICTLY Come Dancing professional Robin Windsor has been remembered as a "nurturing soul" who "lit up any room he walked into" after his death at the age of 44.

  • Bin strikes will go on for another week

    THE bin strike in South Tyneside continues this week as talks between the council and unions remain 'unresolved'.

  • Corrections & complaints

    If we have published anything that is factually inaccurate, please contact the editor, Helen Dalby on 0191 204 3364, via email at helen. or post to: The Editor, The Chronicle, ncjMedia, 2nd Floor, INTU Eldon Square, Eldon Court, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, NE1 7JB and, once verified, we will correct it as soon as possible.

  • Escape rooms in pipeline for Metrocentre

    PLANS have been submitted to Gateshead Council to convert the former JG Windows shop at the Metrocentre into an escape room and cafe lounge.


    THE CELTIC MANOR RESORT Newport, south Wales WHERE AND WHY: Adored by golf fans all over the world, it's not hard to see why the Celtic Manor Resort is regarded as the perfect venue for a getaway.


    Ultros (PEGI 16) PS4, PS5, PC HHHII IT'S still only February, and already we have a contender for strangest game of the year.

  • White ready for top flight level - Howe

    NEWCASTLE United manager Eddie Howe has claimed that debutant Joe White has proven he can play in the Premier League following their 2-2 draw against Bournemouth at the weekend.

  • Magpies must make more tough decisions

    SO Newcastle have taken a big gulp, played hard ball, and booted Dan Ashworth out of the club. Good for them.

  • Knives out for the mayoral candidate

    WHO among us hasn't said something or tweeted something many years ago we would never repeat in these more politically correct times.


    the latest in the digital world PLAYDATE CATCHES UP WITH ORDERS It's coming up on three years since US software company Panic revealed its innovative-yet-nostalgic game console Playdate, and almost two years since it went on sale.

  • Giving a voice to victims of vile cyber stalker

    Can I tell you a secret?


    Are you taking the next step in your relationship? Do you have anything you would tell your younger self if you could go back and talk to them now? Or do you just want a laugh? One of this week's podcasts could be for you. YOUNG AGAIN BBC stalwart Kirsty Young is back with another series of Young Again, in which the presenter asks celebrity guests what they'd tell their younger selves if they...


    THERE are many things about the digital age that are difficult to like… but there are also many good things to cherish.

  • Hierarchy at fault for Beale failure, says Goodman

    EX-SUNDERLAND striker Don Goodman has blamed the Sunderland hierarchy for appointing Michael Beale in the first place after sacking the boss.

  • Farewell to dear friend and valued member of Magpie Group

    WE are about to say a fond farewell to Peter Ratcliffe, a dear friend and valued member of the Magpie Group which forced the John Hall takeover at Newcastle United and changed the face of football ownership.

  • WOMEN'S BOSS Langley tasks United [...]

    WOMEN'S BOSS Langley tasks United to gain promotion

  • Langley hoping to pave way for other aspiring clubs

    NEWCASTLE head coach Becky Langley has challenged her side to win promotion to the Women's Championship to pave the way for other aspiring clubs to join them in turning professional.

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