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April 3, 2015 10:18 AM Will Newcastle throw Adam Armstrong into the Wear-Tyne derby caludron? John Carver responds

With a clamour for Geordie boy Adam Armstrong to get a start against Sunderland, Newcastle's John Carver explains his thinking John Carver says he will be cautious when it comes to deciding how much time to give Adam Armstrong in the Wear-Tyne derby. The Geordie 18-year-old is a lifelong fan of the black and whites and is raring to go ahead of the clash 8

April 2, 2015 3:35 PM Newcastle Airport will see thousands of holidaymakers jet off over the Easter weekend

Tyneside's airport will see 196,000 people through its gates as families take advantage of the school holidays Thousands of jetaway Geordies will head for the sun over the Easter break. Newcastle Airport predict that 196,000 holidaymakers will pass through their gates over the two-week Easter period. Tynesiders are flying to exotic locations such as Florida 16

April 2, 2015 3:00 PM Newcastle United must win the desperation derby or grave questions will be asked

No excuses will be tolerated says John Gibson - having lost four derbies on the bounce, Newcastle United simply must win at the Stadium of Light IT CAN be flagged up as The Desperation Derby which will cause gnawing fear across the North East but will be watched by a nation with nothing more than morbid curiosity. Sunderland are desperate not to get sucked 9

April 2, 2015 12:49 PM From Toffee Justin Bieber to Hammer Katy Perry... find out which famous fans your Premier League club has in Sportsmail's comprehensive guide

Whether it be Usain Bolt seeking a trial at Manchester United, Will Ferrell meeting the Chelsea squad in America or Aston Villa gaining royal approval from Prince William, it feels the Premier League is present wherever you look. The vast global standing it holds is reflected by the increasing interest of the rich and famous around the world in the top tier of English 32

April 2, 2015 11:30 AM Derby day humour: Your Sunderland vs Newcastle jokes

Send your derby jokes to community@ncjmedia.co.uk including your name and area and we'll update this article. In the meantime, here are some old ones to enjoy. Karina O’Donohue, from Durham: A man walks into a bar with a dachshund under his arm. The dog is wearing a Sunderland shirt, bobble hat and scarf. The barman says, “Hey! No pets allowed in here! You’ll 7

April 1, 2015 11:01 AM Give owa! The Chronicle 'Geordify' app was April Fool's prank

Did you fall for our spoof about the Geordie translator smart phone app? Some did Wannabe Geordies from across the globe have today been left disappointed - after The Chronicle’s new smart phone app, Geordify, turned out to be an April Fools Day hoax. The “exciting development”, which promised to translate “anyone, anywhere” into traditional Tyneside 9

March 31, 2015 11:01 PM The Chronicle launches Geordify app to translate speech into Geordie

The exciting new smart phone app allows anyone, anywhere in the world to turn their own speech into traditional Geordie dialect Wannabe Geordies from across the globe can today finally learn to speak properly (that's larn to speak propa, like, in Geordie) - with the help of The Chronicle’s new smart phone app, Geordify. As native Geordie speakers take over the world 13

March 31, 2015 6:00 PM Letters by former Newcastle reporter tell of life in the North East in the forties

Book to be published in April compiles colourful accounts of life by late Newcastle journalist Olga Franklin More than 60 years ago a Newcastle reporter was waiting to meet Prince Philip in the lounge of the Jesmond Hotel. At the time little was known about the man destined to become the Duke of Edinburgh and a new book compiled of letters by late journalist 10

March 30, 2015 9:30 PM Newcastle United fans deserve a derby win this time, insists Mick Quinn

Ahead of this weekend's Wear-Tyne derby, former Newcastle United No 9 insists the Toon Army are owed a win to celebrate His normally cheery face clouded over. It was time for harsh contemplation. “I just hope United win the derby for the sake of the fans, no one else,” he said grimacing. “We can’t be as bad again as we were in the last four, can we? I’m not looking 25

March 30, 2015 12:05 PM Excuses North East telly watchers came up with to avoid paying the TV licence

One said the TV was only on to help his plants grow and another said his dog had eaten the payment card The extraordinary excuses used by TV licence dodgers in the North East have been revealed. TV Licensing said Geordies trying to pull the wool over their eyes to avoid paying the fee included one watcher who claimed the dog had eaten the payment card. Another 12