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Nike Flyknit SneakersnstuffAlas, I do have some good news: Blackstone will be running every night this weekend in lieu of the APTN movies. It an intriguing show and one of the first shows I watched from start to finish in a very long time because it captured my attention like no other in a while. The first three episodes of the 9 episode series will be on instead of FNF and if you watch them I know you probably get hooked on the show. A much older man comes up to one of them and leering, suggests she join his company. He would make sure she rises very fast, he says. Really? This is exactly what the lift man said to me yesterday, she ripostes. First department store to open at Royal Quays shopping centre in North ShieldsQuay Concessions will open next week, selling a range of high street brand names at discount prices18:25, 18 MAR 2016Updated18:26, 18 MAR 2016Royal Quays Centre, North Shields Get what's on updates directly to your inbox SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailRoyal Quays Outlet Centre has announced the arrival of its first fashion department store.Quay Concessions, offers 11,000 sq ft retail space, which will be home to over 30 high street brands.Centre manager Judith Ramshaw said: "Quay Concessions will officially open on March 24 offering a vast array of high street brand names. It brings a new level of shopping experience to Royal Quays."The concept of a fashion department store at Royal Quays is something we have thought about for some time, we are confident that it will be a huge success as it offers quality fashion and big name brands at discounted prices."Our customers will relish the opportunity to view the latest ranges from names such as WeirdFish and popular Italian clothing brand, Lambretta. They are joined by Luca Vanucci, Bassini and Tigi to name just a few."Royal Quays hosts 30 stores which employ 300 staff, with new jobs being created at Quay Concessions.The new store will join brands offering discounts of up to 60% of RRP such as Nike Factory Store, Gap Outlet, Clarks, Next and Mountain Warehouse, Cotton Traders, Pavers shoes, The Edinburgh Woolen Mill and Moss Bros.As well as attracting famous brands since it was opened in 1996, Royal Quays has helped a number of local retailers looking to get to the next stage of their development.Packages include competitive and flexible rent agreements that can be linked to store performance as well as expert advice from the on site management team.Like us on FacebookFollow us on TwitterWhat's on NewsletterSubscribe to our What's on newsletterEnter emailSubscribeNewcastle upon TyneThe Prosecco and Gin Festival in Newcastle how to get tickets to its spring debutHere's all you need to know about festival first which has announced a stop off in Newcastle for two sparkling daysNewcastle City HallPeter Beardsley and Rob Lee in Newcastle fancy joining Newcastle United legends for a chat?How to bag tickets to see football stars in conversation at Newcastle City Hall this JanuaryThings to do Newcastle5 top shows and events to enjoy in and around Newcastle From Tony Law's surreal comedy to indie favourites The Hunna, there's plenty on offer to brighten up this January week.

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