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Articles from Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England) (August 23, 2007)

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"Thinking about the future is great... ...doing something to change it is better." Welcome to Northumbria University's part-time courses supplement northumbria UNIVERSITY great learning great experience great future. 782
A better future. 333
A DAY IN THE LIFE:. 383
A-GRADE DAY; Pupils prove record breakers in exams. 137
All's well that ends well for portrait; Drawing of pitman poet is donated to Shakespeare Trust. 511
Athletics: Mora glee as Shaun makes up for lost time; INSIDE TRACK. 663
Athletics: TRACK SHORTS; INSIDE TRACK. 369
Attack admitted. 89
Awards reward. 87
BALANCING ACT. 169
Baltic to welcome "terrorist" Violence is focus of display. 315
Battle of the plough. 156
Benefit cheat's savings. 114
Biker killed. 115
Boy of 17 is stabbed in back. 165
Boy stabbed in the back; 17-year-old in hospital after being attacked in street. 372
Broker backs region. 150
Brothers celebrate together; HARDWORKING YOUNGSTERS TICK ALL THE BOXES WITH EXCELLENT GCSE RESULTS ACROSS THE REGION. 258
Builder's sale gurus. 322
Building firms miss out; Training courses and Education. 117
Burglary fears. 150
Care for wildlife. 91
CCTV to be turned on at last; Cash boost from council. 293
Chance for young stars. 122
Chart star's on the road; A host of newshows have been announced forNewcastle's Journal Tyne Theatre. GORDON BARR has the details. 570
CHESS: By the Bishop. 638
Child crime law bid. 102
Civil service under strain. 221
COMMENT: Reclaim our streets. 276
Cricket: Benk not hot on Mustard for England. 459
Cricket: Moores stays cautious over Flintoff return. 468
Cricket: Notts take a Broader view on ace swoop. 314
Cricket: Summer is finished for injured Harmy; Pace ace ruled out with back problem. 396
Crime in spotlight. 108
DVD pirate given tag and curfew; Man caught selling fake films at car boot sale. 462
Dyer given brush-off; Former player's image removed from club store window. 427
Easing fear of crime. 148
Emergency plan risk claim. 132
Failure to trace family. 118
Fighting storms home and away. 121
Finance firms uneasy. 165
Firm investing in a new HQ; Financial company's move improves its road and air links. 455
Fishy tails net cash prize. 156
Five-year-old overcomes skull cancer. 208
Football: Blue Star Director. 219
Football: BRIT OF GOOD FOR-TOON; EXCLUSIVE Passport wrangle rules Geremi out of Japan trip. 579
Football: BRIT OF GOOD FOR-TOON; EXCLUSIVE Passport wrangle rules Geremi out of Japan trip. 595
Football: Determined Etuhu is on a Mersey mission. 496
Football: Gateshead's top show is just Wright. 356
Football: New boy Enrique's a model pro. 185
Football: New boy Enrique's a model pro. 159
Football: No case for the defence. 432
Football: Owen confident he's close to his best again. 594
Football: Owen goals will flow again: Big Al; in association with GNER Shearer verdict as Toon pair lead line for England for the first time since he paired up with Les Ferdinand. 628
Football: Sunderland Nissan. 98
Football: Tayls sets his sights on the senior squad. 348
Football: Ulstermen Worthy of great praise. 291
Football: Viduka's return could hurt Boro; Toon legend Bob Moncur speaks to Lee Ryder about what lies in prospect when Newcastle travel to the Riverside Stadium on Sunday for the Tyne-Tees derby. 502
Football: Wales take Bul by horns. 271
Football: Wales take Bul by horns. 191
Formula One: Peace breaks out in the pits. 349
Galaxy of sport stars aid charity; Glittering event at Riverside. 613
Garden centre's latest recruit. 193
Golf: Langer ready to tee off with his son. 361
Good Golley we're happy; PR firms recruits pair with drive to help it expand I got my job THANKS TO THE Evening Chronicle. 319
Great-great gran turns 109 today; Oldest resident celebrates milestone birthday with family. 463
Gurjit Ladhar; LLB Open Learning. 127
Hard work reaps top grades; HARDWORKING YOUNGSTERS TICK ALL THE BOXES WITH EXCELLENT GCSE RESULTS ACROSS THE REGION. 308
He's a market leader. 350
High-tech firm is to expand. 167
Hockey: Vipers tough guy Czechs in. 429
Holiday festival fun and dance; Revellers set to take to the streets for shows, parades and parties. 316
HOOKED: A Barry good victory. 105
HOOKED: Boat fishing is too dangerous; SEA ANGLING. 443
HOOKED: Competition time. 137
HOOKED: Simply the best! FRESHWATER ANGLING. 1563
Housebuilder's service chief. 290
How we are putting the yobs to flight; North East leading way in helping re-offenders stop. 608
I stole from pensioners to buy a headstone for my dead son. 567
In your dreams! 123
Jobs hope for office project. 237
Judith Wood-Archer; Art History & History. 121
Landing with a Bang. 186
Leading the crusade. 177
Learning festival. 87
Letter: Your Shout - Beatings won't change anything. 168
Letter: Your Shout - Rights act is putting villains first. 360
Letter: Your Shout - Take action on smoker drivers. 236
Letter: Your Shout - Where's the law and order? 239
Letter: Your Shout - William sets a bad example. 97
LIFE IMITATES ART IN NEW PLAY. 310
Linking up by mobile. 344
Love always. 91
Mark Wakenshaw; Human Organisation and Labour Studies. 110
Missing pair plea. 171
Money men get director roles; Financial services firm promotes from within. 234
Mum-to-be in knife terror. 101
Murderer found hanging in cell; Man, 20, was jailed after kicking tramp to death. 330
Natalie finds a winning formula. 434
New manager at firm. Company overview 269
Number-one choice. 201
Nurse to help world's most needy people; Gran fulfils dream of volunteering in India. 402
OFF THE CUFF. 437
Online retail surge. 159
Open day at the loft. 114
Out to impress. 88
Pair held after boy shot dead; 11-year-old gunned down as he played football. 515
Pair held after boy shot dead; 11-year-old gunned down as he played football. 520
Park event. 90
Peers lead us to debt. 138
Pervert OAP strikes again; 75-year-old in court twice in one week. 297
Pick of the day. 176
PICK OF THE DAY; Live European Tour Golf (Sky Sports 2, 10.00am). 108
Picture house plans. 133
PILFERING POSTIE. 303
Please help me to play out; Girl's fundraising effort to buy motorised wheelchair. 427
Public help in attack appeal. 247
Pupils on track for success; Training courses and Education. 346
Quality Information, Advice and Guidance. 549
Quarter of OAPs struggle with chores. 178
Reader's poem; THE POWER OF THE PEN. 105
RECORD BREAKERS TOP OF THEIR CLASS; HARDWORKING YOUNGSTERS TICK ALL THE BOXES WITH EXCELLENT GCSE RESULTS ACROSS THE REGION. 977
RECORD BREAKERS TOP OF THEIR CLASS; HARDWORKING YOUNGSTERS TICK ALL THE BOXES WITH EXCELLENT GCSE RESULTS ACROSS THE REGION. 961
Rewarding volunteers. 139
Rugby Union: Blaydon looking forward to tough task ahead. 434
Rugby Union: Ford is set to motor. 263
Rugby Union: Fresh Falcons out to impress. 468
Rugby Union: Thunder chief in warning to fans. 406
Search for missing man. 134
Second shops battle looms; Developer has designs on centre again following knock-back. 348
Set to kick off Toon Heroes cards; Countdown to launch of collection Chronicle TOON HEROES A NEW BREED. 320
Shipyard is hit by blaze; Nightshift workers escape injury. 426
Short breaks bring stress. 162
Shotgun found in drugs raid; Sawn-off weapon and ammo hidden under bed. 290
Showing she has uploads of skill. 305
Soap stars speak up for skills; Young actors underline the importance of qualifications. 655
SOCCER In Brief: Gunning for a new deal. 86
SPORT In Brief: QUIZ TIME. 99
Study won't mean debts; Higher National Diplomas present a viable option. 705
Sweet 16 for star pupil; HARDWORKING YOUNGSTERS TICK ALL THE BOXES WITH EXCELLENT GCSE RESULTS ACROSS THE REGION. 280
Switch to save. 87
Symphony inspired by North East; Musical memories of region. 327
Team all set for the games. 145
Teens don't have skills. 258
The man who forget he had pounds 60,000. 387
The rise of the super-fan; It might be a band, a TV programme or a celeb, but most of us are fans of something. Here MITYA UNDERWOOD meets two men who have both taken their fan status to another level by setting up their own clubs. 1268
TO ALL from the generator department. 337
Top of the stops. 179
Top score for great Scott; HARDWORKING YOUNGSTERS TICK ALL THE BOXES WITH EXCELLENT GCSE RESULTS ACROSS THE REGION. 260
Tourism awards. 95
Tributes for crash victim. 266
VENT YOUR SPLEEN. 635
Viduka's return could hurt Boro; Toon legend Bob Moncur speaks to Lee Ryder about what lies in prospect when Newcastle travel to the Riverside Stadium on Sunday for the Tyne-Tees derby. 499
Volunteer campaign. 86
WALLS OF SHAME; New wave of graffiti attacks prompts police to appeal to parents for help. 455
Warm welcome. 248
Warning of thefts. 104
Welcome for Queen of the sea; Red carpet and fireworks on Tyne. 386
What a load of rubbish; Travellers left almost three tonnes of waste at car park. 377
WIN 1 OF 100 NATIONAL TRUST FAMILY DAY PASSES; Evening Chronicle Promotion. 293
Woman on fraud charge. 84
YOUR SAY: Will you go to see the QE2 when she is on the Tyne next month? 143

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