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

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'Viking' pilgrims on Holy Island; REPORTING ON OUR NORWAY LINK. 527
A double helping of royal visits; Anne and Philip head North. 376
A talented lad who touched many lives; Website is flooded with messages for tragic teen. Website overview 439
A tasty way to help the planet; Chronicle GO GREEN Sponsored by Environment Agency Our Go Green couple Steve and Gil Emsley have an allotment to grow their own food. Steve writes in his diary about the seasonal benefits of home-grown grub at harvest time. 348
Academy in local hands. 158
ANSWERS NEEDED. 309
Archdeacon Bob to retire. 510
Attacker hunted after punch-up. 195
Basketball: Brits banned by jealous rivals; Face to face with basketball star Richard Midgley as he rebuilds his career after a shattering injury. 162
Basketball: Golden start for Richard; Face to face with basketball star Richard Midgley as he rebuilds his career after a shattering injury. 176
Basketball: I have no doubts and I will prove about my ability it to Eagles fans; Face to face with basketball star Richard Midgley as he rebuilds his career after a shattering injury. 1115
Basketball: Night I became hooked; Face to face with basketball star Richard Midgley as he rebuilds his career after a shattering injury. 207
Batty evening. 110
Be a pal to a needy child. 125
Beauties vied for a pair of stockings; YOUR SHOUT REMEMBER WHEN. 146
Biker injured. 106
Bin the plastic. 113
BISHOP'S Letter. 664
Bob Langley says farewell. 160
Boxing: Cubans are Ghana improve champion; SECONDS OUT Top African to train with Northumbria club coaches. 225
Boxing: Cubans are Ghana improve champion; Top African to train with Northumbria coaches SECONDS OUT. 225
Boxing: Golden challenge; SECONDS OUT. 196
Boxing: New style is on the Mark; SECONDS OUT. 106
Brightening up winter season; Festive celebrations will raise vital charity cash Evening Chronicle Sunshine Fund Enhancing the lives of disabled children. 412
Brothers crashed party. 170
Burst misery. 108
Car destroyed in garage fire. 143
Cat kicker given pet ban for life; Yob's sadistic attack was filmed. 472
CATCH THE ACTION. 96
Celebrations and thanks at Ford; AROUND THE DIOCESE. 242
Christian aid. 417
Christian education? You mean a pie and pea supper and a film? 534
Christian healing. 215
Christian Unity 2008; AROUND THE DIOCESE. 258
Cleared of rape claims. 165
COMMUNITY Chronicle: Marathon man aids hospice; Trans-US run is next objective. 416
Community to rally round poorly boy; Family of seven-year-old organise bone marrow clinic. 348
COUNTDOWN TO KILLING OF AN INNOCENT. 734
Cricketing award in memory of a talented young sailor; Trophy to honour a loved son. Obituary 405
Dad angered by hospital's ban on relatives carrying out procedure; Isn't it my right to cut my baby's umbilical cord? 538
Debut for ceremony. 101
Dedicated to youth cause; Voluntary worker travels to London to collect MBE. 362
Drunk abused storekeeper. 131
Enjoying their reward. 184
Evening Chronicle Competition; WIN AT DOTT 07. 266
Ex-miners win court cash battle. 233
Fair trade city. 122
Fall led to clot on brain. 171
Farmers praised. 101
Flytipping warning for bonfire night. 303
Football: Allardyce's joy at Emre return. 453
Football: Allardyce's joy at Emre return. 399
Football: Becks to be a Tractor Boy? 175
Football: Big Sam Tots up another victory; Alan Oliver's MATCH ANALYSIS. 997
Football: Faye thrilled with partner. 394
Football: Hughes aims to be leading Light. 455
Football: Modest Milner a goalden boy. 519
Football: Take it as Red, Ed wary of Kiev. 360
Football: Trophy draw holds no fears for upbeat Bogie. 403
Football: YOU'RE WHY JOEY SIGNED; Sam hails United fans after Barton reception. 515
Forward into mission. 446
Four generations celebrate Dot's 100th. 171
Fun at libraries. 89
Fundraisers slapped with parking fines; Family given tickets without warning. 561
Fusion - one year on. 582
Gene research into disease. 261
Getting to the bottom of Casanova; There's something cheeky going on at Northern Stage this week, as Entertainment Editor GORDON BARR finds out. 360
Girl's balcony fall. 174
Glazing salesman denies assault. 236
GREEN LINKS. 590
Groups backed. 105
Handle animals. 107
Hark, the Glad Sound! AROUND THE DIOCESE. 175
Have say on care service. 134
Have say on new centre. 126
Help find killers. 127
Holiday horror leaves 4 dead. 378
Home design ideas. 166
How we'll live. 121
I'LL MAKE THE MOST OF MY 15 MINUTES; Liam McGough was one of the housemates in Channel 4's Big Brother this year. Here we talk to the County Durham bachelor about meeting his TV heroes, life under the reality show spotlight and how to handle the fame game. 618
Ice Hockey: Wilson warns Vipers after home debacle. 405
Ice Hockey: Win will spur on Tottenham. 288
Images for change - and more. 286
IN THE NEWS. 441
Injecting the faith factor. 553
It's official... The impossible is possible! AROUND THE DIOCESE. 920
Jobless figures go down. 162
Jobless progress. 85
Knifepoint robber hunt. 176
Launch of 'Understanding Faiths - a practical guide to working with faith communities'. 224
Letter: YOUR SHOUT - Bus services for workers a disgrace. 264
Letter: YOUR SHOUT - Let the BBC fend for itself. 355
Letter: YOUR SHOUT - NEXUS replies. 151
Letter: YOUR SHOUT - Take a proper look at Labour. 361
Letter: YOUR SHOUT - Thatcher put things right. 104
Man denies assault claim. 235
Man on 13 sex charges. 145
Man, 93, pulled dead from river. 299
Mass appeal! 200
Mindfulness meditation can help us all make sense of the world around us. 749
Mine memories. 364
Miners' payouts secured by ruling. 381
Mini breaks prove a hit. 108
More homes. 113
My pal Deng is real star; Face to face with basketball star Richard Midgley as he rebuilds his career after a shattering injury. 155
Necklace-snatcher jailed two years; Mugger put teenage girl through violent struggle. 304
New Readers licensed... AROUND THE DIOCESE. 258
New Wine Network. 208
Phoenix Youth Project. 408
Pick of the day. 170
PICK OF THE DAY; Live UEFA Champions League (Sky Sports 2, 7.30pm). 119
Places polled. 97
Police arrest man again. 106
Police probe. 105
Police targete drug villains. 165
Prince meets brave prize-winners. 172
Protecting our natural heritage. 410
PUNTERS PANEL; Our panel give their views on last night's 3-1 win over Spurs. Discussion 355
QUIZ TIME. 91
Reader's poem; YOUR SHOUT ONLY ONE. 91
Red Cap hearing rejects calls for inquiry; Family may appeal to European courts. 423
REUNITED; YOUR SHOUT. 275
Ringing the new bells. 457
RIVERSIDE DEATH; Pensioner's body found at popular beauty spot. 365
Road fatality. 107
Rugby Union: Double boost and warning for Gateshead. 317
Rugby Union: Fenby's 50th not enough this time. 383
Rugby Union: Frustrated Noon itching to return; Falcons ace eager to get back to business PURE WAL RUGBY. 521
Running for HIV charity; AROUND THE DIOCESE. 239
Safety advice to the elderly. 185
School plans are revealed. 137
School staff fear cuts in their pay; Shake-up could see workers lose thousands, claims union. 405
Search for answers; COMMENT. 180
SOCCER In Brief: STEVE STAUNTON'S reign as Republic. 111
Spared prison. 95
SPORT In Brief: QUIZ TIME. 90
SPORT In Brief: Scott all set for comeback. 102
Supergrass has jail sentence cut; Getaway driver's evidence led to conviction. 537
Tackling the cyber bullies. 227
Take a walk on the wild side... A new flagship series on the BBC includes coverage of the wealth of wildlife in the North East. JENNIFER BRADBURY has the details. 985
Taking chairs. 104
Taking charge. 118
Tea dancing; AROUND THE DIOCESE. 168
Teen charged. 88
The birth of... Evie Mothersdale. 282
The death of... Frank Eyre. 255
The Gosforth Mysteries; This month Link looks at two more parishes, St Nicholas, Gosforth, and St John Lee, Hexham, who are pursuing mission action plans in different ways..... 929
The marriage of... Michael Gutherson and Gail Mason. 254
Time to end our Lottery losing run. 288
Time to lay your cards on the table; Complete your Toon Heroes at swap shop. 452
Tips on drunks. 104
TOON TEXTS. 459
Top-class service. 80
Trains could be back on track; Metro set to resume after engineers fill hole with cement. 576
Tribute as TJ returns. 501
VENT YOUR SPLEEN. 534
venue of wedding. 97
Walking the Labyrinth; Eric Lewis ponders the tempations, triumphs and consolations of the spiritual aid in the gardens of Shepherds Dene... 427
Warm welcome for Judy Hirst. 636
Warning after swords theft. 148
We need a full inquiry into this; Family's MP demands open investigation into the scandal of the charity worker and the dangerous schizophrenic. 1092
we'll stick it to the yobs; Elderly learn the art of self-defence. 450
What chance a stable moral benchmark ? On My Mind... 1375
WHY WAS ASHLEIGH PUT AT RISK? Family demand answers over care worker's killing. 119
Wild about conservation; Chronicle GO GREEN Sponsored by Environment Agency. 319
WINE REVIEW. 597
Wrestlers seeking to wreak revenge. 102
YOUR SAY: What would you do with 15 minutes of fame? 156

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