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Articles from Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England) (February 26, 2008)

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500 money jobs. 93
A HUGE EFFORT FOR TINY LIVES; Girl's thank you to hospital. 317
Animals spring forth. 241
ANNITSFORD, DUDLEY, FORDLEY. 498
Arsonists torch shipyard jetty. 169
Back on the street thanks to jail crisis; YOB WHO BATTERED OFFICER FREED AS LAWYER SAYS PRISONS FULL. 638
Basketball: Blyth's fitness worries pile up. 326
Basketball: Caught up in a cash uproar. 382
Basketball: Eagles European ambitions match my own. 494
Basketball: I was hounded out of Oz and forced to play abroad; I don't deserve my bad boy tag insists Eagles new recruit Leven after nightmare experiences in his native Australia and in US FACE TO FACE. 1162
Basketball: Patriot games for Steven. 233
Basketball: Whole new ball game. 157
Beautiful blend of cultures; An Elephant at Newcastle's Theatre Royal? You'd better believe it. Entertainment Editor GORDON BARR has the details. 336
Bets are off. 107
Blazing a trail to help others. 113
Boxing: Birtley boxers are a knockout. 362
Boxing: HIGH FELL celebrate their eighth anniversary. 226
Boxing: Irish fling is Dave's farewell. 254
Boxing: Smart Alex in the money. 212
Boxing: Tyneside tussle for Tucker. 148
Business uni move. 146
Byker Grove star's anger; Former actor loses prison job. 423
Campaign has a spring clean. 145
CATCH THE ACTION. 85
Caught out. 169
Chopper case thrown out. 163
CLAWBACK OF COCAINE CASH; Judge confiscates profits from drugs gang member. 432
Cole in assault arrest. 170
Country comments. 283
Crackdown on parking pests; PARENTS' CARS SPARK FEARS OVER CHILD SAFETY. 806
Cricket: Ryan's ruled out of clash. 272
DID BRUTE KILL MILLY? Murderer linked to unsolved crime. 410
DO WE CARE; Reader's poem. 180
Dream school work starts. 121
Duff in the dock for speed shame; Star admits doing 101mph. 566
Face to face with fair trade. 140
Fanciers race for a birds-eye view; REMEMBER WHEN. 104
Festival for Fairtraders; sponsored by Environment Agency. 568
Firm has food for thought. 103
Football: Hughton is relishing his United role. 540
Football: I can't think about relegation after I went down with Leeds; MILNER ON THE SPOT - United star James Milner answers YOUR question. 1654
Football: Injured stars in line for run out. 343
Football: SHAY FACES NEW OP FEARS; Keeper could be out for rest of season. 451
Footie girl's text rage on ex-lover; Smashes glass in her face. 431
Forgotten by time, neglected by all, a piece of our history; In the latest in our occasional series on Hidden Tyeside, TOM MULLEN visits the ruins of an ancient castle, shrouded in mystery. 722
Gales warning. 96
Gazza's family rallying around. 256
Gemma McAvoy and Nigel Davidson; The marriage of... 266
Going Dutch. 159
Golfers help in cancer fight. 163
GOODBYE, MR CHIPS. 186
Group visits. 111
Have your say on waste; sponsored by Environment Agency. 169
He should be jailed; COMMENT. 128
Headstone bill rejected. 144
Health staff in e-mail probe. 195
Home scheme backed. 93
Horse Racing: McCoy's raring to get back in saddle. 181
Horse Racing: Speagle could turn the tables. 524
Hospital is praised by health chief. 176
Hostel tops poll. 97
Hunt on for beauties. 139
I tried to save her; WITNESS TELLS OF ATTACK HORROR. 369
Ideas sought. 111
In remembrance ... John Elliot. 261
IN THE NEWS; REAL ale pub The Newcastle Arms has been crowned Tyneside Pub of the Year by the Campaign For Real Ale for the third year running. TOM MULLEN had a cheeky half with landlord Neil Amos. 348
Inspired by talk. 115
Jersey probe. 105
Josie told us: You can miss me, but you can't be sad; Parents' vow one year after losing daughter. 410
Kielder contest. 98
Let sunshine help cut those large fuel bills; sponsored by Environment Agency This week, our Green diarist STEVE EMSLEY carried out a neat experiment which shows the power of the sun. 362
Let's reserve our best for last, says Sadler. 292
Letter: YOUR SHOUT - A closer look at Castro. 149
Letter: YOUR SHOUT - Easter advice for diabetics. 122
Letter: YOUR SHOUT - Less talk and more action. 150
Letter: YOUR SHOUT - MPs' double standards. 82
Letter: YOUR SHOUT - River tolls tell of inequality. 133
Letter: YOUR SHOUT - Security risk of DNA database. 150
Lights go out. 101
Lorry crash. Medical condition overview 115
Man is tagged. 108
March v Match: Fears footie may scupper parade; DERBY DAY COULD CLASH WITH EVENT TO HONOUR WAR DEAD. 399
Medic backs mood drugs. 246
Mosque helps to plan future. 82
MP sounds a battlecry. 117
New homes scheme gets back on track; Work due to start soon. 238
On the run; TYNESIDE SHOOT-OUT SUSPECT FLEES HOLIDAY ISLE. 377
Owen appears at sport forgery trial; Men accused of selling fakes. 412
Painting the dome by numbers; Public vote will decide colour. 548
Parents' vow to brave daughter. 135
PC vows to carry on. 164
Peak performance; Trekkers conquer Kilimanjaro to help patients. 290
Pick of the day. 166
PICK OF THE DAY; Live WTA Tennis (British Eurosport, 3.00pm). 111
POINTING TO SUCCESS. 179
Professor's reason to relish the rain; sponsored by Environment Agency Our Go Green Doc PROF PAUL YOUNGER is back, and this week he has a question about water to answer. 375
Readers respond. 101
Retinal screen ser vice merges. 112
REUNITED. 320
Revamp for town. 106
Rugby Union: Nervous almost blow it. 341
Rugby union: Woods says yes to Falcons offer; PUREWAL RUGBY. 533
Shannon vigil. 103
Shocking cost of bin fires revealed; Young fire-starters in Newcastle have run up a pounds 5.6m bill. Reporter LAURA CAROE spoke to the city's arson task force about how it is tackling this costly problem, which can also put lives at risk. 656
SHOWBIZ gossip. 437
Smoke alarm saves family. 139
Smuggler in tab trap; 1.2M CIGS DESTINED FOR STREETS. 405
SPORT In Brief: Mac mistake. 98
SPORT In Brief: STATE SIDE. 100
Sporty chef out to wow judges; BANKING ON HIS PASSION FOR LOCAL INGREDIENTS. 476
Stun gun owner is spared jail term. 201
Suspected arsonists hit old shipyard; Fire crews called in to deal with blazing jetty. 291
The birth of... Louis Beckett. 212
Theft spree cost colleagues' jobs; Shop worker admits stealing pounds 4,000. 456
Trike sparks smiles; Evening Chronicle Sunshine Fund Graphite Resources YOUNGSTER ON A ROLL THANKS TO KIND DONATIONS. 294
University tests the glass ceiling. 299
VENT YOUR SPLEEN. 688
Wedding album. 98
What hidden secrets do you want to see? 226
WIN 1 of 10 pounds 100 JJB SPORTS VOUCHERS. 392
WORLD Tonight: Man fed corpses. 81
Worth a check. 111
YOUR SAY: What colour would you paint the Whitley Bay Dome? 153

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