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Articles from Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England) (October 24, 2009)

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'Green' tunnel needs investment. 190
A rare tweet at coast. 181
A taste of Irish luxury; DAVID OLD and his wife, Vicky, spentthree days at five-star AshfordCastleonthe West coast of Ireland. 633
Aaron's up for City test AARON HUGHES has; SOCCER In Brief. 95
Amazing Grace remembered in ceremony; BALLOONS TO MARK HER LIFE RELEASED AT MOVING FUNERAL. 600
Arsene focused; SOCCER In Brief. 112
Ashley is damaged, discredited and condemned. 184
Av o i d i n g accidents. 193
Blyth's late comeback stuns Forest; Cook and Turnbull Cramlington Sunday Lg. 271
BNP poll boost. 157
Boat is stolen. 102
Bolo may prove steal of season. 582
Born on this day. 147
Bruce hands Nyron new deal. 161
Burn is too hot for the House; REPORTS FROM AROUND THE SUNDAY LEAGUE FOOTBALL SCENE: Synergy Blyth and Wansbeck Sunday League. 352
Cancer victim's tan warning. 164
Charles enjoys happy birthday. 522
City slickers pull off a major Cup shock. 633
Coach derailed; Title holders suffer shock loss: Tyneside Sunday League. 445
Condolences to Grace's family. 86
Confident but cautious. 216
Crash incident. 84
Cruelty charge after dog find. 202
Darkness means danger on roads; Road safety figures reveal November is the most dangerous month on our roads. JOANNE BUTCHER asks what we can do to keep our children safe on winter days. 506
Doorstep attack on OAP. 121
Duke's claim; World Tonight. 83
Elderly doctor defies robbers; REMARKABLE RECOVERY FOR BATTERED OAP. 414
Elton ready to rock Arena. 237
Ensuring fireworks go off with a bang; Event can be fun - and safe. 641
Euro title rivals primed for big dress rehearsal. 360
Fans' favourite departs Vipers; Griffith's return didn't work out says Longmuir. 459
Farr better way to learn. 118
Felling felled by Tots. 229
Flu jabs at risk from strikes; THREAT TO HEALTH AS APPOINTMENTS COULD BE DELAYED. 509
Fond memories; ELDON SQUARE CHIEF TAKES A LOOK BACK THROUGH THE AGES. 473
Former Byker Grove actor's payout cash; EX-TV STAR WAS HARASSED BY PRISON SERVICE BOSS OVER ILLNESS. 475
FRANCIS WOOD. 502
Fun Day had by all at the Dome; SIX packed pages of Grassroots Sport start here with junior football - more reports on pages 46 and 47. 257
GOOD ENOUGH TO EAT - Potatoes. 111
GORDON Brown and the masters [...]. 205
Green light to pounds 200m health plan; NEW EMERGENCY CARE HOSPITAL TO BE BUILT IN SCHEME. 487
Having a say. 112
Having a voice. 94
He's been birdnapped. 315
Hughes aims to restore Pride. 184
Hunt for owner. 114
Hunting for the heroes of 2012; Sports stars search for Olympic hopefuls. 448
I'll fight on, says patient. 244
I've Ben thinking about loan move. 314
Jailed trucker's ex is locked up in fraud case; JUSTICE CAMPAIGNER FINDS HERSELF ON THE INSIDE AFTER GUILTY VERDICT. 739
Jarrow on the march; Fellgate's first point of season. 543
Joining forces to beat crime. 206
Jumps season set to launch. 311
Man forced from squalor; POLICE BREAK IN AFTER CONCERNED CALLS. 386
Man's child porn chase. 170
Mark of Excellence. 197
Martin seeks happy return. 285
Medics slam tan sessions; COUNCILS UNDER SCRUTINY FOR NOT BANNING SUNBEDS. 489
Moyes backed; SOCCER In Brief. 82
MY PAL CHRIS CAN TAKE THE HEAT SAYS JOL. 348
New business is a grave affair. 273
No 9 legends ready to take centre stage. 302
Objectors pleased at pool rethink. 232
ON THIS DAY. 229
OOH, dear oh dear! 341
Owen's braced to face the flak. 399
Payout for Di probe. 165
Phone mast plan protest. 230
Playtime at centre. 101
pounds 500 for park. 100
Power plant back in use. 179
Pride on line against Lions. 432
Raptors in raptures; JUNIOR FOOTBALL SHORTS. 108
Reader poem. 133
Ready, steady... 113
Red go so near. 137
Risk to bunnies. 103
Rockets take off with two victories. 374
Sam's fury at crock claim. 342
SEVEN Days on the Breadline [...]. 464
Seven up as points shared; Northumberland Girls League. 296
Ship's story hit the silver screen; Wartime film inspired by HMS Kelly's exploits. 630
Streets seeing the light. 200
Taking the stage School in bid to; School in bid to help toddler fund. 478
Terror attack on teen victim. 132
The bulb is a beautiful thing. 417
Thirty years of legendary Viz! Tyneside comic Viz is celebrating its 30th birthday with a special edition and a national exhibition. LIZ LAMB chats to Viz cartoonist Simon Thorp about his work. 558
Time for a change? 190
Toby Jug targeting his third triumph. 502
Toon should know to take care over promoting caretaker. 554
Tourist still in Costa prison; HELD FOR A MONTH AFTER ACCUSATION. 514
Trucker's fight to clear name. 188
Two trebles the Storey of Blucher win; North East Sunday League. 355
United won't be left behind. 273
Warning from watchdog. 109
Wat a show by loan pairing. 529
What glorious defeats! 123
WHAT TO DO THIS WEEK. 169
Whitley see off Saints. 118
Who'll get the jab. 118
Woman stole from elderly friend; pounds 900 TAKEN FROM MAN'S BANK ACCOUNT. 407
Woodhorn hit a Red Brick wall; Morpeth Sunday League. 372
Your Stars. 614

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