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Articles from Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England) (June 22, 2007)

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Title Author Type Words
80-year-old racing car to fetch pounds 1/2m. 192
Aboard for all the fun. 100
Back to the fish bowl of fame; Star's pets aid his comeback. 457
Binge-drink culture hits shocking new levels smoking-related deaths. 536
Biopic of the little sparrow; cinema LA VIE EN ROSE (LA MOME) (12A, 140 mins) Drama. Marion Cotillard, Jean-Pierre Martins, Pascale Greggory, Sylvie Testud, Clotilde Courau, Emmanuelle Seigner, Jean-Paul Rouve, Gerard Depardieu, Marc Barbe. Director: Olivier Dahan. *****. 370
Blood donor sessions. 157
Boom time at sea. 172
Boost in 999 NHS calls. 197
Bowen in the chair. 133
Bowls club's great year. 142
Buses hit by blaze. 83
Call for food outlet controls. 132
CAMERA SHY! Millions ready to take rap. 366
Cancer battler was our hero; Readers pay tribute to grandad who waged drug campaign. 441
Caper lacks depth; dvds. 221
Cash for addicts; Anger as inmates get pay-outs for breach of rights. 402
Castle night raises cash. 140
Cheers: It's free. 110
Church turns a blind eye; Vicar allows drunks to booze in grounds. 578
Cleared suspect: Me, Tino & our coke hell; AS HIS WRONGLY ACCUSED PAL TELLS OF DRUG TRIAL ORDEAL. 738
Climate warning. 84
Cook's men a good bet; BET RESCUE. 402
Couple's dreams are shattered; pounds 4,000 holiday fund is stolen. 479
Cricket: Balance the key to Dynamos success. 360
Cricket: Chopwell aim to beat the weather; Three Counties N'land League. 387
Cricket: Colly confirmed as England No 1. 334
Cricket: Colly's ready to lead his country. 317
Cricket: Durham target a Twenty20 vision; No rest for Cook's men after semi-final glory. 419
Cricket: Harbour try to stave off a stormy weather; Foster's Durham Senior League. 355
Cricket: Neighbours set for derby battle; Foster's N'land and Tyneside Senior League. 377
Cricket: Windows of opportunity; Northern Rock North East Premier League. 606
Cricket: Worth putting their faith in youth; 3D Sport Durham Coast League. 272
Cute Mazda2 is packed with flair. 160
Don't get into a rage; THIS week, Benfield's David Robinson, general manager at Nissan Gateshead offers advice to keep your cool with road bullies. 260
eating out: It'll put you on a conveyor belt to raw pleasure. 704
Efforts to help elderly stay fit. 138
Eriksson is Thaksin's choice to take charge at City. 385
Fans Toon into popular gigs. 675
Festival of design. 156
Festival of food. 90
Film feels like pure torture; CAPTIVITY (18, 85 mins) Horror/Thriller. Elisha Cuthbert, Daniel Gillies, Pruitt Taylor Vince, Laz Alonso, Michael Harney, Rebekah Ryan. Director: Roland Joffe.***** cinema. 290
Finalist is real bright spark. 157
Floods feared. 98
Flushing failures. 172
Flying the flag. 236
Football: Brooking calls for full-time Under-21 boss. 341
Football: Toon ace's fury at 'coward' jibe; Taylor reveals Dutch coach's accusations. 700
Ford's new Mondeo's a marvel; STEWART SMITH takes his first drive in Ford's new Mondeo and finds it a winner. 568
Ford's new Mondeo's a marvel; STEWART SMITH takes his first drive in Ford's new Mondeo and finds it a winner. 468
games: It's a hands-down success. 447
games: Ride like the wind. 476
Garage has a different owner. 467
Getz ready for more. 638
Getz ready for more; MALCOLM ROBERTSHAW takes to the road in the Hyundai Getz 1.5 CRTD CDX+3dr. 630
Golf: Weaver reunion starts season. 296
Grounded and browned off; Holiday flight cancellations spark airport protests. 387
Has done better! School with serious weaknesses turns itself right round. 352
Hat's the way to do it! 97
Health issues. 101
Healthy lessons. 120
Heavenly harp joins the choir; A favourite of royalty and the aristocracy, harpist Janet Bennett is fast establishing herself as an international musician, as RICHARD YATES reports. 275
Help at hand for stroke patients. 109
Help bust the rogue shops. 167
HELP YOUR SCHOOL WIN A SHARE OF pounds 15,000; Evening Chronicle Promotion. 124
Holiday trip of a lifetime. 153
Honda's green machine. 585
Hooded robbers target bookies. 175
Horse Racing: Yeats could be wizard of OZ. 315
I want justice for dead dog. 445
I'll accent-uate the positive now; Syndrome sufferer Lynda accepts her new voice. 413
I'm moving on up. 191
IN THE FRAME; Art gallery bids to exhibit Sir Elton's photo collection. 327
Internet alert. 98
It's away the lads. 80
It's black, it's white, it's read, it's green; Ever wondered where your Chronicle goes when you have finished reading the news? Environment reporter AMY HUNT found out how it becomes rubbish, pulp, a roll of newsprint and a paper once again. 453
It's just 2 good to be true! Chris Russon drives a Mazda made with women in mind. 639
IT'S LANE CRAZY; Complaints at restriction. 280
Joy over return of bus. 127
Judge jails builder for work scam; Householders conned out of cash. 396
Keane aims to land Nugent; Setback for Roy. 406
Lacking in personality; dvds Arthur and The Invisibles (Cert U, 89 mins, Momentum Pictures, DVD pounds 19.99, Family/Drama) Starring: Freddie Highmore, Mia Farrow, Adam Lefevre, Ronald Crawford, and featuring the voices of Robert De Niro, Madonna, David Bowie, Jimmy Fallon. *****. 300
Lawn Tennis: Murray to face Ecuador star. 217
Lawn Tennis: Sharapova feeling just ace! 233
League speaks out on Souey. 254
Letter: YOUR SHOUT - Can't we move on from Diana? 89
Letter: YOUR SHOUT - Hit child sex offenders hard. 162
Letter: YOUR SHOUT - Is it safe to give to India? 92
Letter: Your Shout - MPs' finances will stay open. 157
Letter: Your Shout - OBESITY. 101
Letter: Your Shout - Paintings of life. 182
Letter: Your Shout - Reader's poem. 136
Letter: Your Shout - Shifting the smokers is the point! 172
Letter: Your Shout - The cat next door. 135
Letter: Your Shout - Wedding day blues. 129
Letter: Your Shout - Work of women is never done. 136
Lion roars out a GT challenge. 386
Living in a Materia world. 304
Malta tourists 'spot' Maddy; Police probe possible sightings of missing girl. 450
Man clocks up 35 years. 156
Manufacturers' summer stars; STEVE HUGHES rounds up the week's motoring news in a nutshell. 421
Matiz still lives on; IAN JOHNSON test drives the Chevrolet Matiz 1.0 SE 5 door. 480
Mazda man's return. 91
Metro thugs behind bars. 186
Mill acts for future. 113
Moonlighting. 88
Murderer's life term slashed; Husband-killer's lover to serve 12 years. 568
New model has the edge. 95
Orange bosses left red-faced; Call centre rules changed after data breach. 412
Overcoming her demons; cinema. 633
party city: A night on the town; WIN pounds 25. 141
Paying for city growth; pounds 130,000 salary for new job. 393
Payout madness; Evening Chronicle COMMENT. 203
Peugeot in top slot. 88
Pick of the day. 192
PICK OF THE DAY; Live Cricket (Sky Sports 1, 5.30pm). 107
Planners vote against new houses. 119
Plug is pulled on phone jobs; Company blames internet for loss of call centre roles. 390
Pole assault leaves mum in fear. 504
Police look for new recruits. 126
Police target street knife gangs; You face 14 years in prison, teenage muggers are warned. 586
pounds 10.6m music to our ears. 146
Prices down and sales up. 767
Prices down and sales up; used Car shootout OUR series spotlighting the best cars pits popular models in a shootout to find the best. Here the Citroen Xsara Picasso and VW Touran, go head to head in the midi MPV category. 728
Promising pairing fail to pull off gamble; LUCKY YOU (PG, 123 mins) Drama/Romance. Eric Bana, Drew Barrymore, Robert Duvall, Debra Messing, Charles Martin Smith, Phyllis Somerville, Robert Downey Jr, Horatio Sanz. Director: Curtis Hanson.***** cinema. Movie review 328
Remember our babies; A campaign has been launched to erect a memorial to thousands of dead babies and children who lie in unmarked graves in a North East cemetery. LIZ LAMB meets the mothers behind it. 1414
Risky test for new drivers. 197
Rod's impressive posse of celebrity fans. 147
Roll up for all the fun of the fair; Pair try out white-knuckle rides as the Hoppings opens on the Town Moor. 418
Rugby Union: Consistency key in our trophy bid; Falcons coach Fletcher backs his side to kick on. 534
Sales are still soaring; Customers willing to pay for luxuries. 328
Sam's pledge on misfit Luq. 347
School facelift earns praise. 149
Skilled duo scoop awards. 132
So tickled to be back; A taste of Notty Ash is heading for Tyneside in a few weeks - and tickets are still available. Entertainment Editor GORDON BARR has the details. 261
So you're a supermodel, eh? 231
Standing out from a crowd; MIKE TORPEY takes to the road in the Sunderland-built Nissan Qashqai 2.0 Acenta. This is his verdict. 558
Steph on right track. 124
Still showing... cinema. 253
Student flat controversy rumbles on; Private landlords were denied a say over housing policy. 416
Stylish space. 301
Super car is now a classic. 169
Taking a walk for fun. 126
Taking plunge for Africa trip. 167
Talented young golfer is targeted by thieves; Lad's dreams of turning pro scuppered. 451
The LOCALS: The North East local music scene. 281
Thriller works magic; dvds. 211
Tip-offs lead to seizure of cannabis; Pair arrested after house raid. 394
Traffic switch alert. 139
Wheel big deal. 110
When Porsche stepped up a size; CLASSIC CARS. 466
Whitehead relishing Juve visit. 153
WIN 1 OF 2 FANTASTIC LAPTOPS; Chronicle Competition. 181
WIN TICKETS TO SEE CAPTIVITY; Evening Chronicle Competition Plus fantastic merchandise ODEON FANATICAL ABOUT FILM cinema. 192
WIN Tickets to see Danny the Champion of the World; Chronicle Competition. 319
Woman's giant needles record bid. 513
Worker claims moral victory. 184
YOUR SAY: What is your favourite ride at the Hoppings Fair and why? 146

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