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Articles from Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England) (November 19, 2007)

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Academy plan fears. 232
Academy scheme worries parents. 302
Aid relief for Bangladesh. 224
Aiming to cut casualties. 176
Airport bomb hoaxer jailed for fake calls; Prankster thought it was 'funny' to spark alert. 513
Armed robbery. 99
Athletics: Big two are knocked out of their stride; Bill McGuirk with all the weekend's athletics news. 538
Athletics: Morris moves into top gear; Bill McGuirk with all the weekend's athletics news. 732
Athletics: Walter storms to title repeat; Bill McGuirk with all the weekend's athletics news. 246
Attacks may be linked. 314
Babies in news. 105
Badge appeal. 89
Blaze rescue. 106
Call-in clinic's first birthday. 184
Caprio can cap early promise. 401
Carols to aid children. 93
CarToons are top drawer on weight issues; In association with the NHS Cartoons are not just for entertainment and artists are using colourful creatures to teach children important lessons about being overweight. Health reporter JANE PICKEN has the details. 663
CCTV check after blaze. 227
Celebration service for the Royals. 206
CHAOS AS FIRE DESTROYS HOTEL; Emergency services battle flames at historic building. 480
Charity auction. 103
College wins top award. 99
Colourful diet can prevent cancer; In association with the NHS. 134
Concern for aged; In association with the NHS. 119
Corrie stars light up the city. 232
Council puts safety first. 163
Cricket: Aussies face a Testing last day. 244
Cricket: Harmison gets back into the England fold; Riverside pace ace recalled for tour. 457
Crowds set for festive market. 126
Donor offers Jack the gift of life; By finding bone marrow donors, the Anthony Nolan Trust offers hope to those fighting life-threatening illnesses. As the Trust's awareness week starts today, Laura Close, from Rowlands Gill, told health reporter JANE PICKEN how her seven-year-old son Jack found a perfect match for a transplant through the charity. 557
DR SCOTT'S SURGERY; In association with the NHS. 455
Drug may aid HIV treatment; In association with the NHS. 198
Duo helping cancer patients overcome mealtime problems; In association with the NHS Cancer specialists are helping patients in County Durham overcome eating problems linked to their illness thanks to backing from charity Macmillan Cancer Support. Health reporter JANE PICKEN has the details. 818
End sicknote culture vow; New test for disability benefit claimants. 436
Ensuring 999 crews give of their best; In association with the NHS. 569
Festive letters. 109
Fight for a park. 99
Fire service plan. 99
Firm friends help family with sorrow; Seeking solace from those who knew tragic Mark. 656
Football: At least Oba will have his chance; Owen injury might not be all bad news. 507
Football: Call-up will leave Cats ace out for six weeks. 269
Football: Duo back in charge. 239
Football: Healy honour at breaking hero's record. 237
Football: I'll stay: McLeish. 348
Football: Ireland ask top players. 321
Football: Lampard: I'm in best form of career. 290
Football: Lindoe delight as Consett romp into next round; FA VASE. 306
Football: Long run is over for Bogie; UNIBOND PREMIER. 306
Football: Macca: England must be so solid. 352
Football: More agony for Harry's battlers; BLUE SQUARE NORTH. 396
Football: Pal Owen is just so unlucky; Roeder: United striker is not injury-probe. 411
Football: Setback all part of the learning curve; UNIBOND NORTH ONE. 247
Football: Team deserve plaudits; ARNGROVE NORTHERN LEAGUE. 227
Football: Toon scout has a Luca at stars; Monty in twin player mission. 383
Football: Toon target Ben Haim is Euro star. 462
Garden helpers. 120
Get help and advice when you need it; In association with the NHS. 117
GUIDE TO LIFE; In association with the NHS. 653
Hats' off to kind knitters. 125
Healthy eating for the heart; In association with the NHS. 162
High hopes for pounds 7 picture. 157
Horse Racing: Caprio can cap early promise. 352
Horse Racing: DOUBLE DISASTER; Trainer Paul Nicholls has a weekend to forget at Cheltenham Two horse killed in fatal falls. 548
Horse Racing: Walsh to see own surgeon. 158
Hotel plan for village. 94
How to spot the signs; In association with the NHS. 136
Ice Hockey: Carter left with mixed emotions. 411
Ice Hockey: Home groans as Vipers are stung. 489
Keeping fish in the swim. 179
Keeping fit and healthy is a walk in the park for us! In association with the NHS Amid the beautiful setting of Alnwick Garden, older people are taking part in activities which will improve their wellbeing. Health reporter JANE PICKEN visited the Northumberland attraction to find out more. 1027
Kennel club joins protest. 210
Knife ordeal. 137
Lawn Tennis: Gilbert still not on a Brad deal. 139
Lawn Tennis: Roger and out on another ace campaign. 343
Laying the memories to rest; Falklands veteran makes emotional return to scene of battle. 416
Let us mark our lost babies' grave; Grandma, 66, traced her stillborn infant to cemetery mound. 466
Letter: YOUR SHOUT - Questions on Science City plans. 301
Log on to courses. 86
Losing the ability to communicate can be devastating - it impacts so much on your life; In association with the NHS Rehabilitation is an essential part of recovering from a stroke and one Tyneside unit is celebrating 10 years dedicated to helping patients rebuild their lives. Health reporter JANE PICKEN found out more. 978
Luck of draw for MP Sharon; Chance for new Bill in Parliament. 397
Lucky ducky. 99
Man admits he carried out knife killing; Manslaughter of 25-year-old in street admitted. 277
Man admits stab charge. 94
Meals on wheels on the move; Elderly will be hit, says union. 494
Mechanics praised. 98
Melt away the excess fat; In association with the NHS. 216
Mum of truant fails to appear for court date. 190
Nursery hits traffic hazard. 105
Pals pitch in for dad's memorial; Family and friends of 20-year-old mark anniversary. 506
Patients in safe hands; In association with the NHS Safety for patients is a top priority for North East medics and one trust's efforts have put them in the running for a national award. Health reporter JANE PICKEN has the details. 186
Pick of the day. 180
PICK OF THE DAY; Live Test Cricket (Sky Sports 1, 11.30pm). 115
PO robbery. 114
Police in A&E. 108
Police slam jetski users after search; Rescue effort in North Sea. 360
Police slam thrillseekers for jetski jape; Five people spark North Sea rescue operation. 462
PUPILS GO TO TOON; Children rewarded with trip to St James's Park for attendance. 444
Quality of life hit by weight decline; In association with the NHS. 107
RAF war hero killed in car accident. 321
Region's schools praised. 113
Round three in housing protest. 146
Rugby Union: Wasps double-header has Falcons coach buzzing. 391
Safety first. 82
Sara's battle song; Musical tribute to brave girl. 405
School fires alert. 110
School takes over offices. 135
Setting trend for new generation of names; What to call your child is getting more and more difficult, as MITYA UNDERWOOD discovers. 1286
Sicknote culture. 163
Six arrests follow year-long drugs probe. 242
Something fishy about tunnel plan; Experts look at effects of building new Tyne crossing. 392
SPORT In Brief: Thomas all set for Star ride. 101
Stars on the ball; Youngsters seeking autographs for charity. 614
Stop smoking success story. 162
Stroke causes and effects; In association with the NHS. 154
Super fruits fight cancer; In association with the NHS. 188
Take - over bids are very low; Rivals aim to snap up mortgage lender with cut-price offers northern rock. 466
Take over bids are very low; Rivals aim to snap up mortgage lender with cut-price offers northern rock. 465
Teen attacker. 96
THE LIGHT FANTASTICS; Young artists' joy as festive drawings are brought to life. 575
THE WONDER OF TINY LIVES; 300 survivors celebrate at baby unit Christmas party. 487
Village wants surgery back. 202
Walsh to see docs. 110
What's On: Amy's voice is worth the wait; Troubled singer Amy Winehouse played Newcastle last night. Entertainment Editor GORDON BARR was there. 430
What's On: He's a real Superhero; CHRIS CONWAY reviews Newton Faulkner at the Journal Tyne Theatre in Newcastle. 295
WIN A FAMILY BREAK TO MEET BRUM; Evening Chronicle Promotion. 292
Yob caught with blade in pocket; Serial lout in court again after racist slurs led to her arrest. 492
YOUR SHOUT: Reader's poem; MAGIC IN THE SKY. 223
YOUR SHOUT: YOUR SAY: If you could change a law what would it be? 206

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