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Articles from Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England) (October 15, 2007)

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A delight for diners; RUNNER UP: JIMMY HARRINGTON Waiter/Waitress of the Year. 212
A splash of colour; Hotel Employee of the year RUNNER UP: GWEN FOSTER. 232
A world of difference between here and there; A group of North East students spent two months in India teaching the local people about life on Tyneside, and learning more about life in their world. MITYA UNDERWOOD hears about their life-changing trip. 1219
Angel praise. 103
Angler fined for no licence! 172
Athletics: Gateshead back on the right road. 508
Barman who is in the know; Bartender of the year WINNER: GAVIN BISSET. 300
Basketball: Fab - but we can play even better! Flournoy joy as Eagles seal double win on road. 481
Benefit cheats caught fiddling. 143
Boy, 15, raped two children; Teenager gets three years for vile attacks. 271
Care closure plans protest. 127
CATCH THE ACTION. 89
Centre help for cancer. 140
Charity run for Wendy. 139
Chef serves up the finest; Chef of the year WINNER: PAUL AMER. 290
Climber injured. 87
Costly fish for poacher. 232
Crash victim tells of horrific ordeal; Woman suffered catalogue of injuries in smash. 480
Cricket: Colly bowled over by tour achievement. 448
Deano forced to take it easy. 268
Dicing with death; Plea over smoke alarms. 453
Doorstep detectives; Neighbourhood Watch marks 25 years of making region safer. 368
Doyle: Ireland will put the record straight. 300
Driver full of cheer; RUNNER UP: RAY WHITTLE Taxi Driver of the year. 184
Families watch fireball horror; Man doused himself in petrol and ran from flaming car. 692
Fight dad clings on to his life; He survives wake brawl. 389
Football: Cassidy not Blue after Star's show. 225
Football: Collins in new blow. 350
Football: Dunn Gains no satisfaction. 377
Football: Gateshead blow it. 360
Football: hyhyhy hyhyhy hyhyhy. 399
Football: Keegan rules out a return to St James'. 371
Football: Legends rolling back the years; Shearer nets a hat-trick in charity clash. 533
Football: MY FEARS FOR OWEN: BIG AL; Hy hy hy hy. 663
Football: Nothing to show for Owen gamble; United striker can't add to tally. 556
Football: Ryton really making Murray; Arngrove Northern League By Malcolm Pratt. 392
Football: Scottish spirit is the key. 378
Football: SETTLING THE SCORE; Spectacular footballing finale sees legends and stars battle it out in a nail-biting penalty thriller. 947
Football: Trust Jonny to come good at right time. 236
Fruit and vegetables are answer; In association with the NHS North East. 119
GET YOUR FLU VACCINAT ION. 331
Glass act behind bar; Bartender of the year RUNNER UP: STEVEN BRUMWELL. 185
Glass looking to make the big break. 136
Going out of his way to help; Taxi Driver of the year WINNER: BILLY RAYNER. 263
Golf: Day of success is just something Els. 394
Groom's stair fall. 105
GUIDE TO LIFE; in association with the NHS. 699
He has a top table manner; WINNER: CHARLES WHITE Waiter/Waitress of the Year. 238
He'll never know his son, but I'll tell our boy what a great dad he'd have been. 682
Hearing back on. 124
Helping to relieve pressure; In association with the NHS North East. 339
Honouring all who took part; Congratulations to the region's 2007 Smile Awards winners CELEBRATING: All the Smile Awards 2007 winners with their Certificates, above left, and, right, guests enjoy the cermoney. 387
Horse Racing: Don't Pass up on Snake. 339
Host with the most; Hotel Employee of the year RUNNER UP: LUCIA FAPPIANO. 237
Hundreds learn to play safe. 154
Hunger to help region; Special Ambassador for Tourism RUNNER UP: ABDUL LATIF. 156
Ice Hockey: Vipers rise to Cup challenge. 652
Ice Hockey: Warriors are in Raptors over win. 420
IN THE SWING. 255
Indie band's in store. 189
Infection targets the lung defences; in association with the NHS. 176
Jab could; Young at risk. 103
Keep those sniffles at bay; In association with the NHS North East. Recipe 392
Lad suffers burns in fire. 142
Lampard can beat boo-boys. 469
Letter: YOUR SHOUT - Applause for theatre revamp. 103
Letter: YOUR SHOUT - Brown right over election. 159
Letter: YOUR SHOUT - Credibility has been destroyed. 99
Letter: YOUR SHOUT - Credit to Red Watch fire crew. 100
Letter: YOUR SHOUT - Let all leave a decent legacy. 183
Letter: YOUR SHOUT - Spare a thought for your postie. 140
Letter: YOUR SHOUT - Spend cash on our estate. 95
Letter: YOUR SHOUT - VENT YOUR SPLEEN. 591
Letter: YOUR SHOUT - Victims of the cost cutting. 137
Life for Brian after feared illness; in association with the NHS With the chilly winter around the corner doctors - particularly in the bitterly cold North East - are preparing for patients with pneumonia. Health reporter JANE PICKEN finds out more about the illness. 507
Lifeline for patients; RUNNER UP: JEFF ROGERSON Taxi Driver of the year. 170
Lifesaver steps to it; Dance teacher saves ill guest. 494
Lucky for Mr Smylie; Bartender of the year RUNNER UP: JONNY SMYLIE. 193
Making a meal of role at hotel; Hotel Employee of the year WINNER: ROBERT WHITE. 288
Meetings on school plans. 157
Menu changes; Chef of the year RUNNER UP: SEAN McCABE. 205
Moggy rescue. 98
Motorcycling: Redcar battle back to shock Diamonds. 401
Mr Happy rewarded; RUNNER UP: SIMON HAVENHAND Waiter/Waitress of the Year. 199
New way to free the eyes; In association with the NHS North East A promising treatment is correcting short-sightedness without the need for day lenses, glasses or surgery. Health Reporter JANE PICKEN has the details. 488
One in 13 are affected. 168
PET WATCH. 536
Phone or call in for health advice; In association with the NHS North East. 95
Pick of the day. 194
PICK OF THE DAY; Monday Night Live (Sky Sports 1, 7.30pm). 114
Picture perfect passion for NE; Special Ambassador for Tourism WINNER: JEANETTE SWEET. 269
Pledge to prove Taser danger. 211
Police killer escape claims probed. 255
Police praised. 106
Project backed. 115
Prompt diagnosis is vital; in association with the NHS. 150
Putting on the style to reward our super staff; Congratulations to the region's 2007 Smile Awards Winners. 500
Ready for the Orient. 118
Rugby Union: I dreamed of this during dark days. 609
Rugby Union: Travel sickness is still Falcons curse; MATCH ANALYSIS. 870
Rugby Union: We fear Wilko - Boks coach. 309
Rugby Union: We'll take it to next level in final: Tait; RUGBY WORLD CUP: Wilko does it again while Tait savours revenge bid. 522
Rugby Union: We've only ourselves to blame says Fletch. 395
Ruthless and a daredevil; The would-be Rock buyer with a taste for publicity. 544
Safe to ride; PATROLS TACKLE TROUBLEMAKERS AND FARE DODGERS. 358
save your life; Catching a bad bout of the flu can have devastating consequences for the elderly or those deemed to be at risk, but immunization can help and medics are urging those at risk to get a jab. Health reporter has the details. 825
SAVED IN THE NICK OF TIME. 249
Simple ways to cope with winter colds; Get your hankies and hot drinks at the ready - it's the time of year when colds sweep the nation. Health reporter JANE PICKEN and CLAIRE THOMPSON find out how to beat the sniffs and sore throats In association with the NHS North East. 476
Sir John tees up hotel and golf course; Hall to unveil a pounds 5m transformation plan for historic Woolsington Hall. 319
Skipper's speech a real fillip. 149
SOCCER In Brief: Mali attack. 87
Start of a golden era; In association with the NHS North East The International Menopause Society, in collaboration with the World Health Organisation, has designated October 18 as World Menopause Day. 1024
Still some way to go; COMMENT. 232
Stones on a roll now; Chef of the year RUNNER UP: ANDREW TURNBULL. 200
Takeover of Rock still on. 290
Thatcher's met her End; Tyneside writers Ed Waugh and Trevor Wood look set to make it a hat-trick of 2007 summer season successes when their new comedy premieres at the Gala theatre in Durham tomorrow. Entertainment Editor GORDON BARR has the details. 390
The so-called pal who broke into our home; Troubled family tell of betrayal. 470
Three overboard. 93
Toll of drink. 110
UNI ACTS FOR JACK; Students step forward to become bone marrow donors GIVE JACK A CHANCE. 191
Violent street robber jailed for five years; Vicious thug struck twice in an hour as victims walked alone. 366
We're taking up climate change fight; Six months ago the Chronicle launched its Go Green campaign. Here JOAN RUDDOCK, Government Minister for Climate Change, Biodiversity and Waste, writes about why she believes our efforts are making a real difference. 499
Welcoming the world; Special Ambassador for Tourism RUNNER UP: VIVIEN LEE. 209
Who is entitled to a free injection? 169
WIN 1 OF 100 CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTORS. 305
Window cleaners plunge in. 195
Winner delight. 104
Winter health for the elderly; ASK YOUR PHARMACIST In association with the NHS North East. 481
Youngsters stir up fun in the kitchen; In association with the NHS North East One of the country's leading supermarkets has donated cooking equipment to a North East school dedicated to helping children with severe learning difficulties. Reporter CLAIRE THOMPSON found out how they are putting it to good use. 419
YOUR SAY: The MetroCentre has just had its 21st birthday. Do you think it has been a big success? 213
YOUR SHOUT: Penny for your thoughts on this! REMEMBER WHEN. 88
YOUR SHOUT: POSTAL STRIKE; Reader's poem. 166
YOUR SHOUT: YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED? 291

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