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Articles from Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England) (November 27, 2008)

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Title Author Type Words
A life cut so short; MURDERED DAUGHTER'S SECRET DIARY REVEALS HER CHILDHOOD HOPES FOR THE FUTURE. 1219
A perfect team. 196
Action Man in line for top award; PRINCE CHARLES TO HOST EVENT. 247
Advertising campaign hits the air. 107
Angel boost. 109
Appeal for jewellery owners; ARRESTS OVER PROPERTY HAUL. 220
Artwork up for auction. 121
Astonishing achievement awards. 111
ATHLETICS In Brief. 468
Athletics: Great day's sport. 178
Athletics: Rosie on the road to recovery after injury woes. 459
Athletics: Timmins eyes an Irish New Year run. 468
Away the lads as Blaydon hit road. 437
Bangers and crash; Man escapes jail after smashing car into butchers. 376
Benefit cheat hit by curfew. 155
Blaze-hit firm to be rebuilt. 232
BOOK REVIEWS. 231
Car thieves warning. 153
Care flats being built. 95
Caring council. 99
Charity chief disgrace; YMCA MAN HAD CHILD PORN. 419
Charlton: Toon need to find a new Big Al; Geordie legends Alan Shearer and Jack Charlton on this weekend's big Tyne-Tees derby battle. 434
Chief proves it's a family affair. 152
Chlly dip for charity. 127
Coal cash up for grabs. 142
Cops to try out cameras on body armour; POLICE TO TRIAL NEW RECORDING DEVICES; IN HI-TECH MOVE TO PROVIDE EVIDENCE IN COURT. 482
Creativity rewarded. 117
Dan is the man. 108
DR MATHS. 369
Enjoy tea with Santa. 105
Eurotastic! 184
Fans VAT goal; UNITED TO LOOK AT TICKET PRICES FOLLOWING BUDGET TAX CUT. 499
Fantasy football? B-TEAM FOOTBALLER AIMS TO BE PROFESSIONAL IN 12 MONTHS. 522
Fifth title bid; Training courses and Education. 97
Firm removes sofas over health fears. 295
Gang targets cars; Police hunt bicycle yobs after wing mirrors snapped off nine vehicles. 360
Garden offers taste of the Orient. 236
Geordie duo join website. 263
Going wild for all your pictures; OUR TALENTED READERS SHOW THEY'RE NATURAL-BORN PHOTOGRAPHERS. 168
He is the Don; QUEEN AWARDS MBE TO RISING DAMP ACTOR BROUGHT UP ON TYNESIDE. 359
Helen joins airline team. 170
Help afoot. 102
Helping hand for Tilly appeal; CENTRE FOR LIFE HOSTS APPEAL FOR FUNDRAISING VOLUNTEERS. 453
Hunt finds drug. 91
I won't forget you, Kinnear tells Ameobi. 403
In to Africa for pupils. 93
Jack's warning for Blyth ahead of Cup clash. 335
JOE: WAIT FOR IT TAYLS; Defender likely to be sub for Boro crunch. 510
Jumping, jog, jig 'n' jive. 115
Justice makes peace! 118
Killer facing life term after murder; Jealous ex battered mum-of-two to death. 464
Knee bother as Jones lines up; Full-back beats injury to take on Wasps. 565
Landscaping tips for Chinese group. 209
Launch for city's college. 157
Letter: YOUR SHOUT - Help stub out smoking in children. 143
Letter: YOUR SHOUT - It's a tough job getting work. 187
Letter: YOUR SHOUT - Leave the grey squirrels alone. 190
Letter: YOUR SHOUT - UK tax system remains unfair. 183
Lost infants live on in memories; GRIEVING PARENTS INVITED TO SPECIAL SERVICE. 449
Made the grade; NEW RECRUIT JOINS MARKETING TEAM AT DURHAM UNI. 271
Making a mark in motivation. 312
Matron returns. 105
Medical help. 98
MEET THE YOBS GIVEN ANOTHER CHANCE AFTER BREAKING LAW; These serial louts are still on our streets after countless violent offences. 622
Money crisis. 102
Mother Nature at her most magical; Salmon return to the Tyne to breed. 302
Mums' helping hand. 164
NHS chiefs give green light over vital drug; Hope for cancer sufferers. 399
No easy games in tough league table, says Reid. 445
Oh yes it is! It's that time of year once again. Entertainment Editor GORDON BARR picks out a selection of Christmas shows heading your way. 488
On track for a new town station; REMEMBER WHEN. 130
PARENT TO PARENT. 440
Picture of the future; Evening Chronicle COMMENT. 172
pounds 1,000 for eco-garden. 232
pounds 30m deal. 109
Probe refused. 120
Project bids for cash to keep going; Make a Wish for youth service. 493
Pushing ahead with pedal power; Pupils celebrate as new bike shed is unveiled. 529
Reader's poem: WINTER'S ARRIVED. 90
Ready to soar with new skills; KEEN TRAVELLER'S NEW CAREER IS READY FOR TAKE-OFF Training courses and Education. 333
Repair work diverts buses. 241
REUNITED. 318
Rich the Juul in the Diamonds' crown. 290
Rugby Union: SPORT In Brief - Ollie targets Dubai glory. 121
Rugby Union: Wilko in a fitness battle for the Lions. 289
School go-slow; 20MPH SPEED LIMITS TO BE PUT IN PLACE OUTSIDE SCHOOLS. 368
School road safety lessons step up a gear; PUPILS GIVEN A FULLY-FUNCTIONING CAR PARK TO BOOST SKILLS. 546
Search for best church. 98
Shaw set to return in matter of weeks. 324
Shearer's double boost for big derby clash. 419
Skipping mania. 95
Smash causes long tail-backs. 163
SOCCER In Brief: Adams vow. 83
SOCCER In Brief: Sore Luiz-er. 89
Sports grant for footy field. 160
Super saint comeback. 118
Supergran; Margaret, 67, beats off muggers. 181
Take a plunge. 108
Tale's new chapter; VICTORIA TOUGH and her nine-year-old daughter FRANCESCA review Skellig, at The Sage Gateshead until Saturday. 534
Test of Orient. 111
The net closes in; Officers arrest man on boat. 454
Time called on the booze yobs; Tough action after protests. 351
Top Class: Fantastic fundraiser; IN ASSOCIATION WITH BARCLAYS. 110
Top Class: Going for gol... green? IN ASSOCIATION WITH BARCLAYS. 116
Top Class: Important interviews; IN ASSOCIATION WITH BARCLAYS This week's Kron page is written by Simonside Primary School and was designed at: Next week's Kron page will be written by Broadway East First School and Whitehouse Primary School. 163
Top Class: Marvellous mosque; IN ASSOCIATION WITH BARCLAYS. 106
Top Class: Pupils' sneak peek; Children see new academy being built. 440
Top Class: Simonside on the beat; IN ASSOCIATION WITH BARCLAYS. 105
Top Class: We have green fingers; IN ASSOCIATION WITH BARCLAYS. 98
Top Class: Wheely creative; IN ASSOCIATION WITH BARCLAYS. 95
Top marks for care service. 107
Top tips for lunches. 119
Touts are making a killing. 358
Town set to be in fashion. 135
Truancy case. 98
Trusted firm; NIGEL WRIGHT RECRUITMENT. 205
Tuna towers. 111
VENT YOUR SPLEEN. 713
Vive le Toon; MAGPIE HEROES HELP SCHOOLCHILDREN LEARN THEIR FRENCH. 533
Water bills pledge despite profits plunge; Cost will not be passed on. 329
Working Life: Business centre is the place to be. 161
Working Life: DAY IN THE LIFE...... 345
Working Life: Firm tapping into success. 99
Working Life: Power player; STUDENT'S ENERGY ENGINEERING PROJECT WINS AWARD. 309
Yob beater; PENSIONER'S MUGGERS FLEE EMPTY-HANDED. 487
YOUR SAY: What is your favourite pantomime and why? 187

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