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Articles from Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England) (March 6, 2009)

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Title Author Type Words
'Slime' thrown at Mandelson. 231
400 diners ill. 115
A family affair; 12 RELATIVES FIGHT THE FLAB AT THE SAME SLIMMING CLASS. 481
A great response to Charlie appeal; TOON LEGEND'S FAMILY OVERWHELMED BY GENEROSITY. 424
A ONE-MAN CRIMEWAVE; Burglar who raided 140 student homes snared after 80mph chase. 114
Addict used loan for drugs. 188
Also released. 448
Also released. 417
Approval for gaming. 258
Audi offers impressive upgrades. 313
Bands to do battle. 254
Basketball: Eagles ace given Pat on the back! Coach praises in-form Moore. 542
Be open on waste; Evening Chronicle COMMENT. 216
Beauty & the beast - Cole is arrested; CHERYL'S HUSBAND'S NEW SHAME. 304
Bid to help primary pupils. 160
Blaydon racer to take Falcons bow; Flier Fenby prepares for Premiership debut in association with jolly fitness. 683
Blood and guts galore. 206
Bogie boost as key trio return; BLUE SQUARE NORTH. 376
Cafe is on right tracks. 161
Cahill expects Cup of cheer. 312
Cannabis is seized; Police's pounds 250,000 hash haul. 396
Car is given a charity makeover. 127
Cash back at last; MONEY STOLEN BY A CHARITY RAT IS FINALLY GIVEN TO MARIE CURIE. 372
Cash crisis councils getting help. 189
CATCH THE ACTION. 99
Centre group given pounds 560. 231
Church hit by vandals again. 192
City up to the task. 207
Clamour for cars. 121
Classic chance. 122
Clean up your area. 140
Collaboration of the exotic; ALAN NICHOL has all the news on the roots music scene in the region. 683
CONMAN'S LUXURY; CALL CENTRE WORKER USED CUSTOMERS' CARDS FOR PLUSH STAYS. 429
Could an incinerator be on its way back? COUNCIL IN WASTE TALKS WITH FIRM BEHIND FORMER BYKER PLANT. 891
Council blitz on local louts. 111
COUNCIL HOUSE RENT RISES CUT; GOVERNMENT MEASURE AIMS TO HELP FIGHT CREDIT CRUNCH. 529
Council rents to be slashed; GOVERNMENT'S U-TURN OVER INFLATION-BUSTING INCREASE. 459
Cricket: Harmy told to bounce back; Durham star must show his ability. 494
Cricket: How's that for a bad day? 380
Dealer scoops award. 98
Debut glory Spurs Cisse; Striker out to repeat goal feat. 945
Denise in police apology. 216
Disabled can get services advice. 118
DRIVING TO PUTT REGION ON MAP! Golf plan will create jobs. 423
Drugs fine. 82
Drugs taken from vehicle. 120
Elbow reach out for fans; ELBOW 02 Academy, Newcastle YOUNG REVIEWERS 2008/09. 333
Exciting change. 258
Family day of forest art fun. 143
fashion: GET A BRIA OF KYLIE; KYLIE wowed the crowds at the Brit Awards with no fewer than six costume changes. LIZ LAMB shows you how to get her look. 184
Fed catch the 22 mark. 129
Final days. 91
Final days. 102
Firm builds bright future. 141
Firm denies blame. 111
Food for thought. 111
Ford takes it to the MAX. 435
Forgotten man Xis waiting for chance; Toon striker ready to come out of the shadows. 752
Friends despite a divide. 334
Green warning. 104
Halo is shining. 336
Harry had been beaten up already; ACCUSED CLAIMS TIP OVER TARGET. 486
Have a wild time. 112
Help for OAPs. 115
Heroes punch their weight. 502
House raiders jailed; SERIAL CAT BURGLAR FINALLY. 455
Human crimewave behind 140 raids on student homes; SNARED AFTER HIGH-SPEED CAR CHASE THROUGH CITY. 512
I cannot remember; NO RECOLLECTION OF TONGUE BITE. 434
Ice Hockey: The play-offs? Knee bother! Andre will be back for season finale. 388
Iceland cools Society profits; NEWCASTLE'S POSITIVE TREND DESPITE LOSS. 399
Imperial Cup win still a Pipe dream. 250
It's eco-fashion. 148
Joining a war of nutrition; THREE WOMEN TURN TO BOOT CAMP TO HELP OUR CHARITY Evening Chronicle Sunshine Fund BOTH ANNIVERSARY. 399
Jonno hopes to be in Seven-th heaven. 578
Lawn Tennis: Unknown Scot aiming to have Ukraine's number. 379
Learner hit by drive ban. 145
Let's make this a great place to live; COMMUNITY ASKED TO HELP CHANGE ESTATE'S REPUTATION. 431
Letter: YOUR SHOUT - Ex-Toon man Freddy is a star. 83
Letter: YOUR SHOUT - Greed means we go short. 96
Letter: YOUR SHOUT - Labour tactics target voters. 231
Letter: YOUR SHOUT - Piano show was a treat. 260
Letter: YOUR SHOUT - Show us some pension action. 83
Letter: YOUR SHOUT - Women's Day celebrations. 286
Life is better than in 1984; THE PEOPLE'S VOICE. 536
Light work for Mazda. 341
Locked up for stroke awareness. 165
Making your journey safe; Openroad Benfield. 449
Mariners are hoping much calmer waters lie ahead; SKILLTRAININGLTD NORTHERN LEAGUE. 525
Marti set to make splash; Marti Pellow plays the devil in The Witches of Eastwick. Entertainment Editor GORDON BARR meets up with him. 752
Mayor's budget for jobs; TORIES HIT OUT AT TAX INCREASE. 351
Mobile stolen from woman. 114
Monastery's heritage bid. 150
More keeping the cash. 112
Motor Racing: Brawn keeps Honda alive. 314
No retrial for tragic inflatable accident; CPS EXPLAINS DECISION. 273
North chef is dishing up treat. 195
Online service for disabled children. 135
Opening some new episodes for youngsters; SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES HELP CELEBRATE WORLD BOOK DAY. 486
Ordeal of teenager. 186
OVERDOSE OF ECSTASY KILLS GRADUATE, 27; Man died in home. 418
Parents' loving tribute to very special Jenni; FAMILY DEVASTATED BY DEATH OF GIRL WHO DEFIED THE ODDS. 431
Party City; Win a case of beer. 182
Photos catch parkers. 163
Pick of the day. 181
PICK OF THE DAY; Live Super League (Sky Sports 2, 7.30pm). 103
Porsche profits go up. Financial report 102
Powered up for a greener future; STEVE HUGHES rounds up the week's motoring news. 265
Problem of bad fouls need tackling, says Wenger. 231
PUB QUIZ UNCOVERED. 463
Publican is bailed. 156
PUNTERS PANEL; Our panel give their views on the home clash with Tottenham. 512
Rare bird stolen. 149
Reader's poems: FOOD FOR THOUGHT. 192
Reader's poems: LIFE IN A DAY. 187
Reader's poems: SURGIO. 86
Reader's poems: THE RIGHT PATH. 169
Reader's poems: The Weather. 144
Reader's poems: WELCOME TO MY WORLD. 181
Retrial decision. 98
Royal parade. 111
Rugged off-road looks. 496
Sales in gear. 99
Sbragia seeking home comforts. 449
School is tops yet again. 184
Seating for seven. 364
Size is everything. 288
SOCCER In Brief: Cole's sorry. 114
SOCCER In Brief: Extra tough. 90
Spanish star's play-me plea. 205
Spartans bidding to do away with Celts. 268
SPORT In Brief: Oche stars up for Challenge. 93
SPRINGTIME DOWN ON THE FARM. 237
Star's cancer. 115
Stars. 583
Stevens reveals fears for his career. 451
Still showing. 523
Straight to the point. 478
STRIKE IN PHOTOS; Pictures show the fury and hardship MINERS' STRIKE 25th ANNIVERSARY. 216
SURVIVAL IS EVERYTHING; What we require is courage and commitment against the other sides in deep trouble who will fight to the death With only 10 games for United to secure their Premier League future, John Gibson looks at the battle to stay up THE FRIDAY FILE. 1104
Take off to the slopes; Also released. 404
Talents on show. 96
They're absolutely flab-ulous. 167
Think of the young first. 272
TO THE RESCUE; COULD THERE BE HOPE FOR BELEAGUERED PUBS? TIME has been called on wave after wave of pubs in recent months. But now some much-needed help could be just around the corner. LAURA CAROE talks to a landlord about his fight against closure. 440
TOON FACE VID BATTLE; Aussies want striker for World Cup clash Magpies eager to keep star for crucial run-in. 620
Tottenham won't be able to keep up with Jones. 437
Trading honour. 100
Training boost. 90
Treat from Lynch mob. 450
Truant fine. 109
TV gardener goes back to her roots. 140
Ultimate Aston Martin; CLASSIC CARS with IAN JOHNSON This week: Aston Martin Vanquish. 350
Uni funding. 106
VENT YOUR SPLEEN. 574
VIVE LA FRANCE. 256
Vodka thief is nabbed. 119
VW Polo is a match for all. 222
Waste wonder. 109
We enjoyed our Bigg surprise. 669
We're minding our language; FEEDBACK. 531
Well worth the wait. 440
Widow's plea to find lost treasure. 181
WIN A 5 - STAR; HOLIDAY FOR TWO TO CYPRUS! Evening Chronicle Competition. 309
WIN A FENDER GUITAR. 211
Woman's nightmare; URINE HURLED OVER SHOP MANAGER. 492
Wood be nice to win title! UNIBOND NORTH. 318
Woods helped. 100
You can sit in the bottom and go 'oh woe is me, or you can say, come on, let's get on with it' Gateshead Council has been judged one of the best in the country when it comes to its services for children and young people. GORDON BARR meets the two women leading the way. 1120
Young love takes to throne. 394
YOUR SAY: What is your favourite book and why? 228

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