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Articles from Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England) (November 25, 2010)

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'No ifs, no buts, no education cuts.' Police injured as protest turns violent: Chanting students take to the streets in protest. 709
'Not mad, just an evil sex offender'. 743
A Fighting chance for the big race; Covers go on at course. 469
A knockout success. 260
A legend in his own lifetime. 215
Abu Dhabi welcomes the Queen. 115
All the country will be affected. 112
Alot in their plates! Christmas comes early for regulars. 410
Appeal after woman robbed. 218
Apprentices make good impression. 297
Australian bowler delighted with birthday treat. 474
Baroness takes new role. 121
Big Al backs our war brave; Former United aces and public send messages. 338
Bl a y d o n facing a tough fixture. 246
Blow for Mouse as Rock is out. 333
Bluetooth can show bite. 444
Blyth sails into Blyth; Royal Navy warship visiting town it shares its name with. 432
Bowyer takes Blues chance. 150
Brooklyn boys loving life as a threesome; Acclaimed band The Drums are in Newcastle next week. Entertain-ment Editor GORDON BARR chats to drummer Connor Hanwick. 423
Building on foundations. 255
Campbell hopeful of return. 278
Camping in call on drivers to curb speed; Pupils protest over dangers. 550
Cash award will send club out on the road; Lottery funds will pay for van to trawl for new talent. 546
Ceremony to honour miners; Remembering pit that was cornerstone of community. 292
Champs go Inter the next round. 304
Choir set for festive song. 129
Conflict over parking charges. 168
Costume drama out in spotlight; Panto outfits from back in time go on display. 514
Council tax fraud alert. 139
Coyle lands beauty at Seaham Open. 431
Customised conffins; Now, you can choose a design. 337
DEATHS. 2772
Don's panic at United wobble; Ando's message over disciplinary woes. 594
Drivers warned about thieves. 208
Durham is the best- bar none! 441
Ellie plays intimate; Ellie Goulding plays an upclose-and-intimate gig in Newcastle next week. Entertainment Editor GORDON BARR met her. 364
England are rocked by Siddle hat-trick. 699
Ex-air hostess sells uniform to raise cash for charities; Sale of clothes will raise vital funds to help children and animals. 446
FACE OF EVIL; Rapist policeman faces life in prison. 258
Fake goods found in police raid; Drugs and cigarettes discovered in 24-hour police crackdown. 402
Fans can Sign up to Toon history. 150
Fans hail legends of rock and roll; Status Quo celebrated more than 40 years in the business with a show at Newcastle City Hall last night. JAN STEPHENSON was there and found herself headbanging with the most ardent of fans. 376
Fans let kids hit the net; Websites provided free. 398
Ferrer promises Murray a fight. 285
Film firm supporting runner. 150
Final tragic moments in wonan's life; Friend's frantic bid to save her. 604
Finished 'coffin' ready for full opening; Pub restored to its glorious best. 457
Flooding fundraiser. 286
Four inches of snow ...and there's more; Wrap up folks, it's cold outside. 607
Gearing up for capital venture. 259
Getting worse for Ryton. 140
Gift helps parents to cope with grief; Bereaved mum's charity provides treasured keepsakes. 469
Harry keen to secure top spot. 324
Head's killer is held for robbery; Months after he is freed from jail. 266
Hughton is to blame; Your shout. 241
IAN Hudspith's eye-catching performance [..]; Hudspith run is up with best. 553
Improving picture for city property company. 169
In brief. 464
IN MEMORIAM. Obituary 589
It's our home sweet home. 127
It's Silver, frankincense and myrrh; Donkey takes on key role. 283
It's the great Escaape; Bo u t i q u e in running for award. 289
Johnson looks set to return to Australia line-up. 459
Lamont's challenge to better display. 346
Leniency is incredible; Your shout. 130
Let's put an end to 'sardine train'. 339
Lifeline for fire-hit hotel bookings. 180
Matt's getting. 581
Meeting of minds for pupils and employers; CONFERENCE brings together employers and students in the fields of science, technology, engineering and maths. Conference news 434
Minister to get green briefing. 194
MUSLIM leaders today moved to calm racial [..]; Muslim leaders speak out as members offar right target centre. 347
Offenders could work; Your shout. 126
Old Comrades. 258
Praised for half century of work at club; Special presentation for Peter. 508
Pudding our hopes on festive weather. 356
Quack team on business project; PUPIL power turns folded stuff into the folding stuff as they show off entrepreneurial skills, discovers education reporter NICOLA JUNCAR. 529
Rape victim tells of her horrific ordeal at hands of PC; Police constable convicted of rape after targeting vulnerable women over a period of five years. 714
Readers' Poems. 1174
Reliability key to success, Misbah. 279
Rooney is still rusty, says Fergie. 451
Salem is returned to Vipers' tenants. 357
Search for top employers; USE YOUR CHANCE TO ENTER. 564
Showtime foe Susan; Reader's big boost. 355
Small businesses gain recognition for internship schemes. 294
Small is best in winter weather. 372
Society promotes bright young talent. 328
South American blow for England World Cup bid. 374
Sport stars answer the call to help our children; Businesses and celebrities help to raise thousands at charity quiz. 607
Stenson sets the pace in Dubai Championship. 306
Tea company in hot water for throwing staff on dole; EU chiefs probing handout for move. 492
Thanks for such splashing service! Plug finally pulled on old baths to make way for brand new pool. 405
The S.A.D day. 189
They're live on the web; Super spider. 231
Tigerish Sullivan rocks the Eagles; Fab''s men beaten as old boy Andy shines. 549
Time when we were all potty about Maling; Memories of historic Tyneside pottery could be lost as secretary: of its Collectors' Society decides it's time for him to stand down. 510
Toon deadlock in No 2 search. 194
Trainees on the job. 419
TREASURE HUNTERS ROADSHOW COMES TO NEWCASTLE! ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE: Visitors can cash in on antiques, collectibles, gold, silver, coins or just about anything that is old. 570
Turner: Too early to talk of Europe. 460
Tycoon in the dock over new charges; Court hears more claims. 376
Warning over Metro project; Work on bridge will restrict access. 379
We shouldn't have to pay; Your shout. 293
We're spot on at shedding stones. 183
WHAT memories or connections do [...]. 202
When family life hurts; PARENTLINE. 309
WHICH actors have been named [...]. 196
Which of you want to get your money back? We do... Couples whose big day was ruined by caterers' collapse take legal action against firm. 787
Wor jackie to lead the line again; Four-year fundraising appeal proves a success as locomotive: named after United star striker heads down the tracks again. 507
Wrong arm of the law; chronicle comment. 234
YOUNGSTERS have been helping [..]. 376
Your Stars [...]. 598

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