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Articles from Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England) (October 5, 2010)

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A crowd pleaser. 241
A skills taster; STUDENTS' VISIT FROM TV CHEF. 367
A year to remember for hero McDowell. 376
Ace Hughes in the Sprott-light. 330
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS. 166
Actor buried with his favourite things. 134
Airport looks to go greener; ENERGY POLICY UNVEILED. 376
Arrests in tyre slash spree. 136
Back in the ring on Meritt. 152
Band's fans feel the noise; ARCHITECTS played Newcastle last night and young reviewer ROBERT HARDIE was in the crowd, although his ears were probably a little sore afterwards. 403
Banker bonus to hit pounds 7bn. 185
Banking on a share of cash; Stable's plea on token collect. 327
Bid to help diabetic mums. 256
BIG ANDY WILL GET ENGLAND CAP: SKIP; Nolan backs Carroll for international honours soon. 413
Birtley are too hot for Scots. 262
Blyth board defend their budget restrictions. 397
Bogie's looking up once more. 525
Boy died after surgery errors. 476
Bright new look for city suburb. 354
Call-up Fab for Darren - Bruce. 524
Charity bash appeal. 167
Concern over the crowds is an issue. 366
Council to get sales bailout. 160
County hosts green event. 205
Crook struck hours after leaving court; SERIAL BURGLAR JAILED FOR RAID. 308
D-Day soon on fate of care homes. 224
Dans are returning at the double. 289
Davies could join the old lists. 312
Davies deserves his England bow, says Coyle. 396
DEATHS. 2742
Dogs warn of danger. 120
Don't use dad's name to sell your services; FAMILY'S PLEA TO BUSINESSMAN USING SIR BOBBY'S PICTURE. 425
DOWN YOUR WAY. 179
DOWN YOUR WAY. 410
DOWN YOUR WAY... 383
Drugs gang had pounds 2m of cocaine; HEADING TOWARDS TYNESIDE. 391
Drunk abused store owner. 202
Durham missing key men yet again. 325
Dutch axe for De Jong. 209
Eldon - but it's not Square! 237
EVENING CHRONICLE IN THE NEWS. 436
Fans' comments on Ben Arfa's injury. 635
Fielden's got what it takes to shine. 366
Firefighter's final job was saving Ellen; HOW I SAVED FLOOR-PLUNGE PENSIONER. 695
Gemma sets up big final with Liz. 322
Getting the county blooming. 123
Gove gripes. 104
Guide to origins. 102
Gym welcomes hitman. 142
Heartfelt tributes to honorary Geordie; COMEDY GREAT SIR NORMAN WISDOM DIES AT THE AGE OF 95. Obituary 629
Heed on a high - and no Kidding. 339
Hollywood's the stage for Tyne actress; TEACHERS TELL OF THEIR PRIDE AT TV AND MOVIE SUCCESS OF FORMER PUPIL. 569
Hughton back to square one; Ben Arfa blow robs United of creative presence. 522
I found new ball game - but first love was cricket. 212
I just lost it. She gave me grief so I knifed her. ALLEGED MURDERER SAYS HE WAS PROVOKED INTO STABBING. 619
I know I'll get flak for supporting the Reds. 260
Illegal workers. 106
IN MEMORIAM. Obituary 600
In the saddle to help their pal; 30 FRIENDS TAKE ON CYCLING CHALLENGE FOR CHARITY CASH. 368
Jaaryah could be another winner for Jarvis. 389
Kids on the ball. 101
Local food is plentiful in autumn, so STEVE EMSLEY has been helping to organise an Apple Day. 415
Long ban for drink-driver. 170
Moat slurs cost paper. 187
Monty: Give the job to Olazabal; Jose can take the team on, says skipper. 451
My huge debt to mentor Dennis. 332
No hesitation at No hesitation atisle for Tyneside to seize chance; Eagles new recruit Lockhart relishing the challenge after landing dream chance to carve out pro career in the BBL. 1189
No pain for Spain: Gary; SOCCER In Brief. 128
Our NHS is under threat now. 254
Our school's sacred to us; PROTESTERS' PLEA FOR HELP TO FIGHT PRIMARY CLOSURE BID. 312
Pavin's tribute to Cup fans. 247
Pay review is needed. 107
Perfect for climbers of all abilities; Advertisement Feature. 422
Poulter point not in doubt. 392
pounds 18m health centre open; FACILITY INCLUDES SWIMMING POOLS, ATHLETICS TRACK AND GYM. 439
Powered up; SPORT In Brief. 102
Pupils step out for good health. 202
Question Gazza. 113
RANBIR Kapoor and Priyanka Chopra [...]. 488
Reds followers see red at Roy. 389
Remove this danger from our schools; EXPERTS have converged on Tyneside to warn of a ticking timebomb in the region's schools and public buildings. KIM CARMICHAEL hears the dangers posed by asbestos. 612
Restructure of NHS under fire. 284
REUNITED. 243
Riding high at royal visit; PRINCESS ROYAL OPENS NEW FACILITY FOR DISABLED RIDERS. 473
She was giving me grief so I knifed her; MAN TELLS COURT HOW HE STABBED HIS PARTNER. 143
Slow starts for sides - but different outcomes. 482
Special library course. 124
Sting backs theatre. 124
Stirring up a storm with their tea cups; COUNCIL INVESTIGATES GALLERY OVER FOOD AND DRINK SALES. 411
Tait optimistic despite defeat; Falcons will bounce back from Harlequins loss. 528
Take a leaf out of our book. 136
Team's support. 115
Teens' chance to be heard. 203
The birth of Gracie Alexis Donaghey. 231
The death of Ralph Thoburn. 239
The marriage of Lisa Dixon and Jason Lawson. 248
The spice of life; BACK FOR A CURRY 40 YEARS ON. 505
They're top of the cops; OFFICERS UP FOR PRESTIGIOUS AWARDS. 408
Thieves cause Metro chaos parts of South Tyneside. That is quite; CABLE THEFT HITS THE MORNING RUSH HOUR. 452
Tory cuts hit lone parents hardest: MP; FEARS OVER EFFECTS OF CHILD BENEFIT REFORMS. 543
VENT YOUR SPLEEN. 174
Viaduct plan put on hold. 185
Warning students of fire danger. 148
We're paving the way to better city; Digging in to improve streets. 325
Will reform prove fair? COMMENT. 222
Wolfhound opera star sticks to the script; Remember When. 175
Worker injured. 109
Youth in court. 101

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