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Articles from Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England) (September 10, 2010)

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Title Author Type Words
'A new lease of life' ENTREPRENEUR TALKS OF WINNING HIS BATTLE WITH CANCER. 442
'Distance yourself from negative people'. 464
A flood of memories are recorded. 143
A long history. 210
A tale going now where. 308
A touch of E-Class. 427
A town full of history and quality; Keeping an eye on the property market where you live... FOR those house hunters looking for a location that mixes the urban with the rural, and where history permeates many of its streets, Chester-le-Street represents the perfect choice. CHRISTOPHER KNOX takes a closer look. 763
A welcome performer. 335
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS. 156
Action from the Afterlife. 157
Alice is back in wonderland; MILLA Jovovich is back for a fourth time as feisty Alice in Resident Evil: Afterlife. She reveals to KATE WHITING why working with her family and making films is like Disney World for grown ups. 678
An invisible invasion? 523
Arfa can't wait to get Hatem. 276
Astra points the way. 141
Attack injuries. 119
Author opens new chapter. 130
Back circus animal ban; Your Shout. 169
Battle for pay justice; EX-NURSE DISAPPOINTED NOT ALL ARE GETTING A FAIR DEAL. 404
Be a United ace; Live the life for one day. 420
Bogie lines up midfield man. 515
Bramble seeks a happy return; BIG MATCH PREVIEW: WIGAN ATHLETIC v SUNDERLAND. 916
Bruce: Let's win it for the travelling fans. 409
Building for future; Chronicle COMMENT. 215
College nets pounds 1m for revamp work; Principal's delight at grant. 415
Coloccini still on course for glory. 411
Conviction may end Marine's ambition; Third drink drive offence in three years. 287
CREWS TOOK FOUR HOURS TO TACKLE FIRE. 242
DEATHS. 2157
Debt owed to pensioners; Your Shout. 156
Delays at airports hit travellers; FRENCH STRIKE DISRUPTS FLIGHTS. 578
Distinctive slice of folk. 245
Epic battle is nearly decided; Wellstream N'land and Tyneside Senior League. 406
Estate-of-the-ar t. 550
Ex-staff are left bitter by in wake of blaze. 260
Ex-workers pay victory; Dumped staff secure pounds 590,000. 789
FA Cup still has magic, says Ord. 310
Father tuning up for concert. 141
Fiat is still Evo-lving. 545
FINDUS PAY DAY; 300 dumped Crispy Pancake workers share pounds 590,000. 134
Fly-tipping still blot on landscape; INCIDENTS ARE ON THE DECREASE. 401
Folk group tuning up to remind people of past; Pit songs lift spirits. 449
Frankie and Sarah dates; FRANKIE Boyle is coming to Toon, as Entertainment Editor GORDON BARR reports. 360
Fraudster in court. 131
Funds hopes. 107
Further pounds 4bn cuts planned; Benefits in firing line once more. 409
Gastro pub on fine form. 573
Get on board for free tour. 172
Guards get on their bikes to help charity. 297
Here come the girls... or boys; THE Lady Boys of Bangkok begin a fourweek residency in Newcastle tomorrow - with some Geordie spice added to the mix. Entertainment Editor GORDON BARR explains all. 641
Heroes of blaze rescue; Fire chiefs hail their actions. 482
High five for Dene. 224
Hogg in official word of warning; Falcons ace Ally lays law down over dealing with referees. 658
Holl of a compliment to Ian. 147
How are they fit to govern? Your Shout. 125
How to get in swing; GOLF TIPS. 222
How you can apply. 206
How young can see Wish come true; Cash up for grabs. 507
I WILL BE THE DADDY AGAIN; United No 9 Carroll has Blackpool in his sights: Andy: I'll be daddy again. 615
Illness can hit anyone. 190
IN MEMORIAM. Obituary 667
IN MEMORIAM. Obituary 718
Insightful new model. 515
Invite to families. 103
James celebrates promotion. 264
James hopes to knock Pool off their Perch. 323
Kitten killed. 115
Koran fire not cancelled - pastor. 399
Lawro: I can see Toon going places, but Barton's tache was going nowhere; BIG MATCH PREVIEW: NEWCASTLE UNITED v BLACKPOOL, PREMIER LEAGUE, ST JAMES' PARK, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11 - KO: 3pm. 1300
Learn the lessons; Coroner in drink warning. 531
Learn the skills to be a lifesaver; Your Shout. 403
Man arrested over attacks. 250
Man in fall dies. 105
MINI piles on inches; Advertisement Feature. 628
Mixed feelings for Rushworth. 523
Mouse about that? Exhibition fun for youngsters. 466
MP's attack over poultry. 175
New boy Clark Fitz the bill for Blaydon ahead of derby clash. 446
New icon of its own. 598
Ninth time lucky for serial bride; COUPLE SET TO TIE THE KNOT - BUT IT'S NOT HER FIRST TIME. 508
No pain motoring. 134
No place like dome; LANDMARK OPENS UP ITS DOORS AFTER A FIVE-YEAR REFURBISHMENT. 492
Park not ready to give up fight; Three Counties N'land League. 434
Pensioner's attack agony; WOMAN, 72, IS INJURED IN STREET ROBBERY. 752
Peugeot drives up sales figures. 255
Pick of the day. 159
Plea for support. 103
Pocket-size park; Quay site is green in more ways than one. 432
Police move on car safety. 222
Pop twins' spooky show. 226
Poster bid to tackle suicide in men. 256
Prince misses the plot. 316
PUB QUIZ. 429
PUNTERS. 486
PUNTERSPANEL. 582
Rafa guns for Roger. 208
Reader's Poems. 867
Recital season regular; A PIANO society has cast its net wide across the world to recruit the new season's magnificent seven, as RICHARD YATES reports. 450
Residents describe gun drama; Three arrests. 430
Restored statue is unveiled. 245
Runway runners; GREAT NORTH RUN COMPETITORS HOLD FUNDRAISING FASHION SHOW. 324
Say 'ja' to Jaguar. 608
Search for vandals. 143
Sex attack appeal; Taxi driver may have information. 490
Sides all set for a field day. 497
Sir John offers support. 233
Son versus boyfriend. 248
Spartans determined to get first home victory. 330
Splash your cash. 390
Strauss hopes cricket will win. 278
Sufferers are seen as 'lazy' by many but living with ME can be a nightmare; ME is a condition which has driven people to suicide yet some people still deny its existence. HANNAH DAVIES speaks to two sufferers about living with this debilitating condition. 866
The case for the defence; FEEDBACK. 633
The mountain man is here; ALAN NICHOL has the latest news on the roots music scene. 274
The world according to Ian [...]. 223
Theft appeal. 119
Title hopefuls facing a fight to the finish; Dukes North East Premier League. 464
Towers to tumble as project cash dries up; ICONIC BUILDINGS TO MAKE WAY FOR NEW HOUSING PROJECT. 636
Treating Tilly to a makeover; LITTLE Tilly Lockey is all set for the races after LIZ LAMB treated the four-year-old meningitis survivor and her mum to a makeover. 539
United need to rock Blackpool. 618
VENT YOUR SPLEEEN. 195
Victory or Fer-get it. 186
VW's green machines. 446
Watch out for dodgy dealers; STEVE HUGHES with the best of the week's motoring news only a mobile telephone number as a contact. Consumer protection agencies. 409
WHEEL out a new look for your car; ADVERTISERS ANNOUNCEMENT. 175
Your Stars. 588

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