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Articles from Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England) (August 2, 2011)

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25 million and still rolling. 154
25-year milestone for elderly care service. 228
A flawed genius who walked a tightrope; Joey Barton has finally fallen off the tightrope he has been walking. LEE RYDER looks at his time in Toon. 1191
A little local help needed; Your shout. 155
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS. 165
Action vote over offshore work transfer; Union security claims over risk to personal information. 321
An ale-ing economy; Pubs set to be sold to raise cash for Irish government. 392
Artificial pitch boosts soccer. 181
Aussies stir up storm over ship; Tyne's last vessel is safety hazard, says report. 394
Award honour proves to be top of the Bill. 222
BARTON'S TWEET THE LAST STRAW; Player's United demise a drawn out affair. 502
Boost to college group's powers. 198
Break-in on ward. 106
Catts happy to be clawing his way back to full fitness. 429
Checking out metal thefts. 166
City venue found for Entertainers' great re-match. 403
Cleared Stephen is home at last. 202
Club has been in business fore ages. 182
Clubs show interest as Joey looks for an exit. 265
Comedy festival's triple bill of local laughter; A trio of well-known comedians in this region are about to tread the boards at the Edinburgh Fringe. Entertainment Editor GORDON BARR has the details. 631
Councillors' pedal power. 143
Craig casts a spell; Marine-turned-author's tale about witches hits shelves. 445
DEATHS. 247
DEATHS. 2747
Don't give in to Kenny; Your shout. 102
Durham can cope with triple glory chase - Cook. 448
Employees need jobs; Your shout. 107
Energy boost. 107
Ensuring security; chronicle comment. 232
Explain this mess please; Your shout. 160
Families teed off over STRAY shots; Hundreds of balls hit their homes overlooking golf course. 595
Family hurt in holiday crash riddle; Taxi veers into family from Tyneside. 368
Father of tragic Amy in a plea on rehabs; Singer's dad meets senior MPs at Westminster. 575
Film fortunes; In brief. 128
Firm brings jobs boost; Company to take on engineers after seeing profits rise. Financial report 319
Foster's in a League of his own in fining England's young talent; Russell so proud his youth set-up has gone on to produce top-class performers at national level. 1259
Frederick could be great at Curragh. 168
Freedom over for bridegroom; Runaway newly-wed back in custody. 559
Gift & craft market planned. 154
Goosen hooks up with old pal Joe. 431
Happy ending foe one victim of cruel thief; Elderly woman reunited with her stolen photos. 414
Holiday close to home and see some of nature's best spots. 205
Hoping to find answers at last; Inquest into the road crash death of lad at blackspot. 482
Hunt for bookies conmen; Pair tricked staff into handing over cash. 308
I was a double Cat A prisoner i have done things, but not heroin... Hardman tells of his use of cannabis - but denies dealing smack. 736
IN MEMORIAM. Obituary 604
In-form Jimmy is worth a Little bet. 318
Investing in renewables can give better return than bank account. 457
Jailed axe attacker found dead in cell; Inquest opens into death of prisoner. Obituary 514
Kenyan duo are in the running. 237
Kids are flying high at gallery; Travel and holidays are celebrated at Seven Stories. 382
Lending a hand to the war effort. 150
Modric is not for sale, say Spurs. 318
New home for police dog Vegas. 259
Newspaper find makes headlines; Mam unearths a collection of Evening Chronicles in her loft. 430
Number's up for dozy thief. 195
O'Brien hopeful of Toon upturn. 271
Pals rally support in European road trip; Students take part in challenge for poor children. 453
Park promised pounds 1.2m revamp; Big overhaul to form part of new homes project. 497
Payne is prepared for major changes. 340
PET WATCH. 463
Police target illegal bikers. 162
Pools will be no pushovers- boss; Bruce firing a friendly warning. 530
pounds 74m health cash cut claims; Funding moves south. 401
Primary pupils 'failing'. 148
Problems over pensions. 140
Queally bids to step into breach. 327
READERS' POEMS. 279
Red Bull worried - so they should be. 451
Seeking the best trainer. 116
Shoppers head back to fabulous 1940s. Obituary 200
Shops team up to beat crime. 147
Should a council home be for life.? City leaders strongly disagree with Government plans to end lifetime tenancies for families moving into council housing, as ANDREW GLOVER reports. 616
Special summer campaigns aim to keep county clean. 285
SPORT IN BRIEF. 516
Sporting exchange kicks in. 172
Sweet gesture from staff. 186
Taking on the school bullies. 180
Tale of one man and his dog. 173
Tav goes back to where he made big impact. 248
Teaching pair win national honour. 158
Team helps scar victims. 200
Teens turn eyesore into urban Garden; Group creates modern landscape for community. 473
The birth of John Redhead. 256
The death of William Fitzsimmons. 239
The marriage of Aaron Hayes and Jennie Hammett. 260
Thief is jailed. 101
Threat to mankind; Your shout. 101
Trust boss backs Kielder. 146
VENT YOUR SPLEEN. 107
Warning over will writing. 174
Whitaker sorry for brother at hotel. 304
Woman attacked. 103
Your Stars. 598
Zhirkov may be on way home. 176

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