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Articles from Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England) (February 17, 2011)

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Title Author Type Words
80- year - old tells of night[...]; Burglar spotted on CCTV wearing tell-tale woolly hat. 347
825 civil jobs axed. 116
A day in the life... 376
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS. 274
Acting wizard's tips of the trade; Harry Potter star shares his secrets. 321
Adviser to NUFC moves to Sintons. 245
Agony as baby dies 40 hours after her birth; Parents tell of heartache as rare kidney disorder claims little Ellie. 630
Al's up for it ,are you ? Shearer is backing cancer run, and urges others to do the same. 409
Angel fetches heavenly sum at auction. 196
Animals forced to fight to the death; Pair who organised and filmed sickening contests jailed. 623
Ashley stores set for pounds 205m. 180
Ba c k r o o m boys drive Bay on to more glory. 340
Bang on for bingo. 113
Beating Barca gives us belief - Wenger. 349
Benefits cheat mum claimed pounds 3,000. 134
Best thing to do is silence critics; Striker determined to prove doubters wrong. 401
BIRTHDAY MEMORIES. 222
Bolly good work, folks; Indian dance group's cash joy. 347
Bolton's cup win comes at price. 308
Brits winners at Evolution; This year's line-up for the Evolution Festival was announced today. Entertainment Editor GORDON BARR gets the low-down from organiser Jim Mawdsley. 520
brotherly battle adds some spice; Turnbulls ready for FA Trophy clash. 542
Brothers jailed for burglary. 132
Children urged to wear band of safety; Child safe scheme aimed at providing peace of mind to parents. 436
College doubles numbers. 296
Comedy take on Royal wedding. 152
Competition results. 194
Conman's fake collections scam; Guilty of cancer charity clothes fraud. 319
Creditors chase bankrupt Baba; Former pounds 25,000-a-week United full-back is declared bankrupt. 388
DEATHS. 313
DEATHS. 2900
Don't fall for phone scam. 144
Drink driver's trail of chaos. 138
Falcons Hope For The Friday Factor. 577
Farewell to the heroes; Emotional tributes to North East soldiers who died in Afghanistan. 796
Fears as fair talks collapse; Row over who will run 2011 Hoppings. 458
Flood cover fears for town. 193
Forest sell-off U-turn. 112
Friends condolences. Travel narrative 234
Fun and games at the new centre. 233
Gazza gets last chance. 144
Getting into character at Pitbull. 254
Gnomeo, wherefore art thou Gnomeo? 229
GRAB YOUR CHANCE, LEON; Carver's message to Toon hit man: Chance of: a lifetime. 633
Green light for energy academy; Facility will teach students skills for renewable resources sector. 516
High praise for the Excelsior; Ofsted inspectors looked at the Excelsior Academy in Newcastle and said the school which opened two years ago was first class. 333
Hospital support group's award. 158
Hoy's pledge; In brief. 115
I'll Be Ever Ready Promises Jordan; Battery recharge will boost Black Cats. 418
IN MEMORIAM. Obituary 839
Johnson relishing Anfield pressure. 298
Keeping an eye on the virtual world; Parentline. 361
Kid heart op families in rallying call; Parents tell of debt to life-saving hospital unit. 388
Labour warns of lost [...]; MPs express concern at levels of youth joblessness in the region. 512
Lance quits; In brief. 101
Lib Dems have worked; Your shout. 174
Mam whop bit officer [...]; She sank teeth into PC in fracas. 590
Man seriously hurt after row. 164
Mariners can't break down the 10-men. 209
Masterclass in filming; A celluloid specialist and professional film maker has lent expertise to a group of students making a promotional movie about their school. 425
Meet the Tune Army of 1974... Reader unearths rare Newcastle United single released by Chronicle. 701
Meet with police for crime talk. 129
MEPs guilty of spending; Your shout. 144
Moat's texts on night of murder; Jurors told of messages sent before fatal shooting. 604
Murray has a spring in step again. 602
My only focus is Premier points; Premier focus. 390
NHS review is proposing four options. 212
Not so rough going inshore. 405
Now learning science[....]. 491
O'Sullivan's fears after damaging defeat. 253
Old comrades. 261
Pecking order. 105
Pietersen confident of ability to adapt. 355
pounds 70,000 benefit fraud. 112
Premier appalled. 115
Protect our woodlands; Your shout. 170
Pupils and parents - join in the fun run. 273
Range of classes on offer to young. 177
Readers' Poems. 1237
Recognising excellence. 228
Recruit steps up to PR firm challenge. 141
Regional search for deaf champ. 120
REUNITED. 435
School meal threat; Hot food may go. 431
Secret witness tells of armed battle; Gunman opened fire. 504
Serving booze for breakfast[...]; Licence decision prompts blast over drink problems. 336
Signals show that Kenya trip is paying off for Alyson. 318
Singing sensation. 115
Society strengthens its network of staff. 265
SPORT IN BRIEF. 664
Sports beings to warm up at last. 414
Staff shut out at troubled[...]; Future for Findus is uncertain. 424
Stars say final goodbyes to Pete Postlethwaite. 309
Step down over cuts? Your shout. 418
Striking grey will be Walkon to victory. 371
Students' play a good influence; local drama students. NICOLA JUNCAR reports. 459
Taxi driver finder for illegally plying trade; Cabbie picked up pair outside licensed area. 356
Taxpayers fleeced of pounds 600,000; Conman jailed for VAT scam. 425
THE VAANE (Veterans) annual cross-country [...]; In brief. 105
Toon's Youth Cup dream is dashed. 336
Tyres are slashed in spree. 164
VENT YOUR SPLEEN. 149
We can handle cuts,but it will mean changes; THE coalition cuts have forced Northumbria Police to make some "hugely difficult" decisions. Temporary chief constable SUE SIM tells ADRIAN PEARSON what a smaller budget means for crime fighting. 588
We can Rock up and win - Tom. 301
We hope to Tower over our opponents. 224
Week of action against crime. 202
Wheels in motion; Pascal's delight at new chair. 451
Where is the plan? 249
White Mere's Going Green. 161
Woman mugged in street. 117
Woody's facing another lay-off. 206
your stars. 575

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