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Articles from Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England) (July 13, 2011)

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A hero of the sea; Ray Marshall reminds us of the perilous journeys embarked upon by convoys of ships up and down the East Coast. 497
A sneak preview of town's future; First glimpse of plans to transform demolished area. 426
A very polished Matt finish; KARTING. 176
AFTER a sparkling 88 against Tynemouth, Blaydon'[...]; DUKES NORTH EAST PREMIER LEAGUE. 541
Alarms can save lives of tenants. 167
Allon:Vinnie's not in same league as Billy; Day three of our look back at United's hard men takes us back to era of Anderson and Whitehurst. 1592
Anger at garden centre's growth. 172
Anger over college rebrand. 155
Assault thug is jailed. 147
Athletes endure tri-ing day; TRIATHLON. 159
Barton banned; He's not allowed on American tour. 367
Beauty queen's visit has purpose. 213
BIRTHDAY MEMORIES. 434
BORN ON THIS DAY. 174
Bowled over by a cricket day. 164
Bus rally on move. 133
Carpet firm will not be closing region's stores; North East outlets escape firm's cull. 400
Cats are gelling nicely - Vaughan. 237
Celebrating 90 years of British Legion. 260
Challenging what it means to be a prince; Ballet classic Giselle comes to Toon this weekend - with a twist. Entertainment Editor GORDON BARR has the details. 413
Chance to spend a day with Toon heroes. 281
City hit back at Wenger cash blast. 340
Close encounter of a thrilling kind. 104
CONSOLATION PRIZE, JOEY; Barton set to skipper Toon reserves after visa shocker Barton to captain reserves. 463
Crime concerns voiced. 126
Czech out this Salter success; TABLE TENNIS. 301
Deaths in house remain a mystery; Post mortem examinations fail to find cause of tragedy. 486
DEATHS. 1715
Driver in the dock o road death charge; Woman who killed pedestrian was over limit. 469
Driver is hunted as fuel is stolen. 164
Drunk host who slashed child's face spared jail; Man threw glass at 13-year-old he thought was intruder. 516
Falcons May well fly this season says new boy. 416
Families against opencast. 170
Feeling just pukka! Starlets honoured at Bay's junior presentation night ICE HOCKEY. 388
Field of sporting dreams for town; Cutting the turf on a pounds 730,000 state-of-the-art pitch. 403
Finalist Keith is Wright on form; DARTS. 284
Finishing touches put to exhibition; Modern artists inspired by grand project. 333
Gardner; I'll be the goalden boy; New signing Craig in Cats scoring pledge. 539
Gateshead's young guns put on a top league show; JUNIOR ATHLETICS. 508
Going back to prevent crime. 129
HAPPENED THIS DAY. 180
Have a barbie for the Sunshine. 180
Helm is making quite a Splash. 270
Hoping for excitement; Your shout. 339
Hunt for sneak-in thief. 131
I remember the church; Your shout. 142
I'm a victim of police harassment- Conroy; Hardman is arrested in drugs raid at his home. 544
IN MEMORIAM. Obituary 414
It could be good to talk. 285
It's that blooming time again. 193
Knee op proves a fascinating piece of theatre; In part three of a series of articles on the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Gateshead. LIZ LAMB follows a grandmother-of-two as she undergoes knee replacement surgery. 871
Laughter midnight! Fun-loving walkers don fancy dress for annual charity event. 434
League defeat leaves Rhodes feeling all Dunn in; SNOOKER. 490
Let's all talk about creating a city we want for the future; From crime to health concerns, Newcastle Council insists it wants to hear it all. Leader Nick Forbes shares with ADRIAN PEARSON his aim for a more open council. 489
Lord, Seb's a doctor! Honour for former athlete. 225
Magpies award families for their learning skills; parents and children to a special night at St James' Park. 383
Malthouse can retain Stakes for Johnston. 313
Media mogul urged to drop bid by MPs. 326
Meeting on park. 104
Newburn's lucky dip; Hodgson leads club's medal charge at Sheffield meeting. 483
NEWCASTLE CITY kept alive their hopes of avoiding [...]; WELLSTREAM NTH/LAND AND TYNESIDE SENIOR LG. 410
No panic buys, says Toon boss; No panic buys, says Pardew. 342
No risk of air collision. 126
On the road to disription... once again; Sub-standard street to close. 515
Only Colly can decide his future. 445
Pl accused of hacking is "quit family man' Neighbours tell of ex-soldier embroiled in Brown row. 412
Plan for essential projects. 113
Plans to tackle crime unveiled. 134
Police probe copper theft. 196
Police to look at judge's arrest. 198
pounds 161m EuroMillions win goes to British ticket-holder. 269
Professional job done by South squad; WARMSEAL DURHAM SENIOR LEAGUE. 371
READERS' POEMS. 310
Reading show on tour. 108
Sacriston feel just champion! WELLSTREAM NTH/LAND AND TYNESIDE SENIOR LEAGUE UNDER-15 DIVISION. 384
Sat nav snatched. 122
Scrambler bike stolen. 119
Seconds rise to challenge; HOCKEY LATEST. 129
Shedload of trouble; Teen suspect arrested following spate of garden raids. 486
Showbiz insider. 212
Smith enjoys the Cup that cheers; 3D SPORTS DURHAM COAST LG. 262
Students pass sporting test with honours. 402
Surgery a success for brave Lucy; Girl's future 'optimistic' after third heart operation. 485
Take it as Red, Modric won't be sold. 373
Teachers plan to strike over academy row; Union says workers feel misled over school proposals. 413
Teenager assaulted. 108
Teenagers charged. 128
Teens show talent; Youngsters scoop top awards at design competition. 391
They're best bar none. 124
Tomahawks must settle for second best in Sheffield. 362
Toon craftsman who was, and still is, a glass act; Tyneside's colourful glass-making history revealed. 540
Trew courage of golden girl Nicki; Rower recovers from surgery to win oarsome medal success. 542
Trust paid off for Ajay; Boss helped to start business. 443
Tunnel shot wins snapper pounds 10,000 national prize. 186
Tyne trek for writer. 146
Vandals' liquid attacks on cars. 141
VENT YOUR SPLEEN; Call us on 0191 201 6170 and tell us what makes you angry. Please include your initials and where you live. 188
Victory is Moor than a surprise; WARMSEAL DURHAM SENIOR LG UNDER-18s. 300
Victory well worth the Waite. 279
Wainwright relief as drought ends. 130
We're "going green; Youngsters hold eco-friendly festival fundraiser. 322
Weather puts out the Blue Flames; SG WEALTH MANAGEMENT NTH/LAND LG. 294
WELLSTREAM NORTHUMBERLAND AND TYNESIDE [...]; One more win will be enough to secure honours. 317
Wife and mam join mob in jail; Mother and daughter helped villain run pounds 13m scam. 418
Wonder of zumba; Mum stepping out to raise cash for parents' charity. 348

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