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

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Title Author Type Words
A striking lack of candidates for No 9 shirt: Quinn. 352
Age is the key thing for Ward. 397
Animal centre's fight for future. 203
Anyone fancy a game of football next season? 290
Ary of confidence over Munsarim. 331
Beaten Murray trying to look on bright side. 500
BIRTHDAY MEMORIES. 252
BORN ON THIS DAY. 148
Captain defends rookie bowler. 266
Charity for elderly forced to leave its home of 37 years; Northumbria University to use building for office space. 600
CHURCH MATTERS. 535
Church's birthday. 107
Clinic helps put Terriers on the map. 284
Coal can be king again; chronicle comment. 234
Company shows a cutting edge. 140
Councillor enbroiled in dispute; Foul-mouthed Twitter row. 354
DEATHS. 306
Degree honour for uni secretary. 140
Durham looking for new pounds 7m investment. 305
Durham unable to amass winning total as Lancs move up. 380
Failing to land a blow; TV CRITIC. 354
Festival hits right notes for rehab centre; When injury forced Judo champ Boda Gallon to retire early from the sport he set out to find a new challenge. Now he's found it by providing a vital service which helps people who have suffered serious brain injuries get back into the community. MIKE KELLY spoke to him. 1039
Fighting the fags. 139
Firefighters hit road for charity. 108
Gazza now a lead phone-tapping case. 243
Hall aboard as Ward prepares for the new campaign. 413
HAPPENED THIS DAY. 116
Heading for the top; 13-year-old Sidonie wins youth climbing championship. 444
Hi-tech teachers winning praise. 155
Holiday was the cat's whiskers; EMILY POTTS heads north of the border on the perfect weekend break for pet lovers. 877
Hoping students solve problem. 181
I'll be sipping tea with the Queen; Maureen's garden party invite. 513
IN MEMORIAM. Obituary 913
Invite to free wildlife workshop. 179
Judge is centre of legal probe. 186
Just for kicks. 124
Kids' trip back in time. 256
Kings of the castles; 2,000 children take part in sandcastle competition. 150
Krul's No 1 in the blog of the Tyne! On-line fans have say on opening United line-up. 398
League winning official backing; FIVE-A-SIDE FOOTBALL. 224
Let's power on to revive the industry; Bid to get 'clean' coal from under the North Sea. 553
Loom with a view. 172
Man in blaze rescue. 127
Mersey mission is to invest in youth: Carragher. 391
Mid East peace mission boat targeted. 304
Moments from metro disaster; Trucker narrowly avoids collision after reckless race. 368
Monarchs reign over Diamonds. 397
MP"s heartfelt plea for hospital; Miliband takes tour of under-threat children's heart unit. 426
Never to be parted; Funerals of mother and her newborn baby take place. 580
Pardew in no hurry to name a captain. 244
Playing for Cats just great Steph! 495
Police patrols upped. 168
pounds 5k health kick. 139
Project MP snub. 109
Psychic pair launch book. 208
Pupils hunt for 'killer'. 126
READERS' POEMS. 223
Rescued miners guests at Gala. 207
Room to remember; Assembly Rooms owner wants to hear your memories. 298
ROUT IS NOT OUT OF TOON PICTURE. 493
School pupils are making a big noise; Kids take part in drumming and singing events. 284
School tribute honours governor. 160
Season's kick-off a dream come true for Presidents; JAK PENNY. 486
SPORT IN BRIEF. 683
Staff re-live terrifying shop raid; Thugs make off with rings worth up to pounds 50,000. 507
STOP VEGETABLES BOLTING:1. Keep soil moisture levels constant, as dry soil can encourage bolting, particularly with rocket, cauliflower and spinach. TO... 3WAYS 2. Pick spring-sown annuals like radishes and lettuces while young. 3. Bolting is triggered by either a drop in temperature or change in day length. Delay sowing cold-sensitive plants until temperatures are more stable. 226
Stranded OAP in lift rescue. 161
Such sweet memories; Your shout. 184
TAking mind off tragedy; Blinded PC at golf day as shooting anniversary looms. 363
Terriers romp to victory. 117
The news quiz. 196
The Sky's the limit; Broadcaster is to create 400 new call centre jobs. 461
The twists and turns in the life of a ship; 'Amazingly, the stern was towed to Port Hawksbury and she was eventually rebuilt the same year and called the Simonburn'. 365
Three hurt in street knifing; Horror as party ends in violence. 485
Thunder desperate to break their duck. 325
Titan-ic tussle ends in defeat; GRIDIRON. 431
Tour bid moves one step Close-r! 185
Trust's cash reserves dwindle. 223
Two charged after robbery near pub. 159
Unbelievably selfish; Your shout. 359
United on a Mersey mission in first match of the new season; WOMEN'S FOOTBALL. 212
VENT YOUR SPLEEN; Call us on 0191 201 6170 and tell us what makes you angry. Please include your initials and where you live. 164
What to do this week; GARDENING. 159
Work starts on mail centre. 206
You have to be in to win; Gwen is the latest winning Chronicle reader. 256
You loy stay away from whitley Bay; Ninety seven troublemakers banned from town. 465
Your stars. 575
Youth workshops. 152

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