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Articles from Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England) (March 30, 2011)

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Title Author Type Words
A final say in city tourney; Schools football. 250
A swell tale of a Geordie superstar; Story of music hall star born in the Gateshead slums. 339
Abusive man fined. 125
Art on show to public. 124
Ashley eyeing a Euro return. 286
ASHLEY EYES EURO RETURN; Mike's not selling as plan for future is revealed. 439
Attack student in plea. 129
Author visits. 103
Avoid the hassle of town with a trip to Gosforth; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 1486
Bell is already a major driving force! 519
Benfield will be test for us: Tait. 325
Best yet to come insists Cars boss. 453
Blaze is tackled. 108
Bloody -minded but so marvellous; It started as a one-woman campaign but today it's on the verge of raising pounds 1m. 525
Bogie to ring changes after winless run continues. 351
BORN ON THIS DAY. 122
Capello 'just Fab'. 102
Carroll goal an Andy one for striker's confidence. 297
Cash to fund vital research into asbestos-linked disease. 203
City girls are top of the form in Dublin; Grassroots sport Swimming. 424
Clarke to take on Aussies' lead role. 311
Cleaner stole to pay loan. 122
College staff vote to strike over planned job cuts. 255
Council's plea on postal vote. 117
Credit to Ashley; chronicle comment. 266
Dad and son take plunge for autism. 169
DEATHS. 2504
Djokovic is on a revenge mission. 264
Donaldson keen to stay in Toon; Ryan is keen to stay in Toon. 437
Double rescue. 108
Draw your pet and win a prize. 132
Duchess honours Volunteer soldiers; Ceremony for unsung heroes. 404
Eagles claim wheely impressive double; Wheelchair basketball. 175
Emma makes giant leaps; Pringle jumping for joy after progress is rewarded with top award. 473
Falcons facing match charge. 234
Fond memories and some fire treatment; Residents tell us their stories of a well-loved hospital. 439
Gaddafi exile 'would end Libyan criisis'[...]; Hague open to dictator fleeing to place of refuge. 484
Gang ofthree cost [...]; Heavy metal targeted in firms across the North East. 528
Girl's plight is a disgrace; Your shout. 242
Give us your garden waste. 198
Graver earns his Corn for leaders; Durham Alliance League. 312
HAPPENED THIS DAY. 166
Hayes is seeking a grand finale; Basketball. 317
He was a great dad and [....]; Daughter of man who was tormented and murdered by young thugs recalls happy times they spent together. 913
Hebburn Reyrolle way to a final; Northern Alliance Lg Division One. 289
High hopes of raising cash. 131
How police closed the net on Andrew's murderers. 648
If that stamp had connected with my head then I wouldn't be here now; Ex-soldier battered after man mistook him for robber. 714
IN MEMORIAM. Obituary 402
IN MEMORIAM. Obituary 236
Individual cue honours go to Craggs. 164
Jacob can step up a level. 494
Janice goes back to college. 170
Junior Tour is getting in swing; Junior golf. 282
Labour leader's special commitment. 220
Lethal illness affecting lungs. 241
Lilley pockets victory over Craigie to stay top of league; League snooker latest. 447
Lily's deam to walk gets ever closer; Five-year-old cerebral palsy sufferer gets surgery date. 615
Lots of reasons to go to school. 157
Luxury care for the elderly. 163
Mac is Chem's top scorer! Northern Alliance Lg Division Two. 299
My late leveller As to be extra special says Gyan. 298
New set of hands for little Tilly. 222
Pair held after smash drama; Hit and run may have been deliberate. 390
Park in U-turn on legal action. 202
Pickoftheday. 179
Plan fuels further pain; Your shout. 234
Player nets an honour. 110
Pressure is on in chase to step up. 257
READERS' POEMS. 300
Ruby: It's right time to ride Midnight. 368
Sad events leading to the death of dad-of-two. 328
Seconds out in a battle to survive; League badminton. 261
Seniors taking places at the county table; Table tennis. 456
Sheriffe ready for the switch; Tait backs new boy Rikki to shine. 551
Shields ending season in style; Hockey latest. 175
Shops raided in booze op; Bootleg alcohol seized. 342
Showbiz insder. 278
Sir Bobby's name lives on in charity; Shearer hails legend's legacy as foundation turns three. 489
Sirens' sound will seduce you; They've been together for more than a decade, but Geordie girlgroup Sirens are feeling fresher than ever. SAM WONFOR reports. 517
SPORT IN BRIEF. 729
Starlets looking to Land big prize; Junior rugby latest. 368
Stepping into 60s; Front page: A family saw their completely home stripped. 658
Steps to get cash. 101
Stirring things up for young offenders; Chef gives teens a chance at success. 433
Stories have kids hungry for more fun; Balamory star on hand to read for caterpillar party. 335
Striking a chord. 107
Students getting all girly to help tiny lives. 139
Students hoping they can Stan and deliver. 280
Teen is charged; In brief. 106
Tenants' homes revamp. 126
The Saints go marching on in the Trophy; North East Christian Fellowship League. 278
They killed my dad... I don't think I could ever forgive them; Daughter's grief as pair found guilty of murder. 118
Thieves risk lives stealing Metro cables. 220
TN still dream of a double; Volleyball. 310
TODAY'S MOVIES. 325
Toon no longer enjoy elite status but they haven't gone the way of Leeds or Pompey; Newcastle will continue to keep a tight grip on their finances as they plan for the future. LEE RYDER examines the club's strategy. 1307
Top division's top two win again; Sportsworld Nth North/land League. 124
Trip proves a high note for talented singers. 122
Trucker's so lucky to escape burning lorry. 542
United's finances now more securre; Fans sticking by club helped soften cash blow. 560
Victor Bailes leaves very best until last[...]; Junior athletics by BILL McGUIRK. 424
We need you fit and ready, Fab; Bridge wants Flournoy to take it easy. 631
We're well schooled in tacking the truants[...]; New truancy figures have been released by the Government for every primary and secondary school. NICOLA WEATHERALL looks at how North East schools fared. 445
Where are the policies? Your shout. 189
Whitmarsh is driven to praise his McLaren duo. 369
Whole new Bowl game at Durham[...]. 424
Woman admits pounds 20,000 benefit fraud. 175
YOUR STARS. 556

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