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Articles from Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England) (April 27, 2012)

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'Pasty tax' protest is taken to PM; Petition reaches Downing Street. 347
'Pin number' burglar used victims' cards; He struck as couple slept. 294
[c] New Releases. 388
[c]REUNITED. 261
[c]TWEETS & POSTS. 466
A modern twist on a Shakespeare classic; [c] The Winter's Tale, Propeller, Theatre Royal Newcastle, also tonight and tomorrow by JESSICA MURRAY. 362
A stellar line-up. 117
Alnmouth looking to Wark it against their local rivals. 281
Also showing. 399
Anger at fine for speeding mercy driver; MP hits out after ambulance man on a mission is fined. 474
Anti-royalists should leave UK; FEEDBACK. 126
Apprentice takes on new job title; DEALER TALK: Jennings Motor Group. 277
Arrests following death of woman. 196
Arrests made in hunt for shooter; Two more suspects held in search for street attacker. 333
Banning order. flouted by yob; Football thug is spotted on a derby day in Newcastle. 336
Behind every great man... 432
Benks targeting grand finale of Twenty20 Cup glory. 390
Bobby was a blue-chip manager. 472
Bogie's expecting some big changes. 452
Boyz go wild on stage to get hearts racing; He's best known for cage fighting and marrying a wild woman, but Alex Reid is now a fully established wild boy too, as Entertainment Editor GORDON BARR finds out. 738
Button won't be put to the test. 239
Bytesize [c]The latest game news. 230
C60 C90 see Bow Wow Wow. 472
Candidates seek your votes. 312
Captain Catts in a race against time to face Bolton. 467
Chef has built form bottom to be success; Royal seal of approval for Paul. 422
Children united in rejecting racism; 'I have been racially abused in the past and reacted badly and it got me into trouble'. 488
Club bids to go out in style. 247
Colliers want to make it so tough. 273
Corluka: Blame Redknapp for Spurs slump. 275
Coyle in praise of walking wounded. 293
customer service valued the most. 515
DEATHS. 3144
Did you see brutal street assault? 183
Do not forget it's been so great. 141
Doughnut treat at Metrocentre; Jobs on the way as firm set to touch down on Tyneside. 353
Every snap tells a tale of life on the banks of Tyneside; Handwritten notebook reveals captivating insight into life in Gateshead over the past century. 772
Fab: Eagles are not feeling Heat. 507
Falcons can survive: Tait. 429
Far from soaring. 302
Fatal fall for a beloved pet dog. 206
Ferguson feels for nerves of the fans. 239
Firms can secure a slice of pounds 250m. 194
Flood alerts follow heavy rain. 116
Forty years of fun; Pupils mark four decades of school with birthday party. 216
Gateshead magistrates. 197
Gig Preview. 294
Going that extra mile; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 540
Greece is still the word. 577
Help me to save my vital lifeline; Family want answers now. 482
Helping to get you back into work. 189
Ho, ho, hopeless; Inspired by the film Bad Santa, crook hid in a wardrobe unitl everyone had gone home, then he robbed the store. 430
IN MEMORIAM. Obituary 145
IN TODAY'S Evening Chronicle. 124
Injured duo given time to get fit for Blues. 286
It's just not fair; IN BRIEF. 101
Let's see more, Cab. 166
Local mayors are a stitch-up; FEEDBACK. 103
Lulu looks set to find success; Young, sassy and full of energy, Lulu James is on a mission to forge a career out of her passion for music. RUTH LAWSON talks to the South Shields lass about her journey so far. 598
Magnificent Seven is ready for a remake. 598
Magpies hoping for late upgrade. 429
Malarkey is in with a Major chance. 324
Marvel-ous hero team; AVENGERS ASSEMBLE (12A, 147 mins). 318
MAZDA CX-5. 934
Memories of special girl live on; 'She was just an amazing child'. 358
Merry month of May. 429
Mission: Impossible - Ghost Pr [...]; DVD Reviews. 698
Moaners need a bit of sparkle; FEEDBACK. 103
Model opportunity; IN BRIEF. 102
Motor insurance deals for buyers; DEALER TALK: Hodgson Mazda. 286
myHome It's a lively street with a great feel... Paul Alderson, 38, is a dad of two and founder of design business Wonder Stuff Studio. He shows us the office in his Victorian terrace in Arthur's Hill, Newcastle. 575
New look for store in revamped shops mall. 156
Newcastle magistrates. 246
Nine held after cannabis farm is raided. 166
No Cisse fire as Papiss targets more goals. 310
North to take fire from the Dragons. 273
North Tyneside magistrates. 168
PEUGEOT 3008 HYBRID4 163 HDI. 645
Play-off success would be doubly pleasing for TN's playcaller. 337
portrayed Scotty Moore (and Eddie [...]. 225
Praise for pupils in police awards. 140
Probe into special school is welcome; [c]COMMENT. 244
Quevega is on top of the World! 223
Radio station appeal; IN BRIEF. 132
RAF Boulmer's commander to take up new role in Afghanistan. 192
Retro sound set to rock Sage; ALAN NICHOL has the latest roots music news including a preview of Imelda May''s forthcoming Tyneside gig. 304
Road feared by cyclists. 587
Roaring success. 112
Roots music. 218
Sac have a point to prove. 273
Scandal-hit school is at centre of a cold case cop probe; Specially trained squad recruited to look into allegations about special school. 830
Schools urged to join charity race. 222
Send the fans into seventh heaven! 240
Sess' goal is to end Cats drought. 526
Show is pick of bunch for Brain; Star delighted to be in Oliver! extravaganza. 435
Skipper Colo: We couldn't have done it without fans. 368
Spartans will be given chance to show their worth. 292
Spot signs of teen cancers; FEEDBACK. 205
Starlets off an right track; Outdoor season starts in style with Shildon success. 1363
Stars step up for Peter's auction. 125
Summer ban for dogs on beaches. 161
The Boss is back! And you could win one of three pairs of tickets to his show. 244
The Wind Through The Ke [...]; Book Reviews. 699
Theatre review. 529
This incredible journey goes on. 606
TODAY. 238
Tributes are paid to crash mum, 18; Pals remember a youngster devoted to her baby. 485
Two youths back on the streets; Bail granted for accused. 296
Upheaval overshadows the start of a new campaign. 300
We are back on the map - thanks to Pards; Progress has been amazing, says Geordie coach Carver. 471
We won't be 'bribed' into re-homing Londoners; City housing stock already under too much pressure. 516
Weather all set to rain supreme. 468
What's On: Gig Who: Hague Where: Tomlinsons of Rothbury When: Sunday May 6. 228
What's On: Theatre Who: Jerusalem Where: People's Theatre Newcastle When: May 1 to 5. Theater review 221
YOU BET. 298

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