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Articles from Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England) (December 7, 2012)

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"Political life is about making choices ... Labour MP quits for backbenches over a principle. 388
'Posh kids' got it so wrong. 132
A golden seal of approval for new showroom; Paralympic hero opens disability venture. 522
A lifelong passion; DEALER TALK: Springfield Motor Group. 636
A very Geordie. 329
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS. 108
Action needed on climate. 264
Arbeia, South Shields Central Library; Gig Review. 376
Art plan is under close inspection. 200
Bede's World radio launch. 213
Ben Arfa is set to return at Fulham. 296
Better luck due at Aintree for Rocker. 398
BIG MATCH. 264
BIRTHDAY MEMORIES. 315
BMW M135i AUTOMATIC. 566
Bodyshop workers beaming with pride; DEALER TALK: Cooper Sunderland. 217
Boss is hoping to boost squad; Manager looks to bolster" squad. 351
Bringing magic of movie music to life; Who's the global best selling male live act of the past 12 months? It may surprise you to learn it is Dutch violinist Andre Rieu. He's at the Metro Radio Arena next week, and Entertainment Editor GORDON BARR caught up with him. 497
Business is now suffering because we share a surname; Photographer defends reputation after snapper jailed. 410
Cadet programme to expand. 183
campaign. to keep all of us safe during the Christmas festivities; Police Chief and new Crime Commissioner send message of hope to all women at campaign launch. 653
Cold War take on cold pasties. 633
College shows its class. 407
Comment claim led to arrest. 140
Copeland and Craig share top BBC prize. 467
CORRECTIONS & CLARIFICATIONS. Correction notice 149
COURT IN BRIEF. 390
Cut-hit councils may be targeted yet again; Fears the Chancellor is coming back for more from local authorities. 349
Dame kelly puts stars of the future on gold standard; Olympic legend on return visit to see students' progress. 405
DEATHS. 3002
Do the honours, help these Scouts; Cash would go towards new HQ. 435
Downing volunteers to speak to students; Ice skating. 310
Entertainment Editor GORDON BARR reviews The Bodyguard, a new musical which had its world premiere in London this week and was the brainchild of a Geordie producer. 457
Fig Ban is over the top - Roberto. 289
Final curtain for former Stage Door nightclub? Lack of music licence could see popular venue fall silent. 527
Fine dining at top chippy. 680
FORD FIESTA 1.6 TDCI ZETEC ECONETIC 5-DOOR. 447
Free Christmas parking for five towns. 182
Fringe stars are Sho disappointed. 429
Fulham rocked as Ruiz ruled out of Newcastle clash. 374
Fundraising award for Arctic trekker. 254
Gandalf and the Geordie Hobbits; New film's links to the region. 352
Gang's race attack on shopkeeper; Family left with repair bill of thousands after home and van targeted. 366
Gateshead boys face Cup test at County. 228
Good old days not so good. 118
Helpers wrapping goods for charity. 157
Helping charity get a cut. 170
High praise for helping hands. 154
Historic attic finds fetch big sums. 173
Hollywood on Tyne in top film awards. 199
HONDA CIVIC 2.2 I-DTEC ES. 700
House of horrors woman evicted; Cockroaches and dog dirt were found in suburban home. 338
Ian to pick from injury-free Heed; Blue Sq Bet Prem Bogie faces selection dilemma for Us clash. 338
Illegal ciggies in the spotlight. 203
IN MEMORIAM. Obituary 361
IN TODAY'S Evening Chronicle. 115
John Dobson. 234
JoJo it will soon be behind you! 454
KIA SPORTAGE KX-4 2.0 CRDI. 512
Kids can't see panto? Oh. yes they can! Show to be screened live in hospitals. 433
Let's make this a peaceful one.... COMMENT. 197
Libraries' festive films for free. 196
Living his own dream. 386
liz walker. 455
Luiz is relishing Europa challenge. 271
LUNCH CLUB FOR ELDERLY WITH UNUSUAL VENUES. 165
Mags Craven a crucial away win. 191
Make sure that wasn't a flase dawn now lads. 686
Mayhew and Co keen to take a big chance; Falcons determined to shore things up against Newport. 462
MAZDA CX-5 2.2 SPORT 2WD. 557
Mazda''s new CX-5 passes six month test; DEALER TALK: Hodgson Mazda. 209
MINI COOPER S LONDON 2012 EDITION. 405
MYHOME I have built up quite a collection of furniture; Jill Marriott is the manager at Barker and Stonehouse in Newcastle. The 45-year-old shows us her modern home on the edge of Chester-le-Street, which is filled with items from the store. 508
National training boost for Matthew; collegebaskeball. 247
Ndlovu Rightback in England contention! College's Football. 403
NEW AURIS GETS SMART. 741
NILE: I KNOW I OWE YOU; I know I still owe everyone at United, says Ranger. 753
No Bordeaux vintage form a beaten United; Toon forced to settle for second best in more ways than. 621
No BORDEAUX vintage from a beaten United; Toon forced to settle for second best in more ways than one as young stars fail to take chance to shine in France. 1046
Noo ye can lorn aal aboot wor histrie; New books will help you explore all things Geordie. 429
O;Neill will leave it late on Fletch. 674
Pa p e rc ra f ection. 471
Panto Review; MARIA WALDOCK, along with son David, friend Sara and David's pal Molly, enjoyed a purr-fect evening of panto watching a production of Dick Whittington at The Customs House in South Shields. 402
Pards must cope with expectations; Success has come at a price for United boss. 362
Players to blame not the manager, insists Larsson. 479
Pleasure island. 661
POEM OF THE DAY. 323
Promoting new talent. 190
REUNITED. 349
Rush along to back us, says Liam; FA Carlsberg Vase. 526
Same again please, lads; Evo-Stik Premier. 241
Santa on the wards by magic of video. 163
Sayers Snr 'staged a PS1.1m con' Mortgage fraud and tax dodge claim. 757
SEAT TOLEDO. 507
Separated at birth, sisters learn they are really twins; Shock for women reunited after 55 years. 466
Shows go on sale... Three big shows went on sale for the Metro Radio Arena today - Jesus Christ Superstar, Diversity and Cirque du Soleil. Entertainment Editor GORDON BARR has the details. 403
So then, exactly why did Tyneside come to a halt? Answers needed to snow and a cold snap why a little bit of forecasted brought chaos to our streets. 758
Something to chirp on about; With promises that 2013 will be "the year of the bird" RUTH LAWSON talks to singer-songwriter Rebecca Young - AKA This Little Bird - before she takes flight. 533
Talking rubbish over charges. 157
Team stumped by wasted trip; University cricket. 426
The Black Keys love the blues; ALAN NICHOL brings you the latest news on the roots music scene in the region. 613
Thug jailed over stag party attack; Ferocious assault broke best man's jaw. 455
TODAY'S QUOTES". 116
TODAY. 210
Top firms are honoured. 168
Trial mum: "I would never do that. He was my life; Mother gives evidence over the death of her tragic 13-month-old son. 359
TV CHOICE. 267
TWEETS & POSTS. 483
Village 'needs more families'. 149
Vital to thank the fans - Pards. 237
We have to see justice for our son; Agony over road death. 366
What's On. 1188
What's On: Gig Who: Madness Where: Metro Radio Arena Newcastle When: Tomorrow, December 8. 147
What's On: Theatre & Sta Who: The Little Detective Agency and the Case of the Festive Thief Where: Northern Stage Newcastle When: Until January 5. 117
Why did they let Hughes leave? 167
YOU TELL US; Starbucks has said it will pay more tax in the UK. THEO MERZ asks - would you boycott a company not paying enough? 296
Young guns fail to impress boss; Pards disappointed with starlets' Euro efforts. 326
YOUR MEMORIES. 217

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