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Articles from Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England) (November 29, 2012)

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Title Author Type Words
A night with Nemo. 277
AA leading the way is no accident; ADVERTORIAL. 501
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS. 119
Amazing turnout for first College fixture. 278
Angles stay top despite just a draw. 306
Anti-socialist rant inaccurate. 116
Arts venue chairman is stepping down. 305
at the cinema. 1148
ATHLETICS DAIRY. 254
BESPOKE joinery firm Crafted & Co has taken [...]. 335
Biomass plant not so green, Friends insist; Blyth facility 'able to provide energy for 170,000 homes'. 341
Bittersweet night for Magpies' goalden boy. 182
Boy, this Birtley duo are so good; Starlets storm into national finals. 364
Brazen thieves escape in daylight. 142
Campaigners lose their fight over meadow; Wrangle with developer for 12 years. 342
Central role for Toon ace. Travel narrative 120
Children's recipes for good health; People's Kitchen benefits. 351
Citizens Advice Bureaus forced to turn away those in need. 493
COURT IN BRIEF; A selection of offences from the magistrates' courts. 333
DEATHS. 3093
DEATHS. 594
Don't Hogg the limelight , Ally! WELCOME to our new weekly column with MARK SMITH - looking at the world of rugby. Column 391
DR MATHS. 312
Dutch of class is enough - Big Sam. 292
Emily's digital approach to past. 173
Ex-con lived psrty life in 1960s clubs; Cunningham's book told how city was like mini Las Vegas as criminals gambled heavily and sipped Champagne with their girls. 617
Families battle over homes plan; Campaign heats up over application for greenbelt land. 319
Fergie's farewell delayed as Hussein fails to Cash in. 418
Finding wild fish is a big problem. 400
for Dressed a challenge. 574
Fruits of her labour paying off for Hayley; Former aerobics instructor creates healthy snack empire. 509
Fun fur all the family on farm! The baa essentials to enjoy festivities. 285
Generosity that will save many lives; COMMENT. 206
Heed clash is switched; IN BRIEF. 104
Help is there in festive period. 237
Help trust raise PS40,000. 140
High driver Tom's high school date; Pupils interview Olympian over the internet. 323
Hungary. next for 'shocked' Smith. 730
Icons of innocence on big screen. 403
IN MEMORIAM. Obituary 415
IN TODAY'S 8 Smarter [...]. 116
James needs help to follow F1 dream. 262
make a Wish to help lonely parents. 309
Make the rich pay their taxes. 213
Making a splash to benefit charity. 353
Man arrested over smash; Drivers tried to help tragic crash victim. 580
Man is cautioned over racist tweet. 147
Man shot in the back with air rifle. 205
Mancini thrilled for hero Mario. 236
Mark's back in middle. 129
Matt: I would Kil for a run in team; Cats defender determined to take his chance. 436
Metro to take the strain off Christmas. 206
Mirage primed to show he's for real. 320
Motorists warned of roadwork delays. 200
Mr Nasty is aiming to pack a punch. 306
Mum vows to fight on for justice as Mod rejects fer plea; Families of dead Red Caps lose judicial review bid. 375
New faces alter homes. 273
NEWS. 428
No home comforts as Scott defeated. 146
No plea is entered on GBH charge. 166
Novos take the field in honour of former player Fettis. 333
O'Neill has no fears over efforts of a blossoming Rose. 358
Old Comrades. 277
Pardew hopes Cisse is back on goals trail. 243
PARDS: WE'RE IN A DOGFIGHT. 244
Parents despair at 'disgraceful' plans. 478
Party time for Abbie; The girl who never stopped smiling enjoys her first night out on the town with her friends to celebrate her pal's 21st birthday. 474
Pitching in for next big thing; TROUBLE WITH THE CURVE (12A, 111 mins). 488
POEM OF THE DAY. Travel narrative 317
Portraits of Paris in new exhibition. 299
Praise shunned. 109
PS3m new treatment for cancer patients; Cyber surgery machine will be available from next spring. 532
Puds say something about Mary; Great-grandmother's Pudding Nights are a legendary mix. 362
Pupils to see fruits of their labours; Trees planted. 303
Q&A. 199
Rafa: My Chelsea can still win title. 297
Raising a laugh for charity. 116
REUNITED. 299
RIDDLES. 131
Rodgers in rant over ref justice. 267
Shoppers to enjoy festive treats. 159
Singer thanks hospital after breast removal surgery; Star Michelle underwent seven-hour double mastectomy operation. 484
Sloppy United fail to rule at the Britannia; Defensive howlers cost Toon dear in the Potteries as poor run goes on and fears grow of a battle against relegation. 1420
Sloppy United fail to rule at the Britannia; Defensive howlers cost Toon dear in the Potteries as poor. 1017
Staff show they care. 106
Students are praised for thir efforts; Entertainment and awards at Civic Centre. 249
Superb hat-trick for magic Morpeth. 205
TAKE A STAND. 527
The Evening Chronicle has PS35,000 [...]. 101
Their lives changed forever a year ago, but now family celebrate a life. 648
Tiny TV stars make a date to say thanks. 373
To the Manor born! 232
TODAY'S QUOTES". 104
TODAY. 204
Trio in saddle for Sir Bobby's charity; Workers take part in gruelling cycle rides to raise vital cancer funds. 243
Triumphant Phoenix are rising from the ashes at last. 263
TV CHOICE. 252
tweeters revealed. 393
TWEETS & POSTS. 492
Two days of choas in 1979. 370
Tyne Met BUC their place in national finals. 202
We can't afford free bus passes; Nexus warn of funding timebomb. 223
We have to halt climate change. 271
We showed spirit and we should have won - Pards. 367
We're allowed to be annoyed. 319
Work set to start on new housing. 186
Worth ensuring your equipment is secure. 469
You can make leap to degree. 524
YOU TELL US; Newcastle City Council proposes budget cuts of PS90m. We asked Tynesiders what they think the effects will be on their lives. 255
your local chemists. 306
YOUR MEMORIES. 191

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