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Articles from Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England) (February 20, 2013)

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'Leukaemia diagnosis is not death sentence' Last year about 20 people were diagnosed with hairy cell leukaemia in the North East. Health Reporter HELEN RAE speaks to a woman who was one of those told she had the rare blood cancer My Health. 467
A clean sweep for North outfit. 333
A real love-hate relationship. 660
A safe, personal touch; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 544
Al Enbess has talent to win at Kempton. 341
ARISE THE Rising Stars; Sporting talents to be honoured at dinner. 793
Arsonist put lives in danger. 130
Back to basics now for Scotland. 240
Birthday date loses all its joy; Girl buries her dad, just days before her 18th. 450
Blame game is pointless. 118
Boss asked worker to take blame; Restaurant owner driving uninsured car hit OAP's vehicle. 489
Bruising response to council's cuts. 387
Callum comes home to very different life; Pioneering surgery to help eight-year-old boy walk. 417
Celebrate with a beer-irani! Restaurant's Brown Ale bridge tribute. 342
Couple in court over baby death; Mum of tragic Logan and ex-partner back before bench. 264
courts IN BRIEF; A selection of offences from the magistrates' ' courts Information supplied by the Courts Service. 523
DEATHS. 1551
Digging deep for villagers; Mining group funds hall revamp. 267
Family's pride at Bobby's night of stars; 'Dad would have been gobsmacked' - verdict of legend's son on a spectacular show. 525
Feel-good factor is back - Santon; Santon's positive for rest of season. 269
Firms to meet potential buyers. 161
Foodbank is now helping more families. 459
For the record, it's the best yet; Times tumble and entries soar to new heights as county event proves big hit. Correction notice 634
Former shipyard branded a 'death trap' for workers; Safety inspectors claim labourers' homes are a fire hazard. 665
Fun, frolics and frivolity on the stage; Young reviewer PAUL WALLACE does the Time Warp down to Sunderland Empire to catch The Rocky Horror Show, which plays there until Saturday. 403
IN MEMORIAM. Obituary 394
KEEP MY DREAM ALIVE; Keep my dream alive - Hatem. 453
Land-ing the top honours; Morpeth, Northern youngsters shine in Rover Cup tourney. 343
Let private firm guard Assange. 143
Library rescue package talks break down; Conditions of college offer 'too strict'. 466
Like Egyptians. 111
Live from London, a classic opera experience. 267
Loan shark cash goes to community. 393
Local beer for MPs; Tyneside brewery to supply the Commons. 341
Man's jaw broken in senseless attack. 252
Metro offers a good service. 253
Midfielder Turnbull helps Spartans turn the corner. 320
Missing man is found safe. 182
More Tyneside children are falling into poverty. 249
Murphy. puts on a magical show; Former world champion woos crowd on visit. 381
Ollie not finished article - Richards. 453
Only casualty is the rodent in A&E scare; Rat seen in hospital waiting room. 342
Parents reassured on school meals. 152
Pasty tells of fight to keep weight down; Former Emmerdale star chews the fat on her weight loss. 323
Plan for new link road. 129
Popstar Michelle's on song for her pal; Liberty X singer does the honours at friend's wedding. 431
Q&A with. 287
Radcliffe fury. 120
Raider targeted bookies. 127
Ring is clue to PS60,000 burglary; Woman sought by police. 304
Rowntree: Chris is perfect fit for Lions role. 286
Safety fears for club's fans. 195
Sangster heroics prove to be in vain. 291
School of Rock; Expert tuition gives budding stars a chance to shine. 152
School to provide free bus service. 193
Shields squad is just too strong. 167
Something's got to change, says Heed boss. 287
TN in with a Good chance in the Cup. 501
TN squad suffers the agony and the ecstasy. 314
TODAY. 218
Toon chiefs fuming after flares ignited; Hefty fines are expected after disorder at St James'. 553
Toon trophy for sale. 112
Top 10's a target for confident Cat O'Shea. 345
Tributes paid to crash victim. 384
Two arrested after disturbance. 108
Tyneside teams though in cup. 249
United Euro rivals have sights on a major scalp; Shades of Keegan era as up-and-coming Metalist plot rise. 862
Walbottle enjoyed mixed fortunes. 126
We lost control by joining EU. 224
We said, 'Job done' ... but we were out. 365
We want to go as far as we possibly can in Europe; Whitley Bay lad Taylor is determined to give loyal United fans some more great nights on the continental stage. 710
We want to hear memories of bridge. 199
Wilshere: Our start was poor. 115
You're smarter for 10. 465
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