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Articles from Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England) (January 8, 2013)

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'Deplorable ' city cells discovered; Inspectors release report. 296
5 OF THE BEST << BABY WALKERS. 136
A cup of woe for nine-man Boldon. 252
A lesson in history. 103
A lineage of fighters - and gangsters didn't scare my grandad. 465
A spot of bother but Wallington still win it. 309
A1 dualling campaign petition. 172
Appeal launched to trace girl, 15. 157
APSPSPSPSPSPS's leading PSPSPSPSPSPS's for winner Dan; Junior Cricket. 381
Armed suspect in bid to rob PO. 199
At the birth of a New Town. 386
at the cinema. 1430
Bennett backing bid for N'Diaye. 259
BIRTHDAY MEMORIES. 129
Blaire hanging up his boots. 118
Burglary warning after break-ins. 105
Campaigners fighting to save facilities will hold rally in city centre. 126
Capitalists are running the UK. 270
Casting doubt on the booze price move; Legal experts question council's restriction. 467
Chance to meet with your councillor. 161
Charity has 320 places for runners. 151
CORRECTIONS & CLARIFICATIONS. Correction notice 149
Council to launch new guide to what's on. 157
Council's recycling charge meets widespread opposition. 496
COURT IN BRIEF. 571
Cup can kickstart Blyth's season. 263
DEATHS. 2345
Del Fava plays a game of PATIENCE. 447
Don't change boss - but boss must make changes. 164
Duchess gardens boss at tribunal. 171
Ex-stars at racism event for students; Council back campaign. 228
Firms are on move to PS5.2m building. 163
Flood upgrade scheme. 117
Former Greggs executive arrested; Home raided over abuse allegation. 366
Free stargazing night open to all. 129
Fundraisers honoured. 108
Geordie duo nominated in nationaltv; Ant and Dec hope to make it 12 times lucky at ceremony. 325
Haaf A Sixpence in tune for a win. 339
Historic park at the heart of community; Book reveals more than 125 years of memories. 429
Holders shocked by Hexham. 115
How do we go about adopting a child? MYFAMILY the we. 624
HUNDREADS OF YOUNGSTERS RUN UP CASH FOR Hospice. 149
I felt I'd been punished unfairly. 283
I hit him, his eyebrow popped like a peach; Robertson recalls explosive triumph over featherweight champion - the highlight of a short but impressive career. 1235
I once scored with a 'handball'. 281
IN MEMORIAM. Obituary 179
IN TODAY'S. 156
IT'S A FUNNY OLD WORLD. 380
Judge 'furious' at waste firm's delays to case; Refuse management company bosses criticised in court. 461
Keeper pays Ell of a tribute to Toon fans; Results will soon turn around, Rob promises the faithful. 613
Man murdered and flat set alight. 204
Mayfair tussle was the toughest. 238
Messi having a Ballon. 133
Music film charts demise of shops. 181
Nev: Team showed we want to lift the Cup. 244
New Aladdin panto is magic; Arabian nights come to the North East from tomorrow as a pantomime opens for a five-night run. Entertainment Editor GORDON BARR has the details. 364
Newbiggin kick off year in style. 191
O'Neill searching for a great deal of value for money as he looks to bolster depleted Cats squad. 564
Oarsome sports portrait at auction. 144
Opera preview. 204
Over 50s urged to join new groups. 174
Pair on bail over raid on house. 140
Plan of action on health is identified. 156
POEM OF THE DAY. 441
Predator who slipped through the sex offender net. 216
Radio 4 question time. 113
REUNITED. 232
Running the country well? 896
School's global expansion plan; 600 years of history educating children in our region. 393
Scott's hat-trick ensures it's a White bad day for Hill; Durham Alliance League. 224
Scout Catherine is focused on Canada; Different cultures and new friends await. 355
SEAN TAYLOR'S late leveller extended Amble [...]. 399
Second youth, 16, accused of murder. 192
Singing a song is a sign of helping. 205
Smith has grounds for hope over Town clash. 377
Snappers' success; Exhibition will showcase the region's talents. 454
Tait the star as Tynedale triumph. 239
Take part in hearing loss work. 179
Teacher takes top job after 20 years. 168
Tears for popular George as loved ones say farewell; 'Leave with memories and thankfulness that he lived ... he was one of life's good ones'. 515
This homecoming is a brilliant outcome; COMMENT. 210
Three face court for Christmas. murders; Two men and a boy accused of separate fatal stabbings. 348
TODAY 70s 1974 Alan [...]. 197
TODAY'S QUOTES". 103
TOMORROW'S TOP TIPS. 173
Toon need lit, but at the moment. I am afraid it's like trying to raise the Titanic. 450
TOON READY WITH A PLAN B. 431
Town are two good to remain at the bottom! It's A win for Shields. 328
TWEETS & POSTS. 505
Two more bailed over shooting near pub. 223
Two worlds collide in tragedy; In our series of notorious crimes on Tyneside, LISA HUTCHINSON delves into the background of vile sex killer Dominic McKilligan after murdering helpless Newcastle schoolboy Wesley Neailey. 1024
Tyneside actress in line for award; Upcoming star is shortlisted in Baftas. 363
Uncle Ron was the family's blue-eyed boy. 217
United may not take a Cab to face the Canaries; Midfielder Yohan in fitness battle. 353
veteran dealer called Big went back to crime; Man ran cocaine gang to help fugitive son. 1055
Volunteers could man five libraries; Council may hand their running over to the community. 434
Volunteers to help out with gospels. 120
What does the island want? 129
when he wakes up the first thing he does is mile at us; Youngster born with rare genetic disorder finally goes home aged 14 months. 535
Why colonies stick with us. 200
Wildlife snappers to enter contest. 177
Woman recovering after street attack. 167
You're smarter for 10; As Elvis impersonators gathered in their droves for the annual European Championships, RUTH LAWSON looks at why the original rocker is still as revered today as he was three decades ago. 532
YOUR MEMORIES. 226
YOUR TELL US; Late stars such as Elvis Presley are celebrated for their creative talents long after they're gone. We asked Tyneside folk how they would like to be remembered. 257

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