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Articles from Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England) (October 12, 2009)

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Title Author Type Words
... and some green shoots. 367
10k plans are racing ahead for next year; Tees Pride 10k & Regeneration. 346
A driving force for low carbon vehicles. 463
A hole lot of fun to be had - but it's a long way round. 1260
A mad half a minute in shop; Court told of chaos as angry dad 'lost it'. 412
A passion for success; Staff celebrate achievements. 412
Accentuate chemical positives; Your Say. 227
All eyes on asset sales; WORLDTODAY. 115
Aussie ace eyes world No 1 slot; SNOOKER. 295
Bank's charity begins at home; Co-operative Bank Commercial Feature in association with. 366
Beware of the minnows - Guthrie. 403
BORO STEP IT UP; Second-half surge sees off the visitors: LOCAL RUGBY. 505
Borough sees golden blooms. 257
Challenge of a lifetime. 374
Claire Petulengro. 676
Co-op consolidates; Inbrief. 85
Company's goal is growth. 811
Council links up with British Cycling over velodrome vision. 325
Council welcomes new Corus orders. 290
DEATHS. 1678
Democracy in action; INBRIEF. 82
Family fury at hit and run. 263
Fight flu with seasonal jab; INBRIEF. 89
FIT AND READY; We're in peak condition, says coach. 529
FOR OUR HEROES; Service honours Spanish War soldiers. 290
Funky fun for senses; 137
Heed five profit warnings; 437
Helping hands; Year of the Volunteer. 533
HERE TO SERVE; Now charity needs help for future. 385
High hopes... and it's going to plan so far. 1497
Holders in no mood to give up cup; WEARSIDE LEAGUE. 239
HOSPITAL FEARS; Worries over parking and transport plans. 429
I worked at being 102! 310
IN MEMORIAM. Obituary 175
IN MEMORIAM. Obituary 278
Irish ace sends out warning to Reds. 415
It's breakfast with Wayne. 163
Kids to shine at big switch-on; INBRIEF. 103
Laura gets in the saddle to help out. 312
Lawyers are lovely - really! Endeavour Partnership Commercial Feature in association with. 483
Learn and lead as port launches foundation degree with university. 467
Lifeboat bravery is profiled in exhibition. 637
Man jailed after attacks on woman. 248
Middlehaven points the way for the region. 682
Mission accomplished. 185
Moon can keep shining; RACING PREVIEW. 361
Moon can shine after Royal Ascot woe. 514
Moving up the list; Inbrief. 130
MPs won't put up with unfairness - Sir Stuart. 394
Mystery of star's death. 457
National praise for innovative Bohouse scheme. 445
Nature's way; Pupils hit the trail to autumn wonders... 870
Noel's agony on Quakers debut. 437
OFFICERS HURT; Police car hits garden wall after smash. 376
Our say. Editorial 343
Our working lunch; Inbrief. 109
Parking charges are now in force. 225
Pedalling to Paris was nothing compared with the ordeal Jason survived; Soldier boyfriend caught in blast just days before Lauren's big challenge. 406
Petroplus jobs fears; Swiss owners cool over offers for plant. 620
Pick of the day. 207
Poll says profits slip; Inbrief. 129
Post strike dates; 272
Protest hits Parliament; WORLDTODAY. 80
Proving his point; Your Say. 147
Rebecca's two bites at cherry. 242
Redcar blast furnace celebrates 30 years. 1085
Resigned to problem; Your Say. 519
Rhyme time for young readers. 412
Ruby cleans up her skills. 710
Saltburn Cliff Lift celebrates a record year. 249
Sean in form for the Irish. 249
Shipping. 127
Shocked Walsh pulls out of show. 119
Skills at the heart of region's future; Year of the Volunteer. 255
Software company rides the recession in innovation centre. 649
Spillage closes road; INBRIEF. 82
Splice the mainbrace for Tall Ships; 382
St Cuthbert's Church in Billingham... Then and now. 224
Stockton really will sparkle. 165
SURF'S UP; Competitors hit beach with kites. 506
Sweeney upbeat despite stalemate. 406
Tall Ships buoyed by business event. 472
Tears as man,22 cleared of rape. 499
Teen is sent down after weapons found in car. 293
Teesside is University Of The Year finalist. 754
Teesside League; INBRIEF. 115
The aim is for excellence. 641
The town centre is maintaining momentum. 493
Thousands tuck in for Town Meal. 338
Town's regeneration goes on. 363
TURBINES UNITED VILLAGES; Residents fight on. 431
Volunteering gives Jim a focus after redundancy; Throughout 2009, Tees Pride is looking to turn the spotlight on individuals making a real difference to the place where we live with the Year of the Volunteer initiative. JOANNE WELFORD found out more about volunteering in Middlesbrough - and met some inspirational individuals lending a helping hand to the local community. 645
Walk the Great Wall for charity. 82
WE NEED TO CHANGE; Exclusive: Industry leaders respond to Gazette call and order review of Tees Wilton complex: UNDER REVIEW. 843
We're sad it had to end this way; Street-terror rottweiler is destroyed. 509
Why work past sixty? Your Say. 192
Your Views; Now Anton Du Beke has apologised for a racist outburst on Strictly Come Dancing, is it time to forgive and forget? 137

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