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Articles from Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England) (June 14, 2011)

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'Funds will create and safeguard hundreds of jobs'. 628
'We want to thrive - not just survive' Regeneration projects have been at work to revamp and revitalise Teesside in the past 10 years. Today JOANNE WELFORD shines the spotlight on Redcar and Cleveland for a look back - and forward - at the borough's progress. 970
10 YEARS FOR CHILD RAPIST; Girl abused from age of nine. 360
7 Days Your guide to the main business events from last week and what's coming up next week. 125
A crisis in the system; Your say. 257
A decade of pride in our home. 147
A decade of Tees Pride for Redcar. 516
A lesson for life. 288
ADDICT STOLE CASH FROM WOMAN, 81; Victim lost pounds 440 savings for seaside trip. 437
AMONG the cases dealt with [..]. 778
Asher out in front again. 295
Better than average, but recovery slows. 363
BOOKIES BACK MOGGA; Boro in the mix to win a place in the play-offs. 353
Brody's not going to let his illness stop him having fun! 405
Brulines on way back. 258
Burglar 'didn't want to raid home'. 267
Cash squeeze puts bite on spending. 456
Casting off myths of diabetes; WE'VE all heard stark warnings of how poor diet and lifestyle choices can lead to diabetes. But, asks MARIE TURBILL, how much do you really know about the condition? In this, Diabetes Week, diabetes specialist nurse, Mary Bilous, dispels some of the myths. 224
Change your life with a new career. 565
Claire petulegro. 667
Could Jose fly nest..? 329
Croft gears up for touring car action. 475
DEATHS. 1900
Developing a passion for Teesside potential; Jez Davison meets the Mancunian property specialist who fell in love with Teesside. 819
Dismissed head's view; Your say. 143
DON'T THINK TWICE; O'Brien import looks like a banker Racing preview. 741
DON'T THINK TWICE; O'Brien import looks like a banker Racing preview. 570
Draw down a comfortable retirement; MY VIEW Nigel Bourke, managing director of Stockton-based Mercury Wealth Management, explains why a new pensions benefit may not be as flexible as you think. 407
Dynamos bid to fire up season. 351
Equality for all - but will it stay? Should the internet remain neutral or should ISPs be allowed to manage traffic for profit? NEIL STEPHENSON, chief executive of Stockton-based data security company Onyx Group discusses the burning issue of net neutrality. 752
Good service is the key to Mike's success; A Yorkshireman with a Greek upbringing is making his mark on Teesside's high-tech industry. JEZ DAVISON reports. 682
Guilty plea for tipping rubbish. 314
Hang on...that's the bloke off Grand Designs; ...and TV's Dr Jonathan! 346
Hat's way to celebrate 90 years... 251
Home improvers. 250
How to keep Teesside's Teesside's lights burning brightly; Taxing industry for energy usage is not the right way forward, says Dr Stan Higgins CEO of the NEPIC cluster group. 899
I WOULD like to thank [...]. 208
IN LINE FOR BRAVERY HONOUR; Detective praised after disarming a gunman. 481
IN MEMORIAM. Obituary 398
Interior passion that's open to all; A tough property market means many of us are opting to improve rather than move right now. And on the home front, increasing numbers want to bring new trends to their property. JOANNE WELFORD and KAREN McLAUCHLAN met two firms with their fingers on the pulse of interior style. 323
Keep it up Lewis; Formula One. 177
Ladies dressed for success at Redcar. 410
Looking Back. 183
Mac puts the case for Forest defence. 622
Man is killed in van horror. 157
Michael loved cycling...please help us find out what happened. 301
MORE TASERS, FEWER GUNS; Armed police operations fall. 259
My dad's car is still motoring 75 years on. 599
My joined up thinking in Legoland. 469
NECC ANNUAL DINNER: Tees Chamber of Commerce at Town Hall. 157
New eco village brings new jobs. 293
No jail for provoked attack. 317
Online views. 338
Our say. Editorial 195
Park hosts fun day for all the family. 243
PAYMENTS CRITICISED; Superhead under fire. 534
Payout for a gran left close to death after being crushed by van. 828
Pickoftheday. 203
POLICE PROBE CARE HOME CLAIMS; One worker sacked, another suspended from dementia unit Police launch investigation at home. 503
Praise is given to town. 138
Pubs with no cheer; Your say. 202
Reader Offer. 133
Recruitment growth leads to a move. 216
Redcar companies show their mettle; Nick Johnson (left) of UKSE with Hardy Johnson of Turtle Interiors. 733
Redcar's in the running. 258
Riordan interest denied. 259
ROBBERY PAIR SENT TO jAIL; Woman attacked for cash. 326
Rodwell aims to make mark; Football. 400
Rural communities feel the digital divide. 542
Sign up for the 10k. 190
Southern's new lifeline. 172
Sparkling Perry shows fizz. 337
Staff step out to make difference. 315
Steve McClaren - the story so far. 392
Stolen goods handler given chance by judge. 200
Street collapse: Woman held. 124
Support offered in new work bonzana. 299
TAKEAWAY DUO GIVEN pounds 3K FINE; Mouse infestation at kebab shop. 362
Ten years of change. 357
THE following concerns have been [..]. 133
The real deal? Will the Green Deal be the real deal that will create jobs and improve the carbon footprint? JEZ DAVISON asks the question. 817
The Tees beat boys. 460
The world owes a lot to one Teesside town. 513
Time to sign up for gala. 195
TIME TO STEP IT UP; Murray to raise stakes at Wimbledon. 612
Today. 125
Town takes to the catwalk for fashion fantastic. 871
Ups and downs of Mac's reign at the Riverside Stadium. 1310
Volunteers go back to school. 468
Want to go on the run? Your say. 253
Warning to skater youths. 123
WELCOME; A chance to speak your mind. 156
Will cuts hit the poorest hardest? 640
Work's finished on new campus. 270
You too can foster... and achieve qualifications. 378
Your views. 212
Zoee's on the crest of a wave. 264

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