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Flying fears.

Fears about bird strikes at Newcastle Airport will be examined at a public inquiry starting tomorrow.

Dr Roy Armstrong, a member of the UK bird strike committee, will give evidence into a planning wrangle surrounding a lake dug by a North East business tycoon next to his mansion.

Dr Armstrong will represent Allan Rankin, the founder of bar chain Ultimate Leisure.

The hearing is about the construction of the lake by Mr Rankin and that it will attract wildlife to his Ponteland home.
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Publication:Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)
Date:Nov 23, 2005
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