Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

A daily newspaper covering the news, politics, crime, sports, and business of the Newcastle and North East regions of England. Also features profiles of local newsmakers and celebrity news.

Articles from July 9, 2010

Acknowledgements
MOSS (Shotley Bridge). The family of the late Vivienne May Moss wish to express their sincere thanks to all relatives, friends and neighbours for the kindness and sympathy shown to them during their recent bereavement, also for the cards, letters of...
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Action from Start to Finish
FOUR weeks after a 1993 blitzkrieg on Baghdad, US Army warrant officer Roy Miller (Damon) and his team career through the war-torn capital on the hunt for weapons of mass destruction. Yet again, they draw a blank and Miller voices his frustrations,...
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Also Released
Gangster's Paradise: Jerusalema (15, 119 mins) While South Africa plays host to the World Cup, writer-director Ralph Ziman depicts a very different side to the proud nation in his brutal drama based on actual events, which was submitted as the country's...
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Also Released
THE CORAL - Butterfly House THIS Wirral collective have always had a range of styles at their disposal, among them the late 1960s or early 1970s-style psychedelic rock this fifth album focuses on. The 12 tracks here flow along with none of the abrupt...
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Anger as Avastin Is Rejected by Nice; NHS WILL NOT GIVE BREAST CANCER DRUG
Byline: HELEN RAE BREAST cancer drug Avastin will not be used by the NHS. Nice, the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence, said trial data did not show it could improve survival rates among patients. In draft recommendations the...
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A Roaring Success
Byline: LEE GIBSON THE French have long been major players in the MPV market, with Citroen and Renault regularly topping the sales charts across Europe. Now another Gallic giant is moving in as Peugeot seeks to grab some of the action with its own...
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A Value-for-Money Hit
Byline: MAXINE ASHFORD IT'S a fact - anyone in their right mind is keeping a watchful eye on their finances at the moment, and that's just where companies such as Proton come into play. For when it comes to value for money, few manufacturers...
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Bogie's Boys Are Pipped by Boro
Byline: JEFF BOWRON GATESHEAD boss Ian Bogie was delighted with his squad's performance in their first warm-up game yesterday as Championship hosts Middlesbrough wheeled out the big guns. A Cameron Park goal two minutes from time denied Gateshead...
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Boxster Gears Up for Success
Byline: EDWARD STEPHENS FOR many people the Boxster is the affordable Porsche - with a price tag of "only" pounds 35,510. But while it may be the cheapest model in the German car maker's range it lacks nothing when it comes to both quality and performance....
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Bring on the Best of Brass; CLASSY Brass, Fine Singing and Superb Music-Making Are Hallmarks of Two Summer Festivals, Reports RICHARD YATES
Byline: RICHARD YATES FAMED across the world for its brass music tradition, pioneered by the region's talented pit bands, Durham has also marked up considerable success in not only preserving that heritage but fostering and nurturing that music...
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Brit Duo Target One-Two Finish
LEWIS HAMILTON is determined to make the country proud this weekend as he chases British Grand Prix glory. Hamilton is eager to strengthen the narrow lead he holds over team-mate Jenson Button at the top of the championship, with the McLaren duo...
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Britons Are Ready to Fight It out for Euro Gold
EUROPEAN Championships hopeful Michael Bingham is predicting a Great Britain shoot-out for the 400m gold medal in Barcelona. The 24-year-old, who made the final of the World Championships in Berlin last year, will head for Catalonia later this month...
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Buffet House Restores Faith
JULY I HAVEN''T been a fan of all-youcan-eat buffets since an unpleasant experience at a restaurant a few years ago. The food was dreadful. Not only did the dishes look as if they had been left out in the open for hours, they were cold and unappetising....
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Buying Wisely Could Save You Thousands; STEVE HUGHES with the Best of the Week's Motoring News
Byline: STEVE HUGHES AS MILLIONS of motorists face continuously rising overheads they are being reminded that depreciation is the greatest single factor in the whole-life running cost of their car. They can save thousands of pounds during the...
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Cana Lured by a Euro Chance; Skipper Lorik in Shock Exit
Byline: JAMES HUNTER SUNDERLAND skipper Lorik Cana says the lure of Champions League football was behind his shock pounds 5m move to Turkish side Galatasaray. The midfielder has left Wearside after just one year in the Premier League, citing European...
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Car Has All That Jazz
Byline: ROBIN ROBERTS EVERY manufacturer tries to put a finger on it, the single element which above all others can virtually guarantee sales success for a car. Depending on their particular point of view and the type of car it is means that...
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CARROLL WILL DELIVER: KEV; Nolan Backs Young Gun to Be Top-Flight Success
Byline: LEE RYDER KEVIN NOLAN has backed Andy Carroll to deliver the goods in the Premier League. England Under-21 striker Carroll ended last season's triumphant Championship-winning campaign as top scorer with 19 goals, but now heads into the...
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Church Turns Up the Heat to Go Greener; FUNDS ARE NEEDED TO INSTALL ECO-FRIENDLY TECHNOLOGY
Byline: SONIA SHARMA A CHURCH has launched a fundraising appeal to help it go green. St Alban's Church, in Earsdon, North Tyneside, wants to become eco-friendly and lower its carbon emissions. Plans are being made to install air source heat...
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Clarke Is Back in the Swing
DARREN CLARKE'S golf career appears on the up again - and his personal life certainly is. The 40-year-old Northern Irishman, who resumed the Barclays Scottish Open at Loch Lomond today with a one-shot lead, will never be forgotten for his amazing...
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Cook Is Back in England Groove
OPENING batsman Alastair Cook is confident he will not require surgery unless there is any deterioration in his back problem after making his comeback for England Lions. Cook is optimistic he will be fit for the first Test against Pakistan in three...
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Coral Proud of Album Gem; THE Coral Release Their Sixth Album Butterfly House on Monday. They Are at the Sage Gateshead on July 19. ANDY WELCH Interviews the Band
Byline: ANDY WELCH THE Coral are standing outside the BBC's Broadcasting House in the centre of London. They've just completed a session for Clive Anderson's Radio 4 show Loose Ends, and up walks a man in his 50s with a camera and notepad asking...
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CX-7 Ticks All the Right Boxes
Byline: EDWARD STEPHENS IT'S not often that a manufacturer manages to make a four-wheel-drive vehicle look sporty - but Mazda has managed it with the CX-7. And the latest version of this spacious SUV/Crossover is even more dynamic in appearance...
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Deaths
ADAMS (Cramlington). Suddenly on 2nd July, aged 30 years, Sarah Jane, treasured and most precious daughter of Christine and Jim, adored sister of Victoria and Jamie and so very dearly loved by all her family and friends. Funeral Service to be held...
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Desperate Transplant Race for Brave Mum; FORMER FACTORY WORKER ON OXYGEN 24 HOURS A DAY
Byline: HELEN RAE IT'S a race against time for brave Anne Phillips. Without a lung transplant the mum-of-five faces a grim future and will not live to see her children and grandchildren grow up. Nine years ago the 50-year-old was diagnosed...
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Diamonds Maul Stunned Tigers; Lemon and Co Provide an Unexpected Twist
Byline: BARRY WALLACE PICTURES: STEVE BROCK AMAZING Aussie Mark Lemon rattled up another 15-point maximum last night as Newcastle pulled off their best result at Sheffield in many years. And he was joined by three others in double figures as...
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Don't Panic, Says Hallam; Dukes North East Premier League
Byline: STEVE BROWN DON'T panic was the order of the day as Tynemouth propped up the table, but after their first win of the season last week, captain Graham Hallam believes his side can go from strength to strength. The Preston Avenue outfit...
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Durham Should Eye County Title; Colly Predicts Title Joy after T20 Disaster
Byline: NEIL FARRINGTON THEY may not have Twenty20 vision, but Durham should still have eyes for the County Championship title - according to Paul Collingwood. Durham arrive at Worcester tonight already all but condemned to a brief stay in this...
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Even More Impressive
Byline: MIKE TORPEY GIVE the people what they ask for, in a stylish package, at a price they can afford and, hopefully, you are onto a winner. That's a philosophy Nissan has stuck by for years, and the Japanese company has never been afraid to make...
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Felling Chance Their Arm in Silverware Bid; Warmseal Durham Senior League
FELLING stand on the brink of club history as they begin three consecutive days of high-level action with an Armbrister Trophy final appearance tonight. The club's previous best season was in 1997 when they won the league title and the Armbrister,...
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Flat for Sale at a Grand Price; BIDDERS CHANCE TO NET A BARGAIN AT PROPERTY AUCTION
bargain if this flat fails impress. That's because the property, South Gosforth, Newcastle, been put up for auction with unusually low reserve price of just pounds 1,000. Buyers of other properties on same street of Sandringham Road usually need...
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Focus Is a Real Belter
Byline: MIKE TORPEY THE chance to follow motorsport greats like Sir Stirling Moss, Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton - give or take a second or two, is a rare opportunity you just don't turn down. The offer came courtesy of motor company Ford,...
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Fraudsters Locked Up; Scam Netted Pounds 500k
Byline: DAN WARBURTON FRAUDSTERS hatched a five-year digital jukebox scam and stole more than pounds 500,000 in royalties from the music industry. Malcolm Wylie and his son Peter set-up a string of companies selling music systems to pubs and clubs...
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'Free after 5pm' Car Park Plans the Recession. the Aim Is to Provide Free Parking after and Regulation, Said: PROPOSALS FOR CITY-CENTRE COUNCIL-CONTROLLED MULTI-STOREYS
Byline: AMY HUNT CITY-CENTRE car parks could be made free to drivers after 5pm in a bid to boost shopping trade. Council chiefs would like to axe evening and overnight charges in all council-controlled multi-storey car parks. But it is thought...
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Getting Used to the Fame Game
THERE can't be many actresses who are as unassuming as Kristen Stewart. She may be a household name, thanks to her portrayal of Bella Swan - a girl whose affections are being fought over by a vampire and werewolf in the Twilight franchise - but Kristen...
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Greene for Go, Declares Jackson
BERSHAWN JACKSON sang the praises of fast improving Briton Dai Greene after last night's IAAF Diamond League meeting in Lausanne. Greene, not surprisingly, failed to match the pace and technique of the newly crowned US champion and the other world-class...
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Have a Crack at Fab Sequel
Crackdown 2 Platform: Xbox 360. Price: pounds 49.99 CRACKDOWN 2 claims to be the 'ultimate openended world action experience'. A strong statement in the company of GTA IV and Red Dead Redemption, but it's fair to say that this sequel certainly doesn't...
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Historic Landmark Hit by Arson Attack; Appeal to Vandals after Blaze
Byline: LINDA RICHARDS AN appeal has gone out to vandals to leave a historic landmark alone. A second serious fire has ravaged part of Dunston Staiths, in Gateshead, a scheduled historic monument. The 1,709ft long wooden structure, where the...
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Holiday Firm's Flights of Fancy; LOW COST AIRLINE LAUNCHES FLIGHTS TO FIVE NEW DESTINATIONS: CREATING AN EXTRA 150,000 SEATS FOR FUTURE HOLIDAYMAKERS
Byline: ADAM JUPP LOW-COST airline Jet2 today announced flights to five new spots from Tyneside. Jet2.com will fly to Toulouse, in France, for the first time, and is bringing back services to Krakow, Poland, and Prague, in the Czech Republic to...
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Hotel Is Refused License; Petition Is Lodged over Noise Concerns
Byline: AMY HUNT COMPLAINTS that a hotel wanted to "become a pub" have seen it refused a later license. A petition of 27 names, along with 19 separate objections, was lodged against plans by the former Swallow Hotel, on Jesmond Road, Newcastle,...
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Howard: I Won't Duck Big Decisions
HOWARD WEBB has been praised after being given the honour of refereeing the World Cup final. Webb achieved a lifetime's dream after being named as the first English referee of a World Cup final for 36 years. The 38-year-old from Rotherham will...
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How the Story Has Unfolded
AS the manhunt for fugitive Raoul Moat entered its seventh day, Northumbria Police said the search of the countryside around Rothbury where he is believed to be hiding would take time. Here is how events have unfolded: Thursday, July 1: Moat, 37,...
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Iconic? Car Park's Just an Eyesore
Byline: TONY HORNE AND now for something completely different... In other news, the Get Carter car park is coming down. Wait a minute, that''s news? Apparently, so. Did I not write these words in this paper on May 1, 2008? Get that car...
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In Memoriam
LEYBOURNE (Fenham). Bob (Dad). One year on, still loved, still missed and remembered. With love Claire, Barry, grandkids Lauren, Chloe, Carl and Beth. POLLOCK (Shiremoor). Loving memories of Graeme, died 9th July 2001. No matter how life changes,...
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It's Been Quite an Education!
Byline: NICK PUREWAL DEPARTING education officer Ian Smith has backed Newcastle Falcons to continue helping the Kingston Park squad enrich their rugby experience - so improving on-pitch performance. Former Academy coach Smith - who helped set...
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I Will Give It All to Start Season; Toon Train in Ireland While PICTURE SPECIAL:: Defender Determined to Book His Place in Team
Byline: LEE RYDER NEWCASTLE United defender Mike Williamson is ready to work hard and then play hard as he looks ahead to his eagerlyawaited crack at life as a Premier League player. Williamson yesterday headed over the Irish Sea to Carton House...
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Jailed for Powering Drugs Farm; Electrician Is Given Two Years
Byline: GARRY WILLEY A CANNABIS farm electrician has been jailed for two years for setting up a sophisticated system to make the plants grow. Nghia Vo was used by gangs for his expertise with wires and cables. He helped set up a cannabis farm...
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Jess Happy to Regain Balance; Ennis Gets Back on an Even Keel
Byline: STUART RAYNER JESSICA ENNIS is fit and raring to go when the Diamond League comes to Gateshead tomorrow, but the 24-year-old has told her fans not to expect to see her on the podium. Ennis has been laid low with a virus recently which...
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Locals Have a Say on Eyesore; ROAD TO THE FUTURE
Byline: NEIL MCKAY IF THE cathedral is the jewel in Durham's crown then - to mix metaphors - North Road is the runt of the litter. For decades one of the main gateways into the heart of the city has been considered a blot on the landscape. ...
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Making a Mini Splash
Byline: ENDA MULLEN CAR classifications can be confusing these days with an ever-increasing number of acronyms to fox buyers. Take MPV (multi-purpose vehicle), a commonly accepted acronym that replaced the ever-so-easily understood term "people...
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Megane Goes Topless
Byline: CHRIS RUSSON AFREE-revving little engine is going to serve up some summer fun in one of two cabriolets Renault is about to release. The convertible version of the Renault Megane goes on sale this month with a typical flourish of French...
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Metro Hit by Graffiti Vandals; STATION SPRAYED WITH TAGS
Byline: TOM MULLEN GRAFFITI pests are being hunted after they covered a Metro station in ugly scrawls. Huge murals have been sprayed at Manors Metro station, just outside Newcastle city centre. The pests crossed the tracks to paint scribbles...
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MP Will Continue to Fight for Group
AN MP whose family has been blighted by Muscular Dystrophy is continuing to battle for better treatment for people with the muscle disease. MPs and peers have asked Blaydon MP Dave Anderson to continue leading the All Party Parliamentary Group for...
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Non-Fiction
Bicycle: Love Your Bike The Complete Guide To Everyday Cycling by Helen Pidd is published in paperback by Penguin, priced pounds 14.99. Available now. If you are fed up of getting stuck in traffic jams on the daily commute, or would like to see more...
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Now They All Want a Piece of the Rock; Speculation Is Growing That City of London Bankers May Bid for Northern Rock. Political Editor WILLIAM GREEN Takes a Look at Who the Main Contenders Could Be
Byline: WILLIAM GREEN NORTHERN Rock has been through a tough few years. It nearly collapsed at the height of the credit crunch and had to nationalised by the Government. Hundreds of jobs have been lost as part of a major restructuring of the...
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Owen Injury Setback Raises Doubts over Future
MANCHESTER United midfielder Owen Hargreaves' long-term future is again unclear after he suffered another injury setback. Hargreaves, who has been hampered by a series of knee problems, will miss the start of the season. The midfielder made only...
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Pine Tips Hat to Sax Maestro; ALAN NICHOL Has the Latest News on the Roots Music Scene
Byline: ALAN NICHOL THIS week we take a journey through some sites of special musical interest. It's a fairly comprehensive all-points tour across the musical map with ports of call at the mouth of the mighty Mississippi, up through the USA,...
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Playing with the Best Is Fab for Xab
FORMER Liverpool star Xabi Alonso regards himself as a lucky man in having the chance to play alongside a team full of stars with Spain. Alonso will line-up with brilliant Barcelona duo Xavi and Andres Iniesta on Sunday, when his country look to...
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Pounds 199 Play's the Thing at End of the Day; MORE and More of Today's Toys Are Entering the Technological Age, a World Away from Those Our Grandparents Played with. ZOY BURN Spent an Afternoon at a Toy Swap to See How Toys Can Bridge the Generation Gap
Byline: ZOY BURN FENCING FAVOURITES DECKING SUPERLAPS TRELLIS Supplied from only BRANDISHING a cup which has a ball tied to it with string, Daniel Hall is determined he won't be beaten. "I'll get this in ... I'll stand here all day if I have...
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Pounds 3.5m Homes Joy; 34 NEW HOUSES BUILT, BUT COUNCIL MISSES ITS TARGET
Byline: AMY HUNT FAMILIES are celebrating seeing new houses built in Newcastle's West End. A total of 34 two, three and fourbedroom homes have been built at Angel View, Atherton Drive, Benwell. It was part of a pounds 3.5m scheme by housing...
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Pub Quiz Uncovered
IT IS many years since Woz and Co visited this tavern and little had changed. The place was crammed full, the audience expectant and Peter delivered Pub: The Brockwell Seam, Cramlington, Northumberland. Question master:Peter. Day and time of quiz:...
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Pupils Get a Spark on the Racetrack; Schools Take Part in Green Event
Byline: KATIE DAVIES HUNDREDS of schoolchildren hit the track to race electric cars. Pupils competed against the rest of the region as part of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers' (IMechE) Greenpower event. The students, from George Stephenson...
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Reader's Poems
IT'S TIME THE clock on the wall, Seems to rule us all, From the rise of sun, Until long day is done. Summer days are slowly past, Colourful skies for night at last, Night-time, day-time just the same, We cannot save time, only the name. Time of seasons...
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Return Fails to Capture Attention
Predators (15, 106 mins) Sci-Fi. Adrien Brody, Alice Braga, Topher Grace, Walton Goggins, Oleg Taktarov, Mahershalalhashbaz Ali, Louis Ozawa Changchien, Danny Trejo, Laurence Fishburne. Director: Nimrod Antal. Contains swearing and violence. BASED...
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Roxanne Shrugs off Agony for Toon; FORMER Soap Star Roxanne Pallett Tells Entertainment Editor GORDON BARR Why She Will Need All Her Courage When She Steps on Stage at the Theatre Royal Next Week
Byline: GORDON BARR IT will be something of an emotional return when ex-Emmerdale actress Roxanne Pallett takes to the Newcastle stage next week. She's back at the Theatre Royal with the musical Rock Around The Clock - the same venue where she...
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Royal Appointment; Cadets' Big Day
Byline: SARA NICHOL CADETS from around the North East came face-to-face with Royalty at a prestigious event to mark a milestone anniversary. Prince Charles joined thousands of cadets and volunteers from across the region and the rest of the UK...
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Russians Sent Home in Spy Swap Deal; TEN AGENTS DEPORTED AFTER PLEADING GUILTY IN THE US
TEN Russian agents who infiltrated suburban America and acted as spies were on a plane to Moscow today. The spies left New York for Moscow hours after pleading guilty to conspiracy in a Manhattan court and being sentenced to time served and deported,...
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Six of the Best
INVITING friends over for a barbecue in your back garden is a perfect way to enjoy the summer - while it lasts. If hot coals don't float your boat, you could drive out into the countryside for a lazy picnic - just pull up beside a green space with...
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Stories That Will Make You Laugh and Cry
Twenty-One Locks by Laura Barton is published in paperback by Quercus Publishing, priced pounds 12.99. Available now. In the grey and gloomy streets of a North West town, Jeannie works in a huge department store as, probably, the world's least glamorous...
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Strauss Is Facing Selection Dilemma
BANGLADESH captain Mashrafe Mortaza was today sifting through the debris of a six-wicket defeat at Trent Bridge as well as injuries to two key players, but for Andrew Strauss things are looking much rosier. Mortaza must deal with the absence of...
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Tantrums and Tears among the Vampires
THE tug of war for the affections of Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart) reaches a crucial juncture in the latest film based on Stephenie Meyer's best-selling teen romances. In the same way that the film version of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban...
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The Best Way to Get in the Swing; GOLF TIPS
Byline: STEVE MCNALLY WE have covered the set-up fundamentals and many aspects of the short game in weeks gone by. It is time now to look at the full swing motion, and today's segment covers the very first move. The takeaway is the initial...
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Thermal Image Cameras Seek out Body Heat
POLICE are continuing to use thermal imaging equipment in the hunt for gunman Raoul Moat. Officers said they were using a variety of tactics to try and find the 37-year-old, as the search for him entered its seventh day. They are using extremely...
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Top Ten Tips for Protecting the Value of Your Vehicle
1. Maintain and service your new car regularly, ideally with the supplying franchised dealer. A fully stamped service book will typically add several hundred pounds to a car's value at three to five years old. 2. Don't buy a low- or basespec model...
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Top Trust School to Face Cuts; LIST ERROR SLAMMED AS 'SHAMBOLIC'
Byline: NICOLA JUNCAR A NORTH East school has been caught up in the row over the Government's controversial plans to scrap cash for buildings. Monkseaton High School in North Tyneside was included on a Government list of schools which will not...
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Uncovered: Moat's Hideaway
Byline: SOPHIE DOUGHTY THIS is the lair where Britain's Most Wanted Raoul Moat hid away. Surrounded by trees, the gunman skulked in a makeshift campsite as hundreds of armed police scoured the countryside for him. Moat has been on the run...
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Victim's Family: They Should've Been Warned
Byline: SOPHIE DOUGHTY THE angry parents of the man killed by gunman Raoul Moat hit out at police for failing to warn their son and his new girlfriend that they were in danger. The parents of Chris Brown, 29, said his life could be have been saved...
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Warkworth Could Strengthen Lead; SG Wealth Management Northumberland League
Byline: NICK PUREWAL WARKWORTH might just be able to build an unassailable Premier Division lead tomorrow, believes rivals Alnmouth's skipper. Captain Andrew Hodgson takes his Alnmouth team to local adversaries Warkworth tomorrow, and he admits...
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We Don't Fear Spanish, Insists Bert
HOLLAND boss Bert van Marwijk admits Spain play a more attractive brand of football than his team - but insists the Dutch do not fear them. The two European countries will both be bidding for their first World Cup success when they meet in the final...
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We'll Help You to Buy Headstones; READERS COME FORWARD AFTER APPEAL BY COUPLE WHO LOST
Byline: KATIE DAVIES KIND readers and friends of a family who lost both their daughters have been pulling out the stops to raise money for a headstone. At just seven-hours-old, Jessica Graham lost her fight for life. Mum Sarah and her husband...
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We're Good Sports; Children's Festival of Activities
Byline: KATIE DAVIES HUNDREDS of children displayed their athletic skills in a spectacular festival of sport. More than 900 youngsters from North Tyneside excelled themselves in a variety of activities as part of the event, organised by North...
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Wigmore Will Be Hall over the Cup
WIGMORE Hall has the look of a potential good thing in the John Smith's Cup at York tomorrow. Michael Bell's three-year-old has been in good spirits all season, yet still gets into this prestigious handicap off a tantalising mark. The son of High...
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Your Stars WITH CLAIRE PETULENGRO
Byline: CLAIRE PETULENGRO THE planet Mars brings stimulation and excitement your way and meetings around this time should prove stimulating and successful and are sure to do much to boost your ego. CALL MY ARIES LINE TO HEAR MORE 0904 470 0721...
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