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  • The high unemployment areas are a histroical legacy of a different economic past glasgow, liverpool, tyneside, manchester surrounds .... the last 50 years of social /

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  • There is a decent plan to convert ailing tyneside shipyards into construction centres for giant wind turbines, but every party is behind that and we're hardly in on the ground floor here.

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  • the tall ships race are brilliant it will be the first time my kids have seen a reel sailing ship well done north tyneside . at least it will hide that ugly thing for a while the slug whoops i mean the sage sorry gateshead but it is ugly.

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  • my family and i enjoyed the tall ships race back in 1986 we loved it the newcastle quay side should be shown off with more events north tyneside council have something to be proud so why not hold other large events liverpool does why cant we

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  • my family and i enjoed the tall ships race back in 1986 we loved it the newcastle quay side should be shown off with more events north tyneside council have something to be proud of why not hold other large events liverpool does why cant we .

    Newcastle Tall Ships Race 2005

  • Sorry, but appointing Guss Hiddink is the only realistic option there, would love to see this guy on tyneside, but as i said on a previous post he's been offered jobs at big clubs before and turned them down, he seems to relish the challenge of bringing out the best in small national sides. but, if he wants the biggest challenge of his life, we'd be it that's for sure. funny though ed, how your so anti MA, and the whole board and want him out, but … if he brings in Hiddink well .. no worries then.

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  • (n): a conurbation in northern England that is home to ca. 80% of the population of county Tyne and Wear. It includes the towns of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, the Metropolitan Borough of Gateshead, Hebburn, Jarrow, North Shields, and South Shields. All of these cities are on the banks of the River Tyne.

    *One of my favorite words, "scraffle", is from the North East Dialect spoken in Tyneside and the Great Coalfield region.

    January 1, 2009