- Liverpool sink their teeth into Pardew. Bob Cass // Mail on Sunday;4/28/2013, p4
- EXTRA SPECIAL. SAM CUNNINGHAM // Daily Mail;10/31/2013, p88
- The pirate. Springer, Jeff // Boys' Life;Sep92, Vol. 82 Issue 9, p57
Gives directions for making a pirate neckerchief slide. Materials needed; How to color the pirate.
- KNIGHTS. Walshaw, Nick // Rugby League Week;10/6/2004, Issue 32, p32
This article reports that when one talks about great Newcastle Knights wins, it's impossible to go past their thrilling extra-time triumph against Brisbane Broncos in round 10â€” when the kid wearing the hallowed No. 7 jersey, Kurt Gidley, drop-kicked his team to victory. It is also...
- Shiver Me TIMBERS! // Scholastic Scope;10/30/2000, Vol. 49 Issue 5, p13
Presents an identification test on pirates. Use of biography in giving clues to the quiz; Directions for answering the given exercise; Selection of the two imaginary pirates in the items.
- Maddening and motivating independent films. // Yes!;Summer2007, Issue 42, p61
The article reviews two documentary films "Pirate Radio," directed by Jeff Pearson and "Ground Truth."
- MOUNTAIN MANIA. Logue, Matt // Rugby League Week;10/4/2006, p61
The article focuses on the remarkable triumph of the rugby football team Penrith Panthers over Newcastle Knights. The match between the two pioneer teams was held at Telstra Stadium. Liam Campbell of the winning team said that the winning moment was exhilarating and amazing. The triumph was also...
- Investigation of the failure of the Newcastle Workers Club. Melchers, R. E. // Australian Journal of Structural Engineering;2011, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p163
The collapse of the Newcastle Workers Club during the Newcastle Earthquake in late 1989 was the subject of a Coronial Inquest, but no fi rm conclusions were reached. This paper describes an independent investigation of the reason(s) for the collapse. It outlines the investigation process, the...
- DEATHMATCHES. // Mail on Sunday;5/ 6/2012, p96
DEATHMATCHES MANCHESTER'S AT WAR AS CITY HEAD TO NEWCASTLE AND UNITED FACE SWANSEA AS BOTH EYE UP PREMIER LEAGUE TRIUMPH See TheTITLE, Pages S6-7
- It's family, Arsenal and break, says Mo. Mick Collins // Mail on Sunday;9/16/2012, p20
A CROWD of 20,000 on Newcastle's quayside offered a rapturous reception to Mo Farah and Greg Rutherford, but both admitted that competing in the wake of their Olympic triumphs was harder than they had ever imagined.