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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (May 21, 2008)

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'CPI could climb as high as 4% by end of year' in association with RBS. 622
'We can prosper without the Rock'. 510
2 DAY IN 2 MINUTES: home and abroad. 405
2 DAY IN 2 MINUTES: regional news. 215
2 DAY IN 2 MINUTES: sport. 212
A time to keep calm. 121
Abortion fight not over - campaigners; MPs reject bid to reduce the cut-off point. 532
Abortion time-limit to stay at 24 weeks; MPs vote to reject fertility law shake-up. 632
Air rage drunk sent to prison; Man abused cabin crew and passengers. 371
Appeal for calm after girl's death; Local backlash after police car kills teenager. 704
AWARD IS A SLAM DUNK FOR BASKETBALL STAR INVITED TO MEET THE PRIME MINISTER. 155
Bank said you don't meet our criteria. 255
BANK TO INVEST IN POTENTIAL OLYMPIANS. 181
Bates handed difficult task; New boss asked to lead Falcons into Heineken Cup. 786
Best to minimise the impact of rent reviews; Commercial Property Anyone with commercial property interests should be aware of the impact of the rates revaluation due in two years' time, says Peter Monckton-Milnes. 405
BIRD FAMILY'S LABOUR OF LOVE BRINGS WORK TO A HALT AT KIELDER. 344
Bonus payouts slashed at M&S despite bumper pounds 1bn profits; in association with RBS. 397
Bosses criticise agency staff rights; in association with RBS. 154
Breeders told to pursue a policy of wait and see. 503
Campaigners for village green face July inquiry; Idea is tactic to sink the Duke's store. 391
Changing times for local government; North East Chamber of Commerce in association withRBS. 382
Coach hails Vaughan's contribution. 321
culture: Theatre closes its doors after just eight months; The curtain has fallen abruptly on a new theatre. 805
culture: Why it is all right to wear white for artist Mariko. 430
DALAI LAMA AVOIDS CONTROVERSY ON BRITISH VISIT. 234
Difficult decisions being made in boardroom; How has the empty property rate legislation affected the industrial market? Richard Farr examines the evidence. Commercial Property. 499
Diversified economy is region's strength; in association with RBS. 446
Empty seat as friends sit exam. 164
Engineer drove at 118mph; Concentration 'slip' blamed for speeding. 344
Export support at click of a mouse; North East Chamber of Commerce in association withRBS. 202
Families feel the pinch; Big rise in county court judgments. 312
FASHION STUDENTS' WORK GOES IN THE SHOP WINDOW - LITERALLY. 283
Football chief's business misled its customers. 255
FOOTBALL SHORTS: Foreign limits illegal - Platini; QUOTAS PLAN. 92
Football: Family, faith and football defined Burns. 371
Football: Luke Who's Talking; FOOTBALL SHORTS. 102
Football: Shaka in line for pounds 125,00o pay-out; FOOTBALL SHORTS TRINIDAD & TOBAGO. 153
Football: The nine-year itch motivates Sir Alex; Ferguson looks to fill the void. 1640
Football: Threat to ranking; FOOTBALL SHORTS ENGLAND. 86
Football: Wenger won't change ethos; Gunners will persevere with trademark fluency. 603
Girl found hanged was being bullied; Taunts about hair colour caused teenager despair. 478
GOLF: FALDO BACKS SCOT TO ARREST FORM SLUMP; HANDS ON THE PRIZE Nick Faldo, posing with the trophy yesterday, believes Colin Montgomerie can still make his Ryder Cup side. 281
Good results boost for Romag; Stocks and shares. 239
Homes could be built next to Victorian park. 214
Hospital website will cure any fears. Website overview 163
If you had the power to get rid of one rule that significantly affects your business, what would it be? in association with RBS. 507
IT firm has new base on Wearside; Dealmakers in association with Deloite. 209
It's a family affair, the fun at young farmers. 179
It's not about me - Grant. 290
JOEY BARTON: A TROUBLED CAREER. 329
Keegan fighting to save Barton. 629
KEEGAN'S PLEA. 168
Kielder event in line for a revamp; GAME Angling. 361
Lampard aiming for a family double. 452
Landmark rulings to be made. 599
Landmark work rights agreement. 251
Latest from The Journal Tyne Theatre. 190
Let's be clear about why we're going in. 650
Letter: Bring in fuel tax rise of 2p to force the localised production of goods; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 202
Letter: Brown should get back to real Labour; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 196
Letter: Cameron's words make me laugh; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 83
Letter: GPs do a fantastic job for our families; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 296
Letter: We're doing our best to be eco-friendly ... VOICE OF THE NORTH. 200
Lottery punters make shop chain a winner; in association with RBS. 235
Man admits killing nine months on. 204
Men pick up an unusual lift home; Pair stopped in their tracks. 417
Miller vows to battle on. 619
New consultancy on Quayside; Commercial Property. 289
New jobs hope for Rock staff; Chairman in talks with other banks. 741
NHS worker admits credit cards fraud; Patients' details used to buy goods online. 384
North avoids rollercoaster and holds steady course; The credit crunch may mean the banks are tightening their grip on the purse strings, but there is help available for firms looking for funding. Karen Dent probes the problems for small businesses in the North East. 1227
NORTH TODAY: Rail line charges; COURT. 85
Open window for glass maker; in association with RBS. 510
Partnership aims to fill gap in small firm market; Commercial Property. 390
Past makes way for future. 287
Pat's filly can make winning debut; Racing in association with Pagebet. 442
PEOPLE ON THE MOVE; In association with RBS. 372
Police appeal for calm after teenager killed; Popular Hayley knocked over by squad car. 130
pounds 15,000 UP FOR GRABS FOR SCHOOLS; The Journal: Competition. 345
pounds 200m carrier work may come to North; in association with RBS. 778
Project to turn tide for jobs and homes. 399
PROPERTY BRIEFING; Commercial Property. 480
RACING IN BRIEF: Baybshambles maintains form; BEVERLEY. 104
Romans were upper crust on daily bread; Dig uncovers quality-built granaries. 310
Room in the fantasy bear pit for five more teams; In association with RBS The Childern's FOUNDATION. 431
Rugby Union: Steve is right man for job - Thompson. 525
SMOKE ALARM WOULD HAVE SAVED LIVES OF NEWLYWEDS WHO DIED IN HOUSE FIRE. 306
Speedway: TRUMINSKI RETURNS TO BANDITS AS COVER FOR SMITH. 220
Spurred into action by empty property rates; Commercial Property What has been the reality of the introduction of empty property rates in the North East marketplace? Paul Easton assesses the impact. 493
stars. 743
Stock Watch; Stocks and shares. 265
Tennis: Murray: I need to be more bubbly; SPORT SHORTS. 142
TENSIONS RISE. 167
The importance of great design. 530
TIME OUT. 261
TIME OUT: Quiz of the Day. 174
Tragedy must be a warning to all parents; The Journal. 232
TRIBUTES TO A 'BEAUTIFUL YOUNG GIRL'. 105
Two set to share helm as Baltic duties split. 322
Tyneside checks in hotels record. 219
Unique homes 'would be admired nationally' Consent for flats near park likely. 368
United star is jailed for violent attacks; Barton in two drink-fuelled street assaults. 482
Use them or lose them - shoppers told; PROPERTY INSITE. 376
Village green bid will go to public inquiry. 216
Ward Hadaway shows the way for big deals; Dealmakers in association with Deloite. 339
Watson Burton announces 11 promotions; Dealmakers in association with Deloite. 273
Winning caravan maker to cut jobs; in association with RBS. 504
Working together on future challenges. 303

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