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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (April 24, 2009)

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'Let universities fail'. 188
'MPs need paying to turn up for work' Review chief issues warning. 418
'No rush' on the Quakers; Administrators won't be hurried into a quick deal. 620
A judgement on the 'morons' of TV land; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 107
A special return for two-tone leaders of the pack. 328
A to Z of honey. 371
A woman's touch for the enterprise challenge. 302
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS. 94
Ambitious bid to save plateau; pounds 100,000 grant for partnership. 573
Available in black and white. 265
Bamburgh Beach is 'stolen' by Canada; Alberta uses North picture in advert. 642
Bandits up for Trophy battle; PEEDWAY. 448
Bates aiming to freshen up the Falcons; Restocking the Kingston Park cupboard is the order of Steve Bates' close season, and the Falcons rugby director told Nick Purewal the shelves will be full of useful talent, whatever the outside impression. 830
BEER AND RELIGION - A STOUT RELATIONSHIP. 384
Boat catches showing improvement; SEA Angling. 410
Broadway dream may come true; Pitmen Painters gets US interest. 387
Budget brings mixed fortunes for farmers and country groups. 521
Budget fails to help enterprise; BUSINESS INSIGHTS. 491
Cameron's lead is now at 18%. 211
Celebration of results comes with warning; Crime in Durham is lowest for years. 440
Cheery world of the walking dread. 891
Clunes rises to a challenging role. 562
COMEDY OBSERVE AND REPORT. 237
Confrontation takes place at city rally. 207
Countless couples must marry in red; FOOD. 472
Creating a city of discovery; Darling hints at cash to boost North economy. 886
DEATHS. 570
Debenhams give boost to retail sector. 167
Dewjo'c in merger with London architects. 529
Drop-in session; COMMUNITY: NORTH TODAY. 102
English game 'needs Roy'. 448
ESF appoints its first IT chief. 415
Express dismisses danger men; Yorkshire still 98 runs adrift. 1088
FA in Cup Final crackdown; TICKET TOUTS: FOOTBALL SHORTS. 151
Fund managers visit fast growing businesses. 262
Gateshead College scoops top prize in major awards. 183
Gimmicky projects are not the answer; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 284
Glad that Monument hotel was refused; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 109
Good support for award; Eaga throw their weight behind scheme. 463
Hard times bring communities closer; Foundation boss predicts generosity. 402
Haye dismisses 'B-level' Klitschko; BOXING: SPORT SHORTS. 91
High class of entries for Flat meeting. 327
HISTORY MAKERS. 89
Hole is set to be fixed. 185
Honey is the buzz word for success; FOOD MATTERS: National Honey Week is fast approaching. Jane Hall talks to a local producer whose business is the sweet sticky stuff about why it's not just sun-starved Brits who will be looking forward to a long, hot summer. 1061
HORRROR THE UNINVITED. 373
Houses are in order on good news day; Mortgage applications soar at Rock. 689
Hymns, prayers and real ale; Drinking beer and singing hymns could be the new rock and roll, says Alastair Gilmour: Well, after all, He did turn the wedding water into wine: FOOD MATTERS. 1255
Ice White appeals as coupe and convertible; Volvo. 426
In hard times growers are as gutsy as their deep red wine; WINE. 1092
IN MEMORIAM. Obituary 162
ITV seeks new boss as Grade steps down. 325
Jos back to face Pompey. 625
June date for Peugeot 308CC; Peugeot. 407
Juror in sex case carried out attack in break. 180
Keane quit due to 'interference' Roy Keane is back in football, but a new beginning didn't stop a few old scores from being settled. Mark Douglas reports. 1094
Keane: I quit Black Cats over broken promises. 275
Krul extends United's unbeaten run. 278
Lampard omission surprises Ballack. 401
Lloyds to axe 1,000 jobs over two years. 421
Loan arrangers to the rescue. 160
Maguire focused on winning title; SNOOKER. 395
Male babies now welcome at event. 225
Managing director says farewell. 168
MARKET UPDATE. 261
Marking a time when young died for crimes; The City of Sunderland Bench are today marking the centenary of the youth courts with a special event. Paul Loraine looks at how the courts have dealt with young offenders over the last century. 632
MARTS. 1021
Milk producers fight for survival. 282
Name the Year. 102
New Mazdas launched with range of luxurious options. 424
Newcastle boss hits out over credit downgrading. 465
Newton takes to senior service; GOLF. 413
Nissan offers more help to region's motorists. 256
No singing for our suppers; TABLE FOR 2 GEOFF LAWS Sabatini Ristorante, Quayside, Newcastle. 833
North East women Inspiring our regio n leaders: on's young women. 947
North East women leaders. 418
North poised to play role in coal's rebirth; Welcome for Government energy plans. 609
North will suffer in the 'dash for coal' VOICE OF THE NORTH. 337
Northumbrian Farmhouse delivers delicious local food. 596
Paedophile is jailed. 204
Perfect appointment. 87
Poetcally written and beautifully performed. 311
Preparing girls to be the leaders of tomorrow; A recent study revealed that the number of women in influential positions in business, politics and the public sector has actually fallen in the last two years. Hilary French says today's event aims to help to redress that imbalance. Conference news 539
Prices drop dramatically on region's richest streets. 677
Public-sector work will keep us going; CONSTRUCTING CEXCELLENCE. 369
QUICKBITES. 342
Quiz of yhe day. 173
Rail service boosts North economy. 163
Receivership woe won't affect hotel; Bosses say building will go ahead. 548
RECIPE OF THE WEEK. Recipe 480
Remembering a unique birthplace; Hotel became a labour ward during war. 507
Russell on other side of the story; Superstar Russell has plenty to crow about, as Lisa Williams reports. 860
SAINTS TO APPEAL AGAINST RELEGATION PENALTY. 470
Sbragia returned democracy after shock exit. 699
Scrappage scheme is a load of scrap; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 244
Signs of an improvement are evident for market. 467
Silverlink focus on the family; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 354
Special editions join A3 line-up; AUDI. 306
Special praise from an acting legend; Theatre Royal gets Sir Ian McKellen's vote. 611
Star Wars deal off the planet. 335
stars with Debbio Frank. 749
TALENTED YOUNGSTERS JOIN THE PROFESSIONALS. 180
Tales of radio debuts and resting actors. 666
The recovery must begin somewhere. 219
There's more out there than emails. 344
This is the big one, says Flournoy. 671
Three cheers for smart. 386
Today's TV. 660
Top BSI standard awarded to Dorin. 260
Top women share their wisdom. 790
Train operator set to hit targets. 417
Tregoning shows faith in Taameer; Saraband. 312
Troughton century helps steady Warwickshire. 390
Tynesiders put on an all-Star display. 412
VIEW OF THE NORTH. 92
Villa was turning point - Carrick; Midfielder picks out key victory. 693
Wait until spring for recovery. 178
Waste worries; ENVIRONMENT: NORTH TODAY. 96
Why should we believe Mr Darling? VOICE OF THE NORTH. 124
Wilson to miss out on season's finale. 326
Women leaders in North East. 424

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