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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (July 2, 2009)

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'Small victory' on academy proposals; Consultation is extended after opposition. 507
'Unrepentant' Biggs is refused parole by Straw. 254
2,600 new jobs for gas firm. 160
A decade of transport study, but pounds 2m is given for new research. 284
A leader's farewell; S. 86
A WHEEL FINE WAY TO SEE BORDER COUNTRY. 162
A wild idea; NORTH TODAY: ENVIRONMENT. 83
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS. 115
Air crash girl tells how she survived; WORLD TODAY: YEMEN. 109
Allegations noted for future reference; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 188
ANTS LEAVE THEIR COLONY TO FORM A TROUPE. 148
Benzema offer; FOOTBALL SHORTS: REAL MADRID. 81
BIRTHDAY MEMORIES. 133
Brinkburn Priory previews the Proms. 497
Carlisle boss has sights on Vernon. 461
Cash is stolen; NORTH TODAY: POLICE. 81
Chief sought to champion castle's global ambition. 535
Clean-up plan suffers defeat; BRITAIN TODAY: POLITICS. 110
Coca-Cola signs up Zytronic. 281
Concern over slide in eel population; Important species is prized in Far East as a delicacy. 266
Corruption and fraud are all around; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 249
David Wells [...]. 530
Dealers get jail terms reduced. 316
DEATHS. 829
Does Brown live in vacuum? VOICE OF THE NORTH. 258
Drinks giant axes 900 jobs in closure; Whisky plant to shut after 200 years. 548
Driver escapes river plunge. 112
Earth sculpture will wow tourists; Design for spectacular work revealed. 521
Edna's not all at sea raising vital funds; 40 years of work for RNLI is rewarded. 549
ENGLAND OLD BOY ROWNTREE BLASTS BURGER. 200
Experts trade in a world of good ideas; Executives and economists from 37 countries are about to arrive in Middlesbrough for an event aiming to help the North East's heavy industries through the recession. Christopher Knox spoke to the organisers. Conference news 809
First positive growth for over a year; COMPANIES TODAY: MANUFACTURING. 199
Flash floods on a sunny day. 474
Fontburn produces the goods for Case. 526
For beaten Karlovic it's Roger and out. 405
From heatwave to flash floods in just one hour; Chaos caused as weather turns nasty. 168
Garden to get new look. 251
Getting mean to keep our streets clean; Dirt-busters on prowl. 343
Good luck; FOOTBALL SHORTS: MANCHESTER UNITED. 163
Government postpones Royal Mail sell-off plan. 305
Green heat; NORTH TODAY: TECHNOLOGY. 92
Guide to computer mysteries. 346
Healthy food set for the council menu; Review leads to a change in ingredients. 486
Heavyweight pack beefs up Bates' squad; Falcons engine room will be bulkier next season. 609
HELL ON THE RAILS. 430
Hibs pull the plug on a deal for Stokes; Hibs pull the plug on a deal for Cats striker. 621
Hot Mustard serves up a batting treat. 783
Hot tub stolen; NORTH TODAY: CRIME. 91
Hunt begins for a new chief at Baltic; Chair stands down after four years. 601
I want out, admits unhappy winger; Gutirrez first to ask to leave: I want out, admits unhappy United star. 608
I'm pleading with him to tell me where Keith is... it's the last time it will be done; Brady will not be allowed to return to Moors. 647
Impressive Murray reaches semis. 253
IN MEMORIAM. Obituary 185
Independence is a must. 340
Innovations tested; SPORT SHORTS: CRICKET. 106
IT specialist will keep Metro group in touch. 363
Jobs fair; NORTH TODAY: CAREERS AND TRAINING. 87
Juniors get chance to learn. 432
Lessons from game reser rve and agitated Habitat. 677
M& S sales figures ease pressure. 417
McLean joins Weir Insurance Brokers; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. Company overview 323
Mollie Sugden; BRITAIN TODAY: OBITUARY. Obituary 97
Morrisons launches research project to boost farm efficiency. 412
Motorist's death remains a mystery. 242
Murray admits he loves the roof; Ruthless Scot reaches semis. 907
Name the Year. 90
New bid to save Teesside jobs; BUSINESS TODAY: STEEL. 245
Northern Rock staff stricken with swine flu; Number of cases rising. 382
Now we're a nation of Tweeters. 394
Objections over felling application. 114
Open deciders a qualified success; CHIP SHOTS: GOSWICK. 172
Party has dangerous attitude to region; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 229
Patient Hughes; FOOTBALL SHORTS: MANCHESTER CITY. 81
Phones, the web and teamwork. 346
Pick of the day. 179
PIGEON FANCIERS UNDER SUSPICION AFTER A SPATE OF ATTACKS ON PEREGRINES. 447
Pit communities deserve a chance; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 192
Plans to axe 'lifesaving' phone box put on hold. 236
Police use metal detector to combat knife crime. 185
pounds 1.4bn cash crisis after franchise hits buffers; EAST COAST MAIN LINE: Collapse is 'disaster for taxpayers'. 968
Pride is the main motivator in derby; SPEEDWAY. 442
QUEEN'S NEW HONOUR FOR FALLEN HEROES. 177
Quiz of the Day. 185
Rare birds enjoy record year. 194
Region gets in gear to go electric. 344
Resources companies prominent in surge. 258
Rural estate agents form strategic alliance. 207
Science City sets up crack team to source innovators. 404
Shake-up at firm puts 170 jobs at risk; Sale of North site leaves workers in limbo over future. 419
Show gets record entries. 206
Sister act is still centre stage. 277
Springbank can fulfil expectations. 482
Storm looking in rich form. 273
Student's blooming good idea wins award. 189
Tesco linked to possible Northern Rock takeover. 621
That's some beer garden; Axed Vaux remembered in 'shrine'. 694
Three cheers! CHIP SHOTS: NORTHUMBERLAND. 82
Thrilling footage of Michael Jackson; Memories of Michael Jackson are stirred by two films - never publicly released - of the performer in concert. Gavin Taylor gives David Whetstone a private viewing. 1056
Tidy plan for a reforming government. 210
Tuscany plus turbines better than pylons; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 117
Tweet dreams of new custom. 297
Unfit teachers to be expelled from schools; The Government announced this week it is to introduce a licence to teach to weed out poor teachers from the profession. A former North East headteacher backs the plan, but teaching unions have mixed views. reports. 744
Virgin boss Branson waits to see how situation develops [...]. 396
Washington celebrates America's big day. 324
Wasting lives in a war we can't win. 661
Water shortage halts meeting; SPORT SHORTS: RACING. 105
Welcome runs on Cook's menu. 914
Where the chaos unfolded. 149
Wi-fi offers Brown a City connection; Laptop vital for club secretary. 898
Widening web video access. 419
Win annual Bede's World family pass. 329
Wizards of Oz are no longer magical, insists Harmison. 424
Young entrepreneurs score highly. 232

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