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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (June 17, 2009)

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'Firms must stand together now to prosper when recession ends'. 436
1,000 North BA staff asked to work free. 323
A changing world. 86
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS. 85
Ally and Elaine fly flag for the region. 390
Anger at care home plans to be vented; Council chiefs will face up to opponents. 558
Apprentice finds Sugar encouraging. 171
As our trading game returns, who can beat White Van Man? 359
Attitude to alcohol put under scrutiny; Questions are asked as drink debate begins. 440
Aviation industry faces more turbulence. 570
BATTLING LIONS MAKE IT SIX WINS OUT OF SIX AHEAD OF FIRST TEST. 300
Beautifying property earns edge in market; NEWS / STOCKS AND SHARES /FARMING/. 223
Benefits of helping give business united voice. 255
Bid to beat parking ban gets backing from judge. 206
Bishop's new jibe at our politicians; Stinging criticism of political system by Rt Rev Wright. 603
Borg tips Murray to lift title at SW19; TENNIS. 459
Building nets green award before it opens doors. 198
BUSINESS DIARY. 182
BUSINESS TODAY. 99
Carney's return; RUGBY LEAGUE: SPORT SHORTS. 123
Casey out to end 39-year drought. 655
Century-maker's going in for the kill; Durham look to Blackwell. 1246
Coast to coast ride raises charity cash. 301
Cooke's title quest; CYCLING: SPORT SHORTS. 91
County is pushing broadband barrier; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 269
Crackdown on illegal downloads. 415
Dairy jobs saved - but not in North; MP demands action from Government. 563
DEATHS. 277
Diamonds sign up Danish prospect. 321
Digital Britain fails to start the Revolution. 500
Eagles offer coach a Fab deal to stay. 602
England focus on Ashes build-up. 466
English GB backed by IOC; OLYMPIC. 319
Entangled in a sticky flawed plot. 395
Enter the dragon; SPORT: NORTH TODAY. 86
EXPECT THRILLS AS THE HOPPINGS RETURNS. 203
Fergusons latest buy is just right for start-ups. 407
Find out how employment tribunals work. 541
Fixture list adds an edge, says Abbott. 475
From a shed to a success; Rock Hall School celebrates 25 years. 647
GAME Angling. 464
GOOD FRIENDS ARE BIRDS OF A FEATHER IN PAGEANT. 299
Great times for the Metro. 149
Historical dance; EDUCATION: NORTH TODAY. 110
IN MEMORIAM. Obituary 192
Independent probe into police shooting. 251
Inflation at 18-month low. 444
Innovation a cliche but it's still true. 353
Internet sees change for newspapers. 249
It's Sunday best for Rouget at Ascot. 480
Jeffries stays a local hero; Wearside to host Olympic medallist's third fight. 635
Join me on GNR and support disabled; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 252
JUNE. 207
Let's make most of opportunities. 668
Lightning cuts off power for thousands; Homes, pubs and firms close amid the chaos. 603
Magpies transfer hotline on alert; Magpies hotline on red alert. 712
Mahela promises more surprises. 356
Market town shows resilience; Hexham remains a gem in the North East retail crown, says Bob Fletcher of Sanderson Weatherall. 529
MARTINEZ HAS WHELAN'S BACKING. 164
MARTS. 1458
MASTERCRAFTSMAN PUTS IN 'IRON HORSE' DISPLAY TO SEE OFF RIVALS. 597
Miller confident; RUGBY UNION: SPORT SHORTS. 83
Mortgage costs rise further. 439
Mowbray seals his switch to Celtic; Ex-boss warns of job pressure. 491
MP battles to save an 'iconic' derelict farmhouse. 172
MPs are refocusing their moral compass; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 90
MPs face ban on employing their relatives; Harman says system harms public trust. 524
Music show reaches the unreachables. 399
Name the Year. 96
NECC EVENTS. 123
No surprise at 'one star' LibDem efforts; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 131
North businesses urged to apply for training grants. 453
North may lose out in plan for digital Britain; Some parts of region will be last to benefit. 821
North's first black squirrel captured. 414
Not quite a guide to our digital future. 212
Not so Neet: Big rise in young jobless. 280
One North East chairman to launch Gateway West. 227
PEOPLE ON THE MOVE. 238
Pick of the day. 149
Picture perfect sister. 123
Police appeal; MISSING. 82
pounds 25M WON'T CHANGE ME - BRIAN. 125
Private records of almost 200 patients lost; Move led to blunder. 405
PRIZE FAIRS CUP PENNANT FROM GLORY DAYS GOES UP FOR AUCTION. 370
Programme aims to help keep talent in our region. 726
Protesters keep pressure on after government rallies its supporters. 472
Prudence pays as 500 social homes on way. 456
Question time; REVOLUTION: NORTH TODAY. 102
Quiz of the Day. 155
Rapist denies sex attacks; Woman was assaulted as partner slept. 439
Reasons to be cheerful in region; THE CORPORATE FINANCE EXPERT. 413
Registration alert for land-owners. 119
REITs looking attractive. 522
Reminder of dark ages in 1960s; Barbara Hodgson hears about a play born from society's shame. 944
Richards hoping to catch the eye; ENGLAND: FOOTBALL SHORTS. 117
Rival F1 series on the cards - Massa; MOTOR SPORT. 515
Rural issues on RICS agenda. 261
Safety campaign; FIRES: NORTH TODAY. 111
School musical evokes the 80s. 158
Science City: private funds vital. 521
SCIENTISTS ARE A CUT ABOVE WHEN IT COMES TO CARROTS. 518
Secret life of businessman is revealed; Neil Barratt was a violent gangster. 722
Signs of some 'green roots' pushing through; THE CORPORATE BANKER. 386
Solid start in tough times at stores. 281
Son is accused of murdering father; 'Significant injuries' found at post-mortem. 703
Sports centre is one of the UK's greenest buildings. 235
STARS. 767
Teaching champs aim for top marks; Awards for the region's best in education. 643
The human factor in motorcycle design; Transport and design combine in a business that works under the principle 'two wheels good'. Alastair Gilmour meets two motorcycle designers. 1602
The strong smell of panic is in the air; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 150
Time to look again at regional government; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 246
Unhappy return for Kuznetsova; TENNIS: SPORT SHORTS. 105
VIEW OF THE NORTH. 81
Wansbeck shows its passion for enterprise. 401
Warning after car taken. 116
We could do a Fulham; Anton: We could follow Fulham. 636
We have a part to play on road to business recovery; With corporate deal activity at its lowest level for years three experts share their views on the state of the market: THE PRIVATE EQUITY INVESTOR. 380
Wellstream is region's best performer. 305
WHO'S PLANNING WHAT? 167
Wholesale misery for Ted Baker clothing; RETAIL: COMPANIES TODAY. 94
Windass set to lift Quakers' spirits; New role for veteran. 874
YESTERDAY'S ACTION. 1435

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