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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (November 21, 2009)

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Title Author Type Words
'Booze Asbos' will curb bad behaviour; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 154
'If I've been down South I always feel I'm home when I see the cathedral'. 739
600 jobs at risk in fresh council cuts; Leaders seek another pounds 30m of savings. 575
A brand new home for everyone; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 448
A day to help take away all the tension. 424
A little girl's dream A little girl's dream come true come true; Designed to be a dream come true. 393
A rich variety; Bungalows aren't just for retirement. Single-storey homes make great family abodes and there are many styles available. homemaker takes a look. 491
A true hero who will not be forgotten. 233
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS. 196
After cup exploits, it's back to reality; BLUE SQUARE PREMIER. 427
Appeal for witnesses after fight on Metro. 183
Audi supercar's a road rocket. 439
bargain of the week WAS: [...]. 148
BEAUTY NEWS. 358
Best of the bunch. 143
Bill was my best friend, my forever friend, and an amazing dad. I have the comfort of knowing he died doing the job he loved. 120
Blissful, and far from the madding crowd. 438
Bookie to close call centre. 181
Brighten up your winter; Hannah Stephenson offers some easy ways to add colour to the winter garden. 523
Bruce: Cana could play for any side; BRUCE INSISTS: CANA COULD PLAY FOR ANY TOP SIDE. 554
Building society predicting lengthy economic recovery. 437
Bungalow with plenty of appeal. 155
Buy-to-let market fuelled by demand. 277
Cafe for sale in city centre. 83
Car scrappage scheme is driving economy. 243
Card invites a cynical response; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 106
Cemetery through time. 161
Chris not looking too far ahead; HUGHTON ONLY HAS EYES ON PROMOTION. 632
City can spring shock at Anfield; BEAT THE BOOKIE. 528
Classic cars going under the hammer. 478
Clause looks capable of a debut win; journallive.co.uk Racing Saturday, November 82 MOSCROP ON SATURDAY. 681
COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP PREVIEW. 1164
Come dine with me. 455
Convertible that's filled with creature comforts. 654
Country feel in the suburbs. 491
Coup for region as conference launched. Conference news 164
DEATHS. 709
Desirable detached home with self-contained flat. 285
Detached five-bed home on Darras Hall. 134
Di Matteo: This is a tough division. 395
Diary. 353
Disney delight; Liz Hands gets into the festive spirit at Disneyland Paris. 1776
Dog owners spoil beach upgrade; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 225
Drugs charges; NORTH TODAY: COURTS. 112
EAGLES' REVENGE MISSION SUCCESSFUL; BASKETBALL. 247
East Coast debacle a lesson for the Metro; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 276
End-terraced cottage with stunning views. 148
Ensure a healthy winter; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 561
Entrepreneur's healthy ambition clinches award. 305
Expert who refuses to play by the rules; Anything goes in the County Durham home of TV antiques expert David Harper. Karen Wilson gets the tour. 1493
Family home in sought-after area. 138
Ferry lottery money bid sunk as costs go too high. 262
First-time buyers 'returning slowly'. 621
FIVE TO FOLLOW. 234
FLAWED forecast based on FLAWED figures; Government has 'underplayed' impact of tax. 728
Four brand new homes are ready to move into. 183
FTSE dip after bumpy ride as property stalls. 305
Fuller caution. 185
Game for curry the old-fashioned way; Could Northumberland claim to be the birthplace of British curry? The owner of one of the North East's top Indian restaurants believes so - and he's putting the dish back on the menu 260 years after it was first published to celebrate National Curry Week and help raise money for disadvantaged children. Lucy Hammond reports. 1441
Global warming is not the only cause. 521
GOK COVERS MILES TO CHECK OUT OUR STYLES. 215
Golf course outlook. 118
Good enough to eat. 157
Hard work is the key to being a hit with fans; Marlon's sound advice. 587
Home sweet home at last; Finding and buying a home is hard work - as house doctor Peter Fall finds out for himself! 621
Honda on higher ground. 459
HOOKER HARTLEY INSPIRED BY THE HAKA. 514
How long before we are unable to feed world? As the size of the world's population spirals there are serious questions about our ability to feed them. Northumberland business and farming consultant Bruce Jobson looks at the implications for the farming industry. 911
Hudson to use his insider knowledge. 713
Hunting claim; NORTH TODAY: POLITICS. 86
Ideal apartment in rural town. 101
Idiotic dad raced at 100mph - with his baby in the back seat. 403
IN MEMORIAM. Obituary 164
Inventor is full of ideas; Glews grateful as formbook goes out window. 625
Jan's Kitchen is worth a look. 265
Jobs for the week. 182
Joining in with the festive fun. 413
Justice at long last for abuser's victims; Damages of over pounds 500,000 awarded. 613
Kia offers good value. 413
Kitson not at Boro to stay. 659
Labour's hardest doorstep question. 551
Lone man in world just full of women; Former textiles designer Jon-Paul Hoy is one of the only male beauty therapists working in the region. He talks to Liz Lamb about surviving in a woman's world and his new role at a five-star spa resort: Jon-Paul's beautiful job. 1213
Look after your home now - save money later. 637
Make yourself at home. 253
Man 'strangled wife during nightmare'. 260
Martins 'too busy' to chase up cash. 360
Maverick Keane not ready to share in Quinn's handball anguish. 540
Mazda's a smooth operator. 536
Missing element is silverware; Arsenal are ravaged by injuries as they head to Sunderland but Phil Bardsley tells Chief Sports Writer Luke Edwards why they will still be a formidable foe. 1091
Moth catcher puts rare breeds on record; Environment Editor Tony Henderson talks to a moth man with a mission. 697
move & improve this week's choice property with bags of potential. 167
Museums take pick of society's goods; Group quits home after 120 years. 719
MY LIFE. 419
Name the Year. 100
New homes for moving up or down. 559
Next two fixtures will really test us - Turner. 345
Nissan creates a good impression. 661
Opportunity to buy superb showhome. 291
Owners in dock as 35 dogs put down; 145 pets left to run wild on farm land, court told. 539
Parents need to learn. 89
Pick of the day. 174
PIN POINT REC'MENT NORTHERN ALLIANCE. 453
Pirate hostages 'could be killed'. 143
Plan revealed to upgrade key junction; Three options for Silverlink roundabout. 403
Plans for police HQ may hit school; Replacement station needed. 411
Plunkett eager to prove his worth; SPORT SHORTS: CRICKET. 197
Police search for pair of scam artists. 174
PREMIER LEAGUE PREVIEW. 898
Pupils face expulsion if parents park badly; School run chaos for neighbours. 613
Quakers will have their work cut out. 663
Quiz of the Day. 174
R elocation of library cancelled. 214
Rafa: It's make or break time. 712
RECOGNITION IS RIGHT UP OUR STREET. 112
Reindeers on the run; Now children may well be disappointed. 602
Renovations give modern touch to spacious home. 217
Sandra celebrates a Divine double. 740
SARABAND'S SELECTIONS. 265
Scout delivers on all counts. 406
Self-harmer stole as a cry for help, court told. 343
SHOWBIZ NEWS. 566
SKILLTRAININGLTD NORTHERN LEAGUE. 665
SLS rekindles a legend. 612
So spa, so good; Christmas is one of the most stressful times of the year so why not pop along to a spa for the ultimate chill-out or treat a stressed-out loved one to a relaxing pamper present. Liz Lamb profiles some of the best in the region. 920
Spartans decimated; FA TROPHY. 343
Stewards need to ask the questions; journallive.co.uk Racing Saturday, November 82 MOSCROP ON SATURDAY. 499
Students launch Malawi challenge. 413
Sweet childhood treats. 305
Take steps to avoid this nasty disease. 450
Tamiflu-resistant flu 'has spread'. 101
Tax planning to the fore as changes approach. 585
THE clan is gathering this [...]. 313
The property week. 183
The pudding that's really a bit Special; Recipe blends in the Percy tipple. 550
The two sides of Beyonc. 283
Three held over shop robbery. 215
three of a kind. 291
Timely advice on business flood defences. 274
Tory blasts 'Harry Potter' allegations; Curry denies wife banned use of house. 388
Tributes to a hero who died saving others; Cumbria is braced for further chaos. 934
Trusted Parliament should be priority; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 96
Unhappy memories in Morpeth. 198
VIEW OF THE NORTH. 82
Vipers veteran in plea to fans. 654
Volunteers get chance to sow seeds for future. 282
WEARSIDE LEAGUE. 323
Welcome return for Ben Bailey; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 517
Westwood reveals secret of success; GOLF. 451
Wonderful but where's the romance? The live show of The Sound of Music takes David Whetstone back to childhood viewings of that film. 589
You may need to cover your key employees; Alok Dhanda, pictured, explains the importance of taking out key person assurance to protect your business should you lose a key member of staff. 1185
YOU SHALL GO TO THE DESERT... 197
Your friends in need; Region digs deep to help good causes. 414

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