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

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Title Author Type Words
'Bionic Man' Kaymer back in swing; GOLF. 504
'Never give in regardless of the circumstances and always keep focused on the end result and make your dreams come true' MY PLACE. 682
30 million letters held up after second 24-hour walkout. 426
A good prospect on home Turf; BEAT THE BOOKIE NEIL HARNETT. 445
A superb Finnish to season! SPEEDWAY. 356
Abbott out to silence critics; I am good enough for job, says Carlisle boss Greg. 650
Account fees; IN BRIEF: BANKING. 148
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS. 260
Act now to avoid future problems; Alok Dhanda, of Newcastle-based Dhanda Financial explains the effects of the upcoming radical shake-up of the financial services IFA sector and offers solutions to help you get ahead of the changes. 699
Act on clampers, says RAC. 269
An Amber star who always shone brightly; Actor Brian Hogg dies of cancer at 60. Obituary 599
An anxious weekend for Johnson; GUINNESS PREMIERSHIP PREVIEW. 585
Antoniola is miles better. 624
ASHLEE Simpson-Wentz is leaving Melrose [...]; SHOWBIZ NEWS. 87
bargain of the week WAS: [...]. 123
BEAUTY NEWS Liz Lamb liz.lamb@ncjmedia.co.uk. 289
Best of the bunch. 132
Bid to target hardcore of county's criminals. 263
BNP leader cries foul as millions see him crushed. 322
Bolstered by Padova scare; Bates: Euro exploits have strengthened resolve for: our domestic challenge. 679
Boss hails richly talented Richardson. 362
Bruce's joy at Strach return; Cats boss backs old mate to succeed. 597
Built 120 years ago and out of use for 60 - now this power plant is going back on stream. 586
Business is still blooming after 40 years; From the Queen to the man on the street, Katherine's Florists has brought cheer to all walks of life for 40 years. Francesca Craggs chats to Helen Nikzad, the fifth generation of females to head up the family business. 1013
Buy-to-let rise; IN BRIEF: PROPERTY. 140
Career has turned the corner; Having gone from marking Christian Vieri in training to slumming it in League One, Michael Turner is determined not to waste his second crack at life at the top, writes Stuart Rayner. 1212
Cats boss is keen to gatecrash City party; Cats keen to spoil the party. 637
Chris: A chance to shine for Marlon; This is Marlon's big chance. 782
City look to build on win; UNIBOND LEAGUE. 314
Coastal choice; Family choice by glorious coastline. 368
Coloccini just Fab says boss. 442
Cosy new homes in autumn shades. 474
Cosy, charming and full of character. 464
Council allowances being kept down; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 161
Council is damned over child care. 167
Couple's life-change decision pays off. 414
Criminal failure as court errors persist; Reports says mistakes are continuing. 525
Darling says North can lead recovery; Downturn now the deepest in half a century. 757
DEATHS. 789
Delay over flu letters 'risks lives' Warning as strike holds up the post. 739
Demo aimed at bringing troops back; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 115
Demonise your look; Halloween is almost upon us and it's the perfect time of year to experiment with our make-up as Liz Lamb discovers. 634
Diary. 373
Disruption for drivers will end within days. 200
Dogs abandoned by cruel breeder; BRITAIN TODAY: COURT. 86
Drinking doubts; BRITAIN TODAY: POLITICS. 107
Drivers should get in the right lane; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 126
Eagles bite the Sharks to show they're team to beat. 528
Ease of an apartment lifestyle. 608
Electric tech first for team. 197
Emergency centre given the go-ahead; pounds 200m plan for health services. 353
Even the butcher is tender; 17-year-old bucks the stereotype. 501
Everything is always the fault of others; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 231
Ex-Rock boss linked with possible suitor. 248
Expert advice is essential; The law room with Claire Simmons of Ward Hadaway: If you're thinking of buying a house for your children to live in while at university, property law solicitor Claire Simmons has some advice. 558
FAMILY'S GOODBYE TO THEIR AMAZING GRACE. 368
Father vows to fight on for cancer drug; Avastin appeal turned down for third time. 559
Fergie expects Mersey battle. 654
Firms on the small screen to boost business. 257
Foodstore has huge potential. 193
Forget the BNP, Miliband's the story. 610
Fun times are back with Accord Type S. 370
Furnished home available for rent. 130
Get taste of history. 238
Good enough to eat. 112
Granary conversion with stunning original features. 136
Hand-built super Lexus. 431
Harmy's omission delights Proteas. 769
Help find our father; Police keep on searching for 88-year-old. 346
Historic house still lighting way forward. 315
History will be made as girls hit the high notes; Cathedral to have female choristers. 552
Holiday homes in stunning locations. 283
HQ provides springboard to eaga ambitions. 264
Hunt is on for 2012 Olympians; Football stars inspire pupils. 362
I'VE said it many times, [...]. 346
IN MEMORIAM. Obituary 301
Investors look for reasons to be cheerful. 276
It's a man's world; Claire Hornby examines some fabulous furniture ideas specially for the men - and probably the girls too! 399
Jumping back into National Hunt action. 478
King set to sign; FOOTBALL SHORTS: TOTTENHAM. 125
LAST NIGHT'S ACTION. 204
Lead is great but fit it right; House doctor Peter Fall looks at the advantages and disadvantages of lead. 623
League banks a new cash deal; FOOTBALL SHORTS: PREMIER LEAGUE. 122
Lee's big build; Tucked away at the end of a long driveway in Darras Hall, Lee Porter and Michelle Gorman's huge mansion is one of the most expensive self-builds in the area. Karen Wilson looked through the keyhole. 1209
Listed family home has quality feel throughout. 153
Magazine is just a waste of money; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 257
Make extra quick move. 414
Make move to impressive estate. 216
Make sure your tax affairs are in order. 1217
Mandelson hails export campaign; Firms urged to go for expansion. 396
MARKET UPDATE Tourist rates Australia............1.7027 [...]. 89
Mazda's stylish new CX-7 has diesel appeal. 545
McLeish applauds the efforts of Bruce. 485
Mobile mast scheme sparks outrage; New location fails to quell objections. 408
More airtime for brand Fergie. 314
move and improvethis week's choice property with bags of potential. 168
MY LIFE. 438
Mystery over mum's death. 117
Mystery treasures found in the river; Were items placed there by retired archbishop? 469
Name the Year FOR our [...]. 94
New build market 'getting better'. 562
New recession blow will hit Brown hard. 226
NEW York gossip columnists are [...]; SHOWBIZ NEWS. 88
Nolan: Defeats a blip, not a slump; You are never too far away from a potential crisis at Newcastle United, but Kevin Nolan has quickly tried to extinguish the recent sparks of discontent. Chief Sports Writer Luke Edwards reports. 1298
NORTHERN ALLIANCE. 305
Number of mortgage approvals on increase. 486
O'Brien hopes top prize is in the Post. 736
Pastures New for Olympic ace. 788
Pensioner, 70, is sprayed in mystery attack. 219
Perfect for starte rs; With property bargains flooding the market, now is a better time than ever to take that first step on to the property ladder. Here we take a look at what's available. 482
Period charm with village views. 191
Peugeot aiming for a revolution. 493
Pick of the day. 183
Play portrays a journey of life from Britain to Basra. 265
Police break into home. 107
Popular shares 2874 ARM 151 [...]. 167
pounds 42m riot victory; BRITAIN TODAY: COURTS. 87
Pressure not on Spartans, says Tait; FA CUP QUALIFYING. 491
Property survey; IN BRIEF: FINANCIAL. 121
PUPPY POWER. 423
Quakers must be fit for the fight. 479
Queen of the stoves warms to her task. 307
Quiz of the Day. 187
Refurbished bungalow is ideal for horse lovers. 166
Refurbished family bungalow. 123
Relax and unwind. 268
Restaurateur Ross back; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 320
Restoring hay meadows to former glory; Memories of yesteryear's hay harvest in the North East are being archived for future generations as efforts are stepped up to restore some of the region's meadows to their former glory. Karen Dent discovers more about the Hay Time project. 943
RETAIL THERAPY Francesca Craggs. 146
ROBIN WRIGHT PENN revealed how [...]; SHOWBIZ NEWS. 85
Rural Retreat. 1628
Searching for a balance on a coastline to treasure; A strategy which is a UK first aims to protect one of the best coastlines in Britain. Environment Editor Tony Henderson reports. 1179
Shop should not lobby police; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 254
Shops in line for awards. 159
SKILLTRAININGLTD NORTHERN LEAGUE. 616
Smith's happy with victory; RUGBY LEAGUE. 290
So should we now feel sorry for Nick Griffin? The appearance of far right BNP leader Nick Griffin on the BBC's Question Time has sparked huge controversy. Political Editor William Green investigates the fallout. 547
Space and style plus superb views. 169
Stay-at-home Brits boost Amazon Profits leap for BSkyB. Financial report 495
Swine flu threat of postal strike; Doctors issue warning as region named a flu hotspot. 108
The greatest gift of all is in their safe hands; As part of The Journal's Organ Donor Register Campaign Hannah Davies speaks to two of the region's transplant experts. 704
The magic of Mary; Mary Wilson will reign supreme again tonight as the Motown star launches a frock-tastic exhibition. Barbara Hodgson meets the singer - and you can too. 985
The property week Builders 'more [...]. 202
three of a kind; Want a home that stands out from the crowd? Why not opt for a conversion? homemaker looks at three on the market. 267
Thunder can rise again insists Findlay; RUGBY LEAGUE. 311
Time for change. 159
Time for everyone to muck in - Bogie; FA CUP QUALIFYING. 488
Todt wants Schu; SPORT SHORTS: MOTOR RACING. 121
Top tips for terrific tulips; Glorious in the garden, vibrant in vases and delightful in displays, tulips are simply stunning. Hannah Stephenson reports. 593
TOWERING GLORY The climb to [...]. 87
Tracy bags a new career; She's met everyone from Les Dennis to Boyzone, but Tracy Barton is most excited about her funky new take on the shopping trolley. Hannah Davies finds out more. 565
Tragedy plea; NORTH TODAY: POLICE. 83
Tributes paid to latest UK casualty; BRITAIN TODAY: MILITARY. 84
Trinidad suffer a dose of Blues; SPORT SHORTS: CRICKET. 113
Turner demands repeat showing. 493
Twitchers head for the coast; Eastern crowned warbler flies in. 382
Upper flat is ideal for sharers. 151
VAL RIDES AWAY WITH OPEN HONOURS. 454
VINCE Vaughn has revealed that [...]; SHOWBIZ NEWS. 99
VIPERS LOOKING TO PUT SHEFFIELD DEFEATS BEHIND THEM AGAINST THE DEVILS; ICE HOCKEY. 413
Volvo rediscovers a love for estates. 685
WEARSIDE LEAGUE. 292
WHAT''S HOT Liz Lamb liz.lamb@ncjmedia.co.uk. 450

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