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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (October 9, 2009)

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Title Author Type Words
'Soulful' films highlight history of record labels. 408
'You can never prove you're ready for everything that will come your way as Prime Minister... But you can learn from the mistakes that others have made' Leader sets out vision of a better Britain. 465
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS. 261
AID FOR INDONESIA AS CLEAR UP CONTINUES IN PHILIPPINES. 210
Airlines facing yet another tax blow; Smaller concerns would be hit. 542
AMLIN EUROPEAN CHALLENGE CUP. 140
Angel is top venue for rudd. 738
Art exhibition set to close. 167
Arts festival proves big success. 114
Award for flood efforts; Disabled woman helped neighbours as the waters rose. 524
Barton tries to patch it up with Shearer. 640
Benjamin looks a sure bet, by George. 439
Bid to boost sailing facilities by pounds 1.5m. 211
Birdie blitz leaves Sergio in shade; Lowly Manuel sets the pace. 435
Bruce not surprised by Bent omission. 683
Building up career success. 219
But what will Tories do for North East? 277
Buy local and enjoy benefits of fresh food; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 793
Cameron's key Cabinet. 317
Carpet firm set to roll out new manufacturing jobs in North. 529
China dips a toe in North. 485
Come back Lego Men, all is forgiven; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 114
Comprehensive strategy needed; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 213
Countryside crafts contest. 165
Current rates held as money supply boosted; ECONOMY TODAY: INTEREST RATES. 117
David Wells. 741
DEATHS. 610
Decision heralds the end of an era; England do not want to pick Stephen Harmison anymore and he does not really want to play for them either. Chief sports writer Luke Edwards says it is only a matter of time until he announces his international retirement. 1091
Decision to hold interest rates is no surprise. 299
Demand boosts cull cows' price. 213
Diamonds go for final place; Monarchs a tough hurdle to overcome. 355
Ding stays on title course; SPORT SHORTS: SNOOKER. 119
Dismay that areas are still 'deprived' VOICE OF THE NORTH. 106
Ditch these plans. 88
Durham without overseas player. 395
Eastern exports key to economy. 199
El of a party at tapas bar. 837
Experts launch key clean coal research; Study to play role in tackling climate change. 526
Falcons backs on front foot; Newcastle players seek more aggressive outlook. 647
Farm prices fall as bare land value increases. 485
Fastest 50 business achievers about to be revealed. 252
Feeble silence that will cost Labour dear. 211
Finalists of entrepreneur award are revealed. 274
FLOWER POWER COMES FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE. 354
For peat's sake... pounds 500,000 to repair 30 years of damage on North wetlands. 584
GIVEN WANTS TO WRITE NEW CHAPTER IN IRISH HISTORY. 530
GPs see alcohol as a 'low priority' Professor criticises North medics. 489
Halfords'' sales are on the move. 312
Hapless bike thief's brush with Dutch paras. 222
Have pity on the private sector; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 127
Help at hand for those in repossession hotspot. 294
Hexham Centre of attraction. 93
HORROR COMEDY. 231
Hospital parking is not good enough; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 148
Hunt for driver; NORTH TODAY: ASSAULT. 122
Initial ruling goes against live music merger deal. 470
It's a pleasure as anglers bag some decent catches. 467
It's all down to how much you enjoy eating. 882
Jobs go despite massive profits; National Grid to make North staff redundant. 409
Killer witness appeal. 141
Latest recruit to market research. 242
Losing run for bookmakers. 332
MATHS IN CHURCH - IT ALL ADDS UP TO MORE INTERESTING LESSONS. 400
Mecca fights back. 236
Millions to be spent on flood repairs. 281
Name the Year. 82
New homes in store; Conversion breathes life into old shop. 297
Newcastle going Flat out for a final fling. 355
No panic at Pool despite defeats. 673
Orchid poised for rescue of failed leisure group. 515
Pally tipping pal for national job. 330
Pensioner the target of conman on his doorstep. 260
Peters is primed for Tynedale berth. 549
Plunkett 'can be new Flintoff'. 366
Policeman hurt in hit and run; Officer was giving aid to crash victims. 110
Policeman hurt in hit-and-run crash; Officer is recovering in hospital. 598
Postal chaos looms after strike ballot; Workers vote for action in bitter dispute. 372
pounds 5m investment a "no-brainer" FOOTBALL SHORTS: WORLD CUP BID. 114
Prince wants Reds to slash debt. 433
Prospects take a turn for the batter. 362
Pushchair plunge; BRITAIN TODAY: INQUEST. 91
QUICKBITES. 264
Quiz of the Day. 181
Rash approach makes crisis out of a drama. 855
Recruit returns for second spell. 232
Red alert for visit of fearless Dragons. 234
Reducing the cost of local administration; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 142
Rogue taxi trade; NORTH TODAY: CRACKDOWN. 81
ROMANCE. 313
Rooney: Ten out of ten is England aim. 571
SAVE 15% AT FIRENZE, JESMOND. 200
School exclusion row. 128
Schools let down by MPs, says Sir John; 'Fundamental flaws' in system. 308
Second tragedy for family as son found dead. 201
Services firm is on track. 493
Sharing views is an encouraging sight; CONSTRUCTING EXCELLENCE. 406
Shuffling off to be radio Rent-a-Gob. 656
Significant staff cuts at building giant; ECONOMY TODAY: CONSTRUCTION. 97
Steak and ale on the menu. 1423
Take your seat; FOOTBALL SHORTS: WALLSEND BOYS' CLUB. 99
The fair fruits of labour. 1062
Tickets for premiere. 101
Tough choices needed. 543
Up, up, and away! COMEDY UP. 305
Venture set to be a towering presence; Company aims to create and protect jobs. 468
Woe for Serena; SPORT SHORTS: TENNIS. 97
WORCESTER GET FRENCH LESSON AS EUROPEAN RUGBY SEASON BEGINS. 88
Young solicitors taking their first career steps. 539
YOUNGSTERS TAP INTO HEALTH MESSAGE. 206

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