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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (June 4, 2004)

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Title Author Type Words
`Inequality' of cancer deaths. 410
`Red' diesel road check. 391
10 ways to save BBQ blushes. 415
A first beckons for pals in an all-Russian final. 420
Accounting system adds up to success. 215
Ancient discovery. 397
Angel with flowers. 366
Apartment contract creates 50 new jobs. 115
Applied reorganisation aims to reduce losses. 440
BAE launches surprise bid for Alvis Vickers. 382
Barratt aims to set standards example. 231
Beaches awarded blue flags. 115
Becker salutes best of British. 376
Bet to manage new grooming for men centre. 349
Big boys' toys. 389
Bonds of bravery. 1065
Boundaries shake-up means all 47 seats are up for grabs. 209
Brewery to be replaced. 126
BT strikes back at unfair sales tactics used by rival operators. 169
Bumper weekend for horse-lovers. 426
Business Link success sees new three-year deal. 227
Cancellations and delays at Newcastle. 203
Canine quartet with best smiles. 204
Castle office `an eyesore'. 289
Ceasar sniffs out top dog award. 378
Chance for drug addict. 410
Charvis joins the Newcastle force. 620
Chemicals plant set for pounds 11m investment. 300
Children learn country ways. 141
Circatex grant pay back fears prove unfounded. 454
Classical passion has a contemporary edge. 356
Colin's key role in North credit union. 303
Comics can net a Dandy little sum. 683
Constructing Excellence North East. 463
Cookery secrets. 192
Cotterill in Turf Moor hotseat. 327
Crematorium spends pounds 1m. 131
Delayed print order not the end of the world in election. 1529
Diamonds grab Lubos to bolster campaign. 483
Enron produces rescue plan. 94
Ex-MoD site set to host 5,000 jobs. 356
Family visit dead airman's war grave. 492
Farmers and families flock to Scotsheep 2004. 268
Fewer opt to fly with BA. 308
Film of powerful and raw emotion. 550
Finding true value of hard work. 161
Fire-raisers sought. 467
Flights grounded by computer glitch. 704
Football shorts. 497
Founder at reprise of premiere as orchestra leaves City Hall stage. 309
Free calls ring the changes at Carphone. 347
Friday forum. 684
FSA slaps a ban on Equitable's Headdon. 231
Garage owner puts charity in motion. 145
Godolphin predict North Light will shine. 321
Grandmother comes clean over lottery. 144
Halfords in debut on Stock Exchange. 147
Have a say on parking. 355
Hays set to post off DX mail business. 182
Height of controversy. 212
Henman relishes making history. 827
History repeated for factory workforce. 108
Holidays on hold for talented musicians. 157
Home truths. 623
How customers are targeted. 100
In search of a lost RAF flyer. 264
Inventor wins funding for his revolutionary wall tie. 382
Japan re-opens its doors to British breeding pigs. 233
Junk mail a thing of the past. 665
Keeper injury boost. 462
Key journey ( for all of us. 348
Lakeside joins Just Learning. 87
Last performance tugs at heartstrings. 286
Late run suggests liking for this trip. 344
Lawyer dishonestly used clients' funds. 425
Lecturers strike over job losses. 447
LuaLua happy to return. 466
M&S to focus on revival. 374
Major software contract. 243
Max Clifford date with Big Business. 192
Melody was a bit out of tune. 898
Monty getting back on track with a 67. 835
Moore on crawl charge. 376
Nerves jangle in fight for control. 292
New jobs as kitchen maker ventures across the Border. 234
Nicolas Craig column. 395
Not enough hours in day for Steve. 446
Nursery plans progress. 116
Oil output rise agreed but protest threat stays. 448
One code I'll never crack. 328
Onyx rated most reliable host in the UK. 199
People on the move. 434
Pictures are said to tell a thousand words. Here we present a picture special to mark the 60th anniversary of D-Day, and show how The Journal reported the greatest seaborne invasion in history. 361
Planning your finances online. 157
Please, don't be a killer. 629
Police pledge zero tolerance in oil depot terror fears. 287
Police rap gives Sarah the pip. 665
Princes mourning their grandmother. 608
Pupils learn Sir is soon to be `Miss'. 422
Radcliffe Tyneside challenge on cards. 375
Region enjoys a year of industrial harmony. 226
Rooney urged to keep the passion. 295
Ruddock invokes the spirit of 1999. 347
SABMiller out of Chinese battle. 134
Saggers' wicket is the only success. 625
Santini scoop a reward for Levy. 310
Santon sheep on show at Appleby. 205
School campaigners threaten ballot box backlash. 314
Shock as dead fish gets away. 325
Show results. 202
Signings have Falcons ticket sales soaring. 339
Solicitor accused of assault on lover. 474
Sorters all set. 127
Sport shorts. 83
Sport shorts. 521
Still time to book for South Africa trip. 262
Strong roots of a growing rural guardian. 309
Success in the bag for talented Madeline. 348
Sundrop to upstage Dettori's selection. 573
Take a closer look. 204
Teaming up to get first-time riders in saddle. 211
Teenager rescues youngsters from stairway fire. 238
There's no stalling industrial action. 479
Thompsons of Prudhoe edge out Duco Ltd. 597
To buy. 192
To play. 299
Top angel has parish. 181
Top clubs keeping tight rein on finances. 286
Top job no lure for Taylor. 345
Tragedy dogged the life of this complicated, warm, intelligent, energetic woman. 295
UK Trade & Investiment. 391
United fans' chance to have their say. 335
US mission aims to win backing for biotechnics. 419
US spy chief quits. 303
Visitor centre hits car park snag. 220
Vote for us ( or else. 601
Warne loses out. 108
We won't burn out ( Beckham. 790
Why we paid out pounds 200,000 for this... 470
Wireless technology puts port ahead of the rest. 378
Woman cut free. 346
Work on county football HQ starts. 194
World leading information system for North university. 451
WYG win work as Corus modernises two sites. 341
Young Farmers are up for battle. 701

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