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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (October 4, 2005)

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Title Author Type Words
`Hanging' girl spared. 86
11 killed in stampede. 215
A1 work is given the hard shoulder. 507
Accountants to be balloted on merging institutions. 226
Air crew in road drama. 394
Ali Johnson fund is nearing pounds 150,000. 503
Attack on killer illness. 405
Bassila facing derby-day knockout. 699
Betting firm staff are the losers in new deal. 126
BG wins contract as Libya opens up. 303
Boots marches market on. 270
Boss in a hot spot shows who really cares. 140
Busy time for rescuers. 317
Byers `used like puppet'. 424
Cars in driving seat as public transport slumps. 304
Chaldecott appointed managing director at CSC. 175
City in fine mess ignored advice. 389
Coaching session is a sell-out. 372
Cole: We will get this right. 460
Companies enjoying the benefits of flexi-working. 263
Conference hears the hard truth. 540
Connection scales back use of fashion logo. 183
Cornwell's incredible link with Bamburgh. 779
Crane plunge probe begins. 221
Delivery driver had 91 convictions for dishonesty. 253
Dettori back in form with 1124-1 four-timer. 134
Disaster cruise boat was hit by waves. 81
E&Y sees a rise. 312
Earning a bit on the side. 2065
England can expect happy days ( Best. 509
Famous for being a pain in the neck. 473
Farmers `driven out of beef' by price cuts. 493
Fine addition to adult picture-book genre. 236
Fundraising pupils help fulfil African dream. 240
George not at his best, but on the mend. 337
Gilchrist looks for lost form. 416
Grand way to recycle. 260
Growth suggests manufacturing industry is on the mend at lastBy Howard Walker. 190
Health on the menu. 474
Home truths. 534
Injury jinx back to plague Dyer. 453
Is this justice? 199
It's a case of fur or against. 1152
Jailhouse rocked by tie-pin ban. 160
Job loss fears as firms make the connection. 381
Karen Bartlett column. 666
Keeping It Legal. 437
Let's take control. 111
Liz Smith column. 396
Local sport factfile. 165
Man was mentally ill when he killed. 420
Marts. 995
May day for Tykes in Falcons spree. 285
Mayall breaks all the rules. 288
Merger puts boot into supermarkets. 469
Motorists are held to ransom. 214
Murray getting too much hype. 640
Murray on a roll warns his coach. 391
Nelson: A hero and a treasured friend. 420
Now that's what you call a nap! 417
Nurse wins drugs fight. 393
Orphans' plight moves Susan. 312
Owen poised to lead the attack. 532
Party donor link. 129
Pearson to handle Europe ties. 222
Percy's worth a punt. 602
Pharmacy duo create a giant. 244
Pilot's two minutes to avoid a disaster. 447
Postmaster stole pounds 46,000. 142
Productive ewes vital to life without subsidy. 187
Public inquiry call over wind farms. 311
Public inquiry will let us thrash out wind farm arguments. 1738
Reich double lifts Palace. 269
Renault on a mission. 366
Retail therapy. 476
Revenge? It's better just to move on. 269
Rises in minimum wage will hit smaller businesses hardest. 244
Rock set to pass pounds 500m in profits. 417
Sage chief fires a broadside at Navy. 472
Say it with flowers, it's cool. 239
Should health trusts merge? 125
Since you ask. 516
Source of stinking food found. 372
Speak out on new council. 349
Sports still in touch with the people. 881
Stock watch. 135
Teachers air ideas in review. 225
The gold for wickedness. 225
The real reason Aimee died. 210
To be Blunt, he was fantastic. 371
Today's agenda. 118
Top MFI man out as sales figures plummetBy Howard Walker. 347
Touchlines. 429
Training scheme helps firm to build for the future. 170
Turkish delight as it joins EU at last. 451
United on home front. 241
University boost for artistic pair. 393
Vimac extends chain of clubs. 253
Wait over for brave Woods. 557
Waiter, there's a class reward in my soup. 192
We've a right to speak out. 246
What the fans say. 429
Whitley still banished. 239
Who saw fatal crash? 166
Who will apply the brakes? 410
Whole family to enjoy Pauline's win. 428
Why Friday night is all right for Quakers fans. 316
Why have a child out of marriage? 92
Will it be Vertigo before Breakfast? 228

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