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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (October 20, 2007)

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Title Author Type Words
'Local power plan' row; Tax Alliance hits out at 'glorified focus groups'. 578
A muddle in the middle. 1023
A unique lifestyle opportunity; commercial property. 278
An award-winning restaurant and bar; commercial property. 256
Angling: Whitley Bay Open joy for Archer; SEA Angling. 479
Athletics: Sport SHORTS - Relay hopes. 96
Basketball: Eagles rise to league summit; Great run of results continues in Sheffield scrap. 744
Bitter sales for shop owners. 187
Caring youngsters raise pounds 1,733 for St Oswald's Hospice. 260
Caring, sharing co-op; Hannah Davies discovers how one 'Little Woman' built up a business empire against the odds of education, experience and gender. 1865
Cash boost to leave UK. 153
Cashing in with Nissan's Qashqai. 209
Conference centre earns eco 'Oscar'. 199
Country-wide call for three-tier schools; Independent inquiry told of reduced 'trauma'. 633
Crew who risked lives honoured; Firefighters rescued woman from icy lake. 374
Cricket: Mustard in shock over England call. 728
culture: Alan Coren dies at 69. 189
culture: Hot TICKET. 103
culture: Lord to spread Durham word; For years Jon Lord rocked the charts with heavy metal. Neil McKay hears how the former Deep Purple keyboard player turned classical. 747
culture: Mission accompished; Strictly Dancing, Birmingham Royal Ballet, Sunderland Empire until tonight. 191
culture: Still huge scope for Editors. 173
Driving at 180mph in name of safety. 780
Every bit of value must be squeezed; In association with RBS. 409
Extra beer on tap for thirsty fans. 443
Fast forward UK; In association with RBS. 107
Find design flair to please market; In association with RBS. 461
Football SHORTS: Mersey heat. 83
Football SHORTS: Staunton's job on line. 85
Football: Arngrove Northern League. 596
Football: Bantams can bring out Quakers' best. 385
Football: Blyth in bid to arrest decline; Blue Square North. 296
Football: Caig: I'll cement my place in side; Goalkeeper aims to become first choice. 611
Football: Expect a thriller, Gordon. 165
Football: FA Trophy first qualifying round. 530
Football: Grant 'reminds me of Scholes' Bright future is predicted for Cats star The first time Roy Keane saw Grant Leadbitter he thought the midfielder might be too slight to make his Championship side. Now, he is angry the midfielder is not an Under-21 international. Stuart Rayner reports on an impressive transformation. 1283
Football: I'm happy at St James's - Sam; England 'is not on my radar', says United manager. 804
Football: Keane's ready to browse abroad. 655
Football: Ledley King. 127
Football: McCartney relishing encounter. 371
Football: Mido back for treble attempt. 561
Football: Northern Alliance. 277
Football: Tactics switch to lift star duo; Sam tinkers to get Owen and Martins firing together. 728
Football: Wearside League. 266
Football: Why they could be seeing red in big derby; SPORTS BETTING Beat the Bookie THE Journal's resident sports betting expert takes a look at the prices on offer this weekend. 496
Football: Wilson gunning for the leaders. 421
Fundraising. 247
Golf: BARNARD Castle's Robert Dinwiddie. 186
Golf: Lean times for Ryder heroes. 152
Grumpy old women live. 117
Hodgson to call for vital funding. 165
holiday of the week. 186
Horse Racing: Five to follow. 188
Horse Racing: Hard work pays off as Caroline makes grade; Horsebox. 578
Horse Racing: Notnowcato looks to move from last to first. 520
Horse Racing: Sanders streak. 121
Horse Racing: Trainer's fitness regime pays off. 485
Horse Racing: Turnbull revives Elwick lineage; Doug Moscrop gets a history lesson as he talks to connections of leading Cesarewitch contender Macorville. 701
How we grew to love the Angel; flash back. 373
Ice Hockey: Returning Andre likely to square up to old foe. 492
Idealism that unites Africa DIY aid team; Unlikely group pooling their skills to build school for Tanzanian community. 1204
In footsteps of much loved philanthropist. 518
Incentive plea over toll plans. 250
It's all kicking off on big day; World Cup Final Excitement reaches fever pitch as eyes of the world focus on Falcons star's legendary left foot. 645
Land in shadow of poverty. 139
Lawn Tennis: Murray vows to return stronger; Briton aims for top 10. 455
Legal view; farming. 509
Letter: Voice of the North - Don't allow yourselves to be taken for granted. 230
Letter: Voice of the North - Lib Dems insisted care costs be met. 158
Letter: Voice of the North - Macmillan Support can advise on wills. 182
Letter: Voice of the North - No anti-car conspiracy operates in Newcastle. 267
Letter: Voice of the North - Please support this year's Poppy Appeal. 193
Letter: Voice of the North - Please support this year's Poppy Appeal. 280
Letter: Voice of the North - There are spots where bumps are necessary. 195
Living beauty: A perfect look takes practice; The Journal discovers how to apply make-up like the professionals. 732
Living beauty: dear caroline. 738
Living interview: Not all fats are bad for you; getting fit in association with Greens Healthy Living. 407
Living interview: retail therapy. 408
Living interview: showbiz gossip. 105
Make sure you know smoke law. 242
Mazda cleans up with diesel. 537
More flat-pack homes on way. 325
More Metro misery as vandals damage track. 463
Motor Racing: Lewis escapes a tyres penalty; McLaren made to pay fine for '100% team mistake'. 540
motoring: Car of the Year finalists revealed. 112
motoring: It takes your breath away. 334
motoring: Jaguar X-Type's fresh appeal inside and out. 113
Murder inquiry launched after man's body found in flat. 215
my life. 453
my place; Barbara Gubbins, head of The Children's Foundation gives The Journal her "My Place". 856
New tunnel being built on dry land. 165
Obsessed with the Maddie case. 517
Onassis looks to Gateshead; In association with RBS. 245
One voice on transport; New regional body to give travellers a smooth ride. 587
PADDY'S PUNTS. 325
Papal blessing at grand opening. 191
Parents accused of killing their baby; Mother bailed and father held in custody. 306
Police VIP treat for youngsters who found shotgun. 308
pounds 260m bill in the pipeline. 107
Pretty as a picture. 495
Prime Minister sends a message of support to Pakistan. 134
Pub in England's best village; commercial property. 139
Race row scientist pulls out of event. 544
Range of options at old church; commercial property. 102
Rapist veteran jailed; Court told of victim's ordeal. 567
Red letter day; commercial property. 84
Renowned scientist dies at 92; World authority on dental health had wide interests. Obituary 502
Report warns of CCTV failures. 327
Rugby Union: Falcons looking for power pack; Walton challenging forwards to set the record straight. 707
Rugby Union: Four weeks ago, we were staring down the barrel of a gun ... we deserve to be in this final! Rallying call from Vickery. 1011
Rugby Union: Heroic rugby's not for Burger; 'We'll stick to doing the basics well'. 540
Rugby Union: Inspired Lamont denies Sarries. 393
Rugby Union: Pumas stun French again to take bronze medal. 473
Rugby Union: Regan will pump up the volume and rock 'n' roll. 492
Rugby Union: Robinson hoping for victorious farewell. 294
Rugby Union: Tait goes with the flow to stay relaxed. 538
Sales of Lexus hybrids booming. 185
School facing closure; Death knell just after 150th anniversary. 400
Second arrest over shooting. 131
Sell-off leaves Aga at home on the range; In association with RBS. 169
SFO to look at phone-in scam; Findings may lead to criminal investigation. 514
Speedway: Auty to miss out on Bears decider. 157
Stake in Umbro taken by JJB; In association with RBS. 246
Stitching a tribute; Quilting gran raises pounds 1,000 in memory of Josie. Obituary 418
Sturdy Suffolks live up to performance expectation; farming Tom Darling has great confidence in the future of the Suffolk as a commercial terminal sire. 729
Subaru plan to Impreza family drivers. 685
Surge of farm sales likely to beat tax rise; farming. 271
Surprise phone call is just the ticket. 319
Talk of brain drain nonsense - Tesco; In association with RBS. 373
THE DARK SIDE OF EDINBURGH; Hannah Davies takes a terrifying tour of Edinburgh's Grassmarket in time for Halloween ... 1445
The Journal: One more step to glory. 108
The Journal: Planning has to go beyond local limits. 294
There are a few rogue big boys out there that even Bruce Willis couldn't blow up; in my view. 700
TIME OUT. 302
TIME OUT: Quiz of the Day. 194
Treaty debate promise; But Brown rules out referendum. 471
Truant's mum risks jail. 260
Two arrested after policeman hit by stolen car. 376
Tyne travelling; 40th anniversary marked by paying off tunnel mortgage. 554
TYNELINE. 204
Weddings The Journal. 323
Weekend service subject to delays. 178
When a pint of beer cost 9p. 87
Why pig farmers are praising Morrisons; farming. 184
With help from her little friends; Environment Editor Tony Henderson on making the most of Mr Mole's endeavours. 743

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