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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (April 12, 2008)

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18-month term for terrorist's brother; But NHS doctor agrees to leave country. 655
2 DAY IN 2 MINUTES: home and abroad. 452
2 DAY IN 2 MINUTES: regional news. 212
2 DAY IN 2 MINUTES: sport. 233
A taste of the exotic to tempt local tastebuds; The Journal taste northeast england Unique Japanese menu at festival. 370
Abandoned by her own father; Man spared jail after admitting cruelty to child. 154
Alarm as BT unveils its hit-list of phone boxes; Safety fears of areas without mobile signals. 545
ALASTAIR PUTS THE ACCENT ON SHADOWLANDS. 228
Anti-sleaze chief raps MPs' appeal. 207
Anya touches hearts. 289
Athletics: Britons head for Beijing via London. 389
Authority's equality scheme. 185
Barratt is 'looking to sell' commercial property wing; in association with RBS. 464
Barratt shares hit by rumours; Stocks and shares. 266
Basketball: Fab's men dig deep to win a thriller. 433
Benefit cheat's pounds 6,000 a month. 159
Benefits of faster line. 119
Biometrics UK has finger on security pulse; in association with RBS. 207
Boxing: SPORT SHORTS - Woods recalls tough baptism. 143
Boxing: SUNDERLAND'S former Commonwealth Games. 96
Boy of 13 gets 13 years for bonfire murder. 182
Boy, 12, killed in Gaza ground raid. 198
Bravo back to add some zip to Fiat. 452
Brigade union backs Labour; Candidates for super-council win support. 383
Call to ban sale of lighters to children; Fire chief has the backing of North East MP. 412
Carers in national final of NHS award. 264
Charity abseilers take the plunge; FLASHBACK Tyne Bridge is backdrop for intrepid bunch. 407
Coal group will build green HQ; Eco friendly jobs and homes are promised. 309
Council man recalled in his county. 306
Cricket: Cricket Board snub Durham; No class opposition expected for a Riverside Test. 505
Critics of plan face another hurdle; Battle over site will be fought again. 438
culture: If you're into bags, then this is for you; They come in all colours, shapes and sizes and add the finishing touch to fashion. Rachel Moses hears all about The Bag Show which previews today. 657
culture: Karine's concert was a great night out; Karine Polwart at The Journal Tyne Theatre. 209
culture: Marty shines a light on Mick and the other Rolling Stones; Rock legend Mick Jagger tells Shereen Low about the challenge of shooting Rolling Stones documentary Shine A Light. 1052
culture: Young musicians showcase talent in double-bill. 188
Dad left toddler to wander the streets; Suspended jail term on child cruelty charge. 660
Does my bumper look big in this? 381
Doing better than 'eggspected' in association with RBS. 164
Don't let your back absorb shock. 173
Don't Panic is on the way up; in association with pagebet Peter can land another victory. 574
Drug addict's remorse over part in brother's death. 272
FAMILY SLAYING - EX-PARTNER DENIES MURDER BUT ADMITS MANSLAUGHTER. 241
Farmer in no hurry to fix his tractor; Column. Column 207
Farming: controversial EU cap plans; EURO VIEW. 517
Farming: First bull from new Blue herd off to market soon; Northumberland beef farmers Malcolm Telfer and Helen Claxton have chosen to start their own pedigree herd. Jennifer MacKenzie found out more. 1067
Fashion: DEAR CAROLINE. 647
Fashion: Fashion to dye for Lisa Haynes looks at dyeing as the way forward for summer. 525
Fears grow over future of town's post office; Revamped centre may not include main PO franchise. 469
FIVE TO FOLLOW. 215
FOOTBALL SHORTS: Referees blamed; A RSENAL. 84
FOOTBALL SHORTS: Scots saddened by FA's snub; FOUR NATIONS. 121
Football: 'Sir Les' likes new Owen role. 308
Football: Another win and we'll be safe - Ian; BLUE SQUARE NORTH. 204
Football: ARNGROVE NORTHERN LEAGUE. 580
Football: Boro too slow for Woodgate; Stopper was frustrated with pace of change at club. 757
Football: Extra spice in City clash for Bardsley. 424
Football: Gillett is man to end 'war' Hopes row can now be resolved. 444
Football: Keegan's got us buzzing - Harper; The fans may not be there, but the 'Keegan Effect' is once again being felt on Newcastle's training pitches. Steve Harper tells Stuart Rayner about the return of a phenomenon. 1219
Football: NORTHERN ALLIANCE. 249
Football: Penney issues promotion warning. 530
Football: Redknapp has a 'golden touch'. 683
Football: Student Roy still looking to learn; A season that started with a survival fight will end with a fact-finding mission to New Zealand for Sunderland boss Roy Keane. Mark Douglas hears what the manager hopes to achieve from his trip Down Under. 1325
Football: UNIBOND LEAGUE. 443
Football: Ward: Fatigue is not a factor; Carlisle's gruelling programme continues at Leeds. 636
Football: WEARSIDE LEAGUE. 253
Ford muscles in with its Kuga. 584
FRAUD CHARGE REFEREE TO STAND TRIAL. 205
From dales solitude to celebrity restaurant; MY PLACE. 844
Goa murder probe detective is sacked; Mother of victim 'over the moon'. 431
Golf: Trevor's on top at Masters; Poulter the best of British. 684
Having fun with passion for books. 170
Heathrow debacle set to hit whole airport. 189
Horsebox: Funnell gears up for series. 317
Ideas for business awards challenge; in association with RBS. 283
Interview: FUNCTIONAL TRAINER. 382
Interview: RETAIL THERAPY. 363
Judge defends soldiers' rights; Parents of slain corporal welcome ruling. 750
KATE IN LIMELIGHT AS WILLIAM EARNS HIS WINGS. 174
Lenders issue strong warning over funds; in association with RBS. 258
Letter: Australia prepares to mark heroism of a Tyneside soldier and his donkey; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 195
Letter: Help needed on church traditions; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 176
Letter: Say goodbye to the Viceroy of England; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 156
Letter: Service and value at Harmony Hill; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 106
Letter: We can help you to live with diabetes; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 150
Letter: Why Sunderland need that pounds 50m; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 112
Letter: Wind debate opens door on dark issues; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 295
life: Dancing the dream; Hannah Davies speaks to Newcastle dance artist Fiona Wright on body, performance and age. 1573
Live the rural dream at Newlands House. 461
Man, 76, fell victim to pounds 100,000 scam; Warning over international fraudsters. 384
MANCHESTER United manager. 188
Mary, 88, awarded honorary degree. 295
McCanns' return to Portugal in doubt; Couple accuse police of smear campaign. 533
MMR row doctor faces disciplinary hearing. 212
Most magical birthday for Thomas, aged seven; Operation changes boy's life immediately. 488
Motorists being driven to distraction by sat navs. 354
move & improve. 182
MOVE TO RECRUIT MORE MINORITIES. 169
Mugabe bans rallies as poll crisis deepens; Other African leaders meet for summit. 338
MY LIFE; My place. 439
N'Zogbia warned to watch attitude; Boss looks for commitment. 645
New Honda estate car pumps up the volume. 555
Newsagent sells up to pursue a new career; Commercial property. 221
No hard luck story for Hobbs. 393
Not just a place in the country, but a potential livelihood too; Commercial property. 164
Offices will be sold at auction; Commercial property. 85
Patriotic Jeep is not very taxing at all. 683
Plan offers chance of better rail links; Lobbying starts ahead of 2012 funding details. 538
POINT TO POINT. 515
Project in running for award. 187
Rail link gets back on track; Mothballed line's future looks brighter. 390
Raise the roof for a brolly good show; Landlord gives his support to shelter plans. 374
Reading can be a force at Madejski; BEAT THE BOOKIE. 456
Roadshow for autism awareness. 232
Rugby League: Thunder getting ready for a rumble. 476
Rugby Union: Bates keeping build-up cool; Falcons coach refuses to let victory go to his head. 765
SHOW GOES ON AS INJURED SUZANNE SHAW NURSES HER ANKLE ON ICE; Torvill and Dean Dancing on Ice at Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle. 246
Skilful win silences Jackson's detractors; in association with pagebet. 404
Soaring food prices continue to bite. 164
Speedway: Rained-off Diamonds head for Stoke. 460
SPRINKLERS DEAL. 221
STABBED MAN ACCUSED OF PERVERTINIG COURSE OF JUSTICE. 179
Stock Watch; Stocks and shares. 288
Stretching out with A4 estate. 656
Students join forces at Northumbria. 208
Swimming: Jo and Jemma claim medals. 360
Team spirit got us out of trouble, says Keane. 584
Teenager hits road to say thanks. 262
Teenager shot in graveyard; Operation to remove bullet from thigh. 397
The car that tried to topple Bentley; CLASSIC WHEELS. 304
The Journal: A long road ahead. 87
The Journal: MoD cannot be allowed to take cover. 273
This looks like a foul bargain. 494
TIME OUT. 302
TIME OUT: Quiz of the Day. 176
Travel: Cocooned in quiet, stress-free luxury; A weekend in the Northumbrian countryside is only a short drive away, but can feel as far from the stress of the working week as a much longer trip. Graeme King spent two days based at an impressive bed and breakfast in Rothbury. 970
Travel: Female-friendly hotel break that ticks all the right boxes; Rebecca Young and her mother enjoy a spa and shopping break at Jurys Inn Leeds. 865
TV sales boosted by poor weather; in association with RBS. 240
TV STARS SEEK BODY OF EVIDENCE. 217
Vertu shares price soars on news of buy-back plan; in association with RBS. 421
Villagers given say on centre; Open day on plans to mark maritime past. 432
Voice alert test may be expanded. 120
VW cleans up the Touareg. 234
Whitewash fear on skate park inquiry; Villagers seek independent look at error. 425
Why won't things go swimmingly for me? WIFE IN THE NORTH Column. Column 650
Workmen hit by 'fume fever' Company fined for safety breaches. 219

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