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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (April 15, 2008)

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'I'm amazed every day'. 249
'Jordan would be doing somersaults' Family launch fund for new cancer ward. 744
'Pretty horrid' output figures spread gloom; in association with RBS. 531
'Special' dividend plan; in association with RBS. 210
2 DAY IN 2 MINUTES: home and abroad. 489
2 DAY IN 2 MINUTES: regional news. 208
2 DAY IN 2 MINUTES: sport. 213
Adverts may mean the rich hospitals get richer. 525
Arriva buys stake in Hungarian firm; in association with RBS. 557
AUTHOR JK ROWLING GIVES EVIDENCE IN COURT BATTLE. 133
BEAUTY THERAPY. 352
Benitez ponders his Reds future; Spaniard feels unsettled. 419
Biting into my pension; High Court boost for ex-policeman. 539
Blitz cracks down on petty crime and arson. 254
Bold Choice looks like a sound bet; Racing in association with pagebet. 384
Bridging learning gap; DIPLOMAS. 109
Bring your taste buds to life; The Journal taste north east england Join us at the big event for everyone who likes to eat and drink. 1076
BRITAIN TODAY: Cleaners call; HOSPITALS. 83
BRITAIN TODAY: RAF men killed; MILITARY. 134
Brown insists he's listening; Poll highlights lost confidence in Government. 436
Cabbies threaten stations blockade; Rail operator in move to increase rents. 394
Calzaghe wants a place in history. 556
CAMPAIGN PROVIDES FOOD FOR THOUGHT; THE NATIIONAL TRUST. 378
CAREER HISTORY OF RECORD-PRICE PLAYER. 189
Companies must take responsibility; in association with RBS. 343
Council snooping treats ordinary family like Mafia villains. 425
COUNCILLOR TAKES A FIRST-HAND LOOK AT SOCIAL CARE WORK. 288
County town row grows; New claim in long running title battle. 610
Cricket: Cook's recipe for Harmison. 421
Cricket: Durham's the only team for me now. 618
Cricket: Michael Di Venuto enjoyed his first season at Durham so much he decided to become an Italian. Chief sports writer Luke Edwards explains why the Australian opener was so desperate to return to the Riverside. 730
Cricket: Watch out for my brother Ben - Steve. 532
culture: Chance for young to join Empire's gang. 279
culture: Finding Nemo promises visual masterpiece on ice. 352
culture: Glass centre trawls far and wide for sea's hidden beauties; Creatures from the deep are surfacing in Sunderland. Barbara Hodgson hears more. 723
culture: Swapping ambulance for broomstick; A paramedic is setting real-life drama aside to take centre stage - as a witch. Victoria Leggett spells out what it's all about. 975
Customers cower as ram raiders try to smash into supermarket. 269
Devoted to helping cats in need of a home; Hannah Davies meets the people who are mad about moggies and devote their spare time to caring for the region's unwanted kitties. 1306
DRAGONS' DEN STAR SLAMS 'RIDICULOUS' CHANGES TO TAX SYSTEM. 188
Duke's shop centre loses pounds 190m value; in association with RBS. 166
Experts try to find work for Electrolux workers. 232
Farmer devastated after pounds 17,000 raid; Rural crime becoming big problem. 391
Farming groups defend biofuels; Farming. 505
Financial warning on failure to protect struggling rape crops; Farming. 461
FOOTBALL SHORTS: 'The Perfect One' COUNTDOWN TO THE 128TH TYNE-WEAR LEAGUE DERBY TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR. 87
FOOTBALL SHORTS: Millers get out the begging bowl; ROTHERHAM UNITED. 98
Football: Chelsea's title hopes fading; Heskey leveller increases pressure on Blues. 869
Football: Late fightback sinks aggressive Blades; COUNTDOWN TO THE 128TH TYNE-WEAR LEAGUE DERBY. 314
Football: Quakers recall winger. 275
Football: Sir Alex won't get carried away yet. 437
Football: This is as big as it gets - Ferdinand; COUNTDOWN TO THE 128TH TYNE-WEAR LEAGUE DERBY Les Ferdinand became a derby hero when he headed Newcastle's winner at Roker Park 12 years ago. But, as he tells Mark Douglas, it is a memory tinged with disappointment. 1360
Football: Tyne-Wear derby; COUNTDOWN TO THE 128TH TYNE-WEAR LEAGUE DERBY. 127
Football: We owe fans gift of a win - Taylor; COUNTDOWN TO THE 128TH TYNE-WEAR LEAGUE DERBY. 315
Funding boost for 'castless' healing trials. 238
Golf: Masters champion still in awe of Tiger. 462
Graduate killed in crash was planning to give up expeditions. 208
GRAVITY WINS BATTLE FOR ROW OF CLIFF-EDGE HOMES. 206
GROUP CALLS FOR SOLUTION TO PARKING PROBLEMS. 294
Half of single OAPs on breadline. 355
Hockey: Brave Sunderland miss out. 203
How can we drain swamp of ideology? Bishop joins fight against nationalists. 401
Inn back in the family - with top quality award; in association with RBS. 287
Inspector throws out developer's appeal. 189
Iraqi shot by British soldier set to receive pounds 2m. 322
IS SHAMELESS NOW A COMEDY OR A TRAGEDY? 201
It was down to bad luck, insists Gallas; 'Big shame we've won nothing'. 608
Job fears as growth firm faces break-up; in association with RBS. 235
Johnson shares boost; DISPOSAL. 114
JUST THE PLACE TO WHET YOUR APPETITE. 384
Keane: Dean has perfect attitude. 601
KITCHEN CAPERS; Karaoke served up in the kitchen. It could only be the home of flamboyant North East hairstylists Gary Hooker and Michael Young. 218
Legend's search ends in sadness; Footballing hero learns of tragedy. 496
Letter: All passengers with bus passes welcome; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 155
Letter: Banks unlikely to be converts to altruism; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 138
Letter: Search for relatives in Newcastle area; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 108
Letter: Strolling casually into '1984' society; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 185
Letter: Too much sport, I'm off to Radio 4; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 108
Letter: We're all right, Jack, but what about countries that can't get uranium? VOICE OF THE NORTH. 413
New acquisition will push Pugh's turnover to pounds 20m. 269
New test detects HIV in 15 minutes; Bid to introduce service regionwide. 503
NORTH TODAY: Church open day; RELIGION. 91
NORTH TODAY: Taking plunge; SWIMMING. 85
North will weather the credit storm; in association with RBS. 340
Organs taken from body of Scarlett. 178
Positive update by Sage fails to impress the City; in association with RBS. 265
pounds 2,000 TO SPEND AT BARKER AND STONEHOUSE TO BE WON; BARKER AND STONEHOUSE. 227
Quiz of the Day. 190
RAF HALTS BOMBING EXERCISES TO HELP WORK ON ANCIENT PEAT BOGS. 275
Rallying call in the post over closures; Parish council sends note to householders. 552
Rock yet to pass on interest rate cuts; Troubled bank fails to heed Premier's call. 457
Rugby Union: Andrew to name England's new man; SCRUM DOWN. 242
Rugby Union: SHARKS CIRCLE THE BIG TIME; SCRUM DOWN. 185
Rugby Union: Tyne dale aretop of the bill; Beaumont to present winners with their trophy SCRUM DOWN. 602
Sage shares are marked down; Stocks and shares. 262
Shareholders await green light on judicial review. 248
Sheffield Wednesday 1 Plymouth Argyle 1; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 148
SPORT SHORTS: Sanders treble; RACING. 90
Standoff in wrangle over McCann leaks; Family aide and police trade insults. 422
Stock Watch; Stocks and shares. 187
SUSPENDED. 248
Take care, Americans are expensive; A VIEW FROM THE GALLOWGATE Paul Dixon has been following Newcastle United for more than 35 years, 16 of which have been as a season ticket holder in the Gallowgate End at St James's Park. Each week in his column, he takes a wry look at all things football - from a black-andwhite perspective. Column 390
Taking it slowly; Restaurateur Cristina De Giorgi is behind a feast of gourmet events soon to challenge the region's tastebuds. 320
The decks are tilting madly, Mr Brown. 666
The Journal: Hope will defeat hate. 83
The Journal: Lives depend on our drive to change. 200
THE NEXT STEP; in association with RBS. 500
Thousands of deaths in North blamed on pollution; Pneumonia linked to engine fumes, says top doctor. 213
TIME OUT: Name the Year. 273
Toffs forges partnership with Italy's 'old lady' MADE IN THE NORTH-EAST in association with RBS. 161
Travelling 4,000 miles to get hitched at Hogwarts; Potter fans get lessons in magic of love. 460
United target Rams' Barnes; Keegan wants injection of youth in Magpies set-up. 692
UP TO 1,000 CHILDREN A YEAR HIT BY PNEUMONIA BUG. 294
Vehicle pollution a killer - professor; Study says thousands have died. 476
VILLAGERS HOPING COMMUNITY SPIRIT WILL LAND NATIONAL TITLE. 307
We asked local chefs to tell us their most memorable food experience. 183

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