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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (August 9, 2008)

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'HE DIED PURSUING THE SPORT HE LOVED'. 253
'WORST IS OVER' FOR THE BANKS; in association with RBS. 272
100th birthday for reservoir. 223
2 DAY IN 2 MINUTES: home and abroad. 429
2 DAY IN 2 MINUTES: regional news. 200
2 DAY IN 2 MINUTES: sport. 239
A problem shared. 477
A WELL-RUN SITE. 148
Accident victim says big thank you to paramedic; Handshake at air ambulance appeal launch. 470
Affordable homes hope. 173
Almost 50% more owners lose homes; Repossessions 'to hit 45,000 by end of year'. 476
ARRESTS WARNING AS ENFORCEMENT REPLACES AMNESTY FOR KNIFE OFFENDERS; TACKLING KNIFE CULTURE. 323
Aspiring to excellence; Many aspire to live in a luxurious family home. Here, homemaker picks out some dream homes for a variety of budgets. 209
Attack on transport is our biggest threat; Risk register ranks dangers facing Britain. 344
Award celebrates enterprises that keep farms afloat; Farming. 404
BATES PLEASED WITH EFFORT AS FALCONS GO DOWN IN FRIENDLY; RUGBY UNION. 615
Beat the bloat; NUTRITIONAL THERAPY. 357
BLUE SQUARE CONFERENCE NORTH. 705
Bridle path; Horsebox. 89
Bright 'n' breezy; Lisa Haynes finds white is right this summer. 508
Call for clear leadership not dithering over stamp duty. 310
Carr's forecasts big profits jump; in association with RBS. 463
CASE OF SCIENTIST WHO REMOVED GERMS FROM LAB GOES TO HEALTH COUNCIL. 279
CASE STUDY - LEIGH MURRAY; Farming. 189
Causeway rescues have cost charity pounds 130,000; Lifeboat call-outs taking heavy toll on RNLI coffers. 499
Chance to join fun at Slaley. 222
Changing world puts our colleges in broader field; Farming Agriculture has gone through some major changes in the past decade and the way the farmers of tomorrow are educated is altering too, as Karen Dent reports. 673
CHILD CRUSHED. 185
COUNTY DURHAM LEAGUES. 758
Court dismisses price-fix claims. 302
Cream of the North's big target; Horsebox 11 named for British event. 543
Cricket: SPORT SHORTS - Perfect partners. 120
Criminals cash in on cannabis. 99
Culture: Celebration of unique slice of city green life. 205
Culture: Graduate shows a good place to pick up pieces of art; NEWCASTLEGATESHEAD Art Fair Andy Balman, co-director of NewcastleGateshead Art Fair 2008, continues his series with some advice on where to start your art collection. 485
culture: Living the dream; Best-selling author Eoin Colfer will be entertaining on Tyneside this weekend. Daniel Thomson talks to the creator of Artemis Fowl ARTEMIS FOWL. 978
culture: The Journal culture club. 222
D'Or in treble bid. 123
DEAR CAROLINE. 638
DOUBT LINGERS. 210
Draw is kind to boxing hopefuls. 240
DRUG STOCKPILED TO TREAT FLU PANDEMIC. 159
Durham stars weigh in to help captain's dream start; Collingwood and Harmison turn on style. 804
Engineering college gets its own jet aircraft; in association with RBS. 314
English hoping for better display; SPEEDWAY. 491
Enviable pedigree gives flavour of bygone days; Cake recipes passed down generations. 969
Environmental concerns alter planning rules; The law room When it comes to making changes to your home, what do you need permission for and will these rules change? Planning law expert Paul Courtine explains all. 511
FAMILIES HEAD FOR FAIRWAYS. 173
Fans happy to back boss's silver dream; United front in support of Ashley vision. 709
Fiat Abarth - back with a vengeance; Executive Motoring. 667
Footbal: Irishman comes in to replace Wright; Striker seals loan move to Quakers. 675
Footbal: RE/MAX NORTHERN ALLIANCE. 367
Footbal: WEARSIDE LEAGUE. 372
FOOTBALL SHORTS: Madrid rule out deal for Robinho; CHELSEA. 83
FOOTBALL SHORTS: Rafael's red alert; LIVERPOOL. 89
Football: Pool's hungry fighters give Wilson hope; Manager drawing on players' ambition to succeed. 593
FREE pounds 2 BET ON THE NORTH EAST'S PREMIER LEAGUE TEAMS; The Journal: Offer. 562
Frustration over bid to extend waste tip; Neighbours form landfill protest group. 730
Gavin backs team-mates to get among the medals; Frankie provides the inspiration for Jeffries. 952
Girl saved by lunch box as pillar falls. 193
Glorious views come with the territory. 119
Graffiti artists come out of the shadows; Famous scrawls on walls are to feature in film. 399
Great choice for starters; It seems as difficult as ever for first-time buyers to get their feet onto the property ladder. Here we give them a helping hand by picking out a range of well-priced starter homes. 581
Great NI scheme allowed to wither. 622
GSK shares price gains ground; Stocks and shares. 255
Handbook gives many car owners peace of mind; Executive Motoring. 222
Hard to raise a cheer for Hips; house doctor A year after their introduction, house doctor Peter Fall looks at Hips and is unimpressed. 717
Head chef dreaming of Basque Country; MY PLACE. 577
HOLIDAY OF THE WEEK. 310
home life; This week, property sales expert Louise Mould of Countylife Homes answers our questions on her home life. 593
Horse Racing: FIVE TO FOLLOW; in association with Pagebet. 243
Horse Racing: Moore in line for a day of winners; in association with Pagebet Switch should pay for Ryan. 547
Horse Racing: Shergar Cup takes some swallowing; in association with Pagebet. 390
How a Canadian band heralded a yearly treat; FLASHBACK. 435
Hunt for Madeleine moves to Holland. 280
IT'S a tough old property. 269
Jaguar XF is sound investment; EXECUTIVE motoring. 286
JESSICA SPEAKS OUT IN CAMPAIGN AGAINST DEADLY DISEASE. 554
Judge's fury at freeing of vicious thug; Savage attack took place while on bail. 428
Keane is content to settle for what he's got. 650
Key blames the pitch for Kent's demise; Captain upset by Durham win. 705
Large farmhouse with stables and grazing field. 121
Law protects public from danger; TACKLING KNIFE CULTURE. 288
Let killers serve life behind bars; EXCLUSIVE Victims' families support police chief's tough talk. 180
Letter: VOICE OF THE NORTH - Altered natural order on our grouse moors. 171
Letter: VOICE OF THE NORTH - Fears for wildlife in grounds of hall. 198
Letter: VOICE OF THE NORTH - Leaders should unite to agree on nuclear. 270
Letter: VOICE OF THE NORTH - Metro upgrade cash is very welcome but its conditions are unforgivable. 275
Letter: VOICE OF THE NORTH - Privatising utilities has been disastrous; TOM MOUNTAIN. 235
Letter: VOICE OF THE NORTH - Tell me how to get letters published. 81
Letter: VOICE OF THE NORTH - We didn't vote for a regional assembly. 95
LOCATED within an exclusive. 109
Make up to smile about; Hannah Davies speaks to internet sensation Tynesider Lauren Luke on her overnight celebrity and launching her own make-up line BEAUTY. 703
Make-up to smile about. 849
Making a noise about hush-hush technology; Executive Motoring. 182
Many temptations of the modern apartment. 723
Mercedes SLK is a cut above; Executive Motoring. 564
Ministers attacked for underfunding voting incentives; Inducements to improve turn out questioned. 416
Modern rural design; in association with smartnewhomes.com. 286
Mourners pay tribute to soldier; Dog handler killed after staying on in Afghanistan. 583
Murphy looking to fill striking gap. 642
Murray sets sights on double. 322
MY LIFE; My Place. 453
New community centre gets go-ahead. 168
New lease of life for salmon hatchery; Environment Editor Tony Henderson goes behind the scenes of the Tyne's success as a reborn salmon river Environment. 780
New to the market. 83
Nicky in control at home of golf; Guru Harrison lifts Maddison. 631
Nissan really perfects its new crash-proof car; Executive Motoring. 300
NORTH TODAY: Hunt for thief; CRIME. 91
NORTH TODAY: Winning Forum; COMMUNITY. 87
NORTHERN ROCK NORTH EAST PREMIER LEAGUE. 510
NORTHUMBERLAND LEAGUES PREVIEW. 558
OCCUPYING a spacious corner. 117
Official rubbishes talk of Miliband challenge; Rebellious MPs told to shut up. 460
Ohuruogu v Sanders in race at Gateshead; ATHLETICS. 441
Olympics open in spectacular style; Extravaganza features a cast of 14,000. 522
on the market in DH8. 174
Pacific; David Mastin trials Tahiti on a South Pacific cruise. 1256
Parents warned on toy danger; Yo-Yo Balls are confiscated by safety officers. 193
Peace and quiet in pretty period cottage. 106
Perfect ingredients for exclusive living. 657
Picturesque village is steeped in rich history; Around the region The village of Blanchland has always been popular among buyers at the top end of the property market. Aranda Garrard finds out more. 470
Pitch battle finally won; Young players secure funds for new home. 442
Police chief gets tough on killers; EXCLUSIVE TACKLING KNIFE CULTURE Senior officer calls for whole life sentences. 862
Porsche reveals new Targas; Executive Motoring. 401
Potential and character; move & improve this week's choice property with bags of potential. 160
Practical and stylish; in association with smartnewhomes.com. 509
Protect your garden; It won't be easy to avoid pests and diseases in the garden this summer, no matter what the weather does, says Hannah Stephenson. 627
Protests at moves to demolish estate pub. 202
Pub on city's leisure circuit; Commercial Property. 211
Quiet spot with transport links offers all a family needs. 128
Rates on hold but some light in gloom. 541
Ray hanging up his tape after 40 years; End of an era as menswear shop closes. 461
RBS posts first loss in 40 years; in association with RBS. Financial report 433
READER HOLIDAY. 146
Regeneration firm praised in new study. 230
RETAIL THERAPY. 347
Roadworks start; NORTH TODAY TRAFFIC. 121
Ronaldo could lengthen stay, claims Sir Alex; Ferguson looks long-term. 645
Rose rises to top as his rivals wilt. 455
Ruthless Boro hit Sparta for six. 307
Sage visitors 'lucky to escape injury'. 305
Sandwich business attracting interest; Commercial Property. 101
Season set to start with fireworks. 449
Shay hopes to leave injury woes behind; 'Sicknote' Given out to regain 'Lazarus' reputation After two seasons of uncharacteristic injury problems, Shay Given is hoping the new campaign brings a fresh start. 678
Show homes cause a stir. 500
Showfields are a stunning sight; Susie White's tour of some of the best gardens in the region takes her to Heddon in Northumberland. gardens of the North East. 630
SKILLCENTRELTD NORTHERN LEAGUE. 512
Small, but perfect; If you have a cloakroom/wc, then it's time to spruce it up for guests. Clare Jobson shows you how. 418
Soaking up success in spa business; my working week For Peter Hunter, a spot of pampering does not mean booking into a luxury hotel - especially when the experience can be enjoyed at home. Here, the hot tub company boss gives us an insight into his working week. 1048
Social life on doorstep in lively Sandyford. 114
Spanish Aspid is a real scorcher on the track; Executive Motoring. 404
Sporty Audi shakes things up; Executive Motoring. 657
Spreading turmoil of the crunch; in association with RBS. 702
Stock Watch; Stocks and shares. 298
Studio looks to healthy growth of diet products; in association with RBS. 208
Teenager jailed for brutal street attack. 452
The Journal: An interesting ruling. 121
The Journal: Go-ahead for turbines - or maybe not. 232
The marriage of; Wedd ings. 268
Things hotting up with Cayman S; Executive Motoring. 293
three of a kind; Homes by the sea have great appeal. Francesca Craggs highlights three coastal proper ties. 290
Thunder start to roll again; Only the league title will do, warns coach Woods. 455
Time is right for used Volvos. 290
TIME OUT. 279
TIME OUT: Quiz of the Day. 163
Title race comes first for Benkenstein. 410
Town and country living in one spot. 266
Try your home before you buy! meet the developer This week, homemaker talks to the team at Dunelm Homes to find out about their new ideas to help buyers secure the home of their dreams. 551
United front in fight to save PO; Petition attracts even more names than expected. 398
United star seeking to emulate Lee; Guthrie delighted with goal-scoring start. 808
Van driver who died in crash is named. 204
VIEW OF THE GAMES. 82
What you can buy for about pounds 350,000. 205
WHAT'S HOT? My Place. 107
Why Miliband has to cast the net wide. 992
Widower shocked as grave laid flat; Council staff 'moved stone for safety'. 458
Wind farm wins guarded go-ahead; But turbines must not disrupt radar. 391
Yobs cleared out of drink-and-drugs hideaway. 285

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