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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (March 18, 2008)

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'We would be surrounded, it would be intolerable. We would be living in the middle of a power station.' Couple in fear of turbines. 564
11% rise in North business start-ups; in association with RBS. 602
2 DAY IN 2 MINUTES: home and abroad. 452
2 DAY IN 2 MINUTES: regional news. 210
2 DAY IN 2 MINUTES: sport. 232
2,000 jobs face axe; Rock to shed one-third of workforce. 501
60th Metro station opens with safety as key. 345
Bank of England pumps pounds 5bn into frozen money markets. 1074
Borodins produce chamber music performance of year. 373
Brown's restraint plea to China. 181
Burrell 'took ring from body'. 186
Buy-out news sees market fall; Stocks and shares BUSINESS TODAY in two minutes. 266
Cameron's poll boost. 120
Card not contested; FOOTBALL SHORTS WATFORD. 83
Catering for success; THE NEXT STEP. 268
Centre safe from threat; Axe is lifted from advice point. 403
Children link with peers in Tanzania. 169
City centre ban on yobs; Group terrorised area for years. 399
Clean-break maintenance means that she can't go back for more; The McCartney divorce judgment - comment by barrister Ian Kennerley, head of family law at Dickinson Dees LLP Newcastle. 505
Council set to approve village conservation area. 141
Council's pledge on new ground; FOOTBALL SHORTS CARDIFF CITY. 87
Couple lay foundations for first animal hospital; in association with RBS. 444
Cricket: County game is secret to success; Work pays off for Sidebottom. 759
Cricket: Patel to oversee 'exciting time for game'. 317
Damage should not be forgotten' Farming. 228
Drunken teen bit pigeon's head off; Grisly incident shot on mobile phone. 550
Fantasy bet to be a real-life winner; Racing in association with Pagebet. 409
Farmers take to streets to fight for their future; Farming. 431
Firm faces pounds 1/2 m arson attack bill; Coaches are destroyed in blaze. 423
FMD - Defra 'not to blame'. 304
Football: Cats duo make Burley's squad; FOOTBALL SHORTS SCOTLAND. 160
Football: Cats target fancies a return to England. 616
Football: Earnshaw excluded; FOOTBALL SHORTS WALES. 174
Football: Gretna find a new landlord; Next two home matches switched to Livingston. 598
Football: HAMMER NANI. 145
Football: Keegan heartened by battling point. 898
Football: New boys in side; FOOTBALL SHORTS NORTHERN IRELAND. 103
Football: Owen shows Capello what he's missing; Michael gives United's survival bid the kiss of life. 1439
Football: We must toughen up, Laursen warns; Villa aiming to bounce back. 501
Former executive warns of difficult times ahead. 120
Gloria takes nothing for granted and lives for the day; Health Kate Whiting speaks to Gloria Hunniford on good health and coping with family tragedy. 1175
Golf: Sandy's in for Ryder captain; Lyle's on the list to lead 2010 team. 320
Good idea to build for the future; A VIEW FROM THE GALLOWGATE. 407
Guillemots ring the chan; They took flight with their debut album. Now the Guillemots talk to Andy Welch about their second. 872
Health worries may ruin Beijing event; Events could be postponed. 526
Hicks firm in tribunal hearings. 285
Hockey: Seven-up Durham roar to the title. 398
Home's better for Neighbour; Star thrilled to be back after spell in Australia SCRUM DOWN. 806
Horse Racing: Moore snapped up for tilt at Lincoln; Lyons enlist ex-champion. 642
Hotel's bedroom theme unveiled. 259
In brief. 299
Innovation strategy is a step forward; in association with RBS. 397
Jail for kidnap trio after retrial. 385
Jaycare owners to close factories. 282
Jobcentres are shut by walkout; 80,000 civil servants launch 48-hour strike. 435
Laughter may be the only answer. 564
Let's look to the present - before the future. 387
Letter: VOICE OF THE NORTH - Plenty of examples of celebrity culture. 104
Letter: VOICE OF THE NORTH - Political parties are ignoring the voters. 202
Letter: VOICE OF THE NORTH - Talent will flourish if we have a theatre. 154
Letter: VOICE OF THE NORTH - Time to take pride in our Englishness. 157
Letter: VOICE OF THE NORTH - We need to provide local jobs for local people. 237
Letter: VOICE OF THE NORTH - You can get closer to Jesus in a church. 107
Life: BEAUTY THERAPY; Health. 439
Magnifico finally lives up to name. 358
Managing conflicts of interest; GOOD ADVICE. 331
Measly awards add insult to injury. 328
Mechanic who had sex with girl, 13, spared jail. 351
Mills and boom; pounds 24.3m deal with Paul will see Heather set up for life. 695
More sows are culled; Farming. 173
Mum raps military inquest gag bid. 429
New generation of devices. 258
No faults are spied here. 341
North 'loses' pounds 102m; Lib Dems reveal biggest Olympics losers. 518
North man held in pounds 21.5m drugs bust; Spanish police in cocaine probe. 461
North Today: Historic name for new woods. 327
North Today: Laws needed to protect seabirds; North maritime sites listed as 'important'. 463
North Today: pounds 240,000 facelift to restore theatre to its former glory. 300
North Today: Son denies murder. 109
Northgate aims to make major inroads in Europe. 296
Park row councillor resigns; Protest at way 'blunder' was handled. 408
Platini put off by plastic. 243
Plot-watch in doubt; Move to build house to watch allotments. 438
Property ladder proves slippery. 159
Reward for bag snatch hero, 62. 240
Rick's gags see him crowned as Britain's funniest student. 340
Ridiculous ruling on Camille's future. 240
Rugby Union: Gatland: I could do job for Lions; SPORT SHORTS. 153
Rugby Union: Scots urged to find consistency; SPORT SHORTS. 146
Scarlett's death - a puzzler. 106
Sex bias tribunal retires. 343
Shannon: police chief on attack; People claiming tip-offs are fantasists, he says. 669
Southern Cross continues rapid expansion; in association with RBS. 161
Spare pair of hands; in association with RBS. 90
Splashing way to try out pool. 329
Stock Watch; Stocks and shares. 202
Study backs home work; Less stress and burnout for staff. 405
Teenager punched to death in controversy club. 395
The Journal: A new start rather than a definite end. 233
The Journal: But, she's still only 13. 80
There must be no human price for pits rebirth. 328
Thunder deserve more fans, says Paul; SCRUM DOWN. 496
TIME OUT: Quiz of the Day. 188
Tony has the whole county covered. 372
TV colleagues say sad farewell to Carol. 304
We're shown smart way to save pounds 50m; New meters will let households find out about energy use By Tony Henderson Environment Editor. 626
Why Magpies need Viduka; Mark Viduka's fitness problems have meant he has been unable to justify his lucrative contract at Newcastle United this season. But, as chief sports writer Luke Edwards argues, he could still be the difference between safety and relegation. 670

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