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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (May 27, 2008)

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Title Author Type Words
'Keane has taken the aura of Clough into a new generation'. 637
1,200m RISE IN ONLY 2km. 90
1,730 vacancies in oil and gas sector; in association with RBS. 514
2 DAY IN 2 MINUTES: home and abroad. 469
2 DAY IN 2 MINUTES: regional news. 216
2 DAY IN 2 MINUTES: Sport. 206
A sense of living in authoritarian state. 668
Aid workers 'in child sex abuse' Charity calls for setting up of watchdog. 661
All wearing the wrong trousers. 184
Anguish goes on for tragedy family; Relatives of knife victim still grieve. 514
BAND HOPING TV TALENT JUDGES WILL BE SWEET TO THEM. 265
BIG BROTHER BOSSES HOPE FOR BRIGHTER TIMES. 177
Birdman's new challenge; Flyer Ron gets set for contest venue change. 454
Boxing: Hatton plans to be a promoter. 128
BP VENTURE DUE ON STREAM THIS YEAR; in association with RBS. 130
Businesses in flap over street names; Changes of address will involve costs. 514
Car fuel efficiency target should be set; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 267
Cats 'won't get' Jonny. 581
CCTV IMAGES OF MISSING MUM AND CHILDREN. 332
Clydesdales becoming endangered. 222
Consumers happy to splash out on holidays; in association with RBS. 303
Couple have ingredients for success in business; The Journal taste north east england. 245
Credit crunch putting North's future at risk; Government adviser tells of his worries DOGGY PADDLING AS FUDGE TAKES TO THE WAVES. 130
Credit crunch putting North's future at risk; Government adviser tells of his worries. 97
Cricket: Faith repaid as Andrew's century sees off tourists. 814
Cricket: inspired to victory by Clark. 420
Cricket: This is an innings I'll remember. 271
Culture: Ministering to our need. 671
Culture: Rock pioneers hit trail again; A double bill of classic 60s music will be at The Sage Gateshead in June when The Zombies and The Yardbirds share a stage. The Yardbirds guitarist Chris Dreja talks to Daniel Thomson. 898
D1 defends its jatropha biofuel crop expectations; in association with RBS. 455
ELECTORATE'S VIEW; Column. Column 180
EPC rules to be extended during 2008. 352
Fantastic for wages to be pocket money; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 165
Football: Barton isn't worth all the trouble; A VIEW FROM THE GALLOWGATE. 404
Football: Magpies given a Cuellar warning. 473
Football: There's room forold values - Todd; Colin Todd has seen plenty in almost four and a half decades in football. But despite the game changing beyond all recognition, he refuses to compromise the values learned under the likes of Brian Clough. Mark Douglas reports. 1257
Gannon: We're doing it right; County can be role models, insists delighted boss. 646
Gilbert on home ground. 164
Golf: SPORT SHORTS - Paisley wins spot in British squad. 104
Guest is Capable of Royal Ascot run. 412
Hays Travel to boost jobs with two new ventures; in association with RBS. 492
Hopes are rising for return of Gospels; Discussions on permanent regional home. 460
Infrastructure story just gets better; SHARE WATCH in association with RBS. 512
IT WAS THE BANK HOLIDAY WE PUT THE REST IN THE SHADE. 296
It's easy to see Inter Vision winning; Racing in association with. 325
It's hard to get Beckham's spot - Bentley. 256
It's like a Jules Verne theme park; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 82
Jankovic wary of the favourite's tag. 393
Labour MPs set to revolt over car tax; Brown urged to scrap top rise of pounds 200. 491
Lawn Tennis: Federer: Winning will be easy now; Roger passes the first hurdle. 707
Lawn Tennis: Hornets can sting Thunder Woods; RUGBY LEAGUE. 391
Leading lights of music thrill festival thousands; Sun shines for hugely-popular quayside event. 456
Life: BEAUTY THERAPY; Sex and the City. 415
Life: SEX and our CITY! With Sex and the City hitting our cinema screens tomorrow, we uncover the North East's own answer to Carrie, Miranda, Samantha and Charlotte. 1972
Magpies given a Cuellar warning. 672
Man whose life is a little less ordinary; in association with RBS. 1828
Mapping out Metro journeys. 179
McGRATH SHINES. 127
Michael fires Durham into quarter-finals. 708
Milking the crowd's attention. 203
Minister will study North's credit risk; 'Pity we must wait for harm'. 526
Motor Cycling Byrne's double. 115
New city leader to outline aims for the future. 220
Now being a healthy weight can be problem. 277
ONLY PRETENDING; Column. Column 171
PARACHUTIST AVOIDS HARD LANDING WITH A LITTLE 'DIVINE' HELP. 248
Pets kicked out as credit crunch bites; Huge rise in numbers at animal shelter. 628
PICTURES FROM MARS PROBE LEAVE SCIENTISTS OVER THE MOON. 461
Political colleagues who aren't friends; Independents exercise right to be different. 390
Reasoned look at abortion needed; Column WHAT A TO-DO OVER WEDDING PICTURES. Column 720
Sacked council worker cleared; Appeal over judgment to be lodged. 476
Spoof letter was unrecognised; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 185
The Journal: Guard against crunch. 94
The Journal: Joyous news that Gospels may return. 224
Third overall title win for farmer at County Show. 423
Thriving church's 100th birthday. 316
TIME OUT. 259
Town set for pounds 4m turbine windfall. 235
Tuck in to reunion at university. 170
up for 'fantastic day'A record crowd turn; NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY SHOW. 565
Vodafone upwardly mobile on expansion; in association with RBS. 499
Water firm's CSR policy goes platinum; in association with RBS. 393
We must treat all workers more fairly; in association with RBS. 506
Wheelchair bound for highest summit; Disabled man set to scale Ben Nevis. 451
Why it's all adding up nicely; NEXT STEP. 489
Why should we let Gordon Brown help us through the pain he created? VOICE OF THE NORTH. 394
Why were no questions asked about children? Column. Column 202
WIN TODDY'S BOOK. 89
Wrangle leaves wheelie bins on empty. 323

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