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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (May 29, 2008)

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2 DAY IN 2 MINUTES: home and abroad. 401
2 DAY IN 2 MINUTES: regional news. 215
2 DAY IN 2 MINUTES: sport. 219
A WELLY FINE WAY TO SPEND THE DAY. 295
Academics to make science fiction fact; Aim to solve identity fraud and store data. 523
Afghan blast soldier's funeral. 205
Anderson hopes to survive Keane cull. 642
Andy hits back at his clay critics; Scot's best display on surface. 417
ANGLERS BEAT THE WEATHER AT WITTON CASTLE; GAME Angling. 506
Another factory in China for Nissan; in association withRBS. 171
Audience fails to fall for Irresistible charms. 190
Baddest boxer in town. 148
Baseball attack on sister. 142
Big rise in demand for social care help; Costs are not keeping pace with funding. 304
Big spender still stays in the black; Newcastle one of eight clubs to make profit. 656
Boldon's Dave, aka Fabio, does a very English thing. 392
Burberry's move east dresses up its figures; in association withRBS. 315
Bus will take Ringtons to nation of tea drinkers; in association with CODE WORKS CONNECT Supporting Digital Industry. 337
Business champion is to lead new skills council. 322
C&W make preliminary offer for rival Thus; in association withRBS. 225
CHARITY FETE IN TRIBUTE TO HEALTHCARE HOME NURSE. 360
Cheating husband faces life for plot; Policewoman was killed for insurance. 496
CHIP SHOTS: Allendale put on a real show; TEEING OFF STABLEFORD OPEN. 223
CHIP SHOTS: CELEBRITIES LINED UP; TEEING OFF. 119
CHIP SHOTS: Course control; TEEING OFF R&A SERVICE. 93
comedy; Today 's TV. 96
Costly fight against the invaders; Battle to control non-native plants and animals. 725
Councillors and MP back residents' fears over cafe. 183
Culture: Connect four; Four new artworks have been commissioned to mark Gateshead College's opening. Barbara Hodgson is at their unveiling. 928
Culture: Review Dad's Army at Theatre Royal, Newcastle, until Saturday. 332
culture: Review Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment at The Sage Gateshead. 266
culture:AV Festival director Honor to stand down. 399
DIGITAL TODAY: Talent show; in association with CODE WORK SCONNECT CODE WORKS CONNECT Supporting Digital Industry ADVERTISING. 102
DIGITAL TODAY: Web users in dark; in association with CODE WORK SCONNECT CODE WORKS CONNECT Supporting Digital Industry ADVERTISING LAW. 108
Dinwiddie boosted by Wentworth showing. 423
Dismal Diamonds; SPEEDWAY SPORT SHORTS. 144
Don't take too long to play; Dr John's Golf Clinic. 561
Don't try this at home. 127
Downturn could help games group soar. 292
Drama; Today 's TV. 86
drama; Today's TV. 99
Drinking session ended in assault. 201
Durham top group as Tykes are halted; Rain scuppers Yorkshire hope. 599
ELITE UNIVERSITY IN FUNDRAISING DRIVE. 235
EUTECHNYX BID TO WOO BEST OF GRADUATE TALENT. 186
Fabre's charge on revenge mission. 302
Fears for stadium; FOOTBALL SHORTS EVERTON. 97
Firefighters called to huge blaze in old barn. 170
Five are prosecuted after drugs swoop on estate. 254
Five hostages spend a year in captivity; Families to mark kidnap anniversary. 422
Football: 'Natural' Evans is hero for Toshack. 349
Football: Beckham shows he's still the man; Capello given big reminder. 815
Football: Capello wants a happy Terry. 318
Football: Inter stay silent on future of Mancini; But Mourinho is in the wings. 494
Football: Irish warning for McShane and Dunne. 368
Football: Tait is the first new face at Falcons; RUGBY UNION. 418
Football: Yorke denied his swansong. 296
Fresh demands on fuel; Talk of U-turn by Government is played down. 667
GAMES REVIEW; in association with CODE WORKS CONNECT CODE WORKS CONNECT Supporting Digital Industry. 576
Geeks from far and wide leave screens to meet each other; Armed with a laptop and an open mind, Andrew Mernin takes part in the latest internet phenomenon to hit the region. 760
Grandad in bid to put a smile on Milly's face; Runner wants to make it three of a kind for little girl Bupa great north run 2008. 610
Hadrian's Wall to be guarded again; New move to tighten up planning rules. 452
Hedley fights to save his soul; Today's TV. 596
Helping firms to understand the value of artwork; Discovering she was adept at providing a bridge between the art and corporate worlds opened up a host of business opportunities for Carol Metcalfe, as she tells Karen Dent. 727
Internet betting 'set to take lion's share'. Company overview 535
Invest in the grass roots, says sport chief. 432
Kinder relishes Madine's potential. 370
KNIT AND NATTER GROUP CAPTURE CITY BEFORE IT ALL UNRAVELLED. 384
Lawn Tennis: Sharapova struggles through. 182
Lenders increase cost of borrowing. 316
Letter: A way to bite the hand that fed them; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 88
Letter: Congratulations to The Journal; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 256
Letter: Everything was as it should be at airport; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 255
Letter: Higher prices plus an overcrowded train on the East Coast Main Line; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 348
Letter: National Benzol was pretty good stuff; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 91
Letter: Rise in cost of fuel affects everyone; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 139
Lifes style; Today 's TV. 96
Link-up brings top dancers north. 227
MP out to curry favour for Indian restaurants. 208
Mum's arson claim as family flee blaze; 'We have lost everything in vandal attack'. 663
MUM'S RELIEF AS THREE SONS RETURN SAFELY. 209
Mystery document may clear bomber; Former Libya intelligence man's appeal. 569
Nigel aims to win the tug-of-war. 175
No action on disease outbreak. 215
North 'well-placed' to survive slump; No panic, says top economist. 484
NORTH TODAY: pounds 1,000 donation; CHARITY. 84
NSA backs report opposing compulsory identity scheme. 545
Oh, for the smell of steam and metal. 713
Parents cited by police. 89
PM talks of nuclear capacity expansion; Comments spark green group fears. 560
Potential buyer meets officials; FOOTBALL SHORTS GRETNA. 130
Practice regime has star on song; TEEING OFF Maddison has a big future. 816
Profits lose power at British Energy; in association withRBS. 357
Pundits say some clubs in lower leagues will go bust. 479
Pupil scheme aids wage. 127
Ray's avatar predicts end of the end; TECH NOTES. 395
RUGBY PLAYER SETS WHEELS IN MOTION ON CHARITY BIKE RIDE. 356
Sir Alex escapes referee row ban; Devils duo are in the clear. 528
Smash at accident blackspot kills two; Inquest told of stag night hit by tragedy. 729
Starfile Patrick Dempsey; Today's TV. 298
STARS OF THE FUTURE ARE GIVEN A CHANCE TO SHINE. 230
Stock Watch. 205
Street names come in, despite protests; Backing for controversial signs move. 503
SYBIL'S AWARD FROM THE DUCHESS FOR YEARS OF FUNDRAISING. 220
Take the chance, Hodgson urged; RUGBY UNION SPORT SHORTS. 141
The Journal: Ban the bomb. 90
The Journal: Strong nerves can see us through this. 212
Thieves endanger others. 202
Three years' jail for club raider; Steward feared for his life in attack. 408
TIME OUT. 165
TIME OUT: Name the Year. 247
Timing is everything - so it seems. 357
Touchscreen computers by early 2010, says Gates. 368
Treat for birthday cooked up in kitchen; Whole day working with a top chef The Journal taste north east england. 648
UK cluster bombs to be axed. 194
Video games maker expanding into US. 282
VIEW OF THE NORTH. 86
Wages poser for ambitious Keegan. 878
Water firm shares up by 4.25p. 275
Why we really are a bit sick of work; Region worst for job-related health worries. 415
Woman faces death charge. 81
Work to prevent floods. 175
WORLD TODAY: Leaders under fire; GLOBAL. 81
Worldwide interest shown in North neuro rehab expertise. 597

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