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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (November 1, 2008)

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2 DAY IN 2 MINUTES: home and abroad. 393
2 DAY IN 2 MINUTES: regional news. 205
2 DAY IN 2 MINUTES: sport. 257
4x4 army is urged to mobilise. 522
Al Nahyan set to invest up to pounds 5bn in Barclays. 477
Alfa Romeo opens MiTo order book. 263
Ashley sets a D-day as United sale talks stall; Key meeting to follow Chelsea tie. 121
At heart of conservation area. 171
Audi's S4 bristles with new technology and innovations. 610
Bahamas landing for capsized yacht; Boat washed up two years after sinking. 478
Bank deal boost for Southern. 382
bargain of the week. 155
Basketball: Captain leads the way for Eagles; Bridge shows sparkling form. 636
Beer rebrand to boost fund. 164
Bobby's fund on course to top pounds 1m; Big night hits magic sum but more to come. 497
Bold bid to stop the corn bunting decline; Farming. 241
Boost the health of your hair; Interview NUTRITIONAL THERAPY. 387
Brakes put on green fuel plant. 248
Brave toddler fights back; Community back boy hit by meningitis. 350
BRITAIN TODAY: Call for F1 protest; RACISM. 88
Buyers can drive hard bargain this autumn. 248
capital idea; my working week John Digman, of the Newcastle Building Society, shares details of his busy week. 920
Centrica plans pounds 2.2bn rights issue. 263
Chance to join lively community. 280
Church leader stole pounds 24,000 from couple; Salvation Army captain spared jail by judge. 730
Cleaning up after the rain; house doctor The rain seems to have stopped - at least for now - but many buildings are still showing signs of damp. Peter Fall investigates. 684
Convenient setting for cottage. 139
Cricket: Anderson axed for Antigua showdown. 586
Crocodile snap took 25 hours of waiting; Environment Two North East wildlife photographers have made their mark in the world's biggest competition. Environment Editor Tony Henderson reports. 799
culture: Empire unveils three additions to star cast. 194
culture: Fantastic opportunity to see Blyth in a new light. 243
culture: Going solo; Former G4 favourite Jonathan Ansell is continuing his mission to bring a bit of opera to the masses. Sam Wonfor talks to him. 698
Cycling: Focus now firmly on the future for cyclists. 416
DEAR CAROLINE; Beauty. 427
Death threat over food row. 174
Design your ideal garden; Winter is the ideal time to plan a new garden design, says Hannah Stephenson. 675
Dining out to help the homeless; pounds 1 extra on bill will go towards local charities. 516
Drivers in serious condition after road smash. 181
Edwardian grace and stylish looks. 306
Electrifying skiffle night for stately home appeal; Top musicians to turn out for Seaton Delaval. 349
Entry to Eos range now cheaper. 223
Escape the city with a rural retreat in the country. 817
Ex-yards are in line for 3,000 jobs; Moves to create renewable energy centre on river. 469
EXECUTIVE motoring: Grounds for optimism? 370
Fairy tale fashion; life Cutting-edge fashion designer Emma Bell tells Emily Woodrow about fairy tales, drag queens, and launching her own fashion label. 1510
Family living at its best; Whether it's a large garden for the children, more space for a growing clan, or simply somewhere to relax, there are plenty of family-sized homes for sale in the region. homemaker takes a look at some. 575
Family style; in association with 352
Fans left frustrated by stalled takeover; Interested parties fail to follow through. 841
Feisty little car arrives in just the right place at right time. 614
Football: A chance to eat with Shearer; FOOTBALL SHORTS LEGENDS AWARD. 139
Football: BLUE SQUARE NORTH. 394
Football: Chimbonda defended. 292
Football: I'm looking for brave men, says Ward. 444
Football: Keane looking for an eye of the tiger; Sunderland and Chelsea's midweek results spoke volumes for the two sides' characters. And it's why the Black Cats should be very wary of today's trip to Stamford Bridge, argues Stuart Rayner. 1182
Football: Kinnear compiles transfer wish-list; Interim boss eyes targets. 639
Football: Kyle set to play last game for Pool; Goal hero on the way out. 644
Football: Pretty is not always perfect for Penney. 391
Football: Sympathy will be forgotten; Ruthless Boro just want a win. 586
Football: UNIBOND LEAGUE. 401
Football: Wayne wants a Giggs-style medal haul; Rooney in awe of Ryan record. 436
Footsie gains for fourth day in a row. 343
Forgetting fears of plagiarism. 305
Fright night beauty; Beauty Halloween may be over, but the gothic look is certainly not. Lisa Haynes explains why make-up is going to the dark side for the party season. 546
Get the Look; A mix of fresh greens are the perfect palette to cut through winter gloom. Mieka Smiles helps you to recreate this room's bright spring feel. 235
Giveaway nightmare warning. 97
Glaxo is back in the spotlight; Stocks and shares. 272
Golf scores top safety marks. 193
Golf: Three left in chase as rain hits Masters; Jimenez drifts out of title hunt. 484
Growing space; in association with smart 356
home life; Janice Stokes loves her new splitscreen 42in plasma TV, but hates her expensive new carpet. 586
Horse Racing: Hannon eyes up Gift for Guineas. 402
House fire victim still in hospital. 97
I do so like the school holidays. 466
Ice Hockey: Wilson planning squad changes. 370
Iceland asked for help before bank crash. 250
Illuminated bike ride in the forest. 210
Investors prefer to put cash in housing. 134
It's a Halloween thrill; Shoppers amazed by ghoul show. 346
Jail mix-up hunt goes on; Father says son will turn up at court. 378
Keane regrets holding back. 662
Kick off with a bang! We're fast approaching the party season, with Hallowe'en yesterday, and Christmas goodies starting to fill the shops. For today, though, Clare Jobson's focus is on Bonfire night. 501
Kinnear's thinking long-term; Interim boss plans for future. 744
Last chapter in life of 50s child killer; Inquest into death of triple murderer. 627
Letter: VOICE OF THE NORTH - Composting is good for environment. 157
Letter: VOICE OF THE NORTH - Connection aids charity's helpers. 286
Letter: VOICE OF THE NORTH - Foxes, bankers and insurance brokers. 275
Letter: VOICE OF THE NORTH - Full disclosure demanded on all the issues involving Newcastle Airport. 366
Letter: VOICE OF THE NORTH - Lesson in Auschwitz for correspondent. 116
Letter: VOICE OF THE NORTH - No humour in a hackneyed word. 107
lettings: Demand for rural rentals still strong; Property expert Annabel Hunter looks at why the lettings market is still continuing to thrive - even in the toughest of conditions. 278
lettings: Home in lovely village. 97
lettings: Property so handy for beach. 144
lettings: Spacious flat in sought-after area. 145
Lots of ideas with individual style. 192
Massive interest in hotels predicted. 243
Mazda2 makes the weight in sporting style. 606
Medallist pulls no punches on catwalk; Journal Live. 224
Miliband tries to end refugee plight; Call for urgent action as war ravages area. 470
More North businesses failing. 221
Motor Racing: BEAT THE BOOKIE. 509
Motor Racing: Lewis driven by memory of hero Senna; Iconic Brazilian continues to inspire British star. 809
MY LIFE; My Place. 466
New to the market. 156
Nissan luxury marque comes up with sports car on steroids. 890
No fleeting success for Skoda. 137
North city takes place in music record books. 203
NORTH TODAY: Pair steal ring; CRIME. 97
NORTH TODAY: Police warning; FIREWORKS. 88
Obama seeks moral high ground. 199
Old world charm in place with character; Around the region The area of Low Fell has grown from its coal-mining roots to become a sought-after area for business professionals. Aranda Garrard finds out more. 767
Parking rules in city 'firm but fair'. 185
Phase two begins at popular development. 244
Police to continue raids, warns chief; Crackdown results in 40 arrests so far. Financial report 651
pounds 133,000 is raised to help victims of flood; Half the cash will go for initial relief. 435
pounds 5,000 WORTH OF SPORTS GEAR UP FOR GRABS! The Journal: Competition. 365
pounds 500 cost to every family. 254
Profits warning after BT targets missed. Financial report 190
Property within a picturesque village. 119
Pupils see horrors of death camps; Trust organises trip to Auschwitz. 945
Quick sale achieved for local newsagent. 190
RETAIL THERAPY; Interview. 270
Ross quits high-profile host role as friends rally round Douglas. 290
Rugby League: England will attack Australia. 293
Rugby Union: Bates will test out new combination; Kiwi is paired with Williamson. 704
Rugby Union: Win not enough to take Tigers through; EDF ENERGY CUP. 224
Rural idyll with horses and kites as neighbours. 366
Sex with girl, 13, man is jailed. 158
Shop's scope for development. 169
Signs of optimism but prices continue to fall. 406
SNP totally reliant on oil - Brown. 148
Something for everyone. 518
Spooky times from past; FLASHBACK Scariest the better when dressing up. 212
SPORT SHORTS: ATHLETICS - National relay bid. 80
SPORT SHORTS: BOXING - Gavin turns pro with Warren. 85
Stock Watch; Stocks and shares. 281
Streamline looks with top engine. 441
Super saver event for a less stressful move. 272
Supporters' group calls for talks with hierarchy. 190
Tearoom and gift shop in sought-after village. 103
Terrace home needs refurb; move & improve. 213
The Journal: A welcome pledge. 81
The Journal: Ex-Radio Two chief will be asset to Sage. 217
The marriage of... Weddings. 195
The quiet charm of New Scotland; Travel Tim McGuinness discovers a wealth of history in Nova Scotia. 1446
THE WEEK AHEAD. Calendar 403
three of a kind; A quaint English cottage is the perfect antidote to suburban sprawl. Here Mieka Smiles picks three out. 270
Time called on empty pub. 261
TIME OUT: Quiz of the Day. 170
Tried & tested; Beauty Colder climes are setting in so make sure you protect your pout with a moisturising lip treatment. We test three winter wonder contenders. 133
UK 'saddled with decade of debt' Tory attack dismissed as damp squib. 521
Urgent plea for cash aid from animal sanctuary; Centre run by couple close to folding. 605
Village life at risk as school faces axe; Proposed closure follows post office loss. 502
What would put you off? 131
Wildlife returns as farmers sign up for schemes to protect habitats; Farming A desire to encourage birds and wildlife - rather than simply an alternative method of making money - appears to be persuading the region's farmers to create field margins and retain hedgerows. Karen Dent finds out how the Environmental Stewardship Scheme is working in the North East. 1073
WIN a Sunderland cult heroes book; The Journal: Competition. 318
Woman held prisoner by knife-wielding son. 217
Woman who 'fell on sword' joins The Sage; Former Radio 2 boss is new board member EXCLUSIVE. 712
World's craziest wild car creations. 171
Young star is a surprise winner; Horsebox. 326

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