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

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'Doctor' sees staff gaining from training. 441
2 DAY IN 2 MINUTES: home and abroad. 362
2 DAY IN 2 MINUTES: regional news. 210
2 DAY IN 2 MINUTES: sport. 222
2008 harvest 'one of the more profitable' for years; Farming. 542
A festive feeling to Jonathan's project; In association with CODE WORKS CONNECT perfect image. 325
Ambassadors will highlight benefit of skills development. 648
Angling: Youngsters doing well at Hadrian. 497
Bail-out for Rock losses is ridiculed; Liberal Democrat conference Leader rejects payouts plea. Conference news 392
Bank chiefs 'are moving towards a cut in rates' In association with RBS. 364
Better late than never; They think big and they even made it big - for a while. Simon Rushworth catches up with The Sound Ex ahead of tomorrow's album launch party. 584
BID to play vital positive role in city. 586
Bidders queue up to buy Gatwick airport; Sale follows damning report on BAA service. 409
Bike ride boosts fund for flood victims. 300
Bosses make fresh start; In association with CODE WORKS CONNECT perfect image. 398
Boxing: Refined crash bang, wallop; Hatton promises fans a treat after trainer's advice. 707
Can fans buy United? The Journal. 89
Circus star is a high flyer on trampoline; As Uncle Sam's Great American Circus gears up for its first shows at Blaydon Rugby Club this week, reporter Sam Wood went along to learn a few tricks and look behind the scenes. 475
Clegg does some blue tie thinking; Liberal Democrat conference Will Green, political editor at The Journal, gives his take on Nick Clegg's performance at the party conference yesterday. 368
Confidence at a seven-year low; In association with RBS. 324
Continental model is on its way here. 348
Coroner of the Seas has to deal with dead whale; Giant mammal washed up on North beach. 734
Council claims first in deaf communications. 170
Council says it can't close loophole in the taxi laws; Court told borough's 'hands tied'. 467
Craig bags a top award for entrepreneurs; in association with RBS. 197
Cricket: Durham treading water in title bid; Another day at Riverside lost. 638
culture: Talent show group hoping for lashings of good luck. 645
Designers share their blueprint for success; in association with RBS. 864
DIGITAL TODAY: Thumbs up for Phorm; DATA RULING In association with CODE WORKS CONNECT. 97
Don't panic, savers with HBOS are told; Share price 'no relation to bank strength'. 537
Firm steps up to challenge; in association with RBS. 318
Fiulin can return to winning ways; in association with Pagebet Saraband. 453
Focus on heritage to bring in visitors; Delegates see partnership work in action. 470
FOOTBALL SHORTS: McGhee confident; UEFA CUP. 97
Football: Ashley is not up to the task, says Whelan; Old business rival criticises embattled United owner. 535
Football: Barnes relishing Jamaica challenge. 364
Football: Bolton Wanderers Reserves 3 Newcastle United Reserves 0. 154
Football: Chelsea don't fear Ronaldo; Lampard relaxed about tricky winger's comeback. 571
Football: Gallas repairs the damage for Gunners in the Ukraine. 468
Football: Redknapp pins hopes on the English style; UEFA CUP. 824
Football: Ronaldo's return can't inspire win; Frustration for goal-shy Devils. 808
GAMES REVIEWS; In association with CODE WORKS CONNECT. 739
Garden centre focuses on growing own talent. 337
Golf: CHIP SHOTS - Coaching team for County side; THE WYNYARD. 141
Golf: CHIP SHOTS - Donnison out; EUROPEAN TOUR. 81
Golf: CHIP SHOTS - Error costs win; LEAGUE GOLF. 91
Golf: Controversial pick Poulter pledges to justify Faldo's selection; TEEING OFF. 375
Golf: Hexham hope to be kings of Castle; Bamburgh will be hard to beat TEEING OFF. 660
Golf: McIntosh in form to win trophy; TEEING OFF. 307
Golf: Plan your practice properly; Dr John's Golf Clinic TEEING OFF. 260
Grants on offer for community groups. 408
Halifax 'rescue' will create banking giant; in association with RBS. 478
Have you got what it takes? UK TRADE & INVESTMENT EXPORTS In association with RBS. 357
How things have changed for our banks; The Journal. 216
How to feast on budget; TASTE NORTH EAST ENGLAND FOOD & DRINK GROUP So much on offer in big day at riverside. 873
Hunt for dormice at risk of extinction. 201
Ice Hockey: Warriors went two points. 100
IT expected to escape job cuts in Merrill takeover; In association with CODE WORKS CONNECT perfect image. 276
IT man finds natural habitat; In association with CODE WORKS CONNECT perfect image Newcastle University's new IT director Steve Williams believes technology will revolutionise the education system. Andrew Mernin reports. 822
Journal helps brew the taste of success. 438
Justice for bomb victims. 192
Kuwaiti magnate linked to Magpies. 706
Lane proud of Britain's impressive medal haul; Paralympics. 480
Lawn Tennis: Murray: I don't feel under any pressure. 505
Lehman's last customer confident amid turmoil; in association with RBS. 386
Letter: Aim of completing conquest of Britain; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 134
Letter: Dedication of church a joyful experience; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 145
Letter: Demands do region's reputation harm; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 256
Letter: Encouraging the young to stay on; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 173
Letter: Forgiveness and courage needed; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 510
Letter: There is only one manager who has constantly supported Newcastle; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 89
Motor Racing: SPORT SHORTS - Rain may give Hamilton edge; MOTORSPORT. 164
New stage in epic re covery of district; in association with RBS. 212
No need to rush Jones, insists Irish star. 649
No second chance if Ashley snubbed Dubai. 593
NORTH TODAY: Four arrested; CRIME. 96
NORTH TODAY: Teenager hurt; ACCIDENT. 87
Patients to protest over go-ahead for pharmacy; Villagers fear approval will mean GP loss. 606
Plan for 300,000 fans to buy club for pounds 1,000 each; Ambitious bid has been met with caution. 798
Police radios are top secret; North force is first in country to use gadgets. 365
Police swoop on illegal booze in summer blitz. 300
Power sharing delayed. 188
Region continues to weather economic downturn. 250
Robot can do the dirty work on ships. 350
Sage heads off disaster with Onyx appointment; In association with CODE WORKS CONNECT. 325
Schools are told to keep closing early; Council will not meddle in arrangements. 461
Shopper in stab frenzy critically ill. 260
Speedway: Young prospects snapped up. 334
Staff join race to save historic hall; Trust workers in Great North Run to boost funds. 590
Step on the gas in the North's car of the future; Nissan leads way on the road ahead. 440
Stewart to work on Promoter's Tale film. 229
Stock Watch; Stocks and shares. 213
Survey appeal to arable farmers; Farming. 332
Take a seat at the Angel; New facilities to be laid on for visitors. 360
TECH NOTES: Video content on the internet will fast forward; In association with CODE WORKS CONNECT perfect image. 439
The need to be properly prepared for a tribunal; Mock Employment Tribute in association with RBS. 562
Thousands gain through training; Chris Roberts Regional director, LSC North East. 408
TIME OUT: Name the Year. 228
TIME OUT: Quiz of the Day. 184
Townsfolk in bid to end the depression; Public meeting called to give united voice. 413
Welcome to Recession - next stop that 'D' place; in association with RBS. 390
Wild trading day for Footsie; Stocks and shares. 261
Will this be the end of the road? Open space protest likely to succeed. 452
Woolworths reports loss of pounds 100m; In association with RBS. Financial report 243
Would you pay pounds 1,000 to own a stake in United? Club could be offered to fans in bold plans. 150

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