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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (December 17, 2009)

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"Living will" proposals released by minister; ECONOMY TODAY: BANKS. 84
'Gorilla' war over Cadbury's. 152
'I no longer live, I exist' says victim's mother. 207
'Outdated' formula for funding will still be used. 249
'Perfect gentleman' NORTH TODAY: TRAGEDY. 80
A leap of faith is help the women's required to game survive; The deadline for bids to be part of the Women's Super League is tomorrow, and it has been a stressful time for both Newcastle and Sunderland ladies. MARK DOUGLAS reports on their prospects of joining the elite league. 1097
A lifetime to prepare for job of a lifetime. 368
A man of distinction. 90
A national treasure of our own; Environment Editor Tony Henderson reports on a campaign which won the hearts and minds of the North East and beyond. 754
Agency needs to stay 'strong' on flood issue; Sir Alan Beith makes demands after catastrophe. 443
All wonderful fun, oh yes it is. 363
Amazing act of generosity sees Lyndon get his limb. 255
Architect steps down to focus on alpacas. 388
Arrested solicitors struck off after hearing; Police probe property scandal. 468
Big tasks and even bigger opportunity. 327
Black & Decker aim for leading R&D status; GLOBAL manufacturing giant Black & Decker may have once had a chequered reputation in the North East but CHRIS KNOX now finds it has designs on success. 862
Blues scrape past the basement boys. 690
Boss Rodgers leaves Royals; FOOTBALL SHORTS: READING. 81
Bosses are quizzed on laundering allegations. 228
British Airways talks adjourned; BRITAIN TODAY: INDUSTRY. 98
Brown raises hopes for climate change deal. 215
Budget shortfall is to be investigated; Mayor wants a close look at spending plans. 565
Builder diversifies with security division. 246
Buoyant Infoserve encouraged by 12% rise in turnover. 198
Businessman tells court: I'm no liar; Police probed mortgage applications. 719
Cable contract for world's biggest wind farm. 354
Cats chairman rejects talk of Magpies rift. 322
Christmas BA strikes would be disastro us; PETER JACKSON. 400
Confession spares thief jail sentence. 204
David Wells. 771
Day-night Tests in two years, says ICC chief. 285
DEATHS. 1058
Delight as pupils' results continue to impress. 331
Dr John is delighted after PGA honour. 502
Drink turns Fraser off life in the USA. 681
Drive for 20mph; BRITAIN TODAY: TRANSPORT. 81
Employment data brightens the mood. 273
England's tactics are under review; We messed up again, admits spinner Swann. 883
Families are still facing poverty; Regeneration cash 'isn't helping deprived areas'. 518
Fraud probe at Icelandic bank. 357
Free food in nature is disappearing; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 120
Funding boost for vital research. 274
Gascoigne spends night in cell after arrest. 113
Geldof summed it up with his praise for best place in world to play a gig. 519
George: I expected Cats to take off; Wearside defender expected take off. 703
Getting ready to shape up for another year; As the digital industry prepares for what is likely to be another tough year in business, Andrew Mernin asks the region's top technology experts how 2010 is likely to shape up for the sector.: Raising cash is still difficult. 112
Good to have Lee back, says George; But Cats' form not just down to his absence. 417
GRAHAM Alexander levelled [...]. 276
Hi-tech screening a boon for film-makers. 407
High Court decision is 'kick in the teeth' Parents angry as torturer's sentence cut. 526
Holiday firm recovers to end year on a high. 531
How green is my Green candidate? VOICE OF THE NORTH. 97
How many more? As Tobin found guilty of third girl's murder, police ask. 540
Ignore those who deny climate change; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 285
IN MEMORIAM. Obituary 308
Internet business is set to forge ahead. 233
Investigate role of Rock watchdogs; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 157
Investment contract is awarded. 146
Jobless crisis gets worse for youth; ECONOMY TODAY: EMPLOYMENT. 108
Joe's still on cloud nine as the fans go wild; X Factor star home for first time since win. 591
Journal's role praised. 157
Keeping safe should be key for revellers. 223
Keeping the faith. 199
Kitchen manufacturer aims to double profits. 508
Ladies out in force to see expert. 529
Ladies' night at Arena as Mamma Mia! rolls into town. 400
Landmark total for Richard; RACING IN BRIEF: JOHNSON. 158
LIVERPOOL'S victory over Wigan in the week[...]. 290
Looking at life from the other side of the curtain; Behind the scenes moves centre stage in a play which offers a new take on Shakespeare. Barbara Hodgson meets its author. 869
Looking back on the highlights of a year to be proud of; A look back at some of the highlights of the last 12 months in the North East's science and technology industry. 796
McGowan targets Masters reward; SPORT SHORTS: GOLF. 111
Museum success leads to a new role; Australia is next on list for Alec Coles. 503
Name the Year. 83
New centre for Muslims is approved. 175
New jobs at heating company. 232
NFU survey on CAP. 162
Not out of recession yet, says IT veteran. 221
Number of people out of work rises in the North. 458
Parents 'to blame' for drink problem; Alcohol ruins lives, says Donaldson. 747
Pioneering pilot to turn our manure into energy. 508
Pool win cup battle. 469
Quiz of the Day. 163
Red Bull delighted at return of Renault; MOTOR SPORT. 433
Sage adds up to great value for the region; SAGE ANNIVERSARY. 814
Save 15% on total bill at Firenze restaurant. 122
Sci-tech is still at the sharp end. 425
Separate British Steel from Corus; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 97
Smiles won't be as wide this year. 429
Speeds will still hold us back. 166
Starburst can finally break his duck. 463
STARTING AFRESH It was shortly [...]. 81
Success on four fronts is pure pleasure. 205
Tait expecting another battle; Falcons coach believes French side are impressive. 616
Taking a chance on a great vision. 621
The faces change but the names are the same. 337
This Aladdin comes up with plenty of magic. 264
Time for training; NORTH TODAY: POLICE. 100
Transplant first offers hope to patients. 409
United game rescheduled amid fears of fan trouble. 210
US firm relies on North talent as it targets European market. 411
Warning on mumps outbreak. 282
Wasps hoping they won't get stung. 381
We're not taking Boro boys lightly; Hughton wary of troubled Teessiders: Hughton will not take Boro lightly. 622
We've been robbed over EU membership; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 115
Website signs up for a human rights award. 321
Where are the facts on climate change? VOICE OF THE NORTH. 205
Wild about Oscar; RACING IN BRIEF: NEWBURY. 120

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