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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (December 2, 2009)

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'It was the first time I have ever performed CPR for real and it was on a tiny baby so I was absolutely terrified' Hero officer saves little baby's life. 661
200,000TH CUSTOMER. 137
2018 Cup bid still kicking; Chief confident of victory. 533
ABBA mania sweeps through the North East. 200
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS. 151
Advanced talks for merger held. 331
Answers system launched in Canada. 198
Arrest after fan verbally abuses player's mum. 240
Artist embraces moorland landscapes. 507
Awards will celebrate the region's high-flyers. 311
Back in the ring; SPORT SHORTS: BOXING. 90
Bedlam Boy a confident proposition. 438
Brady: Blatter an embarrassment; FOOTBALL SHORTS: WORLD CUP. 177
Bresnan's no longer just a bit player; CRICKET. 460
Bring in the profe ss ionals. 319
British Blues join Limousin on website for semen sales. 165
Brulines is monitoring possible acquisitions. 572
BT may get pension cash from rivals. 298
BUSINESS DIARY. 359
Business grows bigger and better. 259
Buy a brick for pounds 5 and help sick pets. 229
Byker Grove axe-man in Tyne return; BBC launches new series of Tracy Beaker. 574
Cats scared of playing away - Cana. 612
Celebra ting business success in North East England. 486
Charities benefit to tune of pounds 14,000 from opera night. 317
Cinema celebrates 200,000th visitor. 109
Cool finishing seals victory for Cumbrians; Carlisle edge out Hartlepool as temperatures plunge. 441
David Wells. 773
Deal done to build new city school; Disused Victorian hospital will be demolished. 407
DEATHS. 950
Defeated Quakers hit rock bottom; LEAGUE TWO. 272
Development site for sale. 378
Disabled student's father's 'betrayal by care boss hero' McClurg denies two counts of fraud. 501
Driver dies after head-on crash. 158
Drug dealer freed by bungling warders; Despite telling staff he had to be locked up. 370
Encouraging signs in difficult times; We will shortly be entering the third year of what we all know as the downturn, but there is every reason to be hopeful that the worst is now behind us, says chartered surveyor Bill Naylor. 419
Entrepreneurs' charity challenge kings revealed. 531
Expansion plans for law firm reveale d. 220
Exposing Blair's Achilles heel. 163
Exwold hopes to reap the rewards. 474
FERRY FROM THE FAROES DOCKS FOR FIRST TIME IN NORTH EAST. 423
Financial advisers band together. 233
Fireworks as North team triumph in Scotland. 208
Firm contribution earns chairman top title. 211
Full steam ahead as first tenant moves into arches. 212
Gospels will have to wait until 2013 for return visit; 2010 visit put back for sacred manuscripts. 618
He built her an ice rink - and her heart melted; Now entrepreneur plans next steps. 451
Helping North East businesses prosper. 382
Here's to a brighter new year; While 2009 has been a difficult year for commercial property there have been some bright spots, says Lesley Fairclough, pictured. 632
Hughton bides his time over Harewood's future. 745
Ices bring a touch of Hawaii to Hexham. 300
Imbalance caused the crash; Signs at this late stage of 2009 are indicating some amelioration in the market, but it will take until 2010 to get a more accurate picture of where things are heading, says Gavin Black. 367
IN MEMORIAM. Obituary 84
Increase in price of houses. 192
Inquiries spark move to sell business park. 464
Investing in local business. 486
IT'S A SUMMER FESTIVAL - IN THE DEPTHS OF WINTER. 250
JLS ARENA DATE. 122
Jordan backed; FOOTBALL SHORTS: CRYSTAL PALACE. 144
Keeping industry ticking over; Experts at property consultancy Sanderson Weatherall in Newcastle give their views on the commercial property market in 2009. 887
Kicking up a stink over cows' CO2 emissions. 471
Law firms maintain breakaway performance survey reveals. 426
Lawyers raise tache cash stash. 238
Link between salmonella and imported eggs probed; Outbreak killed two residents at care home. 514
Location was key to deal. 154
Long and winding road to fame as Beatles act; Proving they're no Yesterday's band, The Bootleg Beatles tribute act are heading to Newcastle to celebrate their 30-year anniversary. Barbara Hodgson speaks to Bootleg Lennon. 1004
Longing for return. 89
Lynard sees active future for Flournoy. 652
MANSFIELD'S SECOND-HALF COMEBACK PUTS THE WIND UP GATESHEAD; BLUE SQUARE PREMIER. 382
McCRORY'S SCHOOL SET TO PACK A PUNCH WITH SWITCH TO CITY CENTRE; BOXING. 442
Messi is voted best in Europe; Barca star dedicates Ballon D'Or to team-mates. 434
Mining and financial sectors lead share rise. 278
Mix of venues is key to success. 294
Move back to the home farm safeguards butcher jobs. 457
Moyes is staying; FOOTBALL SHORTS: EVERTON. 94
MP supports case for all to be on database. 214
Name the Year. 85
Nation owes its gratitude to the heroes. 228
New measures to he lp man the pumps; The UK's pub industry has suffered badly in the recession, with around 50 bars now believed to be shutting every week. Christopher Knox looks at the sector in the run-up to Christmas and speaks to two of the region's publicans who still consider their glasses to be half full. Industry overview 1355
New offices for energy firm. 208
NFU membership rises. 171
North can be part of power plan. 360
North East best region for commercial builds; Office uptake in Tyneside and Wearside this year has defied the pessimists, says Tim Evans. 653
North East schools are top of the class; Pupils' SATs results are 'outstanding'. 477
North firm's library contract. 108
Northumbrian Water Property Solutions - working with 8 out of 10 of the leading commercial law firms in the North East; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 342
Office space a money spinner despite these tough times; Some of the region's leading figures in the commercial property sector reflect on the developments in the business over the last year. 847
Onshore turbines are waste of money. 125
PEOPLE ON THE MOVE. 358
Plunkett puts in top performance; SPORT SHORTS: CRICKET. 92
Port's 10-year deal for Drax biomass operation. 480
pounds 8m loan gives us room to grow says boss Senior. 607
Practice about to help revitalise town. 356
Promising indications of recovery in property market. 459
Promoted to solicitor. 137
Pruning friends with a mobile text. 585
Pub chain set to create 10,000 new jobs. 343
Pub industry pays high price; THE VOICE OF NE BUSINESS. 409
Pub portfolio defined by diversity. 205
Quiz of the Day. 180
Recession causes steep fall in planning bids; WHO'S PLANNING WHAT? DAVID BROCKLEHURST. 348
Recovery in the air as year draws in. 328
Reward ing efforts of small firms. 501
Rise in demand for prime retail property sites; Bank lending is returning for commercial property deals although the market is hampered by shortage of stock, says Roger Speirs. 663
Rock supremo's pounds 6m property row settled; Ex-Lindisfarne manager was angry over sale. 360
Rollercoaster of a year in the property world; Throughout 2009 we have witnessed considerable changes in the commercial property investment market, says Simon Harland. 521
Rough on Robert; SPORT SHORTS: GOLF. 93
Row brewing at Twinings over job cuts. 420
Sailors' families set for Foreign Office meeting. 291
SCOTTISH LEAGUE THIRD DIVISION. 303
Sea captain given top Merchant Navy honour. 315
Search for best of the small businesses. 333
Setback to recovery in manufacturing sector. 288
Shedding light on your fixtures and fittings. 460
Shoppers are starting to spend money again. 1000
Signs of a bigger future; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 515
Sir Alex's kids earn their Spurs. 1254
Stock markets running out of steam. 581
Teacher quits post after he is charged with intent to supply drugs. 282
The Journal Reader Offer. 128
Three new fire stations to be built in county. 195
TICKETS FRENZY. 123
Timing critical for business sales, says Muckle LLP; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 588
Top clubs defend millions they've spent on agents. 703
Training scheme. 388
Training tackles skills shortage. 443
Union voices concern over pay-cut plans. 433
United battle to see off Benfield. 168
Use the energy of motion for vehicles. 156
VIEW OF THE NORTH. 88
Volunteers needed to keep tags on birdlife. 170
We are being taken in by bogus science. 237
Wearside soldier is killed helping pal; Wife mourns loss of a 'very special man'. 879
Widow mourns a hero killed in ambush; 'The army was John's world, he was mine'. 107
Wilson elbows his way back into the fray; Flanker gives Falcons an unexpected injury boost. 607
Wind monstrosities not worth the effort. 298

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