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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (February 7, 2009)

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'Bamburgh Castle, the great Kielder Forest and Hadrian's Wall, which is such an amazing sight, are all in my top 10' MY PLACE SANDRA JOBLING. 874
180 CDI is close to perfect. 386
A BIT OF SNOW WON'T STOP TRACY FROM ROLLING OUT THE BARREL. 194
A great week - and this is just the beginning; Campaign THINK NORTH EAST FIRST. 288
A Saab to be reckoned with. 512
A shining tribute for our Tyneside treasures; Star-studded bash honours Tim and Denise. 498
Ali's legacy will provide for others; Bungalow opened to disabled people. 441
Around the region. 204
Bank directors culled. 255
bargain of the week. 176
Barrier to keep driving rain out; House doctor Peter Fall looks at what happens when the wind blows and the rain pours. 653
BBC in fresh row after Clarkson jibe; Star says sorry for PM attack. 327
Be bold and beautiful; It's drab outside, so it's little wonder that the interiors trend is for bold, bright and beautiful, says Clare Jobson. 461
BEAT THE BOOKIE; William HILL. 527
Beauty: BEAUTY BIBLE. 313
Beauty: DIY WEDDING FAVOURITES; Brave enough to DIY? Francesca Craggs picks some wedding beauty essentials. 222
Beauty: FASHION AND BEAUTY NEWS. 329
Beauty: I do... ...need a professional; It's one of the rare occasions the spotlight is totally on you, so it's important you shine on your big day. Francesca Craggs offers some beauty tips for brides-to-be. 785
Beware before signing up to a tenancy; The law room Renting is increasingly popular, but watch out before you sign a tenancy agreement, says solicitor Claire Simmons. 539
BIG NAMES LINE UP TO OFFER SUPPORT. 149
Blend the best of old and new. 426
Blizzard of controversy; Column. 977
Bogie's boys are left to reflect; BLUE SQUARE CONFERENCE. 374
Britain's VAT cut is a failure says Sarkozy. 233
British wise to disregard handicap rule changes. 425
Broad shoulders load for England. 680
Campaign wins praise in both Lords and Commons; Campaign THINK NORTH EAST FIRST. 530
Charities reap bonfire benefits. 186
Cisse proves a hit for foreign legion; Nothing about Djibril Cisse is quite as it seems, which is why losing two of his closest friends in the dressing room has brought the Frenchman out of his shell. 1189
Countdown to pounds 50bn asset buying rescue scheme. 369
Cricket: SPORT SHORTS - Elliott leads way. 85
culture: AWARD LINE-UP. 100
culture: BENNETT RUN. 99
culture: Electrifying night with the Halle. 312
culture: Indebted to Bertolt Brecht; A former Lord Mayor of Newcastle tells David Whetstone about being reunited with his mother and his admiration for Bertolt Brecht. 681
culture: Robyn in slow lane to success. 501
Cycling: SPORT SHORTS - Cavendish wins. 85
Day out ended in death of girl, 7, and her grandad; Mystery surrounds fatal collision. 593
Deals galore from Chrysler brands. 209
Ditch digger enlisted to re-create floodplain; Environment. 382
Doctor is jailed for killing patient with adrenaline. 187
Don't miss out on the chance to buy in to property; Property expert Richard Sayer argues that, far from being a bad housing market, this is a good time to be dealing in property. 592
Electric vehicle group sees way ahead in America. 489
Even small changes can help; Campaign THINK NORTH EAST FIRST. 208
EXECUTIVE motoring: Just no stopping new Mazda3. 157
Family loses fight for asylum. 297
Farmer stole pounds 50,000 worth of barley. 163
Farmers hope to strike gold. 426
Farmers' tributes to best friends and work mates; Farming Men on motorbikes and quads may move faster but they're unlikely to make the black and white Border collie redundant from the region's farms. Karen Dent discovers why the working dog is so important - and why North East dog handlers are among the best in the world. 1499
Final act secures future for theatre; Preservation trust gets keys to venue. 616
Fired-up for efficiency; Interiors Karen Wilson seeks out the best eco-friendly fires that are cheaper than ever to run. 914
First step on ladder. 449
Fitness: Be careful with your sugar intake; TRAINING SCHEDULE NUTRITION. 265
Fitness: Get fit - stay in shape; TRAINING SCHEDULE. 986
Fitness: WHAT'S HOT. 299
FIVE TO FOLLOW. 237
FOOTBALL SHORTS: Hyypia 'options' LIVERPOOL. 83
Football: A hectic spell for Quakers. 644
Football: Baggies need to punch above weight. 653
Football: Capello keeps eye on Rooney. 660
Football: Kinnear: Injuries have killed us. 439
Football: Plight 'is no real surprise' Boro boss used to fighting drop. 587
Football: Praise for Carrick. 155
Football: RE/MAX NORTHERN ALLIANCE. 336
Football: SKILLTRAININGLTD NORTHERN LEAGUE. 592
Football: Switch was a step up for me - Taylor; Ryan Taylor has swapped stability and the security of mid-table for a frantic fight for survival at Newcastle. But it was an easy decision to make, he tells Mark Douglas. 1326
Football: WEARSIDE LEAGUE. 316
Forest chiefs give pounds 85,000 for access; Environment. 289
FRIENDS PRAISE WORK OF POPULAR COUPLE. 227
Giving our graduates a good chance; Top students in line for scholarship. 315
Good enough to eat; Vegetable seeds. 103
Great place to unwind. 406
Heroin dealing gang is jailed; Berwick-based nationwide drug syndicate. 667
Historic interest cut welcomed. 408
Homes in historic market town. 338
Hoon won't read riot act to rail firms; Top official claims operators struggle. 332
Horse Racing: 48-hour rule gets a mixed reaction; Reserves miss out on chances. 618
Horse Racing: High hopes at Kempton; Jumps fans have fingers crossed. 710
Hospital calls time on loyal volunteers; Coffee breaks won't be the same again. 115
Huge rise in insolvencies as recession bites hard. 200
Hybrids from Audi and VW. 196
I'm not violent insists accused; Italian denies Meredith killing. 451
Ice Hockey: Vipers squad down to bare bones. 436
Ideal havens for sporting life. 379
Incentives to bag a bargain family home. 213
Industry's serious danger. 411
It's up the North as the South is downed. 538
Jackson wins the battle of guards; American key man in victory. 573
Job cuts are likely at car parts firms; Two companies hit as economy spirals down. 511
Letter: VIEW OF THE NORTH - 1930s depression was very different. 293
Letter: VIEW OF THE NORTH - Global warming claim is nonsense. 261
Letter: VIEW OF THE NORTH - Job losses unlikely in public sector. 167
Letter: VIEW OF THE NORTH - Spread student housing around. 326
Letter: VIEW OF THE NORTH - What is once great country coming to? 137
lettings: Apartment near city centre. 83
lettings: Close to all amenities. 135
lettings: Flout safety law and face fine. 429
life: Scoring a style hit; Interview Fun, flamboyant and fashion-mad, Sunderland striker Djibril Cisse and his wife Jude make for entertaining company. Katharine Capocci caught up with the couple at their new boutique in Newcastle. 863
LOOK AFTER YOUR HEART FOR VALENTINE'S DAY. 233
Loss-making BA may freeze pay. 292
Luxurious living in central location. 224
Luxury home with country views. 159
Make the difference; Campaign THINK NORTH EAST FIRST. 114
Martins can fire Magpies to safety; Kinnear puts his faith in striker. 590
Mortgage monitor. 270
My junior school class. 362
MY LIFE GRAEME WHITFIELD. 441
Never a good time to face Les Bleus. 278
New Cayenne makes history. 435
Nissan Qashqai puts on style. 630
Noon an eleventh hour replacement; Injuries open door for Falcon. 974
NORTH TODAY: Homes planned; APPLICATION. 80
NORTH TODAY: Voices raised; EVENT. 85
Olympic ace Mary opens new centre; Horsebox. 256
On the market. 125
Photographer gets an ice surprise; Environment. 196
Pietersen, Flintoff snare pounds 1m contracts. 503
Plan a berry good summer; Forget the blizzards and winter blues and start planning for a fruitful summer in the garden, says Hannah Stephenson. 695
Police smash pounds 3m mortgage scam; Eight arrested in dawn raids in North East. 760
Pollution busters win extra backing. 362
PUCKERING UP FOR CHARITY. 281
Quinn's tenure now at a 'critical point'. 761
Radio DJ heads into the west; Breakfast show presenter leaves region. 459
Record fall in used car values. 396
Refinery jobs in doubt. 294
RELIEF FOR MILKMAN WHO DELIVERED CANNABIS. 218
Repay every penny; NORTH TODAY CRIME. 88
REPLACEMENT SCHEME COULD BOOST MOTOR INDUSTRY. 393
Residents' anger at sex parties. 164
Restoration drive to bring carr back; Environment Editor Tony Henderson on the revival of a vintage carr. 470
Restored home is full of charm and character. 271
Revamped newagents; Commercial Property. 137
Rugby League: Thunder new boy targets play- offs. 435
Rustic features in farm conversion. 158
Sbragia wants to heat up training. 705
Scots' resolve worries Wales. 310
Something for everyone. 474
Steaming mad; Hospital calls time on loyal volunteers. 886
Stone-built home has period charm; move & improve this week's choice property with bags of potential. 108
Stone-built style; in association with smartnewhomes.com. 275
Store serves community; Commercial Property. 119
The attractions are many, and the football is pretty cheap; Campaign City makes bid for tourism market THINK NORTH EAST FIRST. 583
The FTSE 100 closes up on the week; in association with BREWIN DOLPHIN Stocks and Shares. 343
The Journal culture club: Discover science of Bede. 299
The most powerful Aston Martin ever. 228
This is no time to wallow in nostalgia; VIEW OF THE NORTH. 633
three of a kind. 261
Thriving cosmopolitan city with period style; Amazing architecture and lively cosmopolitan feel mean Newcastle city centre has much to offer young couples and singletons. Aranda Garrard finds out more. 652
TIME OUT. 285
TIME OUT: Quiz of the Day. 174
Travel: Have a heavenly time in Angel's romantic room; Durham is buzzing about a whimsical new boutique hotel. Mieka Smiles stayed the night to see if the Fallen Angel Hotel lived up to its hype. 474
Travel: HOLIDAY OF THE WEEK. 179
Travel: Lakeside luxury; Two luxury hotels make a trip to Cumbria twice as nice, especially when they both enjoy stunning lakeside settings. Katharine Capocci samples them. 978
UNIBOND LEAGUE DIVISION ONE NORTH. 388
Unlucky? This village? Don't you believe it; They've had floods, power cuts, gas and water shortages After last year's floods, locals in Rothbury could be forgiven for thinking they'd had enough trauma. This week they lost gas, electricity and water in the coldest snap of the year. But as Paul James and Brian Daniel found, villagers aren't complaining. 504
Unpaid workers have helped patients for decades. 217
VIEW OF THE NORTH. 83
Wedding wonders closer to home; North East's first Asian fair is organized. 427
What can you buy around region for pounds 200,000? 547
WIN A SEVEN-NIGHT BREAK IN A LUXURY RIBBLE VALLEY LODGE; The Journal: Competition todber a southlakeland park. 345
WIN A TROUBLESHOOTING SESSION FROM GRAHAM WYLIE; The Journal: Competition. 264
Winter weather remains the only winner; POINT TO POINT. 203
WRVS should be cherished, not discarded; The Journal. 222

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