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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (July 25, 2009)

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'You are never given a dream without also being given the power to make it true. You may have to work for it, however' MY PLACE. 1036
A bug's life; All things bright and beautiful - including bugs and butterflies - are popular this summer. Claire Hornby of Barker & Stonehouse finds out what the buzz. 355
A hall lot of history to take in. 196
A home to suit all budgets. 256
A new hope for ancient artefacts; Project aimed at restoring religious pieces. 624
A real life adventure story; Animals, boats, steam trains and s p e c ta c u l a r co u n t r y s i d e awaited Jane Hall and family on a tailor-made trip to one of the Lake District''s top hotels. 1374
Accord tops the UK league of reliable cars. 258
Afghanistan force to be bolstered; BRITAIN TODAY: MILITARY. 108
Anyone wanting a swap? Mum seeks a home exchange as sale drags. 482
Apartment opens door for starters. 382
Asking prices still rising. 345
bargain of the week; WAS: pounds 525,000 NOW: pounds 499,000. 101
Best of the bunch. 97
Blair book America-bound; Former agent takes secrets to the States. 520
Brew up and raise cash for our troops; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 187
British pair renew rivalry; SPORT SHORTS: SWIMMING. 103
Brown's cold comfort. 96
Business advice; NORTH TODAY: WORKSHOPS. 102
Cameron says win exposes Labour 'lies' Tories cruise to victory in Norwich poll. 729
Can one extra train ease woe on North's packed rail network? 20-year-old stock to 'solve' overcrowding. 1941
Caught on camera: The class of 1958; Cine film find may lead to television documentary. 529
Charm and character; For those seeking a heady mix of both traditional and modern features in their home, homemaker has a selection of characterful properties that fit the bill. 336
City living doesn't come much better. 231
Cloud is lifted; BRITAIN TODAY: LOTTERY. 84
Coastal home with period detail. 297
Contemporary living for family. 310
Converting buyers to their way of thinking. 537
Corus looks for a new buyer as deal talks fail. 507
Countryside homes with character. 221
Deals to get market moving. 482
Designs on a dream home; Can you still profit from property, even during the downturn? Karen Wilson meets a County Durham couple who hope building their own home will lead to a mortgage-free future. 1685
Discovery gives glimpse into past for class of '58; More than 50 years of stories were swapped and a remarkable discovery was made when former farming students from Kirkley Hall met up for a weekend reunion at the Northumberland College campus. Now the story of the class of '58 could soon be shared with a national audience. Karen Dent reports. 866
Don't go it alone on your motor repairs. 134
Durham victory for Fay; Brooke wins novice class. 954
Eight share stories of war at exhibition; Memories of battle brought back to life. 547
England are still banking on key duo; Flintoff and Pietersen in Champions Trophy squad. 530
England keep hopes alive with draw. 302
Equaliser follows new deal for Jake; Youngster finds net at Wembley. 633
Eton Rifles can hit Ladies Day target. 830
Evans in pounds 3m deal; FOOTBALL SHORTS: SHEFFIELD UNITED. 85
Example of how not to run a business; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 154
Exceptional countryside scenery; Get away from it all with a home in the countryside, where exceptional scenery speaks volumes. 107
Eye on the sky in Sunderland; One-off treats in store for huge crowd. 1014
Fantastic weekend of looking back. 380
Farmhouse has bags of charm. 163
Fears grow over rate of decline; Recession still has some way to go - warning. 419
Fight is finally over for Milfield; End of an era for school. 448
Find the funds for education. 1472
Fine music served as after dinner treat. 341
Following on from last week's designer bronzers this week we road test credit crunch bronzers; BEAUTY BIBLE Liz Lamb 290
Food scare; NORTH TODAY: ADVICE. 95
Four cars are set alight by blundering thieves. 316
Functional and fabulous. 480
Funk sets record - but Torrance in hot pursuit. 404
Giving United the colour of success; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 210
Gloomy news but market still on the up. 286
Go wild with f lowers; acclaimed garden designer Ivan Hicks about wild flowers. 576
Goals pledge from Madine; Striker's attitude impresses Cumbrians' manager. 639
Good enough to eat. 104
GSK job cuts on hold for flu work. 290
Hat-trick of wins for happy Sarah. 551
Healthy conditions make the care sector a good investment; Although the current economic climate is forcing many companies to reassess their operational stability, it has also thrown up factors that have made it a good time for those who can secure funding to enter the care sector or expand their estates, says David Lee, director of Christie + Co's Newcastle office. 297
Help is at hand to buy your first property. 339
Helping a child to buy a home; With first homes beyond the reach of many young people, parents are often asked to help out. Property law expert Hilary Brown looks at some of the issues. 622
Hi-tech living at affordable price; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 454
High praise for red kite project. 211
Home in quiet cul-de-sac. 140
Home with plenty of scope. 108
Honda unleashes new supermini. 611
Hospitals 'may face flu bed shortage' Scottish victim of virus is 'critically ill'. 579
Hosting the world will bring lasting legacy; A message of future hope from twin city. 961
How to stay fit on holiday; Fitness guru David Fairlamb continues his quest to get you in shape. 887
Ideal for commuters seeking a rural escape. 115
IN MEMORIAM. Obituary 250
INSPECTIONS are a crucial part [...]. 330
JJB chairman regrets Ashley deal. 238
Jones still has lot to prove to Bruce. 827
Keeping Stewart is Eagles' target; BASKETBALL. 415
Leaders prosper after time away from game. 355
Marchbank is mark in race first off to Slaley. 521
Mewse wins club championship for fourth year in row. 897
Microsoft profits dip as sales fall. Financial report 308
MINI goes below pounds 11,000. 233
Monique beats the credit crunch; North's savvy shopper in national final. 634
Mowbray won't end the hunt with Fox. 431
Mumbai triumph. 131
Museum of evil at prison; Past inmates at Durham are remembered. 625
Musician makes crime his career; From university drop-out to leading academic researcher, senior criminologist Dr Steve Hall has attracted international interest in his work. He talks to Vicky Robson about how his grassroots and love for music have inspired his career and explains why money really is the source of all evil. 353
MY LIFE. 433
Name the Year. 121
NBS gets back into the black; Financial turmoil is over says chief. 530
Neglected forces a national disgrace; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 241
Newcastle facing a moment of truth; DUKES NORTH EAST PREMIER LEAGUE. 500
No excuses this weekend, says Button; FORMULA 1. 464
No longer got finger on Button. 441
North East is shortchanged on railways. 230
On the market. 97
On the trail of a pottery expert; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 122
Open-plan living for new buyers. 326
Own a Yeti for pounds 14,000. 210
Perfection for a growing family. 129
Pervert's human rights breached; North sex offender wins appeal. 613
Peugeot introduces the new eco-friendly version of 207. 198
Pick of the day. 175
Pick up an Isuzu Rodeo. 322
Picturesque development with everything on doorstep. 236
Plunkett clinches last-gasp victory. 1110
Posing at the oche was big mistake; Benefits cheat caught playing darts at pub. 479
Posters rejoice at fall of Communist symbol; Posters made to mark the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall in October get a preview showing at Newcastle City Library from today. David Whetstone takes a look. 833
pounds 200,000 will buy you a great new home with room to grow. 868
Praise flows for departing Mark; Executive director will be missed. 567
Pub chains reported to OFT over beer 'ties''. 421
Quiz of the Day. 159
Racing ahead to a new career. 90
Rangers boss sees profit in cup run. 392
Recession bites in the diamond market. 232
Redknapp still waiting on Vieira; FOOTBALL SHORTS: TOTTENHAM. 95
Regional optimism shows resilience of the market; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 554
Relief at academy plans. 440
Reynolds has two bites of the cherry at Ascot. 583
Room at the top for Merc GL. 682
Rover shows confidence. 484
RS TTs celebrate Audi centenary. 397
Save cash with a good account. 361
Special edition Forester is on SureTrak success. 168
Sportback breaks new ground at Audi. 305
St Swithin's revenge; homemaker house doctor Peter Fall devotes a few more column inches to rainwater issues. Column 584
Strawberry is the cream. 664
Summer Q& A hair care; Liz Lamb brings you some summer holiday tips for hair. 547
Summer sale starts at Nissan. 199
Superb style Sheraton; Sympathetic to its surroundings. 413
Survey warns of breakdown costs. 222
Tackling spread of sex infections. 255
Teenager in the race to shop locally; BUSINESS TODAY: ENTREPRENEUR. 98
Terraced home needs improving; move & improve. 167
The North East spots which could host a festival of football for World Cup fans. 542
The tan man; Celebrity tanner James Read has the enviable job of working with some of the world's most beautiful women. On his first visit to the North East he shares some beauty secrets with LIZ LAMB and reveals the new look for summer. 1201
THIS detached property is a [...]. 144
THIS former care home [...]. 147
THIS stone-built house in a [...]. 93
Thoroughly modern makeover. 179
three of a kind; Conversions often create unusual homes, full of character, such as these three properties - a former barn, dairy and station house. 300
Townhouse living in rural haven. 462
Troublemaker tenant, evicted from his flat. 196
Unfazed Bolt wins sprint at a canter. 693
Unreliable power of the wind. 437
Victorian undertaker of a PM is ironic; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 101
Village 'will come to like turbines' Landowner hits back at his opponents. 539
W H AT ' S H OT Liz Lamb 318
Wall Street inspires new look; Leading high street chain Next has a stunning collection of menswear for the up-coming season and is celebrating with a new-look store in the region. Liz Lamb finds out more. 301
Warning of tough weeks ahead in Afghanistan. 191
Washington park an utter disgrace; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 88
Wasting disease on the rise; VET'S VIEW. 401
Water wonderful world; Whether it's by the sea, river or even a stream, homes by water have great appeal. homemaker takes a look at some options on the market. 462
Whitehead delighted at his pounds 3m switch to the Potters. 402
Winehouse is cleared of throwing punch at ball. 342
Woodland scenery on the doorstep. 112
Would-be thief avoids jail after break-in. 218

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