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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (March 28, 2009)

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'On the fell where I walk the dogs, there's a rock where I admire the view and catch my breath. That rock is my favourite place' MY PLACE. 705
A great escape; in association with 244
A more sustainable way to live your life; In the second of our three-part review of ecohomes, architect Jane Massey looks inside a Code 6 home. 661
A NEW TV programme; Interiors. 363
A Property Is Many Things. 323
Actem saves thousands on energy costs. 358
Ads raise sales 25%. 156
Alfa's Italian Stallion has a very British twist. 678
Anthony has luck of Irish - not Daryl. 724
Balanced Diamonds ready for Comets; SPEEDWAY. 491
Barclays jumps despite headline slip; Stocks and Shares in association with BREWIN DOLPHIN. 285
Barclays popular after passing stress test. 335
bargain of the week. 144
Basketball: Victory's easy for leaders. 544
Best of the bunch. 168
Beware the wrong sort of diesel. 195
Bosses silent over homes fraud probe; Offices raided as payments are missed. 475
Breaks going against Brown. 954
Bridging the generation gap; in association with 493
Britain to await Obama move on Afghanistan. 193
BRITAIN TODAY: Medic swore; HEALTH. 82
Bruce would love to be Magpies boss. 656
Buffet restaurant for sale; Commercial Property. 287
Burley: Dutch are beatable; Scotland manager and players confident of victory. 626
Canoe pair lose appeal on sentence; Penalty severe but not 'manifestly exessive' - judge. 402
Children get into the swim of helping fish. 190
Colchester capable of more away-day magic. 490
Cricket: Windies humble England; Defeat among largest in history. 787
Culture: Books that bring stories to life; David Whetstone meets Robert Crowther, a master of the art of making pop-up books. 565
culture: Choreography certainly has designs on success; Designer Body at The Sage Gateshead until tonight. 263
culture: Huge talent from small lady with a clear voice; Alela Diane at The Sage Gateshead. 214
Culture: R for redemption could be burden; Peter Doherty at O2 Academy, Newcastle. 296
Cycling: Lizzie gets a silver lining after crash. 446
D1 Oils sees shares soar on news of pounds 4.2m award. 281
Dad jailed after night out ends in violence. 325
Dealer jailed after drugs discovered. 124
Design Network North launched. 309
Did young graffiti artist die for the sake of art? 270
Diversions no trouble. 134
Dreamspace families vent fury at council; EXCLUSIVE Disgust over response to court case. 656
England 'embarrassed' by West Indies. 229
Enjoy a slice of rural living at Barley Hill. 121
Evolution of the flat roof; house doctor Peter Fall looks at a success story in the building industry. 626
Ex-boyfriend of missing chef begs for her return. 261
Extra helping for everyone. 558
Fantastic home set in popular coastal area. 213
Fastest Golf GTI yet. 170
Father's plea after Jimmy's killer jailed; Violent thug will serve at least 14 years. 838
Fiat lifts lid on its 500. 298
FOOTBALL SHORTS: Barclay unavailable; SCOTTISH LEAGUE. 101
FOOTBALL SHORTS: Reds' backroom team committed; LIVERPOOL. 85
Fund will aid borough's community. 115
Get the right balance with country. 824
Good enough to eat. 154
Graeme turns on the style in Spain. 359
Grants will help spread the word on environment; Environment. 259
Great incentives for first-timers. 525
Grobbelaar is named as Slaley Hall's wild card; Champion of Champions 'spiced up'. 521
Hall appeal is now going at a gallop; Plate Festival first day to boost the fund. 404
Heaven and Hell on latest board game; MONOPOLY COUNTY DURHAM. 308
Helping communities back to the land; Environment Editor Tony Henderson on how grassroots schemes are sprouting across the region. 582
Henderson two off 100; ODDS SLASHED FOR L'AMI NATIONAL GLORY. 718
Home with bazaar styling; Interiors Karen Wilson meets a couple whose home is inspired by holidays to Morocco - and shows you how to copy the look. 1121
Homes sell well in popular village. 225
Hopes are high as Pegasus takes off; Work starts on riding centre for disabled. 484
Horse Racing: Expresso may miss out on Lincoln; Favourite waits for Gosden call. 679
Horse Racing: New restrictions on use of the whip. 340
Houghton cash rescues Quakers. 466
How Tracy Beaker will save region; Ailing TV industry could be revived. 557
If the property ladder is a stretch . . . The law room. 565
Illustrious bids a farewell to the Tyne; Warship's four-day stay comes to end. 537
Insignia: it's big and clever. 992
Is it a good time to get into a fix? 527
LEGAL VIEW; Farming. 461
Letter: VOICE OF THE NORTH - Councillors could do job for nothing. 147
Letter: VOICE OF THE NORTH - Extraordinary young people celebrated. 224
Letter: VOICE OF THE NORTH - Market indictment of Brown devastating. 233
Letter: VOICE OF THE NORTH - The Journal: Fall began with end of building societies. 175
Letter: VOICE OF THE NORTH - The Journal: Labour's Tory agenda feeds greed. 190
Letter: VOICE OF THE NORTH - Writer has missed something for years. 213
lettings: 'Reluctant landlords' see rent drop. 227
lettings: Family home in village setting. 161
lettings: Flat keeps you well-connected. 109
Library back after the deluge. 217
life: A head start for cancer victims; Hairdresser Trevor Sorbie is best-known as a stylist to the stars. He tells Mieka Smiles how the death of his sister-in-law inspired him to restore the confidence of women with cancer. 1333
Lots to like at livestock auction marts; Farming It's a centuries-old business that bounced back from the potential death knell of foot-and-mouth and is continuing to thrive in the North East. Karen Dent discovers why live auction marts are looking confidently to the future. 1263
Lovely three-bed home in need of a revamp; move & improve this week's choice property with bags of potential. 150
Make the most of your home to bring in the buyers; Wanting to sell? Take a look at your home and ask if it's fit to be marketed, advises Robert Clarke. 591
Mamma Mia, here he goes again; Interview Mamma Mia! Actor Gary Watson just can't believe his luck, as Gordon Barr finds out. 804
Modern home ideal for families. 139
Mother of three dies in house fire; Fire chief warning on smoke alarms. 534
Motor Racing: Hamilton's braced for testing times. 525
Motorist cut from car after accident. 127
Native breeds prove point; Horsebox. 394
Natural beauty and history on the doorstep; Around the region With its stunning countryside, amazing history and traditional dwellings, Aranda Garrard finds out about Heddon-on-the-Wall. 308
NORTH TODAY: Parenting order; COURT. 119
NORTH TODAY: Pupils' reward; EDUCATION. 86
NORTH TODAY: Talent on show; CONCERT. 90
NORTH TODAY: Theft plea; CRIME. 96
NORTH TODAY: Woman fined; NUISANCE. 123
Nurse may now face charges. 105
On the market. 99
Open markets 'best' Farming. 190
Pensioners deserve a lot better. 419
Peugeot's new 308 CC has quality and value. 911
Plans for pounds 27m centre for young patients are given the go-ahead. 344
Porsche spices up Cayenne. 352
Possible highlights of the Gospels heritage trail. 340
Pricy Murano motors on. 525
Rare seam of gold pulls in the visitors; Environment. 382
Red meat, processed meat and health; Fitness NUTRITION. 287
Rooney avoids a lecture; Capello won't preach to Devil. 526
Rugby Union: May inspires flying Falcons. 651
Schools join the great plant hunt; Environment. 280
Scrappage car scheme will boost sales; North's ailing motor industry calls for lifeline. 392
Second-hand car, first class offer. 403
Serial flasher exposed himself to 10-year-olds. 193
Serving black and white coffee. 146
Shape up and live a better life; Fitness guru David Fairbank continues his programme of exercises to get you in shape. 923
Shearer sees firm hit its charity goal. 190
Spacious detached home on mature plot. 196
Speediest supercar on the road. 359
Spring into action; Don't delay with that much-needed spring cleaning. Set to work now and you'll soon be able to relax and enjoy your home again, says Claire Hornby. 459
Stobart boss held hostage; Director's home at centre of raid. 337
Store in coastal location; Commercial Property. 94
Sun rises again on seafront favourites; New chalets are built for 21st Century. 415
Superb detached with character. 155
TAKING STOCK; Stocks and Shares In association with BREWIN DOLPHIN. 96
Taste the difference; Hannah Stephenson looks at a campaign to save endangered tomato species. 458
Ten-man Pool fight to end; Goalkeeper sent off early on in defeat. 441
The Journal: End the secrecy. 94
The Journal: Simply saying sorry might have helped. 203
Their behaviour is an insult to the grieving families and insults the intelligence of residents; EXCLUSIVE DREAMSPACE RELATIVES HIT OUT AT COUNCIL. 166
This Five-Bedroom House. 198
three of a kind. 297
Three-bed bungalow with lots of character. 150
Throne that is fit for King's; Chair takes the reader on an adventure. 512
Tie offers Bay redemption. 663
TIME OUT: Quiz of the Day. 169
Timeless charm by the riverside. 399
Tourism: the Gospel truth. 854
Travel back in history with The Time Bandits; HISTORIC Time Bandits will evoke the Gunpowder Plot for club members. culture club. 213
Turning heads; Fashion A fabulous hat is a sure way to turn heads. Francesca Craggs speaks to award-winning milliner Deborah Haynes, whose stunning designs have given her a head start to success. 501
Twynholm will be watching out for Ridden. 312
UK output hits a 30-year low. 670
Used car values go up in smoke. 281
Victoria rules; Travel From suburban chic to rural splendour, a magnificent coastline, cultural delights, great food and wine and a proud sporting tradition, Stephen Gove discovers Victoria's golden past and glittering present. 1561
Volvo tunes in to executive demands; EXECUTIVE MOTORING. 613
VW slashes the cost of its roomy Caravelle. 218
We're running for Katy; Race mission for family hit by tragedy. 514
What the authority had to say in response. 185
WHAT'S HOT; Fashion Liz Lamb brings you the lowdown on What's Hot this week. 313
Why did airport boss receive huge bonus? It cost pounds 2m to get pounds 4m of his payout back. 672
WIN A LUXURY BREAK IN A COTTAGE; The Journal: Competition. 317
WIN pounds 1,000 TO SPEND AT BOCONCEPT; The Journal: Competition. 265
YOUR MONEY: 'File now' plea; INCOME TAX. 146
YOUR MONEY: Hurry to make the most of your ISA allowance. 317
YOUR MONEY: Lessen tax impact; Inheritance Tax was a hot political issue before the recent meltdown refocused politicians' minds on the very survival of the financial system. But as Nick Gartland, senior financial planning director of Leeds-based Rensburg Sheppards, explains, it is an issue that will not go away. 781
YOUR MONEY: Q&A; Your money queries are answered by Peter Rutherford, senior director of Rutherford Wilkinson Ltd, independent financial advisers. 366

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