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

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'Winning ugly has us sitting pretty' Taylor is pleased with Fab partnership: 'Sitting pretty after winning ugly'. 717
A SHOPKEEPER was threatened. 123
A world-wwide sensation. 450
Accolade for North Museum. 100
An effective tool in fight against crime; VOICE OF THE NORETH. 361
Anger after driver freed; Sentence given to tailgater rapped as 'ludicrous'. 422
Award is recognition of a real success story. 514
Bad debt controls boost firm's profits; COMPANIES TODAY: UTILITIES. 90
Balding likes a hushed nest; Falcons No 8 says sometimes too much can be said. 627
Bank fined for failings. 105
Blues are the team to fear, says Terry. 532
Bounty of help from solicitor's top team. 213
Brother of Andrews victim calls on Straw to quit. 263
Cabbie in court; NORTH TODAY: COURT. 87
Cameron's pledge. 146
Carlisle survive a fightback by Dons. 531
Celebrating business success in North East England. 482
Champions of North East business. 417
Charities share Lotto rises. 117
Cheryl's gym falls foul of the planners. 457
Chris backing city's 2018 bid. 770
City's World Cup bid reaches new heights; Olympic stars fly the flag on mountain top. 831
College launches golfing apprenticeship; GOLF. 576
Contact centre still targets 1,000 new jobs. 381
Country thefts land two in court. 234
County's building a strong economy. 715
Dad is arrested over death of boy; CRIME. 84
David Wells. 749
Decision time for appeals plan; SPORT SHORTS: CRICKET. 160
Demand for 'big sheds' augurs well for future; Interest in 'big sheds' in the region is picking up as confidence returns to the retail market. 500
Digging deep to find improved optimism. 570
Early walk by five-year-old sparks major police hunt. 265
East Coast private in two years; Government gives timetable for new franchise. 420
Fears grow as the deluge continues; Rivers rise and bridge at breaking point. 283
Food labelling fight steps up. 463
FTSE slips back from Monday's strong close. 297
Gallery offers a selection of presents with a difference. 292
Gateshead fail to get the breaks; BLUE SQUARE PREMIER. 449
Given is Feelin Foxy at Kempton. 420
Government ruled by its own members; VOICE OF THE NORETH. 88
Guidance on maximising benefits of low carbon. 334
Gunners back up to Standard. 778
Help with ongoing training boosts firm. 401
High note for music managers. 366
Hoping for a raptor-ous reception for falconry idea. 316
Injury firm winning claim game. 340
Inquiry still has to prove its worth. 229
Jazz star brings club atmosphere to the Sage. 294
Law firm plans to build on successful first year. 390
Lighting the wall - you must be joking; VOICE OF THE NORETH. 169
Lloyds Group reveals details of cash call. 429
Market Place improvements completed. 401
Marketing a new identity; Preview of how county will be promoted. 387
MARTS. 1120
McIlroy's seeking luck of the Irish; GOLF. 290
Mortgage approvals are at a two-year high. 144
Mortgage approvals at highest for two years; ECONOMY TODAY: MORTGAGES. 99
Mum's wait goes on over her son's death; Further delay to complete investigation. 721
Need pain relief? Just have a cuppa; Herbal cure from Brazil as good as drugs. 480
New editor has parish's mag down to a fine art; When Jamie Warde-Aldam took over the parish magazine, few people can have imagined what they were going to get. David Whetstone meets an editor with a mission to entertain. 1394
North police deny arrests to 'top up' DNA data. 236
Not Don with yet; SPORT SHORTS: AUTO. 130
Now is the time to sell a business. 375
Now, reserve a parking space using your mobile. 216
Obama set to make decision on Afghanistan troops surge. 241
Partners offer opportunities. 496
Passport target for printers De La Rue. 403
Plan to double in size follows strong growth. 438
Police 'were right' over terror arrests; New evidence about plot is made public. 513
Port of Blyth continues to make mark on region. 617
Potro's hopes are still alive. 665
Presenter's tuned in to personal radio shows. 300
Property holdings have fallen in the last six months. 340
Quakers suffer some four-goal misery. 415
Quiz of the Day. 177
Raid on charity; NORTH TODAY: THEFT. 89
Reality bites as Pool are defeated. 677
Region's speculative market is 'difficult' There is no fixed threshold as to what comprises a Big Shed but in the North East of England I would draw the line at 100,000 sq ft, says Nick Atkinson, of DTZ. 394
Robbed hours after partner's heart attack; Masked raider threatened to douse woman in lighter fluid. 606
Schools get top marks in report; Ofsted praises outstanding effort. 619
Secret bank loan deals totalled pounds 61.6bn; ECONOMY TODAY: BANKING. 104
Should 'a good death' be basic right. 738
Signs Express displays success. 352
Six business giants hope to inspire future leaders. 568
Small companies sh haring a big market; You don't have to be a mammoth corporation with a bottomless pit of capital to make it big overseas. Andrew Mernin finds out how a growing band of the region's small businesses have become exporters on a shoestring budget. 1253
Spartans win Town Cup battle; NON-LEAGUE. 566
Sporting hero we should be proud of; VOICE OF THE NORETH. 111
SSL International first-half profits rise 59%. Financial report 487
Stepping down; NORTH TODAY: TRIBUTE. 84
STOP DREAMING, START PLAYING; Advertisement Feature. 440
Students learn about safety on working farms. 153
The best needs to be exceptional. 369
The missing link to help businesses learn. 530
The signs are good for Cats; Richardson praises boss Bruce's transfer dealings. 637
The Strawberry proves fruitful investment for property group. 426
There are opportunities in Equality Bill. 404
Tipstar takes punt on future worth. 545
Toolkit's recession-busting advice. 277
Toothless Black Cats may turn to Healy; Healy may come to Wearside's rescue. 626
Toppling Saddam 'discussed in 2001' US demanded action after September 11. 644
Town's market goes on trial - again. 235
Viola book place at expense of Reds; CHAMPIONS LEAGUE ROUND-UP. 421
Was Rock used as scapegoat? Bank not given secret loans paid to rivals. 599
We must rebuild the economy. 556
Well-placed space demand. 440
What a stinker; Victory is hollow for Liverpool as glory dream ends. 556
Why is Duke silent on wind farm issue? VOICE OF THE NORETH. 302
Why the big secret? 104
Widow's moving tribute to a 'warrior' husband. 260
Winter death increase in the North. 198
Workers will pay for colleagues' wage rise; Strike action threat as salaries cut. 750
Young Eagle Nielsen is flying high. 536

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