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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (October 13, 2009)

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Title Author Type Words
'Tremendous opportunities' for chemical industries. 401
A bitter farewell for hero of 2005. 682
A fine show, in the traditional sense. 639
A gritty look at reality of life as a soldier; A tough new drama about young people at war and play begins a national tour in Newcastle. David Whetstone talks to Roy Williams about Days of Significance. 860
Be at the heart of knowledge economy. 362
Belle can have a ball at Newcastle. 436
Bikes are stolen; NORTH TODAY: POLICE. 86
Blake relaxed about breakaway BBA. 488
Brothel 'earnings' can't be calculated; Confiscation order for duo is denied. 494
Brown unveils pounds 16bn plan to sell assets; But councils say it is up to them to decide what they should sell off. 548
Burley's backing for rule change; FOOTBALL SHORTS: SCOTLAND. 138
Burning ambition to avoid landfill tax; Incineration is only way to meet targets. 490
Businesses warned on breaching H&S laws. 396
Campell will get a chance - Bruce. 704
captain Caveman; A dangerously overweight Peter McCowie was told by doctors to take action or face death at 60. Here he reveals to Mieka Smiles how a Stone Age diet helped transform not only his image but also his life. 965
Carers miss out; WORLD TODAY: POLITICS. 84
Cash boost will provide a lasting legacy. 493
Clever Clogs goes on the road to further success. 478
Co-op's battening down after buy-outs. 333
Commander pays tribute to forces. 245
Coup for woods as revamp is planned; pounds 120,000 is given to site at Ashington. 436
Courses are on offer for farm skills. 164
Damien Hirst exhibition is just what Baltic ordered. 282
Darley Sun facing an uphill battle; SPORT SHORTS: RACING. 105
David Wells. 725
DEATHS. 918
Did Ofsted alter report? 164
Didier no diver; FOOTBALL SHORTS: DROGBA. 81
Duo made pounds 10,000 selling stolen goods; Burberry put on Ebay by team leader. 523
Eblex conference. Conference news 182
Efforts of Ian not enough for Notts. 649
Ex-baker's gardening business blossoms. 366
Exporters report rise in demand. 421
Fabio in a rage; FOOTBALL SHORTS: CANNAVARO. 86
False claims delay plans. 285
Former North East MP decides to stand down. 237
Gately drink claims rejected by family; Bandmates console tragic star's partner. 375
Getting the right formula for United; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 255
H&H Group sees turnover rise and a 40% increase in profits. Financial report 490
Harper's warning to fellow Magpies; Harper's warning to Magpies. 663
Have say on policy; NORTH TODAY: COUNCIL. 113
Hopes that series could go back to terrestrial. 349
How telly should be. 188
IN BRIEF NEW POETS ON [...]. 280
Incentives work, but can prove costly. 558
Injury a real eye opener for Steve; RUGBY UNION. 436
Labour - landlords' special friend? VOICE OF THE NORTH. 152
Lending up but figures curbed by remortgages. 446
Liam displays pluck of Irish; Lawrence: 'I've had to battle back from the bottom'. 739
Lynard: I almost quit basketball - but Leila helped me see the light; Lynard Stewart is taking the BBL by storm again as the Newcastle Eagles pick up where they left off. But Mark Douglas hears how he nearly called it a day after a season of injury woe. 1009
Massa is on track to return in 2010; MOTOR SPORT. 429
Moving up to combat climate; Study outlines plans to keep cities growing. 525
MPs have no choices left on expenses. 213
MTC has a reputation for quality. 656
Name the Year. 85
New twist in hunt for chief. 264
No cause for celebration after Baby P scandal. 196
No more delays; SPORT SHORTS: COMMONWEALTH GAMES. 87
Northern Ireland can go out in style. 343
One last chance for 'golden generation' Lampard owns up to failings. 535
Online selling is right mix for Issie. 267
PEN YOUR OWN BOOK. 219
PETER PAN OF POP SUCCESSFULLY REUNITED WITH HIS SHADOWS. 349
Poem created during slack time in hospital; Seamus Heaney is in Newcastle to read before a sell-out audience of 600. He tells David Whetstone about a new poem expressing his ties to the region. 1063
POET'S NEW PROJECT COMES WITH A PROJECTOR. 416
Power lines are replaced in Victorian Metro tunnel. 236
Prince of Dance in control; Unbeaten record is maintained. 516
Pubs being priced out of our lives; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 175
Quiz of the Day. 172
Recovery and a blast from the past. 447
Released man is told to wait for his compensation. 187
Restaurant chain put in administrators' hands; COMPANIES TODAY: LEISURE. 90
Sabers are cut down to size by Chargers. 500
Scheme would give students lower rents; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 175
SHEEP ARE DRAFTED IN TO HELP RARE PLANTS THRIVE. 354
Smith starts building for the future; RUGBY LEAGUE. 316
Spartans ready to face younger Giggs. 420
Steaming ahead on legend's legacy; From humble beginnings he shaped city. 916
Student housing plan a bad policy; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 102
Students are facing tough examination; Team Northumbria are primed for a gruelling schedule, as team boss Richard Arnold explains to Nick Purewal. 639
TANTRUMS & TIARAS. 389
Team get a league coach of their own. 408
THAT'S MINT! FLORENCE MAKES HISTORY ON NEW 5O PENCE COIN. 216
Tories must not be split on treaty vote; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 152
Tories not joining the dots on Europe; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 100
Tory bid keep cigarettes on display defeated. 216
TrackaPhone looks overseas. 414
Treble for delighted Durcan. 369
UK roll-out plan for luxury beach huts. 562
Undernourished, unclean and neglected... the sorry picture emerging of life for youngsters in the North East; Experts say number of cases is rising. 1327
US business experts to help Ulster economy; ECONOMY TODAY: ECONOMY. 138
Use your brains; Research into dementia is delayed due to lack of donors. 569
Veteran rebels against expenses payback; But Brown reminds Labour MPs about duty to the public. 167
Views are wanted for blueprint document. 226
Wall Street boost for London market. 310
We want to take on Tiger; Montgomerie hopes Woods is in Ryder team. 798
Wearside MP rebels on payback ruling; Etherington calls inquiry 'deplorable'. 642
Wearside women on top of the table; HOCKEY. 369
Who cares whether an MP is posh or poor? 328
Win tickets for Spandau Ballet. 216
YOUR SPACE. 179

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