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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (September 26, 2009)

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Title Author Type Words
'Act now to beat stamp duty deadline'. 236
'I'm proud of starting a business with my husband and seeing my vision materialise out of a rundown warehouse' MY PLACE. 842
'Relegation was tough - getting back up will not be easy' Newcastle's players have had to eat humble pie after relegation but it's getting easier to swallow in the Championship. Chief Sports Writer Luke Edwards reports. 1350
A mother of three with a beautiful granddaughter. Look at Angela and ask why you are not on the organ donor register. 364
A nervous wait for outcome; Mike awaits Keegan verdict: ASHLEY FACES NERVOUS WAIT FOR KEEGAN CASE VERDICT. 523
A touch of tradition. 321
A victim of climate change brainwashing; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 277
Achieving the impossible; Just about anything is possible when it comes to making changes in the home - but it'll cost you says house doctor Peter Fall. 629
Adding spice to their lives; Couple on way to our festival. 714
agents this week 5-13: Halifax [...]. 152
Aiming to beat the recession. 523
Air travel tax campaign misguided; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 258
Airy-fairy promises - but still enjoyable; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 202
Artwork celebrates glory; Statue will honour World Cup winners. 564
Authorities condemned over tragedy. 406
Avoco rings the changes. 327
Bat box sparks a bomb alert; Police called to 'device' in field. 257
Beautiful barn provides a taste of country life. 220
Best of the bunch. 80
Bruce striving to find right blend; Steve Bruce knows that tough choices lie ahead as he tries to turn Sunderland into a Premier League force. Mark Douglas reports. 1396
Bungalow on extensive site. 130
Challenging year for First Milk sees losses of pounds 7m. 559
Clean and green but still mean. 459
Clegg refuses to fall into the Tory trap. 941
Comets must shoot across to Berwick; SPEEDWAY. 328
Comopolitan & cultured; Edinburgh has just been named one of the top 10 cities in the world to visit. Angela Upex reports. 1152
Conman faked learning problems to steal cash. 328
Construction giants squeal over penalty; ECONOMY TODAY: BID-RIG FINES. 101
Consultant's anger at Rover report. 173
Culling fails to stop march of the greys; Thousands of culled grey squirrels later, the invader's advance into remaining red squirrel territory is still relentless. Environment Editor Tony Henderson reports on a study into why this is so. 1329
cultureclub. 235
Detached cottage with impressive gardens. 174
Diary. 327
Dignity in victory for Strauss' men. 654
Disputes force up agents' costs. 337
DJ launches spooky show. 184
Drawing on talent across the world; Sam Wonfor explores the international dimension of the forthcoming NewcastleGateshead Art Fair. 605
Driving into Hollywood. 89
Eagles in flight as Jets are grounded; Fab's men start with win. 594
Early autumn brings its delights; A walk in the garden: The season is changing but many gardens are still ablaze with colour. Susie White enjoys a September stroll through her garden. 522
Elderly care scheme is delayed by indecision; Future of seven day centres yet to be finalised. 364
Established bakery and sandwich shop. 133
Estate agents 'the best way to sell'. 584
Everything you need to keep your horse happy; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 752
Expenses mole acted 'due to plight of troops'. 185
Extension granted to transport consortium. 216
Fail to plan and you plan to fail; Newcastle-based financial adviser Alok Dhanda explains how, in this uncertain economic climate, you can achieve peace of mind with holistic financial planning. 798
Fairytale for Shamandar. 652
Faking it Cheryl style; Hair extensions are more popular than ever thanks to Cheryl Cole hitting screens again in the new series of X Factor. Liz Lamb finds out more about the celebrity-led trend. 972
Falcons pay penalty after lead is lost; Bates left furious as Harlequins are let off the hook. 841
Fantastic for families; Family homes are a sought-after commodity in the housing stakes. homemaker has a selection of those offering both space and style. 430
First win on cards for Pompey; BEAT THE BOOKIE NEIL HARNETT. 498
Flat in pretty market town. 80
Flexible living over three storeys. 263
For busy families looking to make some Headway. 280
Forging a partnership; Links with British Museum reinforced. 467
Forgotten Geordie drama has atmosphere. 382
Four win top mare status. 315
Fresh chapter at animal farm; Emmerdale actress opens new barn. 482
Gateshead still put emphasis on attack; BLUE SQUARE CONFERENCE PREMIER. Conference news 403
Go with the flow; Patricia Hodgson has renovated her traditional Northumberland home using quirky independent boutiques, antique shops and local craftsmen. She shares her style secrets with Karen Wilson. 1385
Going from 'under-taxed' to over-burdened in 16 years. 516
Golden opportunity to right old wrong. 651
Good engine - nice little blade runner; Engineers called in to make Nissan's new car noisier. 731
Good enough to eat; Spring cabbage. 189
Grant brings the bus to more people. 171
Griffith is back and as a fans' favourite; ICE HOCKEY. 440
Grumpy old battleaxes take on the recession; The grumps are back - and taking on the recession! Karen Wilson talks to Judith Holder about the latest Grumpy Old Women show. 795
Hodgson: Wenger's the best. 743
Hotel 'pub' sparks row; Anger over plans to serve non-residents. 495
HSBC defends chief exec's transfer. 222
Independent living with Extra Care. 499
inside this week. 332
Iran warned after nuclear site found; International community stands firm. 582
Jenson not thinking about victory; MOTOR RACING. 466
Jonny's legacy lives on; Charity bosses mark sixth anniversary. 532
Keeping talent in the region; Project will help skilled workers. 318
Kieran can be left-back; New role identified for Richardson. 561
Landlords' long-term planning falls short. 358
Legends return for Brunton centenary; Familiar faces welcomed back. 639
Making a name in small cars. 470
Man charged with murder of student. 143
Markets end a good week on the up. 286
Mick 'had difficult job at Black Cats'. 373
MY LIFE. 448
Mystery after body is found inside suitcase. 179
Name the Year. 91
New Polo is a real supermini. 655
New school already getting top marks; pounds 20m building commended for green features. 536
Newsagent's shop in coastal town for sale. 106
North losing out on transport cash; Dismay over Government's 10-year plan. 485
Nothing made easy for Tombi; Rating stays same after Ayr Gold Cup performance. 613
Oaklands offers the best of all worlds. 516
Officers up in court for firearms charges. 226
Old meets new in a classy combination; MORE PICTURESvisit our gallery at 516
Orchestral music to the forefront at 57th festival. 220
Panoramic view on the world. 326
Perfect for professionals. 84
Period detached cottage in superb location; move & improve: this week's choice property with bags of potential. 197
Plan for rural revival; Eco-village viability to be discussed. 409
Police clinch award for efforts to cut bike crashes. 211
Police make third arrest after boss shot in leg. 271
Police slam the brakes on biking nuisances. 243
Quiz of the Day. 169
Refurbished 4/5-bed property. 202
Retire at 65 law to remain in force; Challenge to Government fails in court. 439
Rip Van Winkle can justify favouritism. 406
Robbery plea; NORTH TODAY: CRIME. 101
Schoolgirls must switch from skirts to trousers. 267
Schools closed; NORTH TODAY: FIRE. 83
Scrappage extension call after output fall; ECONOMY TODAY: AUTOMOTIVE. 118
Search on for conman. 154
Share in the art of playing the piano; North's tuneful artwork goes up for sale. 580
Sign up - it's a matter of life and death. 216
Southgate: Players must learn lesson. 717
Spartans looking for dream run again. 340
Special event at libraries is poetry for local heroes. 206
Split your ISA and make the most of savings. 832
Spoilt for choice with new deals. 536
Spotlight on security; As summer turns to autumn, it's time to pack up those outside items for the winter. Hannah Stephenson offers some advice. 624
Stamp your mark on Post Office. 120
Standing out from the crowd. 534
Straight drive is to the point: Our getting through; Number 10 gets message on campaign. 645
Successful open-house event is to be repeated. 428
Taking in the great outdoors; Summer into autumn is one of the most colourful and vibrant times to take in the great outdoors. Claire Hornby takes a look. 374
Taxpayers shouldn't have to pay this bill; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 109
Thanks for views on the fishing industry; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 314
The 'rocket fuel' Bugatti. 430
There's something to tempt every palate at; Here, a spokesman for Metrocentre reviews what there is on offer for the hungry shopper. 302
They may be broken - but they've still got staying power; Wind turbines 'will be fixed by year's end'. 564
three of a kind; Cottages combine traditional charm with interesting accommodation. homemaker highlights three very different properties. 307
Tolent sales plummet as recession still has bite. 405
Traders slam MP on parking; Call for end to two-tier fees in constituency. 380
Trusted manager stole from his firm; Employee jailed for taking pounds 20,000. 492
Two years to save my life; Today The Journal launches a campaign to get people to sign up to the NHS organ donor list. Hannah Davies speaks to a mother-of-three about what a transplant will mean for her: Desperate for a transplant to. 1263
United boss still wants another player. 406
Universe takeover in offing for data firm. 470
Villagers to fight new mine plan. 239
We need to banish fear factor, says Todd. 494
WHAT''S HOT. 630
Wiggins wants to move up a level; SPORT SHORTS: CYCLING. 96
WIN hair extensions worth pounds 500. 346
Windies star blows them away; Chanderpaul shows his class. 684

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