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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (August 18, 2010)

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Aesica invests in high containment facility. 242
Allowing design to flourish alongside our CO2 conscience; NEW laws are about to come into force to improve the environmental credentials of commercial property. North East experts give their views on how the legislation will affect the market in the region. 504
Anger as Moat's ashes scattered in village; Killer''s family ignore local pleas. 656
Anger as Moat's ashes scattered; Killer's family ignore pleas from villagers. 140
Away-day joy for Gateshead after comeback. 352
Bank 'surprised' by stubborn inflation; Rate remains well above the target rate. 473
Be careful over CVA guarantees; PROPERTY BRIEFING. 321
Bears are bowled over by Adams; LV COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP. 390
Bellamy targeting Cardiff promotion; Striker drops down a level. 758
Bent backing young Fraizer; Black Cats' forward says Campbell ready to shine. 608
Blyth can't get an early-season victory. 402
Bremen move for Magpies target; Ben Arfa subject of German bid: Bremen closing in on United target. 721
Building firm has sizeable losses after restructuring. 193
Business centre scheme to help revitalise Redcar. 399
Businesses now beneath family roof. 216
Carlsberg raises a glass to increased profit forecast. 226
Century, and win, that got away? 809
Children's play park closed for safety. 300
Citizens closer to sealing Milner deal. 589
Clegg's chance to redeem himself. 657
Clubbing together to raise golf cash. 333
Coalition backed; BRITAIN TODAY: POLITICS. 117
Coalition continues to divide the North East; Radical spending cuts, tax hikes, a row over milk and cuddling up to rivals helped create a whirlwind 100 days for the Government. AMY HUNT reports. 1008
Company to make health screen kits. 569
Concern as 'legal high' Ivory Wave is linked to hospital cases. 283
Cook must rediscover his form soon, says Strauss. 612
Council asks for feedback on decisions. 222
Crackdown on rogue cabbies in city centre. 230
David Wells. 561
DEATHS. 1203
Decision on red diesel delights show organisers. 427
Delays to be expected as blades are transported. 276
Disney delight for Tyne media company. 415
Doctor's lifesaving journey to Africa; Physician's vital research work findings. 562
Duck puts family's safety first; Ducklings use zebra crossing. 477
Edmund is returning to rural roots. 118
Energy firm powers up for better year ahead. 430
Experts can help you with all your property needs. 390
Export experts on hand for firms. 270
Farmers have an answer to ragwort; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 133
First female captain in Tyne debut. 244
Fly-half rivals find form and fitness. 629
French stars banned after World Cup farce. 336
Friends Provident sees sharp profits rise. 408
FTSE continues to make progress. 325
Gardens and cars attacked. 142
Gliding club may be brought down; European red tape threatens future of airborne sports. 589
Godolphin's next St Leger weapon. 377
Helius plans another power plant. 205
Illumination was a highlight for Wall; Audience of 855 million saw spectacle. 542
Insolvency workers get new group. 356
Job market challenge. 422
Joe is swapping loans for coffee and Flat Caps. 525
JOIN us at The Journal Tyne Theatre [...]. 270
Jones prepared for tough task; FOOTBALL SHORTS: MIDDLESBROUGH. 225
Jupiter Centre offers help and support to nurture region's software firms. 282
Just one unit remaining for tenants at Portrack. 442
Kevin is back again from public sector. 191
Kid represents outstanding value; Saraband. 439
Law firm welcomes new partner in employment. 436
Library at hospital is a real success. 181
Librettista lands win through the mist. 432
Lifetime achievement awards celebrate very special people; THE search is on to recognise the brightest stars in the North East business world in our prestigious North East Business Executive of the Year Awards 2010. 512
Making his mark on firm. 349
Man 'cleared' over mammoth demise; Changes in climate led to extinction. 592
Man battered friend during a petty row. 206
Many thousands need a transplant; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 262
Mills aims to increase its turnover by 25%. 381
Movie fans urged on board at first coastal film festival; BARBARA HODGSON reports on a new film festival where the Seventies, sharks, and secrets play a starring role. 940
New research reveals property buying trends. 308
North beauty in the final to be a princess. 436
North East youngsters more at risk on the roads. 271
North v south in golf challenge. 255
Once-in-a lifetime chance to negotiate a lower rent. 576
One small leap can mean a huge difference. 246
Pick of the day. 181
Plus one becomes plus two in classical act. 300
Police raid uncovers deadly drugs stash. 203
Productive time at Derwent Reservoir. 613
Protecting the past for future benefit; Family part of pilot Heritage Partnership. 620
Public sector workers can help recovery. 230
Pushing for changes in how we heat homes. 1990
Quakers salvage a point late on. 408
Quiz of the Day. 175
Rail passengers facing season tickets price hike. 196
Recovery will be 'choppy' admits Osborne; Chancellor tells of his optimism. 407
Rip raid keeps the Prince waiting; International an elusive prize. 776
Risk of being 'NEET' is up 40% due to recession. 209
Romantic gesture leaves lovestruck man in deep water. 363
Royal turn by star Sting's singing niece; Gownmaker is back in the big time. 511
Satisfaction guaranteed for students. 169
Second home phenomenon 'harming area' Would-be homeowners priced out of market. 398
Seminars explore the impact of new regulations. 481
Sense of being wanted refreshing for Onuoha; Onuoha positive about his future. 663
Shakespeare favourite is braving North East weather. 413
Ship steady, now wind for the sails. 411
Small firms report a rise in confidence. 178
Some cannot cope with PC culture; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 118
Speed is ready to grab his chance; Former United star looks to sharpen the Blades. 606
Spurs survive horror show. 613
Staying on top of situation to protect North East businesses. 543
Stop this pointless ranting and raving; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 200
Strangest things can happen in the stocks. 479
Sunderland hosts Games qualifying; SPORT SHORTS: SWIMMING. 140
Thomson dies; SPORT SHORTS: BASEBALL. 106
Tory complaints are just a smokescreen; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 193
Tough times for supermarket giant. 435
Town gets a buzz from new energy celebration. 169
Tragic patient received good care, say staff; Man found dead in psychiatric hospital. Obituary 507
Training company aims to turn pounds 8m into pounds 100m. 513
Two more tenants sign up for Linden Park site. 337
Tyne and Wear offers a wide choice of quality units. 537
Tyneside firm is first to acquire funds under Islamic bond rules. 545
United strikes deal in Hong Kong. 195
Vickery vows to regain his England spot. 269
Volunteers are needed to help clamp down on speeding drivers. 179
Weaknesses laid bare on chastening night; A VIEW FROM THE GALLOWGATE. 412
Weed campaign becoming silly; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 105
Wheel clampers to be banned from private land. 192
Why smacking your toddler should be against the law. 1200
Why university students are going Potty about Harry; New module is proving popular. 535
Wife alerted police; NORTH TODAY: COURT. 101
Workers alone should travel free; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 125
Your chance to own a bit of vintage Hollywood; Actress's coat and case up for sale. 526

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