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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (December 13, 2010)

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'I have no plans to return to front line politics - at the moment that is' DAVID MILIBAND INTERVIEW: Defeated leadership contender may be out of the limelight - but he's not out of the game. 709
Ancelotti believes the Blues are back; Missed penalty 'doesn't matter'. 694
Audience loves Minchin on cheese. 378
Baltic benefits wider economy. 746
Better routes to higher level skills. 430
BIG-FIGHT CURSE STRIKES AGAIN FOR UNLUCKY DOLAN. 405
BITTERSWEET VICTORY FOR MUNSTER. 186
Brand new partnership for Danielle. 225
Bruce forgives kids for their off-day. 418
Campaign to warn public of terrorism; 'If you see something, say something'. 683
Champagne, pyjamas and a prince. 608
Champion Amir a real Oscar-winner; Khan set for blockbusting bouts - De La Hoya. 535
Chris Hughton is alive and kicking. 103
Christmas angels; DOTING mums and dads can treat their tiny tots to a stylish outfit for Christmas day. LIZ LAMB has the details. 287
Coalition' forgetting' the North East. 274
College in fresh protest on grants being axed. 244
Council backtracks on equal pay claim; U-turn after unions step in over pay claim. 472
Council backtracks over equal pay; U-turn after unions step in over pay claim. 565
Council boss under fire for wage rise. 278
Council makes a meal of Christmas; Annual dinner 'unnecessary' during cuts. 461
Custodian of th e club; HE calls himself the 'chief cook and bottle washer' -something he enjoys more than his brief stint as David Beckham's bag carrier - and sees himself as the custodian of a tradition that stretches back 181 years. KAREN DENT meets David Devennie, the man charged with bringing the Northern Counties Club into the 21st Century. 1728
DAIRY BOSSES ARE MAKING A SONG AND DANCE OVER X FACTOR. 310
DAIRY BOSSES ARE MAKING A SONG AND DANCE OVER X FACTOR. 496
David Wells. 509
DEATHS. 374
Defensive frailties stun Durham. 414
Diversifying consultant adds another string to its bow. 558
Eight-point plan to pave way for North's green boom. 423
England intent on staying unbeaten; CRICKET. 520
Family affair; SPORT SHORTS: ATHLETICS. 110
Fans play crucial role in tense win. 1342
Festival gives Polish taste of homeland. 156
Festive dinner sparks anger; Council makes a meal out of Christmas. 393
FUTURE OF HISTORIC BUILDING HANGS IN BALANCE AFTER ROOF COLLAPSES. 469
Gap year satire an online hit. 184
Godolphin glory; RACING IN BRIEF: HONG KONG. 122
Graham hops on the Bus. 230
Hero hailed as baby rescued from blaze; Neighbour carries boy down ladder. 527
Hopes of glory in Europe crushed; Falcons coach admits defeat. 837
House sellers forced to slash their asking prices. 412
Incubators can reflect an ambition. 364
Local MP broke election promise. 209
Make companies for lack of service. 138
Man wrongly convicted is arrested again; Former prisoner served 27 years for a crime he did not commit. 275
Martin overcomes nerves to take title; GOLF. 508
McCarthy delighted by spirit of Wolves. 363
Middle East talks on Iceland are hotting up. 314
Miliband has real enemies in his sights. 213
Mind on the job yet again. 616
Name the Year. 101
New arrival is in need of a name. 204
New fashion store is a blast from the past. 276
New jobs in commercial mortgage lending agreed. 417
New vision of the Future; North band's album covers re-interpreted to raise charity cash. 516
NFU welcomes moves to help UK's struggling dairy farmers. 432
No relief for Bank as inflation rate to stay high. 574
Noel's chance of a welcome victory. 396
NOW SHOWING. 466
One year for us to set pace in a green revolution; Warning over competition for energy jobs. 134
Opportunity missed, but draw shows signs of Cats' progress. 1296
PARDEW'S HANDS-OFF APPROACH TO FIRST GAME IN CHARGE. 391
Pickles to unveil town hall cuts; Minister vows to crack down on execs' pay. 417
Pickoftheday. 180
POIGNANT ANNUAL CAROL SERVICE IS TRIBUTE TO CANCER VICTIMS. 166
pounds 3m plans hailed as major step for college. 303
Premier League is so tough - Wenger. 371
Quiz of the Day. 167
Reasons to remain cheerful? There are three ... 804
SCOTS PREMIER ROUND-UP. 267
SCOTTISH LEAGUE DIVISION THREE. 278
SHARE TIPS. 311
Shoppers urged to slow down. 256
Sit-in students' protest ends; March marks finish of fine art occupation. 405
Slow start costs Vipers; ICE HOCKEY. 507
Small businesses need to be supported to grow. 423
Stranded sub's sea trial's breakdown. 140
Striker Carroll told assault case is all over; Star had been accused of attacking former girlfriend. 470
Team-mates steer clear of Mensah. 707
Ten-men Trotters seal dramatic victory. 400
Tevez left fuming by City statement; PREMIER LEAGUE ROUND-UP. 475
The art of surviving spending cuts; AS councils wait to find out how much the Government will allow them to spend, DAVID WHETSTONE talks to two main players on the North East cultural scene about surviving the cuts. 254
Tony's case for Boro defence; Makeshift back four keeps out Bellamy and Co. 706
Too many students and universities. 155
Tourism fears grow as funding cuts loom; Action plan to promote county better. 559
TRIUMPHANT DAGGERS PUT FOXES TO THE SWORD. 668
Two men injured in machete attack. 222
Two more held in fee protest inquiry; Mother of injured man tells of hospital dispute. 627
Vintage Jonny getting better; SPORT SHORTS: RUGBY UNION. 131
Wadsworth's magic touch; Pool win again as the upturn in fortunes continues. 613
Warning over push for jobs; 12 months for green initiative. 377
Wasps not buzzing. 154
We rely heavily on both these agencies. 283
We told boss of doubts - Barton. 362
We won't slide back to bad days, insists Nolan; Spur behind rout of Reds. 665
Weather forecasts no longer a joke. 266
Westoe reward ground staff; REGIONAL ROUND-UP. 249
WHITLEY DOUBLE. 220
Williams has Higgins in a spin in final; Welshman Mark is helped by a wizard display. 410
Woman robbed; NORTH TODAY: ATTACK. 112
Woman seen with axe in the street. 152
Worth taking a closer look at Informa. 467

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