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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (January 20, 2010)

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Title Author Type Words
'Hard power' will win. 401
'Mad' sentence given by judge. 318
'The time to bid for funding is now' Businesses urged to help electric plan:. 544
A chance to change. 91
All that's good in education. 540
ALLARDYCE PREPARED TO PUT HIS SUIT ON ROVERS REACHING CARLING CUP FINAL. 539
Andy hoping changes will do him good. 711
Avoid costly mistakes on rights of way. 380
Banking giant reports 2009 'progress'. 513
Beirut bond is forged on film; Student films epic show by girl refugees. 469
Beith steps into red diesel row. 260
Body of woman, 19, discovered by riverside. 247
Bruce's anger as Jones linked with loan move; Boss blasts Liverpool. 670
BUSINESS DIARY. 248
Celebrating business success in North East England. 432
Challenge for Kendall. 111
Club confident despite setback; FOOTBALL SHORTS: PORTSMOUTH. 170
COMMUNITY RALLIES ROUND TO HELP LUCY. 302
Conferences are great for the region. 489
Coping with aftermath of recession. 307
Credit crunch will change the way businesses think; WILL the next 12 months see us finally shake off the recession and return to the buoyant conditions we enjoyed before the credit crunch reared its ugly head? Or could there perhaps be even darker times ahead? Here the CBI - alongside other well-placed business experts - checks the pulse of the region's economy to see if it is fit enough to take on the challenges that lie ahead. 949
David Wells. 778
DEATHS. 916
Demand for Brown to speak at inquiry. 333
Demolition business built on strong foundations. 423
Developer in talks over business park. 380
Early finish brings enjoyable night to an abrupt end. Concert review 344
Events to give you a head start. 135
Experience is key in changing market. 247
Family hope petition will prevent tragedies. 308
Festival feeling that's coming in from the cold; THE vibe of sunshine-soaked summer festivals is being brought undercover to banish the winter blues to the nearest Wellington boot. SAM WONFOR previews ... while trying to remember where she left her flip-flops. 588
Finger loss firm pleads guilty. 179
Furious footwork captivates audience, but risks straying from Irish essence. 345
Gateshead take their place in last 16; FA CARLSBERG TROPHY. 395
GENEROSITY OF BRITISH PUBLIC SEES pounds 25M COLLECTED FOR HAITI. 210
German bunds may be a worthy investment. 579
Good policy would keep Corus open. 211
Hammers fan Sullivan lives out his dream. 529
Help from ex-sufferer. 317
HENDERSON'S AN INSPIRATION TO YOUNG GUNS, SAYS BALL. 467
How a business was born when a mini-mule met Her Majesty. 206
How do we regenerate tired high streets? 397
Inflation and Cadbury dominate market news; John Dance Brewin Dolphin. 279
Inflation jump is highest since records began. 485
Injuries are hurting Arsenal's chances. 549
ITV loses fight over ad price. 146
Jailed crook sues charity for day release 'wages' Friend donated cash to pay for fraudster's work. 727
Job fears over pounds 11bn Cadbury takeover; Historic deal will end firm's independence. 600
Jobs boost for subsea vehicle maker may help secure sales. 525
Judgment day for efforts to help young jobless. 306
Label rules welcomed. 114
Lapdancer had pounds 1,500 of stolen underwear. 200
Looking for the light at the end of the tunnel. 443
Madrid blueprint; FOOTBALL SHORTS: FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. 83
MARKET UPDATE. 243
Marlon's awaiting Magpies decision. 636
Matt: I've a lot to learn in new role. 650
McCain's Wymott can strike again. 418
Medical spending; BRITAIN TODAY: HEALTH. 81
Meeting challenge of transformation. 305
Morgan was a major target. 756
Motorists are warned after lorry smash; Fog causes chaos on the region's roads. 840
MP's sliver of hope for Corus workers. 699
MPs do their bit to promote wind power; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 155
Name the Year. 83
Network and exchange ideas at unique event. Conference news 342
New-look Quakers get a vital victory. 459
NON-LEAGUE ROUND-UP. 385
North a hotbed of creativity. 156
North East roots help architect win. 455
Nurse told she was 'wrong colour for Cumbria'. 461
Oilseed growers are urged to consider more hardy varieties. 384
Our role crucial for Haiti's children; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 264
Pair join forces to put their dream into practice. 242
PEOPLE ON THE MOVE. 406
Phone company weathers storm. Company overview 581
Pianist on form after hand injury. 262
Pick of the day. 185
Pitman Tom brings the mines to life; Insight into a vanished world. 521
Police disciplined over rape inquiry; Victim's anger as series of blunders hit investigation. 406
Prepare now for increase in CGT rates. 378
Pressure for instant results; Commons speaker calls for votes to be counted on night. 498
Pride is salvaged despite defeat. 506
Quiz of the Day. 169
Ready to share; SPORT SHORTS: FORMULA ONE. 112
Redundancy can be spark for new ideas; Conference urging people to become entrepreneurs. Conference news 550
Rising to the challenge of Kilimanjaro climb. 349
Sarnie shop is set to hit double. 247
Second water company accepts ruling. 257
Sharp rise in black unemployment rate; ECONOMY TODAY: JOBS. 83
Silence falls over town as a hero is mourned; Hundreds line streets to pay their respects. 1138
Small businesses are bac ckbone of our economy. 634
Smith: We have to make signings; Smith: We need to sign new players. 680
Snood brings Burberry profits. 300
Spartans found wanting as Northwich go nap. 298
Staggering to feet and straight into an uncertain future. 628
Standing out; NORTH TODAY: POLICE. 128
Student website success. 187
Success celebrated with 'Rural Oscars' Trio now look to take coveted national prize. 579
Success is sweet for soft drinks brewer. 326
Talk Talk spots winning opportunity. 236
Target of cruel taunts; Duty manager wins payout for abuse. 562
Tests put end to murder inquiry; Death revealed to be the result of natural causes. 357
Tevez tortures old side for slick City. 882
Thatcher's not to blame for all our ills; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 265
Thief snared by have-a-go-hero; Rugby player grabbed shoe after incident. 451
This year will see only the strongest survive; Property experts from the North East air their views on how the high street will develop over the year. 510
Time capsule holds key to society. 316
Togetherness works. 370
Top performance sees off 'big club'. 726
Tories should get tough over Europe; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 141
Town honours one of its own; Bomb disposal expert laid to rest: Silence falls over streets as a fallen hero is mourned. 82
Tributes pour in for rugby legend; SPORT SHORTS: RUGBY UNION. 120
Two categories are still open for nominations. 255
Unions slam pension "scare monge ring" ECONOMY TODAY: PENSIONS. 104
Unique opportunity was just too good to miss. Company overview 335
United deal makes business sense; THE VOICE OF NE BUSINESS. 444
University closure call is short-sighted; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 143
Venter decision is delayed by RFU until today. 516
We must learn to live with the snow. 521
Witness plea; BRITAIN TODAY: POLICE. 99
Work starts on landmark develo pment at Quorum. 376
Working together to create jobs. 240

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