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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (July 16, 2010)

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Title Author Type Words
'I missed terrorist bombing by hours' Humanitarian was in club on day of blast. 644
'To those objectors I simply say: get over it, because it is going to happen' Lord Sugar says region should be turbine leader. 594
A boatload of fish taken. 456
A range of events to get people involved. 541
Approval is wanted for new school. 192
Architect is honoured with plaque. 177
Arts in plea over spending cuts. 772
Bistro a mini marvel that punches above its weight; TABLE FOR 4 KATHARINE CAPOCCI: Jordans, Ryton, Gateshead. Restaurant review 990
Boost for builder Surgo after winning pounds 6m of new contracts. 444
Brulines says growth will not be stopped. 212
Bumper pay packets. 168
Businesses told to make most of the opportunities. 262
Central contracts; SPORT SHORTS: RUGBY UNION. 132
Chris aims to ensure fine dining is on Eshott menu. 319
Collin expects lively friendly; Cumbrians are taking United match seriously. 634
COMPETITION: Win a night in Chillingham Castle. 211
COMPETITION: Win tickets for Gateshead Flower Show and VIP tour. 318
Confidential legal papers discovered in hotel bar. 215
Cook has four-day cricket on mind. 474
Crowning glory for property portfolio. 308
Cuts put thousands on the scrap heap; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 189
Daryl on way - Danny set to arrive; MURPHY SET TO LEAVE BLACK CATS WHILE WELBECK MAY ARRIVE. 683
David wells. 525
Dawkins has stopped asking questions; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 229
Delight in hamlet as wind farm is scrapped. 223
Dispelling the myth of the dreaded beer belly; BEER. 1110
Domestic goddess; REACHING the semi-finals of BBC's MasterChef culinary show a few months ago has opened lots of oven doors for Stacie Stewart, as KATHARINE CAPOCCI discovers. 346
Emile calls time on England role; FOOTBALL SHORTS: ENGLAND. 141
Emma's Gift can be present at end; Saraband. 487
Experts to give advice on nutrition at meeting. 130
Exporters' trade success. 365
Families lost pounds 25,000 in two years of finance crisis. 245
FAMILY TOY STORY 3 (1hr [...]. 378
Farm gets grant for shop and restaurant. 221
Farm shop products in demand; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 377
Figures questioned as crime hits a low; Labour fury as statistics 'trashed'. 579
Finley warms up to normality again; Baby back at home after heart surgery. 477
Freeze on pounds 100m jobs fund for the region; Treasury orders RDA not to spend cash. 519
Good news for region despite cutbacks; CONSTRUCTING EXCELLENCE. 397
Graduates get their first step on the career ladder. 262
Graduates will foot bill for universities; Payments set to depend on later earnings. 481
Gun users show no love for wildlife; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 109
Harper sets sights on 400-game milestone; HARPER DISMISSES CELTIC SPECULATION. 658
Harvest reopens biofuels plant. 466
Hodgson can be a role model; FOOTBALL SHORTS: LIVERPOOL. 112
HRMC to challenge Pompey decision. 370
I'm no flash Harry, insists jet-set driver; Racing star is happiest in his Campervan. 487
IN MEMORIAM. Obituary 126
Kingston Park is free of egos; Moriarty views lack of big names as an advantage. 599
Love of film led to career as a movie reviewer. 302
Man dies in hospital after fracas. 179
McIlroy tears St Andrews to pieces; 21-year-old hits incredible 63. 1346
McManus: Leaving Celtic was difficult; Bhoy now a Boro boy. 490
Monkeying around at Lowry's shelter. 654
Museum is North's top tourist attraction; BOB CUFFE: Venue hopes to see its millionth visitor later this year. 503
New tapes reveal Moat's frustrations; Council chief gives details of meetings. 608
Nineteen days that shook world of athletics; But Cram is looking back over 25 years with regret: It was one of the greatest 19 days in North East sport as Steve Cram broke world records at three different distances. Cause for celebration, you might think, but 25 years on Cram tells Stuart Rayner of his mixed feelings. 869
North East travel agency buys out neighbouring group. 609
Now you can walk this way and be in style; Unlikely fashion icon inspires clothing range. 559
OFFER: An exclusive tour for all the family at Wild @ Beamish. 203
Oil leak is halted but BP still faces a tense wait. 282
Pay rates have yet to be made up after cuts; ECONOMY TODAY: PAY. 120
Payments warning as the hot weather hits milk producers. 410
Pensions issue is still not resolved. 392
Pick of the day. 182
Police issue warning to fans ahead of game. 279
Producers adding their own sparkle; WINE. 1107
Profits hike for US bank after fears of tougher times ahead. 401
Property firm goes from strength to strength. 386
Quiz of the Day. 168
RAF school celebrates anniversary. 172
RECIPE OF THE WEEK; Smoked salmon with butterbean humous. Recipe 306
Relief for Findlay as ban is replaced; HORSE RACING. 386
Residents' anger over rat infestation. 414
Rock legends back home for UK tour; Roxy Music cele bra te anniversary. 544
Ruling will add to animals' suffering; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 181
Search for second weapon called off by police. 278
Semenya wins on comeback; SPORT SHORTS: ATHLETICS. 138
Spending cuts could mean 135 fewer officers. 247
Stuck in the old days with our food choices. 648
Super profit for fashion firm home and away. 345
Tesco bid puts us in an unhealthy position; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 164
The weakness waiting to trap coalition. 211
This isn't a playground; Picture used to send the message... 386
THRILLER INCEPTION (2hr 28 mins) [...]. 453
Tide turns on Moat tributes and web page; Flowers taken from the spot where he died. 147
Tide turns on tributes; Flowers for killer are removed and webpage is taken down. 533
Town in transformation; Plans for redevelopment handed over. 412
Travelodge expands in pounds 75m deal. 226
Unfamiliar opening for Tiger, sitting in chasing pack. 769
University ready for a revamp. 223
US jobless figures subdue the market. 252
Village turns attention to the music of its festival. 474
Warning to be sceptical about emails from bank. 230
We must be United in support of club; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 187
Wellstream welcomes its new chief executive. 521
Who killed my gentle brother Fred? 390
World Cup wonders ... and the rest; BOB CUFFE. 934
You could have been there. 118

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