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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (July 6, 2010)

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Title Author Type Words
'Farce' of criminal record checks. 245
50s FAB; 50s fashion is having a revival and swing dresses, pedal pushers and capri pants are making a comeback. LIZ LAMB shows you how to get the look ahead of a new show in Newcastle celebrating the era. 821
A step up into new roles as partners. 322
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS. 110
Akmal ends run in flowing style; SPORT SHORTS: CRICKET. 101
An independent query for Scots; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 122
Andrew wins it - without knowing. 449
Another season is about to Dawn. 384
B&B investors plan to appeal. 307
Banding marched into my heart; Our brass band reviewer RACHEL FLINT has played and marched with the best of them. Here she explains the magic of the music. 1058
Battle is bubbling; SPORT SHORTS: AUTO. 112
Bert has belief in Dutch masters; Influential duo can fire us to final, says van Marwijk. 686
Black Cats need to balance the books. 539
BORO BUOYED BY BOYD SIGNING. 212
Britain's huge debt to these brave young men. 387
Business mum is nominated for award. 132
Celebrating 6 Music's escape from the axe. 192
Celebrity chef's efforts should be recognised. 221
Cheat is spared jail after he faked eBay bids; First prosecution of its kind. 539
Compensation pay 'must not be cut' Unions in vow to fight civil service plans. 577
Constituencies to change in voting reforms. 283
Countryside bolstered by strength of community. 546
Credit Suisse sees housebuilding potential. 288
Cuts policy comes at a high price; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 199
Dad, 30, is killed in compound attack; Security guard died defending aid offices. 526
David Wells. 513
Dealing with Chancellor's decisions. 372
Death driver faces jail; Popular teenager died in crash. 278
DEATHS. 1534
Doctors tell tired Cheryl to give herself a break. 181
Driver killed in accident. 173
Economy expands - but serious concerns still remain. 327
Education takes another budget hit. 206
Fabregas: We want to play football - not mind games - with Germans. 846
Festival of ingenuity. 262
First signing has whetted appetites; Newcastle United have landed their first new signing of the summer but the arrival of James Perch has only whetted the appetite for more new faces, says Chief sports writer Luke Edwards. 879
Flatmate could have been at the scene. 482
Flora looks set to bloom on step up. 447
Four in for Cumbrians. 245
Fugitive sent police a long list of grievances; One dead, two hurt and the hunt goes on. 500
Furnace company is all fired up for sales surge. 498
Getting their teeth into gig. 283
GOVERNMENT WILL PROVIDE EXTRA HELP. 219
Growing passion leads to new awards; Pupils digging for victory. 633
Guard gave written warning that Moat planned murder. 533
Harry is back on podium. 629
HMRC reminder to businesses over VAT. 185
Hopes are shattered as school projects cancelled; 46 North East schemes fall victim to Government cuts. 870
Hughton thrilled to clinch first deal; Perch landed at long last. 316
Inquiry to open into land's status. 267
It's time to play the 'what if?' game. 642
Lampard shot too fast, says official; FOOTBALL SHORTS: LINESMAN. 109
LIKE FATHER LIKE SON AS YOUNG MITCHELL TAKES HAT-TRICK. 436
Lloyds keeps a stake in offloaded investments. 418
Lyth has a grand old time for the Tykes; CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND-UP. 462
Miners' lockout; NORTH TODAY: HERITAGE. 135
Moorland recognised for unique beauty. 255
MORE CHAOS ON ROADS FOR TOUR'S RIDERS IN THE STORM; TOUR DE FRANCE. 391
Moves for permanent ice rink take steps closer. 293
Musical mixture for school choir. 254
N'Zogbia offered chance to return; N'Zogbia tempted to return to region. 691
New jobs boost revealed by city solicitors' firm. 357
New member for powerful finance body; ECONOMY TODAY. 109
New routes will improve bus services in the region. 208
NO LINK TO DURHAM SHOOTING. 360
North dessert manufacture rs are flying high. 229
Northumberland on brink of win - if they have time; Decision time looms for skipper Marc. 633
NOW SHOWING. 465
Park improvements are a vanity project; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 168
Pete sets the tone for a new approach. 408
Pick of the day. 196
Plumbing firm comes under gaze of Travis; COMPANIES TODAY: BUILDING. 108
Powell is predicting 2012 joy for Brits; ATHLETICS. 502
Prison staff 'very cautious' about risks of release. 418
Quiz of the Day. 175
Race is on as office workers get in gear; Challenge will find who is the greenest. 484
Rare plant blooms in North. 162
Red Kites deserve our appreciation; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 305
Rose is ready for major test; Justin favourite for Open victory. 524
Save water - and win a great family weekend. 453
Science and art are perfect mix at Hall; New work will show carbon levels in the air. 584
Scrappage scheme boosts dealership. 366
Shakespeare case man has theft convictions. 181
Shot PC wants to help catch fugitive Moat; Images of bloodied face are released. 297
Speedy way to save lives in the region; Transplant aircraft based in North East. 431
SPORT TODAY Silksworth v Washington [...]. 431
Spotlight on EID to curb rules burden. 181
Spring deadline for bus station work; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 219
Steroid abuse has been linked to anger and aggression. 409
Supermarket worker 'died after push'. 161
TANTRUMS & TIARAS. 357
The benefits of business being heard. 383
Thunder in search for two coaches; RUGBY LEAGUE. 401
Tigers pounce for ex-Falcon Fraser. 631
Top Beeb exports lift earnings. 237
We are celebrities... get us in to here; Promise is fulfilled as duo open retreat. 535
We are no cheats, blasts Uruguay coach. 382
Women partners are into woodland learning. 370

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