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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (July 7, 2010)

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'Hidden' problem of a simple meal; Plight of many is masked by charities' work. 433
'Pause for reflection' could end train hopes; Cost worries may scupper jobs and new fleet plans. 599
A real jewel for the city; THE proposed pounds 200m development of offices, homes and hotels in the Stephenson Quarter south of Central Station in Newcastle will be a huge boost for the region, say North East property experts. 342
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS. 151
Ageing is a lucrative business; THEY hold 80% of the UK's wealth and are responsible for almost half of consumer spending but society continues to consider them a drain on resources rather that an economic opportunity. KAREN DENT reports on efforts to get to grips with the needs of older people and speaks to businesses already tapping into an increasingly lucrative market. 1789
Arrogance of drivers makes a mum see red. 585
Atherton: Murali is freakishly brilliant. 459
Balancing act on the economy. 402
Bard book trial accused won't give evidence; Jury will not hear Scott's explanation. 479
Bastian: Spain are top dogs in clash. 490
Bates returns with top university role. 574
Big deal for Simon at BTG McInnes. 246
Black Cats are warned to be in good shape; Black Cats must be in shape. 505
Boyd will be prolific for Boro boys; Naismith backing striker. 447
British troops 'to be pulled out of Sangin'. 216
Business advisory firm is looking for 1,100 recruits. 204
BUSINESS DIARY; JULY. 243
Casino chain expansion plans after profits rise. 605
Charity event that''s strictly for the ladies. 249
Cheryl Cole in hospital suffering from malaria. 241
Confusion as to who employed staff at bookshop; Cathedral bosses in legal fight. 620
Counting cost of cancelling scheme; Headteacher of school needing repair work hits out. 527
Couple dealt a whole new business venture. 220
Cyclists a danger on pavements; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 217
Dairy increases prices to producers. 173
Darkness falls, but spotlight stays on Rothbury; Moat 'knows area like back of his hand'. 880
DAVEY'S LUCKY DOUBLE. 251
David Wells. 532
DEATHS. 565
Development a significant step forward. 259
Differentials are not just geographic. 209
Dinner Ladies make a great impression. 484
Dutch delight as destiny beckons. 894
East Germany 'helped fund miners strike' ECONOMY TODAY: EMPLOYMENT. 115
Event aims to help understanding of tribunals. 359
Farmers can carry medical card to keep GP in the know. 216
Ferguson is a huge loss for Scotland. 470
Firm looks for gateway back to the golden years. 534
Floating museums worthy of April 1; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 125
GAME Angling. 737
Grant for sub-sea cabling enterprise. 277
GUT FEELING ABOUT A SPICY SOLUTION TO DIGESTION PROBLEM. 302
Harming the cradle of our future. 348
Have we forgotten the hard lessons? 654
Heartfelt thanks to fayre supporters; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 222
Helen makes light of her new venture. 190
Hidden gem of the Lakes up for sale. 139
Hunt for gunman takes a dramatic new turn; Men feared to be hostages are arrested. 563
Inquiry to be held into torture claims; Cameron says compensation may be paid. 494
It's only rock 'n' roll but they really like it; Duo miss graduation to tour. 342
Jones will be ready; SPORT SHORTS: RUGBY UNION. 111
Kids sending bikes to Africa. 349
LANCASTER BOMBER PILOTS ROLL BACK THE YEARS. 176
Life starts to 'work itself out' for Woods; GOLF. 458
List should be seen as 'badge of honour'. 832
Mahut back to winning ways; SPORT SHORTS: TENNIS. 107
Man killed with blunt instrument. 186
Mediation is usually better than litigation. 510
Mesmerised by the calmness and beauty of brass. 493
Metnor sales are down 50% after difficult year. 459
Miller Homes' site managers take pride in their work. Awards list 421
Mining sector records strong performance. 268
MOAT: THE STORY SO FAR. 403
MOAT: THE STORY SO FAR. 392
More praise for shopping centre. 135
Mum's screams as children burned; Woman forced to jump from blazing home. 588
Nadal returns; FOOTBALL SHORTS: MALLORCA. 117
New skyline in focus for city architects. 357
North East academy sponsor quits Lords. 213
North hopes hit for six by Bedfordshire; Opposing skipper's fine knock seals side's victory. 655
NOT TOTAL FOOTBALL, BUT DUTCH HAVE ADDED A TOUCH OF CLASS TO TOURNAMENT; COMMENT. 689
Officer's wife tells of fear; Sunday's shooting of policeman David Rathband has brought home the dangers faced by officers in the course of their duty. Writing for The Journal, one officer's wife explains the worries she feels as her husband goes out of the door. 409
Olympic champion Ohuruogu left out; ATHLETICS. 233
Online grocer begins fight to woo the City. 415
PEOPLE ON THE MOVE. 336
PEOPLE PASSING BY MAKE GREAT SUBJECTS FOR ARTIST. 181
Perch sets his sights on Danny's right-back role; Perch sets sights on a right-back role. 776
Perfect for Josh; FOOTBALL SHORTS: ABERDEEN. 112
Persimmon ride through sales dip. 593
Plan to pay North workers less cash; Anger at idea of 'intolerable' regional system. 469
Plan will breathe new life into historic building. 455
Police net is closing in on fugitive killer; Village put on lockdown as search goes on. 584
POLICE RAID HOME OF FORMER BOUNCER. 249
Prestigious offices fail to attract any new tenants. 363
Providing a vibrant link to Quayside. 271
Pupils pass science tests, but lack understanding. 310
Quiz of the Day. 175
Rainfall ready for Falmouth glory. 454
Residents are in the national spotlight; Rothbury is the focus of huge manhunt. 637
Risks of sharing the costs of a new property in bid to get on the ladder. 482
Sailing crusade. 302
Search for 'most wanted man' moves from Tyneside. 188
Semenya 'thrilled' she's back on track; ATHLETICS. 448
SERIES VICTORY. 113
Shoe firm defies difficult market. 231
Showbiz lights go on again for delightful Isla; WHATEVER became of Isla St Clair after The Generation Game? STEVE BURBRIDGE catches up with her on the theatre circuit. 952
Software giant Sage goes global for pounds 200m. 432
Specialist charged with task of renting offices. 153
Spoilt players were just not up to it; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 208
SPORT TODAY. 464
Too heavy on brakes might put world back in recession. 500
TOP FIVE ULTRA-QUICK HEALTHY MEALS. 440
Torres is hoping to get nod for semis. 428
Treasure moments not milestones. 308
TYKES ON TOP AS RASHID STAKES HIS ENGLAND CLAIMS; LV COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP. 479
Upbeat sales figures show rise in new re gistrations. 465
Views on jobless were not spiteful; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 160
Warriors will battle it out in city's free event. 324
Watchdog boss will leave post. 196
Waving the emblems of a nation's illusion; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 211
We'll not break the bank for Fabregas. 511
WIGGINS HAPPY TO BE BACK IN BUSINESS. 480
Wool's royal seal of approval. 435
World Cup fever puts stop to sales decline. Financial report 305

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