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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (March 23, 2010)

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60-year-olds to miss the bus on free travel passes. 255
A bit of a Carry On down City way; A VIEW FROM THE GALLOWGATE PAUL DIXON. 420
A Grand chance; SPORT SHORTS: EQUESTRIAN. 109
A man of outstanding gifts brought low by the lure of easy cash; Former council leader JEREMY BEECHAM knew T Dan Smith better than most. 463
A saga continues. 81
Agronomy course. 107
Animal magic of the wild beasts. 355
Beans means nailing colours to the mast. 257
Bidding war on cards for Arriva. 236
Big clean-up for fly-tip eyesore on North shore. 237
Blow to Vipers as Kralj moves on; ICE HOCKEY. 366
Body found; NORTH TODAY: MISSING MAN. 107
BRUNO LEADS TRIBUTES AS BOXING LEGEND HARRY CARPENTER DIES. 179
Byers suspended from Labour Party; Hoon, Hewitt also axed in lobby inquiry. 494
Campbell: Gordon is our No 1 man; Gordon's our No 1 man, says Campbell. 649
Canoe scam pair's story goes on T V. 196
Cats chief calls foul on Super League set-up. 441
Chapman sets lofty standards; Ace focused on more success. 429
Charity event was a huge success; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 165
City HQ aims to coast it in marine management. 364
Cliff rock fall sparks safety alert at seaside town. 332
Closing care homes seems strange policy. 250
Cloud's in the castle; THE small Northumberland town of Alnwick sees its fair share of tourists and foreign visitors each year, but among the most common are young Americans. ZOY BURN visited the small university campus hidden away in Alnwick Castle to find out more. 1251
Dannii Minogue is newest star of M&S adverts. 198
Darling to showcase 'green' bank plans; Final touches are applied to vital Budget. 862
Daughter's tribute released as a single; Song recorded the evening her mum died. 557
David Wells. 523
DEATHS. 1085
DECISIONS NOT GOING OUR WAY, SAYS BANGLADESH CAPTAIN. 506
Democracy abused by councillors; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 94
Depleted Spartans in share of spoils; BLUE SQUARE NORTH. 355
DRESSING DOWN FROM VIEWERS. 132
Drug dealer made to pay back pounds 40k in crime cash. 268
Easter fun; NORTH TODAY: CHILDREN. 87
Fast and furious fun with young. 281
FOR BETTER, FOR WORSE. 482
From red tape to the thin blue line: Retiring police chief tackles your questions; THE Chief Constable of Northumbria Police, MIKE CRAIK, is to retire at the end of this month after five years in the job. We asked Journal readers to put their questions to him about his time in charge and issues they wish to raise. 1101
FTSE creeps up after early profit-taking. 255
Gateshead still on red alert; BLUE SQUARE PREMIER. 252
Getting facts wrong over pit closures; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 270
Has history painted us the wrong picture of T Dan Smith? Visionary or crook? The verdict on T Dan Smith usually encompasses a bit of both. But a new book maintains the former Newcastle Council leader was the victim of rough justice. ADRIAN PEARSON reports. 566
Has Labour sold us all short again? 179
Hayman clings to World Cup dream. 615
Homework is hard for parents, not just pupils. 528
Horse show gets over vital hurdle; MP critical of event for 'toffs'. 626
Hoy fires warning to his track rivals; SPORT SHORTS: CYCLING. 146
Hughes is in driving seat for GT1 series; MOTORSPORT. 394
Ill-luck and ambition blamed for dairy crash. 408
IN MEMORIAM. Obituary 195
Injured Onions is facing Test agony. 590
Injury forces sad Buist to call it a day; Former Falcon retires after failing to overcome knee problems. 930
It's all adding up for battling Craig; Trainee clinches award three years after horrific fall. 470
Keep up good work on mental health; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 105
KEEPING CHARITY SAFE AND SECURE. 209
Leader says predecessor's legacy has not worn well. 272
LIONS ROAR TO SUPERB WIN AT LEEDS. 187
Long-ago tourist s on great adventure; IT wasn't only southern toffs who went on the Grand Tour. TONY HENDERSON finds out about early trippers from the North East. 741
Making sure you're fully prepared. 350
Man admits killing after victim dies. 175
Managing grazing to counteract hard winter. 339
MARKET UPDATE. 248
Name the Year. 105
New age dawns for the UK's over-60s; Uni leads bid to alter views on ageing. 501
Nile hoping to be in full flow again. 360
North needs stability and no tax hikes, Darling told. 477
NOW, STEVE, NO ROUGHING UP THE SPONSOR. 218
One-team approach called for. 616
Outlook is bright as Bob the Painter goes it alone. 345
OUTRAGE AT NEEDLESS DEATH. 166
Paisley back to best in Cup win; Chris helps retain title. 593
Parts maker hopes to cash in electric Leaf. 285
Pick of the day. 162
Plenty of cheer at expanding firm. 250
Police car in accident as it rushes to emergency. 158
Pool back on road for Saints test. 324
Port operator agrees to meet its rejected suitors. 465
Prison staff's calls ignored; Officers' fury at attack on Soham killer. 376
Profits rise as consumers retain their taste for Irn-Bru. Financial report 324
Pupils barricaded in school as raiders caught. 295
Quakers chairman weighs up options; Singh pledge in new boss hunt. 475
Quiz of the day. 181
Resolute Magpies take right road; Away form is their Achilles heel but the psychological safety net of St James' Park makes Newcastle a difficult proposition anywhere, writes Stuart Rayner. 1190
Robber gets life; BRITAIN TODAY: COURTS. 90
Save pounds 6 on Rainbow Nation ticket. 166
School inspections may be misleading; Ofsted has raised the bar much higher. 465
Shedding light on the climate debate; Landmarks to go dark in global event. 361
Shock as Watmore resigns; Frustrated FA chief quits post. 440
Shocking act that surely belongs to the bad old days. 320
Six facing jail after fraud blown apart; Bogus staff flown in from east Europe. 543
Smarter car use to cut energy bills. 379
Smells, swells and hells bedevil the trip. 403
Smoker sues; BRITAIN TODAY: COURTS. 80
Sorry, but I'll still have a go at Ashley; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 175
SPORT TODAY. 472
Staff stage fresh wave of strike action. 193
Strachan eyes loan signing; Boro boss looks to bolster squad before deadline. 748
Strikes cost BA with more industrial action due. 255
Takeover gives Brulines more forecourt presence. 510
Tanks for nothing: American victory hits North workers; Hundreds of jobs set to go at factory. 594
Taxi for Mr Byers. 98
Taylor is likely to miss the run-in; Taylor likely to miss run-in. 767
Tears flow as pals pay tribute to Kevin; Crowds turn out for cancer victim's funeral. 534
The mouse and the Hitler moustache. 627
Third day of civil servants' strike action. 173
Thousands of children run away from home. 257
Time for facts on Europe. 139
Time is running out for rate pleas. 162
TIME TO ADD. 104
Tindall buoyed by Paris performance. 429
Top-priced bull sells for 4,000gn and goes to Northern Ireland. 309
Town's tough time; NON-LEAGUE ROUND-UP. 119
Trust ready to share the secrets of saving energy. 244
Uniting, finally, to save the NHS; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 215
Victory proves a real Coup for Bishop. 462
Who are your Great North Run heroes? Journal readers fill Hall of Fame. 603
Wolseley planning sell-off of divisions. 338
YOUR SPACE. 207
Zola focused on beating Wolves; FOOTBALL SHORTS: WEST HAM UNITED. 115

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