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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (November 3, 2010)

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'It's time for action to find Madeleine' Parents hit out at lack of progress. 522
'Parking injustice must not happen' Traders and residents send a message to the council. 520
'Somebody looked at my father and then shot him dead'. 325
140 jobs secured in firm takeover; US deal ends a year of doubt. 567
26 people affected by closures. 341
A balanced economy is key to growth. 677
A great start for UK teams; Medal haul on the horizon for Britain's boat crews. 611
A lesson to be learned by landlords. 455
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS. 201
Adam not wanting a move - Holloway. 493
Adebayor laughs off disunity rumours. 402
All power to firm as fuel cell tests break new ground. 413
Amazing horse; RACING IN BRIEF: OUR VIC. 130
Answers sought over son's death. 485
Asylum seeker comments 'sad' VOICE OF THE NORTH. 134
Bad boys are given the Warhol treatment. 573
Bale shines again as Spurs beat Inter. 584
Bardsley is keen to stay with Black Cats. 274
Bogus workers found in double raid. 168
BP's back in the black. 267
BUSINESS DIARY. 363
Call to councils for lessons in lipreading. 183
Carlisle are the top dogs as Rovers beat. 696
Caught after assault; Court told of PC''s station sex attack. 420
CELEBRATING BUSINESS SUCCESS. 372
Churches' systems of sound improve. 330
City agent scoops top title for deals. 103
Coalition policy may set region way back; Minister admits possible failure of partnerships. 580
Cole could return to face former side. 408
Council staff could be working in Woolworths. 262
Cup clash survives terrible weather; NON-LEAGUE ROUND-UP. 421
David Wells. 511
DEATHS. 1278
Double whammy warning as planners meet. 469
Dowdy in the workplace but needed in the home. 710
Early warning; BRITAIN TODAY: TERRORISM. 102
English way is to 'cut someone else' VOICE OF THE NORTH. 169
Event provides a window on new markets. Conference news 424
Family's fury at claims marksman used song lyrics during evidence. 359
Films, fun and learning. 319
Finalists who are doing the North East proud. 447
Firms see impact of regional fund. 366
Fitness not issue; RACING IN BRIEF: DOWN ROYAL. 178
Fletcher kicks off Red rally in Bursa. 788
Forget vampires - werewolves are leading the pack; VAMPIRES have been done to death, says writer Steve Feasey. Werewolves are his thing, as DAVID WHETSTONE finds out. 869
Free advice on dealing with danger. 220
Frustrating night for Rangers in Valencia. 497
Furniture retailer gets a 'business MOT'. Company overview 357
Gatland: We need to get physical. 327
Growth is preserve of fresh food firm. 483
Gun law proposal follows Bird's 12 murders; Report reveals new details. 799
Hall plan hit by objections; Owners want to build 60 houses to fund restoration project. 839
HARTLEPOOL'S HOPES OF HOME WIN HIT BY RAIN. 218
Have I got some good news for you! 574
Heritage is put to one side by Hape; Auckland-born star will start. 715
High-profile link-up for apprenticeships. 241
Historic herd owners bid to boost visitors. 452
HOME ADVANTAGE CAN'T SAVE LOPEZ AS MURRAY MARCHES ON; TENNIS. 416
Home sweet home for brave youngster; After months in hospital tiny heart transplant patient Lydia gets the all-cle a r. 576
Homes plan to restore slice of history; Owners want to build 60 properties. 167
Hoy's role model; SPORT SHORTS: CYCLING. 112
Ice work if you can get it with Tesco. 202
IN MEMORIAM. Obituary 229
Insurers announce a further pounds 400m in cost savings. 459
INTO THE FIRE. 273
Is the US ready to turn on QE tap? 529
Kalahari King is hoping to rule; RACING IN BRIEF: KELSO. 146
Keeping a-head of offenders at club; Cameras used as deterrent by door staff. 467
Lawyers get a kick out of charity event. 157
Lloyds set for its first profits since crunch. 474
Logan positive ahead of All Blacks clash. 393
Man's death caused by fall; Murder-style inquiry led to traffic chaos. 333
MARKING ACHIEVEMENT IS EVEN MORE IMPORTANT NOW. 406
Mastery can command the field. 449
Media firm benefits from free legal advice. 329
Mock tribunal's close to reality. 345
My squad's strong, insists Ancelotti. 459
NECC EVENTS. 177
NEEC delight at sponsors. 150
New entente over forces of defence; Britain and France sign 'radical' deal. 539
NEW KITCHEN AT CENTRE OF PROBE INTO GAS EXPLOSION. 146
New man to take on practice's leading role. 399
New thinking is needed elsewhere too. 214
NOW SHOWING. 429
Offshore jobs in pipeline. 235
Oil and gas firms dominate leaderboard. 334
PEOPLE ON THE MOVE. 306
Planning ahead is vital for tank track manufacturer; AS the key decisions of the UK's strategic defence review become known, experts are speculating on its impact for the country's defence industry. However, JOHN HILL finds the process of planning for the future began far earlier than October for some North East companies. Company overview 1771
Police pledge over rural crime; Countryside is not a soft touch for criminals. 135
Potts - A new chapter in print. Company overview 1004
pounds 200,000 cash boost for regional slaughterhouse. 375
pounds 3.3m deal for North East's fastest-growing gaming firm. 550
Prior: We'll steer clear of sledging. 671
Quorum bucks the trend. 242
Recruitment firm secures millions in US investment; Glass firm''s future looks secure: Page 35. 425
Revamp plan for village centre moves closer. 172
Scheme to protect precious landscapes has pounds 3m funding. 226
Service worsens under new owners; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 289
Shakespeare. 161
Short-break investment will create 90 new jobs. 484
Shrugging off dip in sales. 155
Simpson backing English Magpies. 256
Society are on song at Sage; Photographs showcase region's music scene. 403
Spring start for pounds 50m plan. 558
Staff's wig gig to raise funds. 328
Starters restaurant ends Serving up a winner. 416
The business of finding success, however small. 514
The key to success at Kielder is mobility. 604
Thefts from churches highlight rural risks; Rural campaigners warn of increased crime on winter nights - police alert. 552
Time region shouted louder. 438
Transport chiefs say Boris has been given an easy ride. 351
Visit to site tests out buffer zone; Controversy at fact-finding mission. 490
Watson Burton successfully resolving disputes. 1105
Wilshere's star in ascendancy. 336
Winger hints at Magpies interest; Legear draws list of admirers. 602
Wise women in disguise; OUR expert CHRISTINE CHAPMAN looks at resourceful women in the plays of Shakespeare, with particular reference to As You Like It and The Merchant of Venice. 783
Woods' praise for new number one; SPORT SHORTS: GOLF. 191
YENE still has that festive feeling. 220
Your cannot print letters you don't get; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 344

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