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

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'Cavalier' ministers silence North voice; Costs weren't considered as office closed. 445
'I never wanted pounds 500,000 for sitting around' Hoffman turns down bank's pay package. 143
'I thought it was a terrorist attack' Passenger's fear as lorry falls on to train. 562
...CLASSIC TRACKS. 303
A busy weekend for budding writers. 401
A lucky break into acting; WHEN Ella McCourt-Cox broke her fingers playing football over the summer holidays her parents wondered what they could do to keep the active youngster occupied. However it turned out to be a lucky break as to pass the time she auditioned for a part in an award winning play - and got the role. MIKE KELLY. 307
A very worm welcome. 338
Abbott call for side to rise to occasion. 572
Accident left man injured seriously. 160
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS. 261
Admiration for US democratic system; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 172
Alcohol study sends out wrong message; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 231
Alhambra gets to the point. 381
ANGELERI STILL HAS A FUTURE AT STADIUM OF LIGHT. 347
Angelic look for region's largest bridal exhibition. 196
Ark Royal tributes led by the Queen; Navy flagship to be taken out of service. 689
Back Bolton to upset odds at Spurs. 472
Banks in focus as FTSE gains level out. 316
Best of the bunch. 135
BETTER THAN THE AVERAGE LESSON. 127
Black Pack gives a personal touch. 469
Blake's confident Fab will be back. 626
BLUE SQUARE BET NORTH. 287
Bogie is hoping to beat Ince this time; FA CUP FIRST ROUND. 414
Bomb claims; WORLD TODAY: TERRORISM. 111
Bruce has no Jones fear; BRUCE HAS NO JONES FEARS. 593
BT apply to put turbine in village. 180
Business must change name. 235
Bye bye Blackbirds; MORE PICTURES visit our gallery at www.homemaker.co.uk. 501
Campaigners plot return to society's good old days. 290
Car park plan could drive a lift in cattle venue's fortunes. 263
Chef has another fight on his plate; Rapper appeals in naming row. 414
Chips went everywhere with me, so most games included him - even turning him into a gymkhana dog with jumps in the garden! 787
Chronic infection threat to sheep. 498
Citroen DS3 is packing a punch. 392
CLS blends style with attitude. 686
Common as muck? not this Sharan... 660
Company's boss fined for asbestos blunder. 235
Concern for welfare of missing man. 117
CONTINUED my ongoing musical statues [...]. 346
Conversions with a contemporary twist. 266
Cooper knows about the upsets; FA CUP FIRST ROUND. 392
Criminal concerns on the rural beat; COUNTRYSIDE crime issues in Northumberland are coming under the spotlight later this month at the county's first ever rural policing forum. KAREN DENT finds out what the event at County Hall is aiming to achieve. 1046
David's foolproof fat attack; FITNESS expert David Fairlamb continues his Fat Attack Circuit. 568
DEATHS. 985
Debussy set to strike Turf gold; Gosden's horse is top performer. 458
Detached family home with three bedrooms. 128
Diary. 379
Dorset traffic is not a valid comparison; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 138
Drug maker aims to grow in animal health sector. 292
Elderly woman is recovering from ordeal. 254
EVO-STIK LEAGUE DIVISION ONE NORTH. 270
Fall in number of bankruptcies; BRITAIN TODAY: MONEY. 111
Final piece of the jigsaw; Niall Quinn is newest patron for charity. 506
FLAT SEASON AIMING TO GO OUT WITH A FIZZ. 542
Former car dealer drawn into business. 436
Former Viper expecting a tough test; ICE HOCKEY. 392
Gill's joy on trail of the wild geese; ENVIRONMENT Editor TONY HENDERSON on an ecologist 's wild goose chase. 600
Hankies required for affecting tale of a family in crisis over debt; Inheritance at Live Theatre, Newcastle, until November 27. 372
Hatchback meets SUV with Korando; RECORD BREAKER New crossover Korando. 312
Highlights of our decade; BRITISH hairdresser of the year nominees Hooker and Young are celebrating 10 years in their Newcastle salon. Michael Young chats to LIZ LAMB about the key styles of the decade and we give 200 readers the chance to win a free haircut. 1086
Hollow promises over dualling of A1; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 162
Homelessness fear for 12,000; Warning over Government's benefit cuts. 376
HSBC growth pegged as it prepares for overhaul. 461
Hughton keeping minds on the job. 835
Hughton still seeks assistant; Magpies manager dismisses speculation Kerr will be appointed: Boss dismisses Kerr rumour. 659
Hundreds of Iraqi civilians 'abused' WORLD TODAY: COURT. 116
Husband of crash victim speaks out after tragedy. 249
I HAVEN'T been in the [...]. 301
I wasn't found but there was still plenty to cheer. 587
I'd like to be Steve's manager; IMPRESSIVE Steven Gerrard after one of his three goals against Napoli. 607
In keeping with tradition; Homes in keeping with tradition. 353
IN MEMORIAM. Obituary 384
Information at fingertips. 235
Jobs for the week. 148
JOHNSON ADMITS ENGLAND MUST BE AT THEIR BEST TO BEAT ALL BLACKS. 433
Juro lives up to the image. 377
Keeping the garden ever green; Hannah Stephenson looks at how we can use evergreens in our garden to perk up borders during winter months. 572
Landlords seek to rebalance law. 262
Last few properties at rural retreat. 261
Late husband will be hard to follow; Respected councillor's widow voted in. 478
Lee's in control of a hectic work life; LEE Mack is winding down after a very busy year. But he's still got enough jokes to fill the City Hall three nights running. SAM WONFOR talks to him. 835
Lights fantastic; The days are getting shorter, so it's important to make sure your lights don't let you down, says Claire Hornby. 461
Listed city centre apartment. 148
Listed home at coast has great views. 129
Massive fire breaks out after explosion; Smoke and flames visible for miles. 584
Mini BMW has X Factor. 512
More discover benefits of Consett; There are homes to suit everyone's taste in Consett. homemaker takes a look. 504
Mortgage monitor Source - Neil [...]. 311
Motorists at risk by travelling on A1; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 103
move and improve. 136
My life. 418
National Hunt hits top gear next week. 436
No return to work for radiologists. 207
NOW SHOWING. 444
Owners call time and put pub on the market. 160
Pause for thought on BBC's tough day; Happiness is the theme of Sage festival. 372
Pedigree and punch in one car; THOROUGHBRED Expect no more than a dozen mpg from the Maserati Gran Turismo. 516
PENSION REVIEW. 258
Pensions strike hits output. 310
Pick of the day. 178
Pick of the day. 186
Pilgrim is wary of strength in depth. 725
Preacher keeps British passport. 312
Public get time in the spotlight. 129
Pupils plant to keep city. 222
PUPILS WILL HAVE TO BE ON THEIR TOES FOR EVE'S BIG DAY. 196
Q&A; YOUR money queries are answered by PETER RUTHERFORD, senior director of Rutherford Wilkinson Ltd, chartered financial planners. 517
Qantas chief blames engine design for fault. 276
Quinn is helping keep the Cats on even keel; Niall Quinn has become the new patron of the Sir Bobby Robson Foundation, and he accepted the honour by reminding everyone how the great man himself would have coped with a disappointment like last weekend's demolition derby. Chief sports writer Luke Edwards reports. 1356
Quiz of the Day. 173
Red Bull drivers are flying in Brazil. 438
Rentokil to recruit hundreds of drivers. 362
Retro romance; THE Swinging Sixties are all the rage again, as evidenced by the popularity of BBC Four's Mad Men and a new BBC One series called Rewind The Sixties. KAREN WILSON explains why there's no need to let the style stay on screen. 1325
Rock should have seen pay row coming. 215
Rose's yard is set to bloom; Dobbin now boasts first-class facilities. 920
Safety comes first on bonfire night; Crews launch annual operation. 257
Saga of Fletcher family will have you laughing to the finish; Photo Finish, Customs House, South Shields, until tonight. 268
Sats shake-up can lead to a better result. 383
Secret sale of paintings will not go ahead. 571
Should mouse traps be treated as snares? VOICE OF THE NORTH. 118
SHOWBIZ NEWS. 426
Simply Marpleous; ESHOTT Hall is a magical wedding venue but it offers just as much as a hotel for a weekend getaway in Northumberland. LUKE EDWARDS reports. 1261
Star's rib injury is no worry. 681
STARS GIVE A SMALLS BIT OF HELP. 275
STL NORTHERN LEAGUE. 598
Supermarket effect puts the squeeze on off-licences. 358
Talks set up as cuts threaten tourism; Industry vital to the region's prosperity. 418
Tall Ships race may be coming back to Tyneside. 515
Tea, but no sympathy; Twinings uses Euro cash to move our jobs. 501
Teesside throws hat into ring to host Government's green bank. 390
Thanks but no thanks; Northern Rock boss turns down pounds 500,000 pay deal. 637
The benefits of timber frame; House doctor Peter Fall explains a cause for concern with timber-framed homes. 584
The joy and the pain of a very special relationship; VETERAN broadcaster Gloria Hunniford is known for her passionate views about being a grandparent, and now she's put them down in a book. LISA SALMON talks to her. 835
The property week Home prices take a dip. 215
Things are looking up, says Simpson. 542
This promise wasn't worth breaking. 632
three of a kind; Single-storey homes are popular with a variety of buyers. homemaker picks out three now on the market. 230
Time to consider alternative savings choices. 673
Van package that will keep your firm on the move; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 348
Village living. 257
Wadsworth not expecting easy task. 357
Watchdog probes North firm's auditors. 236
We won't be struggling at bottom end when it really counts. 621
Westwood on course to cement top spot; GOLF. 527
What a shower! Pensioner kept waiting while pounds 80,000 spent at County Hall. 566
WHAT''S HOT Liz Lamb. 725
Williams ready for smiling assassins. 472
WIN one of 200 cut and blow drys. 183
Winners and losers in the rise of green investments. 754
Woolas suspended over election lies; Labour will not support ex-minister. 726
You're so well-spoken; 180 want Geordie translator job. 430

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