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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (October 29, 2010)

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'Families will be hit hard by latest air duty rise'. 222
'Firemen wouldn't save drowning son' Mum's horror as safety rules stop rescue. 452
A delicious dilemma; Two North East chefs make final of top BBC show. 480
A feather in the cap for chef; KATHARINE CAPOCCI The Feathers Inn, Hedley on the Hill, Northumberland. Restaurant review 1268
A rocky start for Kaymer; GOLF. 359
Academic rejects claims of race case student; I don't recall use of slur, says director. 495
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS. 145
Act now to make the most of your pension pot. 447
Agri-Expo is set to be a huge success. 170
Anger over veil of 'secrecy' at council; Lack of debate criticised as undemocratic. 551
Another option for those looking for a regular income. 327
Appeal for help after girl tells of street attack. 346
Bad debts blow to hit Santander profits. Financial report 371
Bad luck, not bad bulk, is the reason for injuries to ankles, insists Tait; Falcons coach rejects popular theory. 612
Band call for fans to put rivalry to one side; Single in aid of cancer fund. 488
Battle for data on animal tests; Freedom of Information chief backs university's stance. 429
Be prepared for the worst. 239
Benefits plan risks 'social cleansing' Mayor clashes with ministers over housing. 517
Cable critical after region splits on LEPs; THE ECONOMIC BATTLEGROUND: Only Teesside permitted to go-ahead. 774
CALDWELL KEEN TO PROVE A POINT IN PREMIER LEAGUE. 383
Cancer victim fund has raised double its target. 210
Carroll succeeds in hotel appeal to court; Magistrates ease bail ruling. 417
Cats boss sure Titus will excel in derby; Ready for boo-boys. 571
Coaching in business for Polish residents. 250
Collieries' success gives UK Coal hope for 2011. 403
COMEDY THE KIDS ARE ALL [...]. 410
COMEDY. 318
COMPETITION: Win Electric Estate tickets. 299
Council gears up to charge motorists; Free parking schemes set to be axed. 436
County accused over failure to hold area debate. 340
Crash victim is named as police probe continues. 324
DEATHS. 754
Diamonds find challenge too steep a leap; SPEEDWAY. 727
Driving a partnership for the future. 420
Economic and market overview; CHARLES NICHOLSON, a director of Iain Nicholson Investment Management reviews the world situation. 943
Economic unit 'is on its own'. 381
FANS CHAT HAPPILY TO TV INTERVIEWER PARKY. 236
Finding the top crop of the region's call centres. 379
Firm's loss as downturn hits market dramatically. 512
First vertical showroom is an instant hit. 353
Fish still feeding despite the frost. 543
Gavin to let rugby do all his talking. 383
Haris ponders loan to Championship. 446
HORROR. 316
Hovis are hopeful of end to dispute. 500
Hughton backing for keeper Krul; Hughton backing Krul to stay cool. 593
I'm not overawed claims Evensen; BOXING. 425
In celebration of autumn lamb; IN SEASON WITH MAY WILSON, HEAD CHEF AT CRAGSIDE. 1000
It's about time that you got your act together; Minister tells the North East to look forward - or lose out. 153
It's war, cries proud Strauss; Old rivals get ready for Ashes battle. 697
Jobs boost after Clugston contract wins. 280
Lay off Higgins, urges Robertson; SPORT SHORTS: SNOOKER. 162
Leaders next but Blaydon hopeful of upset; REGIONAL ROUND-UP. 436
Let us work to the best of our abilities. 443
LONDON ZOO WELCOMES FIRST NEWBORN GORILLA IN 20 YEARS. 108
Man arrested as police probe school raids. 161
Neptune to ride Wetherby's waves; Saraband. 422
New attitude to old world wines; WINE HELEN SAVAGE. 1101
New battle looming as town plan resurfaces. 252
New rules give region a new look. 205
New team offer wealth management service. 454
NEWBIGGIN ANGLERS CAST THEIR WAY TO OPEN WIN. 559
Newcastle braced for Hunt season. 454
NFU renews call to ban Chinese lanterns. 259
Nil-rate band planning - to transfer or not to transfer; JON GOULD, a solicitor in Hay & Kilner''s Private Capital team, offers advice on protecting assets from inheritance tax. 537
Nissans are recalled over starter fault; 84,000 Micras need to be repaired. 462
No more excuses - Flournoy; Newcastle's Fab demands perfection from Eagles. 602
OFFER: Visit Dr Fish for the latest foot treatment. 274
OFFER: Visit the heroic age of Northumbria. 162
One North East assets move confirmed. 346
Passengers from Tenerife held after cigarette seizure. 278
Pick of the day. 163
Planning to finance your bundle of joy. 948
Plea goes out over key plan for city; Former ice rink to be developed. 454
Political leaders not from the same world. 851
Port handed double boost on jobs front; Focus on the green industries paying off. 473
QUICKBITES. 343
Quiz of the Day. 168
Rat Race is still on track at platform 2. 1275
Revealed: What Hitler used to enjoy for breakfast. 165
Roz and Phil strengthen Two Castles team. 417
Russian apology for insults; FOOTBALL SHORTS: WORLD CUP. 105
Shell's profits looking well for third quarter. Financial report 332
Sports centre overhaul will make a big splash. 440
Start-ups hope to cash in on innovative ideas. 583
Stuck in a debt deal with no escape. 668
Survey reveals farmers' fears over short-term prospects. 369
Survey will assess ongoing impact of floods. 364
Take care when laying blame; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 210
Takeover gives 100 staff their jobs back; Celebrations as food firm deal hands workers a lifeline. 593
Tears as Vickery ends his career. 434
Telecoms giant picks up and lifts FTSE. 280
The new voice of sports radio. 306
The thin blue line is getting a bit too thin; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 110
Thieves take two cars in house raid. 182
Time to enjoy sizzling time in the run-up to Christmas. 627
Tough times need servant leadership. 392
Tourism chiefs welcome news. 287
Townspeople fume over plan's revival; Supermarket and homes are proposed. 547
Tragedy in front of TV; Boy died on sofa watching football game. 483
Training rescued a sticky situation; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 157
Trial bids to help region's stroke victims; Early treatment could prove vital. 564
Tribute to war dead should be retained; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 148
United fans have an abundance of 'villains' to jeer; Lee Cattermole will be happy to be back on the boos when he leads Sunderland out at St James' Park on Sunday. Mark Douglas reports. 1030
We are still a dead end for transport; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 347
We'll fight closure plan, residents vow; Pensioners blame council for uncertainty. 497
What next for tower as sale goes through? Landmark has its own online cheerleaders. 357
Yobs hurl rocks in firefighter ambush; Attackers will be prosecuted says manager. 503
Young ideas for a better bus service; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 196

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