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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (October 30, 2010)

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'I remember knocking some of my father's teeth out playing mini-golf... on the first tee''. 674
'I'd ask the fans to stick with us and keep backing the team' Tired fanbase urged to unite behind Boro legend. 736
'I've got much to thank Bobby for' The eyes of the region will focus on St James' Park tomorrow lunchtime, but there is one person whose absence will be acutely felt by Sunderland boss Steve Bruce. Chief sports writer Luke Edwards reports. 913
200-1 shock at Wetherby. 719
Ad men are glad men as third quarter UK sales sent rocketing. Financial report 341
Adaptation fails to match up to TV success; Keeping Up Appearances at The Playhouse, Whitley Bay until today. 268
Aim low and save us misery of relegation. 109
Air freight is subjected to stringent safety checks. 179
Alert as explosives found on aircraft; Obama says threat is seen as 'credible'. 638
Attitude remains strong in Spartans squad; BLUE SQUARE BET NORTH. 346
Back small business to offset cuts. 627
Be the perfect partner for a pregnant woman; DADS-to-be, listen up. There's a book on the market which tells you all you need to know about the next nine months. And it'll make you laugh too, says SAM WONFOR. 833
Biker dies over a week after city centre smash. 322
Breeders' Cup fever grips race punters. 437
Bright bursts before winter chill; In the last of his series reporting on his walks through the seasons at one of the most beautiful gardens in Northumberland, John Ellis takes a long, lingering look at the spectacular autumn colours. 557
Budget rise is 'victory for Britain' Cameron delight at settlement on Brussels funding. 445
Building the perfect home. 1345
Carlisle need defensive fix; Cumbrians seeking to regain balance at the back. 673
Carlo calls for Chelsea to be more ruthless. 504
Character, charm and space. 227
City meets country at The Willows. 356
Classic books brought to life at festival. 194
COMPETITION. 128
CONCERN OVER RISE IN VICIOUS ATTACKS ON HORSES. 495
Concerns of industry need to be heard. 207
Council shows its teeth as dog costs rise; Owners face a fine if pets don't have collars. 448
CREATE SOME FRIGHTFULLY GOOD PUMPKINS. 150
Cudjoe pledges to rise to challenge; RUGBY LEAGUE. 428
DEATHS. 526
DIAMONDS HOPEFUL OF OVERTURNING DEFICIT; SPEEDWAY. 631
Durham can show they are capable hosts. 589
Each day a school day for Carroll; Newcastle striker adapting to life with skipper's family: Each day's a school day for striker. 702
Eagles set the standard for rest of season; Sharks knocked off their perch in overtime thriller. 485
Electric start to warehouse skate project. 173
England squad in fine shape, insists Morris. 334
Enron and the nature of greed played out. 274
EVO-STIK FIRST DIVISION NORTH. 274
Family shop for sale. 120
Fears of further fuel bill increases; BRITAIN TODAY: ENERGY. 122
Festive gift for home buyers. 356
FIVE TO FOLLOW. 234
Forward feels full of vigour; Wilson loves being involved. 714
Friendly and flexible. 215
friendly Cottage is so family. 390
Gap no problem; FOOTBALL SHORTS: CELTIC. 104
Getting the handle on Crimbo and Halloween. 626
Giants task is Vipers' spur; Coach hoping Devils defeat will inspire his men. 444
Give me 5. 370
GLOSSARY TERMS. Glossary 177
Going bananas in the woods; ARANDA RAHBARKOUHI zipped along to West Lothian for a spot of high wire action in the great outdoors. 1318
Half-year profit shows BA is now up to flying high again. 507
Healthcare companies nominated. 270
Henson in the background for now. 197
Hero PC's praise for award hopefuls; Officer humbled by nomination. 450
home maker. 334
HOT TICKET: Children North East, [...]. 287
Hughton humbled by Bruce's genuine show of support; As Newcastle and Sunderland prepare to do battle for the 142nd time, the relationship between their managers is far more cordial. Chief sports writer Luke Edwards reports. 852
IN MEMORIAM. Obituary 166
Injection pen wins national acclaim; Design helps diabetics cope with illness. 456
It's a capital life for thieves and muggers. 161
Jaguar unleashed. 486
Jane is the Unicorn star; Big turnout in Hemlington. 354
JONNY RULED OUT BY SHOULDER INJURY. 336
Judgment reserved in case of PhD 'bullying'. 153
Landlords criticise housing policy. 367
Late goals no reason to panic, says boss. 469
Leaders face tough Ewood obstacle. 441
Linda's parents tell of nightmare; BRITAIN TODAY: DEATH. 127
Londoners' wine whinge hits firm; Company ordered to change name. 531
Long ago days when real horsepower was king; THE role of the horse in shaping British farming was fundamental but could not compete with the march of mechanisation. BRUCE JOBSON looks at the changing face of autumn agriculture from the pages of his father's 1950s diary. 1464
Long ride lies ahead for hunt backers; Battle lines redrawn in dispute. 368
Look of luxury at family homes. 321
McIntyre stands up for the Toon during visit; HE sold out the Metro Radio Arena earlier this year, performed to a packed Comedy Roadshow crowd at Sunderland Empire last month and has a new autobiography Life & Laughing rocketing up the bestseller lists. KAREN WILSON meets comedian Michael McIntyre in Newcastle. 940
Medics' war zone visit improves health care. 220
Mortgage lending falls by 90% in year; Fears grow for struggling homes market. 421
MP blasts North's brave new world; Cutting verdict on coalition's economic deal. 556
Mum's lucky blaze find. 106
My life. 449
Nacarat set for Wetherby win? 94 MOSCROP ON SATURDAY: Conditions and weights favour Charlie Hall hopeful. 620
Navigating the financial minefield. 538
Neil keen to keep gaze on the baize; SNOOKER. 436
Newcomer set to rival Audi A3. 487
NORTHERN ALLIANCE. 312
NOW SHOWING. 429
Oldest United fan is laid to rest, aged 102; Bella watched her first game 94 years ago. 346
Pensioner drowns on dream holiday; Family tell of anger over boat safety. 740
Perhaps we should try a Labour utopia. 352
Photographers focus on the region's beauty; ENVIRONMENT Editor TONY HENDERSON on the lure of the North East for landscape photo graphers. 669
Pick of the day. 177
Pick of the day. 199
Politician jailed in T Dan Smith scandal dies. 284
Popular package at family homes. 339
Port's growing reputation set to create jobs; Future is bright after launch of new initiative. 393
Post production firm seeking to branch out. 461
Prepare to get down and party; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 274
Prepare to party. 431
Pupils are virtually in a new country; Scheme breaks down barriers. 435
Q&A. 642
Q5 is quite wonderful. 571
Quakers hoping to spring a surprise; BLUE SQUARE BET PREMIER. 364
Quiz of the Day. 164
Rarified class in every area. 622
Red Devils can go all the way; Harry certain of Old Trafford recovery. 744
Respect won't lessen rivalry. 399
Retailers bid for a big say on future. 326
Rock chief's future at bank in doubt; Hoffman is tipped to land key new role. 546
Ronaldo: Wayne has got it right; FOOTBALL SHORTS: MANCHESTER UNITED. 189
Rutland residents fought for name. 157
SARABAND'S SELECTIONS. 236
SCOTTISH LEAGUE THIRD DIVISION. 280
SEAT's odd one out is a real family gem. 394
Serious challenge. 553
SHOWBIZNEWS. 513
Simple matter of saving for your retirement; THE Government has changed not only the age at which State pensions can be claimed but the amounts you can pay and claim back in tax relief. Finance expert IAN LOWES explains the issues and offers some advice. 727
Skip to it! HERE'S week six of fitness expert David Fairlamb's Fat Attack programme. 649
South Africa ease past Pakistan; SPORT SHORTS: CRICKET. 139
Sports retailer hit with pounds 445,000 fine. 316
STL NORTHERN LEAGUE. 548
Struggling farming firm goes into liquidation. 186
Subsidies will kill us, says plant chief; Fears raised for North wood plant. 665
Supergrass walks free; Informer spared jail for vicious attack because of police deal. 472
Take That at the double; Extra tour date in North after tickets chaos. 790
Temporary measure as Reid moves. 352
Terrible toll of wars takes best of men. 222
The peak of good health; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 787
They demolished his car park and gave his Rocket a rocket - but architect still has pride; Luder fights his corner in documentary. 598
Thirteen criminals are still on the run despite recall. 248
This laid-back Beemer packs a hefty punch. 573
This week !... 386
three of a kind; Bungalows can suit a range of buyers, from those stepping on the ladder to those looking to downsize. homemaker looks at three on the market. 286
Time's right to save lives. 121
Timely boost for recent graduates. 434
TITLE RACE LEADER HANAGAN HOPING THERE'S STRENGTH IN NUMBERS; 94 MOSCROP ON SATURDAY. 464
Top councillor defiant over Thatcher row. 223
Treasury dismisses fears over benefits; Parents given fine warning over changes. 694
Tree surgeons prove they're a cut above; Council staff leave birds to fly the nest. 447
United job wasn't right; Managing United wasn't right move. 497
Utility companies star in headline index. 308
Vera v Caroline; SPORT SHORTS: TENNIS. 140
View from the slow lane; THEY'RE the perfect antidote to road rage, help form lifelong friendships and are not just a man thing. Members of the MG Car Club, which has just celebrated its 80th anniversary, explain what life in the slow lane means to them. MIKE KELLY reports.: Not a pompon in sight. 1819
Villa boss planning squad surgery. 424
Villagers braced for new opencast fight; Third attempt in 11 years to exploit site. 563
Visit offers Gateshead shot at redemption; BLUE SQUARE BET PREMIER. 426
Weapons are uncovered in drugs swoop. 217
WEARSIDE LEAGUE. 324
Welcome home! 246
WESTWOOD ON COURSE FOR TOP SPOT AS KAYMER SLIPS BACK; GOLF. 871
WHAT''S HOT. 363
Will all of you get out; Trust launches drive to get us off our sofas. 649
YOUNG MUSICIANS STRUM A TUNE TO RAISE CASH FOR CHARITY. 259
Youngsters shown how to mind their own business. 200

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