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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (December 21, 2011)

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'Little choice' over plans to build new homes. 243
'Reel' treasures unearthed as church celebrates anniversary. 858
A new chapter as writing group plans to expand in 2012; From 2012, New Writing North will receive a big increase in Arts Council England funding to extend its services to writers outside the North East. Director CLAIRE MALCOLM looks to the year ahead. 422
Actor Healy is hit with driving ban. 172
Anti-bullying measures to be brought up to speed in review. 321
Apprentice nets award for her online strategy. 361
BAD WEATHER HINDERS CAMERON'S PLAN TO MEET TROOPS. 251
Bah humbug to Christmas as a student; Opinion. 554
Balancing the positive with the negative for the coming year. 532
Bank charges for currency axed; BRITAIN TODAY MONEY. 118
Bank prepares for euro doom. 142
Bendtner challenge to show his worth; O'NEILL: BENDTNER NEEDS TO PROVE HIMSELF. 669
Bogus callers now target computers. 109
Books worth looking out for in new year; Disappearance and Dickens are literary themes for 2012. JAMES HOGG, sales executive of Newcastle-based Inpress, which represents small publishers, selects some New Year reads. 490
Builders showing faith in recovery. 374
CAMEO PANTO ROLE FOR RUN GEORDIE RUN MAN. 186
Care home company rapped after inspection. 323
Cats need a stronger squad. 401
CELEBRATING NORTH EAST BUSINESS CHAMPIONS. 506
Changes have not improved things; Views of the North. 242
Comeback kings Wolves earn a point. 501
Council predicts pounds 5.6m overspend. 241
Criticism as senior staff asked to leave; Resignation letters come before reform. 662
Deadline approaching. 212
DEATHS. 1094
Dees on land panel. 165
Delight as business park takes top title; Sustainable transport bid has paid off. 347
Don't miss Culture Quiz. 252
Downbeat forecast north of the border; ECONOMY TODAY SCOTLAND. 115
Drug test setbacks a blow to company. 177
Dyer may still fight back, says Warnock. 508
Early discounts help retailers attract more festive shoppers. 508
Expert saves most endangered birds; Wildlife worker's bid to increase numbers of rare sandpipers. 479
Falcons brothers secure new deals. 633
Festival planners revive their bid; International music event call. 523
Festive wish of RAF pair; Siblings plan to meet up for meal in desert. 780
Figures indicate a challenging 2012. 389
Flying the flag for regional excellence. 553
France suspend Olympic athlete; SPORT SHORTS ATHLETICS. 130
Friendship and freedom; The Czechoslovakian Velvet Revolution of 1989 saw V[beta]clav Havel, who died on Sunday, become president. His friend Miroslav Bernard talks exclusively to The Journal. 1965
From Twitter Follow The Journal [...]. 117
German survey lifts UK markets higher. 292
Getting the best value for cull cows. 430
Give me snowfall in inches please; Views of the North. 123
Government to press on with pension reforms. 222
Graduate a global hit in world of fashion; Designer wins award in New York. 463
Graduate lands job with car parts firm. 389
Great year for region's businesses. 312
Hacking case deal for Gazza; Claim close to being settled. 425
Hard work pays off for junior trio. 349
Hodgson calls on Jara for Toon clash. 456
IN MEMORIAM. Obituary 121
Injury ends Nile's stint as loan Ranger. 305
Innovative North technology brings greener solutions; Columnist. 663
IT MIGHT BE NEARLY CHRISTMAS BUT THIS IS NOT A MIRACLE. 142
It's been a fantastic year - we are way ahead of where I hoped we would be, says Pardew; It has been examining at times, but Alan Pardew has been delighted with the way the past year has gone. MARK DOUGLAS reports. 915
Khan gets appeal for points defeat. 499
Law firm advises on start-up accelerator. 401
Law firm helping to raise smiles at club. 313
Major boost for abbey's pounds 3m appeal; pounds 50,000 grant towards visitor centre. 638
MARKET UPDATE. 366
Midnight ready for good run. 426
MPs back protests against urban sprawl; Concern at default yes to development. 568
MPs say reforms could lead to urban sprawl; New planning guidelines are condemned. 117
New hub for small business. 153
New members of Youth Parliament; NORTH TODAY GOVERNANCE. 122
Newcastle to battle for broadband cash share. 225
No return for cheque cards; BRITAIN TODAY MONEY. 117
North East firm wins road repairs contract. 282
North needs an economic highway; Views of the North. 251
NOW SHOWING SHERLOCK HOLMES: A [...]. 468
O'Neill's dream raises the bar on Wearside, but for now reality bites; Sunderland in desperate need of some firepower Martin O'Neill arrived at Sunderland dreaming of Barcelona but, says STUART RAYNER, a bit of Peter Reid football would cheer up the Black Cats boss. 852
OFF-FORM PONTING NOT ASSURED OF AN AUSSIE TEST PLACE. 358
Old folks prepare to blockade quarry. 306
One-stop-shop advice for farms. 160
Pakistan defiant as Shakib stars. 801
Pardew in plea to fans over Obertan; Pardew's plea over Obertan. 613
Partnership can see us through. 625
Patrols are stepped up after purses are stolen. 228
Piers: I didn't listen to illegal messages; Former Mirror editor quizzed over recording. 512
Playing it safe by delving into key moments in time; Nordic thrillers brought a chill wind to our bookshelves this year, but what''s hot for 2012? HANNAH STEPHENSON reports. 489
Police 'could open fire on arsonists' Campaigners denounce bullets plans. 479
Pothole kings' military link to boost production. 476
Private sector must create more jobs; Union leaders call for more investment. 364
Prof joins Prince in music tribute; Unsung composer explored in TV documentary. 368
Promotion makes new director. 240
Quiz of the Day. 184
Radical overhaul revamps dealers. 541
Rail travellers face new year price rise; Cost of fares to go up by an average of 6%. 714
Rescue hopes for hundreds of energy jobs; Government solar power rethink signal. 562
Resolve to ditch the fags this new year. 464
Rovers sink to rock bottom; Pressure on boss Kean grows after another defeat. 760
SCIENTISTS DISCOVER EARTH-LIKE PLANET. 134
Shake-up at homes group after review. 527
Singer will be on song at Ludlow; Saraband. 456
SON VIEWS BODY OF NORTH KOREAN RULER. 257
Stay safe out and about partying; Views of the North. 166
Suarez is banned; FOOTBALL SHORTS LIVERPOOL. 117
Taking Things Seriously Is What [...]. 513
THE PLANNING REFORMS ROW: YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED. 638
Three reasons to celebrate; The Andersens have more reason than most to celebrate this Christmas in style after a rollercoaster last five years. JANE HALL reports. 1274
Time to remember our lost loved ones; 11,000 lights shine out at this year''s St Oswald's Light Up A Life ceremony. Obituary 453
Town centre crackdown sees crime fall by third. 245
Transport chiefs in bus takeover bid; Competition Commission report probe. 496
Travelling public deserve better. 235
Uni given funding to research illness. 530
Warning even as UK keeps AAA rating; ECONOMY TODAY UK. 113
Welsh salary cap welcomed. 453
Woman hurt in Penshaw attack. 183
Working group to oversee bus operations. 148

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