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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (July 14, 2011)

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'Celebration' tainted as centres are axed; Reprieve for some is not a cause for others to be happy. 609
'Firestorm' of anger sees bid plan scrapped; Miliband hails Murdoch move as 'victory'. 653
'I can help Wolves be a Premier force'. 484
'She was dancing like Michael Flatley' Birthday girl's victory jig after lottery scoop. 475
'So who guards the guardians?'. 215
1. An historic cricket match [...]. 174
A crash course in parenting in more ways than one; Columnist. 722
A great dynamic between Mars [...]. 508
A matter of principles; Views of the North. 173
A new way to boost growth in the region; Opinion Zachary Wilcox. 496
Apprentice star Helen reaches final. 199
Architects joining forces with China. 548
At the sharp end of cuts. 419
Autumn may see prisons privatised; Two institutions are selected. 498
Awards for excellence in healthcare. 353
Banding together for special event. 365
Ben Arfa's looking good, says Pardew. 441
BP invests pounds 3bn in Shetland oil fields. 420
Britain is 'on brink of bankruptcy'. 388
BRUCE HAPPY WITH WIN - BUT DELIGHTED TO SEE PLAYERS RETURNING TO FITNESS. 454
Calls for equality on on parking charges; Campaigners demand level playing field. 412
CARROLL ON TARGET AS LIVERPOOL NARROWLY EDGE GUANGDONG FRIENDLY. 401
Cats ease into the warm-up matches. 711
Champagne on ice for mystery pounds 161m winner. 226
Children have a right to stay alive; Views of the North. 318
Chudley beds in at Falcons. 644
Coach Cook's rallying call; Durham want a big display from hit and miss team. 969
Coloccini 'not cut out as captain' Views of the North. 189
Company hoping to capitalise on IT rental. 429
Crash driver may have fallen asleep at wheel. 316
Crime drama is filmed in city; With filming under way in Newcastle on a new crime film, BARBARA HODGSON goes on set to meet actor David Harewood. 739
Damning report; BRITAIN TODAY BUSE. 102
DEATHS. 451
DRAMATIC END SEES CAVENDISH CLAIM GREEN JERSEY; TOUR DE FRANCE. 381
Family must wait on trial decision Family must wait on trial decision. 370
Farmers hit out at milk price 'scandal'. 435
Fears small businesses could go bust. 295
Ferrie's form hope. 276
Fiddes comes up trumps for Vegas. 474
First steps to going solo. 439
FORMER BAKERY BUSINESS BOSS DEDICATES HONOUR TO STAFF. 260
Former pro goalkeeper accused of bomb hoax. 236
From Twitter Follow The Journal [...]. 149
Further success is on the Horizon for Tyne firm. 420
Going extra mile to get fitter workers; THE GREAT NORTH FITNESS REVOLUTION Grants are given to firms in health quest. 567
Going it alone pays off for duo. 366
Guilty plea is entered in crossing tragedy case. 285
HAVING TIME OF THEIR LIVES. 102
Health MOT. 979
In memory of Grandad; Each year, thousands of fundraisers take part in the Great North Run for causes close to their hearts. VICKY ROBSON speaks to one woman hoping to make a double impact for one charity which has helped her family. Obituary 418
IN THE NEWS. 105
Investment in grain drying plant. 284
IPCC to investigate after death of mum; Officers had contact with deceased. 411
Is privacy a dirty word in social networks? Every day, we share information and communicate with others through social media. But how many of us have sat down and considered how far that information goes, and how much we want to share? JOHN HILL reports. 1991
It's much harder to achieve a certain weight, rather than starting early and maintaining what you have. 355
Jay predicts a bright future; FOOTBALL SHORTS QUEENS PARK RANGERS. 130
Joe keeps promise to cancer patients; Reality TV star keeps date to sing for Trust. 562
Judas Priest return to their metal home from home; Judas Priest might hail from the birthplace of metal but for guitarist Glenn Tipton Newcastle is a home from home. SIMON RUSHWORTH reports. 622
Kelleway's joy at Lingfield one-two; SPORT SHORTS RACING. 147
Larsson eyes up top nine for Cats. 686
Launch of North East's Top 200. 504
Legal battle on parking resumed in High Court. 233
Longer helicopter deal points to bright future. 558
Male nurse denies groping patients. 468
Malthouse can take Glasgow Stakes. 463
McIlroy inspires next generation; CHIP SHOTS RORY MCILROY. 102
Mighty Joe to stay at Eagles. 659
Model ambition abroad; One of the North East's biggest modeling agencies is about to start exporting its expertise to China. JOHN HILL finds out more. 1006
More mystery as post-mortem is inconclusive; Police look at drink and drugs in death riddle. 361
Murdoch's deeds rank with worst; The corruption exposed in the phone hacking scandal has parallels with the activities of the FBI under J Edgar Hoover, writes ROBIN TUDGE. 990
North care homes 'most at risk'. 121
North East MP claims phone was hacked; Politicians tell of delight as bid is pulled. 739
Number of jobless down but women pay the price. 433
OPPORTUNITY TO PLAY IS SOUL WONDERFUL FOR YOUNGSTERS. 146
Plans give hope to fishing industry; EU looks set to end practise of discarding fish. 405
PLAYERS SIGN SEVE REMEMBRANCE BOOK. 205
Police claim cuts risk putting lives in danger. 219
Postman 'amazed' as case is dropped; Bitten by a senior judge's dog, but CPS take no action. 797
Postman's anger as judge escapes dog bite charge; No prosecution due to attack on private land. 194
Pupils are learning lessons in angling; GAME ANGLING. 605
Rambler who was naked is given caution by police. 233
Ranger is refused entry to the USA. 660
Reimbursements for surge damage. 157
Retailer bucks trend with increase in sales growth. 414
Safety fears over 'bling' dummies. 172
Sounds worthy of cathedral's spendour. 373
Sporting break has refreshed Poulter. 888
Staff take their pay protest to store agm. 415
Starting the day off the right way. 1030
Strauss to end run; SPORT SHORTS CRICKET. 112
Super seven meet Queen. 296
Telecoms boss Mike has bullish outlook at work. 682
The benefits of an empire; Views of the North. 119
The thinner blue line; The Conservative party has traditionally had a reputation as a party of law and order. But after thousands of police officers publicly demonstrated their anger yesterday WILL GREEN asks has the Prime Minister got a problem? 1402
Tiger lesson in store for Rory. 422
Time to get behind Jack. 651
Tony Sandford; Obituary. 571
UK market bounces back from heavy fall. 302
United stars aren't allowed into USA; Barton and Ranger are denied visas. 637
Welcome in spite of the sadness. 108
Withdrawal is not the end of story. 232
YOU COULD BE AT HIGH VOLTAGE FESTIVAL. 297

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