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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (July 4, 2011)

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Title Author Type Words
'I don't think I'll ever walk again' Amputee unable to use prosthetic limb after attack in home. 507
'I think I probably enjoyed sixth form a bit more than I should have done' NOW AND THEN. 842
A surprise contender for the Rock. 238
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS. 105
Advice on green housing. 381
Alarm over threat to Tyneside jobs; Minister given clear warning. 539
Anger at risk to families; Concern over homeless rise. 476
Anthony's golden high jump victory; 14-year-old in first place at championships. 794
Anti-climax leaves Haye in unclear position; Londoner''s future hard to predict after Klitschko loss. 746
Back to work, but still no Enrque conclusion. 623
Barron's Elusive Prince is class act. 438
BEST OF THE BLOGS; Richard Pattison samples a spot of rugby league Down Under. 310
BIRTLEY BOXER PRAISED DESPITE DEFEAT. 163
Blaydon wipe out Newcastle hopes; DUKES NORTH EAST PREMIER LEAGUE. 451
Borderers' boss: Losing is 'not important'. 353
Calls for TV sex show to be banned in North East. 248
Campaign launched to protect the high street. 402
Cash held back as targets missed; Metro operator loses pounds 600,000. 456
Charity in search of GNR runners; Views of the North. 259
CHILD OF THE 80s. 360
City centre has become soulless; Views of the North. 128
Concentrate some of your abundant [...]. 507
Conmen scammed pounds 600,000 fortune; Prosecutors hope they can recover cash. 788
Cougars steal Thunder from Gateshead. 308
COUNTY DURHAM LEAGUES. 593
Crowds return to historic gala; The Durham Miners' Gala reaches its 140th anniversary on Saturday. While no deep mines remain in the Durham coalfield area, the popularity of the event continues to grow with a huge turnout expected this weekend. MIKE KELLY reports 'I feel very lucky to have this job'. 1721
DEATHS. 244
Diamonds take sting out of the Scorpions; SPEEDWAY. 624
Dickinson proves he has what it takes to defeat Dolan. 644
Drugs probe after death of woman, 39. 158
Drunk yobs to be banned from seaside. 115
Dynamos' win keeps quarter-final hopes alive. 712
Europe's plans to freeze farmer budgets spark concern. 429
Falcons wing it in wrestling; Tait's men hoping to floor opponents next season. 670
Faltering economy will see interest rates on hold. 348
Flying out to support our marathon man; Trio of fitness fanatics head out to America to boost morale of Geordie runner. 583
From Twitter Follow The Journal [...]. 140
Generous pay is just a load of spin. 411
Girl is taken to hospital as arsonists set next door house alight. 180
Green energy drive sets its sights higher; ADVANCING INDUSTRY pounds 300m needed to fund series of key projects. 558
High speed link 'perverse and inadequate'. 424
Host of stories didn't tell the whole truth about Russell Harty; Columnist. 644
Hosts find it tough; Colombia off to a winning start but Bolivia make it awkward for Messi and Co. 662
Hundreds of call centre jobs on way to the region. 250
If the boot fits; He's only been here since March, but Marco Ellerker is becoming an ambassador for Sunderland. KAREN DENT catches up with the new boss at The Brasher Boot Company, who talks football, travel and why a love of shoes is in his genes. 2284
In the running for Clegg's pot of cash; ADVANCING INDUSTRY Firms hand in their bids for growth funds. 626
Industry plotting ways to lead us out of recession; Green scheme widens its reach as bids go in for growth funds. 180
Investors with a message for region. 232
It's a miracle to have a job now; Views of the North. 166
Joint venture will lead the UK's drive to electric future. 396
Keeping ahead of the game. 360
KLITSCHKO SETS SIGHTS ON MORE BRITS. 496
LANCASHIRE CRUISE TO WIN. 356
Levet lives his dream in French Open win; GOLF. 376
Libraries are a wonderful habit; Views of the North. 137
Lord's best is in vain for captain Cook; Century for England's leader, but Sri Lanka ease past target. 821
Lorenzo emphasizes his quality in Italy; MOTO GP. 429
Man arrested after triple stabbing. 290
Man beaten unconscious in robbery. 168
Man of vision led me to a new career; Richard Henderson. 508
Millar savours shared success; TOUR DE FRANCE. 512
Monday feedback. 553
Nadal's reign ends as Novak fulfils dream; Serbian shows why he''s now world number one. 947
New horse bedding line is launched. 202
NORTHUMBERLAND LEAGUES. 580
NOW SHOWING. 386
Now we can really get right down to business; Eight business leaders have been appointed to the board of the North East's new local enterprise partnership. Regional Affairs Correspondent Adrian Pearson explains why what might look like a routine move is so important. 299
O'Shea now Cats' priority target. 677
Pair get their teeth into Dracula Walk; Brothers aim to raise cash for research. 443
Pensioners' charity eviction. 178
Plans for a chicken farm fall fowl of history buffs; 24,000 hens on edge of battlefield. 722
Putting steam power back on rails; Campaigners want support to mark 200 years. 521
Quiz of the Day. 173
Racism in schools exposed by report; Reluctance to report offences revealed in England's establishments. 375
READER TRAVEL. 206
Retail and housebuilders in focus. 454
Reviving hopes of boom time for oil. 659
SHARE TIPS. 489
Shellshocked Petra powers to Wimbledon success. 578
So You Think gets up to pip Workforce at post; WEEKEND ROUND-UP. 547
Sombre performance won't win fans. 305
Talented North acts get their chance to shine; It's competition time. David Whetstone reports on a women's comedy contest and an urban music specialist's campaign to bag a top prize. 530
Technology funds raise their profile once again. 477
THE CAR THAT CAME IN ON THE TIDE. 213
This bid deserves to be a success. 118
TOUGH JOB ON OUR HANDS NOW - SKIPPER. 323
Treasured projects will not make cut. 460
Union ready to celebrate anniversary of NHS. 229
Venezuela's shock for mighty Brazil. 803
Wall dig events for tourism businesses. 280
Wasps will fly back to top of tree - Haskell. 375
We must get control of this disease; Views of the North. 324
We're feline crowded; Animal rehoming charity overrun by unwanted cats. 505
Will energy company power head with sale? 386
Woman, 86, dies in gas explosion at her home. 257

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