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

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5,800 possible hacking victims; BRITAIN TODAY POLICE. 126
A problem that isn't child's play. 218
Across the court from a true monster; Barrister twice prosecuted killer Robert Black - and twice saw him sent down. 922
Arrests made in Twitter racism case; Teenagers questioned over abuse. 558
Badger's fireside feasts will warm you on a cold winter's day; FAMILY DINING. 1186
Bassong apologises after crucial mistake. 479
Bidding opens for 'people's palace' Hopes to save deteriorating bit of history. 554
Bonfires and bangers; Make British Sausage Week and Bonfire Night go with a bang with a sizzling celebration of the good old banger. KATHARINE CAPOCCI chats to a sausage-maker bringing home the bacon. 989
Bradley's dream first year continues; GOLF. 474
Burns is so glad to end days of dieting; BOXING. 375
Challenging times for online fashion retailer. 345
Clark will not be joining Leicester; FOOTBALL SHORTS LEICESTER CITY. 103
Commissioner plan will harm rural areas - fears. 491
COMPETITION: Win tickets to Durham Musicon Jazz Festival. 310
COMPETITION: Win tickets to see Dick Whittington. 271
Cricket stars start jail terms for scam; Disgraced trio sent to prison over scandal. 677
David Wells. 495
Disabled need mobility benefits; views of the North. 191
Discover fine port from the Douro Valley. 1127
Do women need to dress to impress? Fashionista Mary Portas has slammed some female MPs for the way they dress, but can fashion choices affect your career? Newcastle image consultant KATHRYN CLARKE looks at the issues female MPs and businesswomen alike face. 879
Dodd's has biggest bag in Station. 616
Drugs firm to pay US pounds 1.88bn fine. 232
Exclusive Grainger Market history walk. 218
Falcons in an upbeat frame of mind for a significant moment in their season; Kingston Park side relaxed for key clash. 1579
Far-right ban bid rejected by judge. 168
Farm inspections co-ordinated. 269
From Twitter Follow The Journal on Twitter @TheJournalNews. 112
Future of farming has to be more productive. 369
Government was blind to reality; views of the North. 135
Greek bailout deal referendum ended; Widespread calls for PM to resign. 447
Greek tragedy is unfolding at high speed; Peter Troy. 482
High-flying Park to rest skipper Junior; REGIONAL PREVIEW. 699
Holy Island Dash 'n Splash is a sport worthy of Olympics; Columnist. 642
How we built the case that brought a child killer to justice; QC reveals painstaking work that twice nailed Robert Black. 149
Hughton's Blues make stunning comeback. 471
Iconic location for stylish, relaxed hotel; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 314
Injuries open door for Cats skipper. 672
Johnson double makes it easy for Cottagers. 602
Jury considers verdict on death of armed man; Keith Richards brandished crossbow at police. 421
Just one pound on your bill helps the homeless; Diners in the region are once again being asked to add pounds 1 to their restaurant bills to help aid the region's homeless. KATHARINE CAPOCCI has the details of this year's StreetSmart scheme. 575
Legal eagle joins law firm to engineer new success. 168
LEMON TART. Recipe 395
Let your various bodily tresses grow as luxuriant as wisteria to celebrate Movember. 582
Let's see proof of hunt's popularity; views of the North. 104
Living under the shadow of bullies; A new study has revealed children in England are more afraid of becoming a victim of crime or bullying than their peers in Europe. NICOLA WEATHERALL gets reaction from North East education professionals. 1018
Living under the shadow of bullies; A new study has revealed children in England are more afraid of becoming a victim of crime or bullying than their peers in Europe. NICOLA WEATHERALL gets reaction from North East education professionals. 1077
Magpies striker is called up for Irish. 452
Markets build on momentum to move up. 292
MP invited to audience with Pope. 235
Navy has invaded hearts of city miles inland. 658
No bear-baiting, cock-fighting or drunkenness - and tell those draughts players to keep it down; Auction lot reveals how Newcastle's party vibe angered the authorities - in 1827. 468
O'Brien to use the blinkers for Cup; RACING. 391
Pardew will not readjust his aims; Top-half finish is still the target. 358
Pardew's just enjoying the good times. 654
Pavey's on pace; SPORT SHORTS ATHLETICS. 135
Plan for town councils put to the public. 183
Preparing for the worst; Plans made despite hope of a rescue. 489
Primary SATs challenge. 193
Protesters can use my space; views of the North. 133
Pulis so proud of his Stoke battlers. 395
Pushing ahead for college merger. 368
Quiz of the Day. 186
Reign of fear lasted for years and reached all corners of the nation. 318
Resolving disputes need not be costly; CONSTRUCTING EXCELLENCE ROB LANGLEY. 359
Roman backs us; FOOTBALL SHORTS CHELSEA. 107
Sales rise but shares slump for Unilever. Financial report 351
Shake-up won't give me too much power - King. 393
Shanks big thanks to in-form Whittle. 700
Silver could strike gold at Fontwell; Saraband. 449
Site managers show pride after award win. 525
Speakers encourage firms to take risks; Courage to take risks and confidence to stand out are the keys to success in a brave new world of business, entrepreneurs heard at a major conference in the North East, writes IAIN LAING. 1074
Start listening to green belt fears; views of the North. 173
Still shaken up; SPORT SHORTS MOTOR SPORT. 154
Stokes hoping for a speedy recovery. 615
Strike discontent looms. 181
Suspension still a mystery. 239
Taxpayers' cash used to flout legal order; Health bosses criticised by employment judge. 616
Technology firm Aspires to treble pounds 3m business. 518
Telecoms giant BT posts better-than-expected profits. Financial report 373
The speech that destroyed murder trial's silent witness. 436
Time to take notice. 1062
Time to tap in to talented youth; Eagles chief tells Flournoy to use development squad. 601
Tony's answer to a busy period - win. 689
Try a real winter warmer. 831
Twenty years on the case of a killer. 111
Tyne project on shortlist for funding; Readers encouraged to register for public vote. 459
Urn stolen; NORTH TODAY THEFT. 118
Veteran appeals to City protesters. 173
Why Bruce is not one to get out the Fergie hairdryer. 644
Why fungus isn't as scary as the bogeyman. 630
Working alone together; Self-employed record attempt at festival. 571

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