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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (September 15, 2011)

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'I apply for at least three jobs a week and usually receive no response at all'. 368
'It's all going to end in this field tonight' What cornered Moat told armed officers. 623
'Raising awareness for my special girl' Degenerative disease is a reason to run. 531
500 homes planned on site of former pits; Multi million pound plans for pit villages. 530
As Venus gets ready to [...]. 533
AUTHOR GOES WALL OUT TO HELP CHARITY. 158
Big hauls down at Derwent Reservoir. 640
Book a table online with going out service. 381
Boost for MP's apprenticeships drive. 349
Business as usual; FOOTBALL SHORTS RANGERS. 105
Caddy rule likely to be reviewed after Aberdeen talking point. 715
Care home chiefs fined following man's death. 278
Caution urged over cashing in on record cow cull prices. 264
Changes will make us more remote; Views of the North. 158
Cheryl Cole heads out to support lads in Helmand. 264
Clubbing together for success. 386
Coastal walk aimed at improving fitness. 200
Couples still no closer to getting their money back. 271
DEATHS. 1030
Decision to axe One North East was not a 'casual' one says Tory minister. 320
Diamonds hope to spoil Tigers' night; Sheffield title challenge now looks forlorn. 385
Don't get carried away, warns Colo. 674
Donkey work is over for this duo; Popular part of top visitor attraction set to retire. 321
Dream result on the cards at Ayr. 448
Eating your five a day will help keep the doctor away. Recipe 1183
Economist delivers a message of gloom for UK. 377
Engineers build a better future after profits drop. 461
England debuts beckon for duo. 400
Events elsewhere bring Durham's title bid to close. 838
Facing up to a Facebook mystery. 480
Family's joy after terrible tragedy; Mother expecting a baby boy. 505
FINALISTS IN EQUALITY AWARDS. 359
First World Cup medal back home; Historic football memorabilia on show with replica of famous cup. 564
Footballing tale brings in the audience; Gazza's World Cup tears set the stage for an entertaining fraternal football story, as writer and actor Zach Lee tells TAMZIN LEWIS. 661
FREE GIG IN A GOOD CAUSE. 200
From Twitter Follow The Journal [...]. 132
Fulfilling a pipe dream; Organist set to make history at cathedral. 488
Further Eurozone talks to avert credit crisis; ECONOMY TODAY ECONOMY. 137
Gardner hits out at Cats snipers. 660
Geoscience firm set to fund lectureship at university. 308
Government - industrial action is 'irresponsible'. 189
GRANDSON DISCOVERS HE'S CUT OUT FOR A FUTURE IN STENCILING. 275
Hargeaves aims to tap Asian markets. 459
Heavy toll of alcohol abuse in the North; pounds 162m cost to regional economy. 410
Homeowners deserve much better; Opinion Eric Carter. 517
Housing firm may wind up as part of cost-cutting. 267
In association with Obituary; DAVID TAYLOR on a friend and colleague who was a 'joy to work with'. Obituary 762
Inspired by demand for old flavours. 252
Jobless start to give up hope as figures worsen; Public sector cuts begin to bite as unemployment rises sharply. 132
Jobseekers giving up hope of ever working again; Unemployment in North worst for 16 years. 527
John Lewis price promise leads to sharp profit drop. Financial report 437
Kolarov steals in for a point; Serbia international spares City's European blushes. 764
Lesson in reducing 'pester power' "The name's Eurobond, James Eurobond". 114
Lord Mayor will finish in his bare feet. 165
Low-back pain and exercise. 461
Magnificent Seven run for tragic Emma's appeal. 186
Makudi is made to answer claims; FOOTBALL SHORTS FIFA. 160
Medical marvels from other business worlds; The healthcare market is always hungry for innovation, but breakthroughs don't always come from within. Ahead of life sciences support organisation Cels Business for Life awards in November, JOHN HILL looks at innovations that have drawn on skills and technologies from outside the sector. Company overview 1585
Medical reviews website expands. 557
Motivation to get ahead of the crowd. 158
MP warns of charges; Bid to protect mobile phone theft victims. 248
New cancer virus self-test hits market; New home kit may show early signs. 541
NEW VESSEL NAMED. 149
Next profits rise 8.5pc as shoppers pay more. Financial report 371
No evidence from murder accused; NORTH TODAY TAG. 109
No news, but good news for town; Approval for regeneration plan. 440
NON-LEAGUE ROUND-UP. 459
North businesses among top tech firms. 467
Not just for fun; 54,000 people will be taking part in The Great North Run this Sunday, but some will stand out more than others. KAREN WILSON and VICKY ROBSON hear the stories of the fancy dress runners. 449
O'Shea's set for a recall; John returns as Bardsley banned. 524
Olympic contractor benefits from rise in house building. 376
Osborne accused of 'choking off' recovery chances. 266
Palestinians must be supported; Views of the North. 343
Park murder accused appears in court via link. 224
Popular shares. 128
Port campaigners hand over petition; Bid to stop our trade going to Liverpool. 274
Prestigious sheep dog trials get under way. 417
Princess's approval; Royal visit to witness trust's youth work. 487
Profits boost for builder despite sluggish market. Financial report 558
Pupils teaching pupils can benefit all of them. 266
Quayside pad for Lotto sex attacker; Convicted rapist now living in swanky city apartment. 526
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 181
Rabbits Open is a worthy leveller; Singles should prove popular. 1348
Rail plan goes off on wrong track; Views of the North. 337
Region most generous in donating to good cause. 211
Region's firms turn attention to Far East; The North East's exports are running at a record high and the fast-growing Chinese market is one of the strongest for companies in the region. IAIN LAING takes a look at fresh efforts to win business in the Far East. Industry overview 648
Resilient Next defies high-street gloom. 315
Roger stocks up for autumn flat; SPORT SHORTS RACING. 103
Rogue slug manages to stop traffic. 152
Running hard works for Fitz. 530
SABOTAGE CASE NURSE CAN WORK AGAIN RULES REGULATORY BODY. 226
SCOTS' MATCH-WINNER PARKS NOT SPARED ROBINSON'S WRATH. 503
SHERIDAN FEARS FOR HIS CAREER. 329
Shoeboxes given a real kicking; SARAH SCOTT on why Britons are being forced to think small when it comes to their new home. 921
Size matters - but so does quantity; "The name's Eurobond, James Eurobond". 237
So good, we can stand comparison with the inspired Italians; Columnist. 612
Soccer-based anti-racism group seeks new funding. 267
Social media is marketing and PR gold. 429
Speculation mounts over empty pub's future. 290
SPORT TODAY. 511
Stancer joins Parklands team; CHIP SHOTS PARKLANDS. 157
Suspect in court over murder case. 201
Tablets and smartphones lead business revolution. 551
Thai couple find the recipe for success in city. 284
Tiger's not done; SPORT SHORTS GOLF. 102
Time to switch off? IT'S family time which makes children happy, not expensive toys according to a children's charity Unicef, which wants a ban on advertising to under 12s. But would it work, or even help? HANNAH DAVIES reports. 358
Town's art gallery in running for national prize. 482
UN distances itself from adviser's travellers view. 156
Unions pledge UK day of strike action; November 30 to see pension protest strikes. 445
Veteran shows he still has the craft; Giggs rolls back the decades. 728
Warwickshire edge closer to success; LV COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP REVIEW. 416
We relish European challenge, says Pulis; EUROPA LEAGUE. 475
Written support; CHIP SHOTS WALKER CUP. 104
YORKSHIREMAN IN NEW RECORD BOOKS WITH DALEK COLLECTION. 245

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