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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (December 12, 2012)

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'I didn't go near second floor door' Engineer says he was not responsible for tragic death. 551
'Leveson-compliant' body is promised; PCC's chairman updates MPs on regulator plans. 563
A FINANCIAL services firm plans [...]. 106
A VIEW FROM THE GALLOWGATE. 378
A wood for the people; Ambitious community plans to buy a wood enjoyed by generations of residents could also kick-start a new age of craft production bringing jobs, tourists and money to the Tyne Valley town. JANE HALL meets the team behind the PS1.5m project. 1850
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS. 146
Across the century; Our lives are ruled by numbers but today's date of 12/12/12 links us uniquely with people from a bygone era. DAVID WHETSTONE looks at what was happening when the calendar last registered all the twelves. Calendar 1419
Advisers help companies access PS650,000 funding. 287
And would you like tax with that? 422
Anita: Maximum effort required. 642
April. 431
Arts bodies braced for more funds cuts; PS11.6m to be lost over next three years. 551
August. 552
Bantams deliver a Premier knockout. 760
Barry is facing a spell on sidelines. 430
Big investment by Bernicia; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 690
Black Cats win to close the gap on neighbours. 265
Boosting our economy is top priority; Opinion. 516
Boy who defied the experts dies aged 13; Proud mum pays a loving tribute to son. 678
Branson retains 51% of airline, Delta buys 49%. 613
Bright sparks using the power of poo! ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 448
Bring equality to this region. 240
Business to Law firm developing its in the country become one of biggest i; LAST week, the North East's biggest law firm, Dickinson Dees, announced a merger of equals with Bond Pearce to fulfil its ambition of becoming a top 20 UK law firm by 2020. A bold move by a local firm in times of austerity, but as RUTH LOGNONNE found out, by no means unusual in the Newcastle practice's long-standing history. 1258
Charity to move into premises for six months. 207
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT CONTINUES TO INVEST IN ONE OF ITS GREATEST STRENGTHS. 472
Chelsea weighing up loss of Romeu. 340
Community unites to unveil history of town's people. 692
Cornshed Sisters offer up their versions of Christmas music. 518
Cottagers' captain is vital cog - Sidwell. 437
Crane takes even more strain; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 521
DEATHS. 978
December. 492
Di Resta's gearing up for move. 620
DIARY. 129
Dock project proves winner in civil engineering awards. 486
ECONOMY WILL BE FATTENED UP OVER CHRISTMAS. 237
Eurosceptic brigade have lost a shining star in Sir Patrick; Columnist. 780
Ex-United player has retrial after season; Date set to avoid play-off final in 2013. 346
Family hold service for tragic lawyer. 338
Family timber agent finds German buyer. 564
Family unhappy at care of OAP in home; Eileen, 80, broke wrist after she fell from a bed. 516
February. 322
Focus switches back to results; SPORT SHORTS SPORT SHORTS SWIMMING. 121
Focusing on young talent; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE LYNN TOMKINS, UK operations director for Semta, the sector skills council for science, engineering and manufacturing looks back at a year of achievement but warns there are still major skills challenges to be overcome. 1186
FTSE inches to highest close in 2012. 304
Gay marriage vow given to churches; Miller details Government's guarantees. 494
Giggs: We must not see scenes repeated. 391
Glitzy gifts needed for charity over party season. 255
Go-ahead for flats, despite opposition; Councillors, residents, even university object to block for students. 419
Gosden colt has Kempton in sights. 455
HAYLEY'S SNACK IDEA A WINNER. 294
Historic gardens in line for makeover; Rare trees set to make a return. 502
HOAX CALL STATION SETS UP FUND FOR NURSE'S FAMILY. 238
HONORARY DEGREE FOR PITMEN PAINTERS PLAYWRIGHT. 219
Honouring the great innovators of the north; AWARDS Iain Laing ? 0191 201 6429 ? iain.laing@ncjmedia.co.uk. 377
Horse gear stolen; NORTH TODAY CRIME. 152
Hughes excited to be back. 319
ICY ROADS BRING MISERY FOR DRIVERS ACROSS THE REGION. 360
IN MEMORIAM. Obituary 198
India will come out fighting - Swann; Spinner sounds cautious note. 686
Industrials are strong but G9 group cautious over outlook. 724
JAMES RAMSBOTHAM. 393
January. 443
Jobs summit will lead to new plan; Views of the North. 281
Judges hear grades appeal. 510
July. 525
June. 462
Khan on the road to Garcia rematch. 442
LEADING NATIONAL AND REGIONAL AWARD ROLL OF HONOUR. 151
Lighting up creative minds of youngsters; An innovative collaboration between youth groups and artist Sarah Blood is putting Cowgate in the spotlight, as TAMZIN LEWIS hears. 680
Many happy returns for Villans boss Lambert. 423
March. 536
May. 456
MEGRAHI FAMILY WARNED OF APPEAL DANGERS. 306
Momentum for change is building up. 535
Motor firm talks deals with Saudi Arabia. 212
MP backs turbine distance guideline. 472
Multiplier effect works in two ways; Views of the North. 267
Museums' events sales manager wins. Conference news 125
NECC helping firms set up in Japan. 283
New appointments. 169
New fashion venture aiming to fill a Niche. 398
Nicholls bids a sad goodbye to Kauto. 647
No need for fans' netting - Laudrup. 405
NON-LEAGUE ROUND-UP. 298
November. 574
OAP victim of suspected bogus callers. 190
Obama unveils fiscal cliff plan; ECONOMY TODAY US. 138
October. 378
Orchard's forecast for growth in 2012 is realised; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 1059
Organic dairy is cream of the crop once again; ORGANIC Iain Laing ? 0191 201 6429 ? iain.laing@ncjmedia.co.uk. 401
Pantomime prize; NORTH TODAY ENTERTAINMENT. 124
Partnership working drives economic progress in Tees Valley; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 488
Playing a key role in development. 197
Point about value has been proven; Views of the North. 190
Police funds help scouts with woggles. 183
Police hunt for trio who robbed man at station. 249
Police search for hit-and-run driver; Car which collided with train was hit by another vehicle. 369
Proper pantomime fun for all. Theater review 343
Pupils bury time capsule in grounds. 210
Quiz of the Day. 173
Raid victim still too terrified to return home. 259
Residents feel safer now than year ago. 179
Rock's blunder leaves PS270m bill for taxpayer; And 152,000 are in line for compensation. 102
Rock's blunder to cost public PS270m; Loan errors mean 152,000 compensated. 683
Royal oak signals start of work on Jubilee wood. 236
Sarah's simply the best after battling way back. 535
Savile complaints keep on rising; BRITAIN TODAY CRIME. 130
SEASONAL STORIES UNDER NORTHERN LIGHTS AT ST MARY'S. 135
September. 434
Short's words of support backed up with vital win. 1177
Small is beautiful in festive performance. 411
SMS changed more than how we spk. 331
Snapshot of region shows who we are; ...and it doesn't all make good reading. 700
Speed up an end to regulation. 407
Sports minister impressed by Qatar's vision. 375
Stars play Santa for children in hospital; United players spread festive cheer on ward. 476
Students are raising the roof at sixth form college. 333
SUPPORT. 214
Taxpayers just keep paying. 111
Terrace Hill back in profit with emphasis on commercial sites. 304
The glint of silver's in his eye - for one night only. 993
Things looking up for Jacob; RACING IN BRIEF FONTWELL. 199
Toffees still come first for Fellaini; FOOTBALL SHORTS EVERTON. 107
Touchscreen future of firm that's staying put. 460
Tourists hit city website over a million times in year. 226
Transport company on track to meet targets. 447
Trio introduce Norwegian giant. 474
Turbine crane crash blocks country road; Action group's anger over lack of escort. 384
TV CHOICE. 317
Two jailed for parts in armed robberies; Court hears of well-organised series of raids. 526
Two top strikers, one has to leave; Demba Ba and Papiss Cisse have been brilliant for Newcastle United but, argues STUART RAYNER, sadly the time has come to sell one. 991
Tyne crossing wins award for its 'value'. 171
Tyneside company's movie has its London premiere. 117
University to join forces with Olympic champions. 176
Update on courses; RACING IN BRIEF ARENA. 116
Weekly bin collection grant boost. 187
Who believes we are in it together? Views of the North. 201
Wood: Right moment for a shake-up. 516
YEAR IN BREVIEW 2012. 208

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