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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (February 4, 2012)

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'Bored' boy set fire to care home, court told. 272
'Second-class treatment for bus users'. 326
6. Which two countries border [...]. 168
A grand affair - with pool to come. 191
A lingering smell under the floor; with Peter Fall. 599
A murky, violent side to beautiful game; Tyneside writer Ian Lennox rides a wave of topicality with a new novel about football corruption. He tells DAVID WHETSTONE why it's not too implausible. 616
A5 has style at the double. 396
Academy status for leading schools; Just 10 weeks for one project. 501
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS. 148
Ageing bird causes stir with wildlife watchers. 275
Another cyclist dies on roads; BRITAIN TODAY TRAGEDY. 127
Arrest made in pounds 20,000 theft probe. 189
AS I write this, there's [...]. 370
AT LEAST FOUR DEAD AS EGYPT VIOLENCE ESCALATES. 234
Avid readers celebrate National Libraries' Day. 369
Bar's ad damaged historic stonework; Owners claim promoters were to blame. 560
Best Of The Bunch. 124
Bestsellers. 137
Big home in a village community. 195
BIKER SI FACES A HAIRY MOMENT AT HOSPITAL. 311
Branching out to help save a piece of ancient woodland. 542
Cassidy is delighted to stay at Spartans; BLUE SQUARE BET NORTH. 408
CCTV hailed for helping boost area's arrest rate. 250
Charity in the saddle for event to raise funds. 202
Chilly air perfect for title-chasing Warriors; ICE HOCKEY. 360
Chinese top the table in savings. 339
City living beside the riverside; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 207
Classy look for new showhome. 373
Common pension fears: do you recognise yours? As many of us struggle to cope financially in these increasingly challenging times, it is tempting to put off worrying about the problems we may face when we are too old to work. GARETH DAVIES says we must face up to them now. 937
Common sense on the buses; Views of the North. 198
Copycat rioters are branded a disgrace; Town police station came under attack. 672
DEATHS. 620
Departure gives Healy a chance. 334
Destination Dubai for Durham side; SPORT SHORTS CRICKET. 121
Dressage champion on his way. 223
Employment at nine-month high; ECONOMY TODAY US. 118
Engineering conference is first of kind in UK. 313
England holding the upper hand. 705
Enjoy the light fantastic. 370
EVO-STIK FIRST DIVISION NORTH. 319
FABULOUS FABLES AS STORYTELLING LAUREATE VISITS SCHOOL. 222
Falcons' state of mind improving; Newcastle Falcons travel to Leicester Tigers this afternoon surfing a wave of optimism despite their survival struggle, says Mark Smith. 900
Family home with retail opportunity. 192
Famine 'over' WORLD TODAY SOMALIA. 109
Farm site is transformed. 403
Farmhouse with great appeal. 279
Farms are under attack as never before from thieves; Rural crime is on the rise and farmers are being urged to ensure their property is better secured against gangs of thieves stealing to order. The size of the problem came under the spotlight in Gateshead last week at an event focusing on crimes against businesses. KAREN DENT reports. 1108
Feathered friends help land win for pupils. 228
Few benefits to changes in welfare; Opinion. 526
Final was a great experience to be a part of - Fitzpatrick. 500
First steps on to the property ladder. 482
Fitness club giant in loans crisis. 320
FIVE TO FOLLOW. 286
For your Valentine. 566
Ford Focus on savings boost with engine. 397
Former North student dies in Australian crane plunge. 225
Free advice on offer today at many housing developments. 297
Fresh start for England crop overlooked by the old regime. 760
From Twitter Follow The Journal [...]. 123
Gardening business. 121
Glass company cuts. 232
Globe artichokes. 180
GNR deadline looming; Runners must make haste to enter ballot. 440
Government under fire over closure of smelter. 313
Group BEGs for help to put on attraction; Last year's market may be the last. 527
Hamleys is looking to more global expansion. 304
HOLMES IS A SPECIAL LADY. 282
Home filled with period character. 284
Home in very convenient location. 110
HONDA CR-V 2.2 I-DTEC EX. 329
Housing schemes to train apprentices; Region has the highest jobless figures in UK. 450
Huhne quits post as charges pressed; Lib Dem vows to clear name over speeding. 729
Ideal time to get a low-rate fixed deal. 595
Idyllic country home complete with cottage. 195
Inmate admits murder attempt. 240
Into The Light is ready to shine now; POINT TO POINT. 478
It's game on once again; Court rules on use of foreign decoder boxes. 433
JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE 3.0 CRD LIMITED. 376
Jobs For The Week. 162
Judge's jail threat to OAP pervert. 337
KEEP in touch with North [...]. 376
Lee's duo may add to tally. 627
Legionnaires' is blamed for death; WORLD TODAY SPAIN. 106
Lib Dem gives up growth fund role; Sir Ian criticised partnership. 490
Liddle: It is another difficult match-up; BLUE SQUARE BET PREMIER. 451
Look to move down town; Homes in towns offer many advantages, with locations close to facilities but away from the busy hustle and bustle of the city. homemaker picks four now on the market. 594
Mancini: It's tough at the top; City feeling the pressure. 596
MARKET UPDATE. 360
Markets buoyed by improved economic data. 218
Masters fails to fight off the wind. 418
Matcham's decorative flourishes. 258
Medieval treasure stash unearthed. 297
Metro repairs set to shut line for 23 days; Travellers will be disrupted during work. 423
Mike is in from cold; No move to Magpies for Williamson's pal, leaving way clear Newcastle United came up short in their bid to bring in an extra defender before Tuesday's deadline. You'd expect Mike Williamson to be happy, but not a bit of it - as Mark Douglas reports. 1023
Miliband warns of 'two-nation' Britain; Labour leader on attack over bankers' pay. 469
MINI. 472
Minister faces bin challenge; War of words erupts over collections. 660
Minister set to take part in North jobs summit. 198
Ministers set to reject equal access right for dads. 349
Mortgage monitor; This week's best buys include... 148
Mowbray looks to the loan market; Boro's injuries worry manager. 666
MUMPRENEUR. 453
Mussels' love life boost; Experts to try and revive sex life of species. 453
Name: Marie Cochrane Family[...]; In our series talking to estate agents across the North East, homemaker meets Marie Cochrane. 663
New to buy. 260
New to the market. 273
New year boost to new home sales. 338
No logic in attack on T Dan Smith; Views of the North. 190
No more Jekyll and Hyde, says McLeish. 408
No substitute for the truth. 244
North MPs call for help from new man Davey. 335
NORTHERN ALLIANCE. 320
NOW SHOWING. 449
O'Neill has the ability to get more out of Black Cats' hidden treasures; In a couple of months as Sunderland manager, Martin O'Neill has made a cottage industry of turning good players into better ones. The secret, says STUART RAYNER, is trust. 987
Offering rolling views of valley. 117
One property left at popular site. 494
One way to stop staff sickies; Views of the North. 108
Opening curtain on story of theatre in the region; Marking 175th anniversary of the Royal. 799
Our inspiring pavilion; Workshop aim is to develop young people. 390
Outdoor market wins top national award. 237
Outsourcing giant buys North consultancy firm. 430
Patience is necessary with Long Run. 327
Poignant drama poses important questions; A play inspired by 155 older women and carers is all set to tour the region and, as BARBARA HODGSON discovers, it poses questions for us all. 502
Police cut to pensions unlawful; Officer retired on medical grounds wins court fight. 736
Police dog van has spare wheel stolen. 157
Police headquarters to be demolished; pounds 14m replacement a 'greener' building. 393
PORSCHE ADDS S FACTOR TO NEW 911. 594
pounds 100,000 pay-out for pilot involved in crash; Quick thinking saved lives. 560
Property is cream of the cul de sac. 125
Punto pops up with revised range. 181
Q&A; Your money queries are answered by TREVOR CLARK, director of Rutherford Wilkinson Ltd, chartered financial planners. 751
Racing suffering during cold snap. 703
Rampant Eagles romp to big win; Chapman shines as side puts one foot in Trophy final. 531
RANGE ROVER SPORT AUTOBIOGRAPHY. 594
RENAULT GRAND SCENIC DYNAMIQUE. 191
Rental choice ideal for cricket fans. 127
Returning Given is set for a warm welcome. 402
Sandwich shop in city centre; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 276
SARABAND'S SELECTIONS. 210
Sat navs have fun factor. 311
SATURDAY SHORT STORY. 1393
Scintillating choreography in tale of slumber. 296
SCOTTISH LEAGUE THIRD DIVISION. 242
Seeds of romance; Show your gardening loved one that you care on Valentine's Day by checking out these heart-warming gardening gifts. 356
Shared ownership helps buyers. 480
Sheer luxury at Sheraton; GORDON BARR heads off to London on some entertainment business and stops the night at one of the city's most luxurious hotels in the heart of thriving Knighstbridge. With cityscape views to die for, the Sheraton Park Tower is a big hit all the way. 765
Shout out if you are a normal kid; Views of the North. 187
SKODA OCTAVIA 1.6 TDI GREENLINE. 352
Snow and ice on way, says the Met Office; Temperature will fall as low as -8. 403
South Tyne bias in local TV news; Views of the North. 200
Space for every one. 704
Spireites wait in wings but game is 50-50. 673
Sport facility investment. 217
SPORT ON TV. 502
Station attackers are lucky. 117
STL NORTHERN LEAGUE. 567
Suburban style with six bedrooms. 269
Tanker driver strikes continue. 179
Telecoms giant steps up pace on better broadband. 462
Tempting turquoise; Cool, contemporary or cosy, teal can look very different depending on your home and accessories, says Claire Hornby. 465
Terry stripped of England role; Capello not consulted over decision. 706
Tories may find the brakes slamming on their celebrations; Columnist. 703
Traditional property with period charm. 185
Trials Day is well worth taking part in. 484
Trust chief to speak at dinner for Abbey appeal. 237
United new boy strikes right note; Ciss a big hit on first day at club. 635
Unwed couples and property law; with Julia Middleton of Ward Hadaway. 547
Up to pounds 150,000 WITH three bedrooms, this semi-detached [...]. 280
US jobs data raises hopes on the markets. 305
VW DRESSED TO IMPRESS. 776
Watch out for pitfalls of equity release; Releasing cash from your home - equity release - to give you extra income in retirement may be tempting. David Wilson gives his expert advice. 624
WEARSIDE LEAGUE. 305
Westwood set to return for Cats; Westwood is set to be Cats' No 1 man again. 578
What is the price of our passion? Rights behind key campaign go up for sale. 605
What the Dickens! As the country prepares for the 200th birthday of Charles Dickens on Tuesday , one devoted fan tells LIZ WALKER about the great author's love of the North East and why he believes his books are still relevant today. 1879
Winner takes all in final one-day international. 136
Work cuts Mark out from the pack; Silhouettist inspired by family success. 468
Working on Wearside just the job for Martin. 388
Young music fans find their show Nirvana. 255
Young people on journeys of discovery; Exhibitions to follow museums project. 484

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