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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (January 10, 2012)

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'FLUFFY STEVE' FAST BECOMING AN EIGHT-LEGGED LEGEND. 236
'I spent ages going over and over who may have a grudge against me. I never suspected it could be Gary' Victim talks of 'living hell' at hands of stalker. 738
'Regional pay' issue could see further strikes; Fear proposal will create 'unemployment ghettos'. 483
A passion for arts borne out of adventure. 273
A vision for rebalancing the economy. 519
Ba: I have a job to finish at Magpies; Striker quashes rumours he could leave Tyneside Ba wants to finish the job at United. 634
Better late than never on fat cats; Views of the North. 117
Big deal bolsters buyouts. 323
Big job leaves no room for bad luck; Tradition defied as decorations aren't taken down. 428
Book shows cooking is a great game. 163
Branson backs his new team to score; But future of foundation is still unclear. 657
BSkyB price falls despite zeebox deal. 306
Bus passengers may hold clues to death. 224
Buyout aims to Spark further retail success. 409
Cameron accused in referendum row; SNP fury at Westminster plans on vote. 573
Cameron: I want to ditch 50p tax; BRITAIN TODAY POLITICS. 106
Canadian coup for HR consultants. 337
Caterpillar boss vows to triple his apprentices. 419
CHAMPIONSHIP SIDES HAVE THE POWER. 283
Chance for Neptune. 191
Chisora's hoping to bounce back. 678
Clampdown needed on EC regulations. 483
College duo get England call-up. 197
Cup chief hopes for World glory; SPORT SHORTS RUGBY UNION. 139
Cut-price deals return for city's Restaurant Week. 267
Damages hearing for PC wrongly locked up. 237
David Wells. 507
DEATHS. 849
Defender to savour first North East derby; O'Shea will savour his first derby. 646
Don Cossack is handled with care; RACING BRIEFS CHELTENHAM. 144
Driver facing jail for killing crash helper. 432
Emphasis firmly on attack, says Bogie; Play-off rivals are expected to give Gateshead defence problems. 401
Enroller is a potential star for Muir; Saraband. 387
Esh wins training centre contract. 401
EVACUATION AS UNEXPLODED SECOND WORLD WAR BOMB FOUND. 163
Falcons receive grounds for hope; Tait's men may be thrown a league lifeline. 883
Fighting his corner; SPORT SHORTS BOXING. 110
Firms urged to get involved in stadium's gigs. 469
Free parking scheme gets the go-ahead; Shoppers' permit agreed by council. 484
From Twitter Follow The Journal [...]. 125
Funerals to be held for victims of shootings. 270
Future is looking bright at Rockliff; Rugby Union Tuesday, January 10, 2012 48 THE JOURNAL journallive.co.uk SCRUM DOWN with MARK SMITH Tel: (0191) 201 6432; email: mark.smith@ncjmedia.co.uk. 756
Get set for the Games; MP kicks off countdown to the Olympics. 453
Government gives green light to HS2. 482
Growth is the real target to aim for. 233
Henry, one-nil to the Arsenal; Dj[euro] vu as Gunners legend caps return with goal. 638
Historic appointment is to be made. 313
History in the past, says Celtic teenager; SCOTTISH CUP. 451
Hughes plans to continue QPR talks. 594
If you're poor, your only source of credit is a cowboy outfit which will make you pay dearly. 949
Industry suffers fall-out from proposal. 555
Instant results are a speciality for one of the game's master motivators; Martin O'Neill's Black Cats bandwagon is motoring along nicely. JAMES HUNTER looks at how he has turned their season around. 818
Insurers? Don't you wish some disaster would befall them? Columnist. 658
Is monarchy 'best system' for us? Views of the North. 243
Jobless figures 'a tragedy' for the North East' Households with no workers are rife. 496
KELVIN ADMITS 'I DIDN'T SPEND MUCH TIME THINKING ABOUT ETHICS'. 285
Kompany is set to learn his fate; FOOTBALL SHORTS MANCHESTER CITY. 107
Labour deny Miliband speech is a 'relaunch'. 248
Laptop con leaves man out of pocket. 202
Learn to love your new rented home; School to take tenants at just pounds 180 a month. 560
Lex ex-chief joins board of Vertu. 211
Lingerie firm finds buyer. 228
Local food producers get a chance to network. 238
Lucky escape for motorist after her car flips over. 253
Managers at Bpex judge top pig event. 143
MARKET UPDATE. 364
Memorial makes sticky problem for heritage site. 272
Messi's still the best. 197
Mild spring and autumn mean country is still in drought state. 372
Miliband history needs clarifying; Views of the North. 264
Miliband: Labour's plight is frustrating; South Shields MP talks of life on sidelines. 375
More pain is on way for retailers; BRITAIN TODAY BUSINESS. 121
MOWDEN HALL YOUNGSTERS DON'T KNOW HOW TO LOSE. 191
Murder denied; NORTH TODAY COURT. 119
My boy will still help others; Losing a child is something no parent should have to go through. Jane and Gary Nattrass tell HANNAH DAVIES why they're channeling their grief into creating a charity for others with their late son's condition. 1776
NEW LIFE FOR OLD PLAY. 116
NOW SHOWING. 438
Olympic building work is complete; OLYMPICS. 432
Onions comes in from the sidelines. 613
Park's new owner may bid for more. 438
Parks winning every week; Work starts soon on the latest North East park to be reborn thanks to lottery lolly. TONY HENDERSON reports. 942
Petards' new chief. 142
Plan heralds new use for listed college; Uni school of business in Ushaw move. 521
Plane forced to land after pilot taken ill. 190
Poverty by postcode. 1059
Price war pressure on milk. 153
Prison officer given medal for bravery; Man attacked warder with a broken bottle. 443
Prisoner talked of plans for future; Man on remand for murder found hanging in his cell. 323
Quakers fans step up bid to save club. 318
Quiz of the Day. 180
Radio Northumberland launched by volunteers. 199
Reflecting on a difficult past for National Glass Centre; A new masterplan could transform the fortunes of the National Glass Centre, as DAVID WHETSTONE has been finding out. 1053
Residents warned of sneak thefts. 165
Sales are down but HMV says it still has a future. 433
Scheme that deserves to succeed. 108
SHOREACRES GATHERS SOME MOMENTUM. 242
Six years of hell at hands of twisted texter next door; Torment began when Hollie was aged just 14. 105
Slightly skewed view of HS2 facts; Views of the North. 245
Small firms body fears an Olympic damp squib. 368
Smalling: It's great Scholes is back. 456
Sportswear firm in talks. 234
Stage is set for school and theatre RSC link-up. 353
Stores report a slowdown in sales. 318
Successful chase pleasing for Strauss. 422
Thieves rip wing mirrors from cars. 150
Thieves take gnomes from garden. 164
Tom would make best captain. 327
Town centre stores get a traditional new look. 337
TRIBUTES PAID TO NEW YEAR'S DAY MYSTERY DEATH DAD. 233
Villas-Boas insists he won't be held to ransom. 443
Virus hits Palace side. 287
Waiting for an apology on green; Views of the North. 125
Waley-Cohen again attracts a suspension; Amateur rider receives further penalty at Taunton. 695
Workforce claim; BRITAIN TODAY POLITICS. 103
Youngster in plea for dog's safe return; Girl leaves hospital only for pet to go missing. 716

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