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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (January 26, 2012)

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'I wouldn't put it past him to blatantly reward the councils that support the Government' Kevan Jones MP Pickles accused of preparing a slush fund for southerners. 742
'Locals-ism' and real ale drive market activity. 592
'Missing out on a 'Missing out on a prize spurs me on' Songbird is looking to a bright future. 482
2012 - the year of simplicity. 323
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS. 203
Albrighton hurt by 'cheat' chants; FOOTBALL SHORTS ASTON VILLA. 142
Anglers gearing up for the new salmon season. 638
Ant and Dec win award for 11th time. 191
Arrest after city hit by graffiti spate. 108
BBC cuts; BRITAIN TODAY MEDIA. 124
BE MORE INVENTIVE, SAYS THE MAN BEHIND THE CLOCKWORK RADIO. 192
Bellamy takes Reds into final; Welshman will line up against Cardiff at Wembley. 765
Birdsong hit a wrong note; Views of the North. 154
Car hits lorry and police van in chase; Drink driving suspect ends up in garden. 514
Cats' Davies bid set to fall through. 216
CCTV investment increases safety; Views of the North. 118
Changing face of the leisure sector. 748
Children need play to help them develop as rounded individuals; Columnist. 666
Cleared carer is suspended by watchdog panel; Mental health worker kicked elderly patient. 600
Club pro cup set to be more even. 600
Clubs are running out of Uefa time. 439
Council 'shame' over school plan; Views of the North. 144
Country pub revamp creates five new jobs. 216
Cup games are like pre-season; Mayhew sees the positives of Falcons' fresh start. 686
Death crash driver to appeal sentence; Issue of speed was given too much emphasis. 533
DEATHS. 1150
Debt advice helpline is launched for residents. 246
Digital sign firm appoints new IT director. 302
Do not come to cup clash to misbehave. 218
Donald tries his hand with new clubs. 375
Downbeat forecast for factories; ECONOMY TODAY UK. 125
Drawing connections between city infernos. 404
Drivers caught using illegal diesel; Police blitz success. 399
Drugs firm launches new business line. 475
Encouraging caravan and holiday park sales. 385
Engineering team helps space telescope keep quiet. 409
Expert on artefacts dies following a short illness. 240
First Minister Salmond's vote vision is unveiled. 234
Free attractions for Northumberland festival. 210
Freezing council tax could be threat to jobs. 337
From Twitter Follow The Journal [...]. 123
Get Britain behind our bright sparks; It took Trevor Baylis nearly two years to find someone willing to take his idea for the wind-up radio seriously, but it eventually made him a household name. He talks to JOHN HILL about the need to take inventors seriously, and what Britain should do to protect them. 1566
Golf game lands major investment. 405
Good design is key to trading success. 430
Government keeps the cold, hard cash; Help with the heating bills not getting through to the needy. 622
Health MOT. 390
Helicopters saved from cuts but police must share. 207
HELP JOURNALISTS HELP YOU. 337
How a diet has saved my life; Running a pub isn't the best recipe for a healthy lifestyle but former publican Henry Mollett has lost almost six and a half stone since ditching the pies, kebabs and up to 20 cans of beer a night. He tells BROOKE CHANDLER how he did it. 381
Hunt for fly-tippers ruining our coast; Bag litter-bug strikes more than 30 times. 416
IN MEMORIAM. Obituary 101
JOEY REVEALS FAVOURITE BOOK HE LIKES TO GET HIS TEETH INTO. 388
Kei is no pain in the neck as Murray wins; TENNIS. 815
Keith Gorman; Obituary. Obituary 454
Lancaster throws his hat in the ring. 395
Large cultural offering attracts new visitors. 502
Learning disabilities care centre to be axed. 294
Let's look on the brighter side of life. 430
Looking forward for 2012. 1174
Man touched two girls. 128
MARGOT WILL HEAD OFF TO DUBAI. 190
MARKET UPDATE Tourist rates Australia [...]. 360
Monty's back as England take control. 646
Morrison move has to wait until the summer. 248
MP looking for support to save jobs at oil depot. 525
MPs push hard for scrap law changes; Minister set to ban metal cash sales. 531
Netball's now the priority for bright neuroscientist; Team Northumbria are gunning for netball glory in the Superleague this season. Mark Douglas met one of their star imports combining her passion for netball with the appliance of science. 798
Neville to issue a rugby warning. 359
New digital diaries aim to run full event listings. 548
New factory will double workforce. 303
Newcastle to get elected mayor this autumn. 253
No need to be there to enjoy the full orchestra; A pioneering new scheme will make orchestral concerts more widely available in the North East, as DAVID WHETSTONE reports. 622
Northumbria police chief promoted. 166
Not too PC now but the tunes are great; The King And I at Newcastle Theatre Royal until Saturday. 395
Now's the best time to change. 370
NSA seeks sheep worrying data. 149
Online facts on new pig rules. 168
Onuoha will get time to settle in at QPR after a quiet year. 544
Our foreign forefathers; Museum tells tale of 1800s immigrants. 904
Paying too much for little energy; Views of the North. 218
Perfect pizzas are a joy to make; A RECIPE FOR HEALTH with David Kennedy. 1143
Plato will lead the MG charge. 393
Police are investigating fatal smash. 137
Publicity 'freeze' on how to stay warm in winter; Fund that could help those most in need is underspent by pounds 30m. 163
Quiz of the Day. 183
Rasheed to pick up where he left off. 351
Recognising importance of teams pulling together. 728
Record sales at Apple; COMPANIES TODAY TECH. 101
REDKNAPP MAKES VICTIMISATION CLAIMS. 195
Roadworks blamed as trade falls; Campaign to bring in shoppers begun. 592
Rogge 'there will be doping' SPORT SHORTS OLYMPICS. 141
RPA keeps in touch over farm payments. 495
Shock as sex beast dies in jail cell; Partner of suspected child killer takes his own life. 523
Should you build a business or brand? 275
Shrinking UK economy sinks markets. 319
Solar panel jobs hanging in balance; Government set to appeal court's ruling. 449
Stakes are high for Osborne and us. 233
Stories that stand out from crowd. 436
Success in Newcastle drives Sandman's expansion. 594
Tax benefits and boss's bonus deals; Views of the North. 184
Team North looking to move on up. 399
Television appeal; NORTH TODAY CRIME. 108
Temperance Town or Party City? Self-employed consultant and aspiring writer from Washington, SIMON LEE, draws on extensive historical research of Newcastle to discuss whether its current "party city" image is a new phenomenon, or something which has a basis in history. 2103
The soaring cost of raising your child; Report says around pounds 218,000 should cover you until they're 21. 523
TIME FOR CHANGE. 265
Time will tell if fairness rules. 106
Titanic turbine to take its turn on pier; Work due to start in May on coastal wind farm. 562
To infinity and beyond from Kielder. 229
Tobacco and cash laundering ring allegations to be heard by judge. 369
Town take over at the top after victory; NON-LEAGUE ROUND-UP. 194
Trainer Curtis on course to hit her best total. 429
Transport company is taking business to European market. Industry overview 380
TV star set to appear in swashbuckling play. 159
UK set to step into another recession; Manufacturing and building sectors falling. 516
Union gears up for fight over mileage rates; Move will 'cost staff hundreds of pounds'. 485
Utility man Perch is still happy to wait for a chance. 695
Views sought on plans for pounds 20m leisure centre. 235
We're just hitting our stride - Rooney. 441
Web firm's determined to help kids smile again. 383
WINCANTON WALK-OUT. 233

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