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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (May 19, 2012)

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Title Author Type Words
A ton of relief for happy Strauss. 853
Accident claims a fourth victim as gran dies; 24-day battle for life is over. 414
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS. 239
Advice for those thinking about holiday home lets; Lyn Cole offers expert advice to those looking at letting out their country cottage. 665
All not as it seems for rural economy grant. 470
Allardyce bears Blackpool no grudges. 400
American star has eyes on Ohuruogu; ATHLETICS. 344
Another fall in numbers of homes being built. 423
Are mortgage rates on the move? 385
At home in the valley. 650
ATHLETES OF TODAY SHOULD TRY THESE OUTFITS FOR SIZE. 249
Available to let immediately. 103
Ayre of positivity over Reds' new boss. 347
Badger lovers are 'happy' at killing; Views of the North. 232
Bantam belt is so important for Ward. 388
Best of Jubilee Royal reads; The Diamond Jubilee means a cascade of new books. HANNAH STEPHENSON talks to Alan Titchmarsh and picks some other books celebrating the Queen's years on the throne. 854
Bestsellers. 160
Beware of the Witches' curse; SPEEDWAY. 472
Boost for UK suppliers as JLR announces pounds 1bn investment. 265
Branson gets in saddle to back Cyclone; Tycoon supporting top UK biking event. 479
Bright and spacious interior style. 105
Buy-to-let mortgage lending on increase. 735
Bypass changes direction; Government advice prompts new approach. 462
Cadeaux's on Red alert for trip to Oz. 566
Cafe is serving up great potentia. 204
Cant not giving up on Trophy dream. 408
Centre's fitness boost for Leinster; O'Driscoll is back in the fold for Ulster Cup clash. 666
Chain close to deal. 179
CHEVROLET AVEO 1.3 LT VCDI ECODIESEL. 424
Choice of FirstBuy family homes. 238
Choice of homes by the riverside. 343
CHRYSLER YPSILON TWINAIR LIMITED. 804
Clegg places himself on the right side of Britain's great divide; Columnist. 726
Confused by the climate claims; Views of the North. 118
Consider benefits of relevant life policies for workers. 317
Corrections and clarifications. Correction notice 152
Cottage is brimming with orginal features. 198
Country-style living on the edge of the town. 125
Creating a herb garden YOU [...]. 213
Criticism of train firm is off the mark; Views of the North. 287
DEATHS. 794
Defendants suffered as their firm hit problems. 378
DIARY. 350
Dicentra spectabilis THESE elegant perennials [...]. 160
Drunk son attacked mother in her bed; 79-year-old feared for life during assault. 504
EU auditors give opinion on the CAP. 444
Facebook founder likes $1bn float day; Shares rise in early trading after launch. 567
Fairest of them all; Claire Hornby loves the light and bright fairytale look. 556
Fall in love with the Linden - but act fast. 391
Family's tribute is from the art Clarks; Paintings are unveiled in hospital ward. 385
Farmhouse offers lovely rural views. 121
Ferris ready to face 'mate' O'Brien. 387
Fire service appoints new assistant chief officer. 189
Fishing around for a new hobby? Thinking of adding fish to your pond? Hannah Stephenson looks at how to give them the best start in their new home. 606
Former couple found dead hours apart; Bodies of childhood sweethearts discovered within 72 hours. 595
FRUGAL FIESTA A MEAN MACHINE. 541
FURY AS QUEEN DINES WITH KING OF BAHRAIN. 264
Graduate interns scheme extended. 379
Greek woe sinks markets despite Facebook. 308
Hand Di Matteo the Chelsea job says Bayern boss. 631
Home is both stunning and discreet. 171
Homes with a family-friendly feel; Karen Overbury visits two new homes developments in very different areas but both with prices which could make buying affordable. 740
Hope is fading for fishermen; BRITAIN TODAY COASTGUARD. 119
Hospital's contemporary conversion. 143
I want to stay - McClean; WANT TO STAY AT SUNDERLAND - McCLEAN. 639
Imposing Presbytery offers privacy. 212
Impressive trio honoured by entrepreneurs. 406
Indulge literary leanings at Late Shows. 189
Inspirational style is winning praise. 367
JOB OF THE WEEK. 152
KAREN OVERBURY. 368
Keeping it in the family; Artwork that we can relate to at the Laing. 527
Last chance to enter our schools awards; Search almost over for best in categories. 408
Leader: My city has a drink problem; Police under fire for failure to get tough. 612
Lecturer gets rapid taste of life of an adventurer. 241
Let the experts help to spruce up your home; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 986
Let's go back to the market; Hopes rising for a revival. 607
Limousin breeder delighted to judge at major pedigree sale; The chance of being made a judge at a major pedigree bull sale is normally reserved for the more seasoned livestock breeder. But for 37-year-old Northumberland beef farmer Andrew Proctor, the opportunity came knocking a lot sooner than he anticipated, as RUTH LOGNONNE finds out. 720
Local politics is in need of an overhaul; Opinion. 556
Location, location, location ... 416
Long wait for Hibs spurs on McPake. 350
LSE profits jump after spending spree; COMPANIES TODAY FINANCE. 116
Luxury liner to sail into North East. 147
Make most of village life. 196
Make sure your lease really is long enough; It's vital to know the length of the lease if you are buying a leasehold, warns Rukhsanah Haroon. 630
Making the grade? A major overhaul of the GCSE marking system could lead to fewer grades being available, a new report suggests. NICOLA WEATHERALL takes a look at the issue. 1232
MARKET UPDATE. 373
Markets lose pounds 80bn as crisis deepens. 458
Marshall secures a berth for London; Victory earns Olympic place. 747
MEET THE AGENT; With a new branch to establish, estate agent Jonathan Parker is enjoying his challenge. 645
Minister hits out over grooming; BRITAIN TODAY POLITICS. 101
Miranda's Shadow By Kitty Fitzgerald; SATURDAY SHORT STORY. 2235
Mortgage monitor; This week's best buys include... 158
MOVE AND IMPROVE. 271
MP slates plan to build on green belt land; Proposals for 1,000 homes. 528
MUMPRENEUR. 595
Music hall re-opens for anniversary. 247
Nature's magic pulled Rose from depths of depression. 788
NEW ASTRA TO BE BUILT IN UK. 298
New drama to be filmed in Durham. 243
New for the home. 120
New to buy. 181
New to the market. 237
Northern region hard hit by personal insolvency. 513
Nuclear energy the real threat; Views of the North. 286
Number one cage fighter battles for charity cause. 250
Olympics on a plate. 186
PEUGEOT SERVES UP TWO ACES. 153
Phillips wants to go out at very top. 554
Play it safe when renting or letting. 446
Policewoman headbutted by arrested teenager. 232
Popular corner shop. 195
pounds 3.5m tag on wanted man Mark; Davies could replace Guthrie pounds 3.5m tag on United transfer target. 632
Punters are at the ready for Hexham; POINT TO POINT. 494
Pupils enjoy thrills of motor racing. 266
Q&A. 463
Quiz of the Day. 185
Rain hits roof sales. 164
Rainfall dampens desire for drinkers to head out. 392
RANGE ROVER V8 4.4 DIESEL AUTOBIOGRAPHY. 620
Reduced IHT rate for charitable giving. 400
Restoration is a winner; Listed station beats stiff competition. 553
Rewarded for her dedication; Archery expert to be a Paralympic torch bearer. 382
Room for all the family ... and more. 149
Rose blossoms to embarrass Clarke. 707
Rough guide lists north attractions as 'exciting'. 254
Salon a snip at pounds 200 a month. 124
Scheme makes homes affordable. 345
Season highlights revealed; THE Sage Gateshead's new classical music season was announced last night. DAVID WHETSTONE has the details. 649
Secluded stone-built country house. 303
Selling a dream of crime-hit Tyneside on the Riviera; Star Stephen heads for festival. 454
Sharing pension pots fairly can be complex; Divorce brings with it tough financial issues. TERESA DAVIDSON and TRISTAN MANDER give an insight into how it can affect a couple's pensions. 801
Sleep tight...and don't let the bedbugs bite; Sleepover proves wildly successful. 478
Software company signs six-figure deal for China. 496
Something special; If it's additional living space you need, homes with extras provide just that. homemaker looks at four properties now on the market. 785
Spacious home with elegance and style. 159
Special guest for community store. 224
Sportiest road-registered MINI on sale this year. 151
Sporty pupils join big dance; Thousands across globe will take part in Olympic-theme dance. 487
Stagecoach launches American expansion; ECONOMY TODAY TRANSPORT. 129
Stepping up the fight over drink; "It's what we call a bull market at the moment". 229
Stokes is going to play on; Benkenstein facing weeks out. 644
STUDENT CAMPAIGNS TO KEEP HOLMES'S HOME. 273
SUBARU BRZ AND XV MODELS. 426
Support for muscle-wasting disease sufferers. 244
Teenage dreams so hard to beat; Sunderland winger James McClean watched Ireland's last games in a major championship while still at school. This summer he wants be the one teaching Europe's best a lesson, as Neil Cameron reports. 951
The Americans are coming. 319
The art of enjoyment; It's one of the most accessible parts of Scotland from Newcastle, and also one of the most beautiful. KAREN WILSON explores Dumfries and Galloway ahead of the annual Arts Festival, which starts on Friday. 1387
The solicitor who tried everything to save his firm - except give up on his cars, wine and holidays; Two are jailed after court told of fraud. 996
The whole point of fixing a wall; Mortar pointing is simple, but it is easy to get wrong, warns house doctor Peter Fall. 621
Third-floor flat with parking. 107
Time to put exams to the test; "It's what we call a bull market at the moment". 110
Time travel project is commended. 171
TORCH ARRIVES TO KICK-OFF OLYMPIC COUNTDOWN. 328
Tough Mission awaits Noble; Frankel's brother looks to stay in classic contention. 623
TOYOTA YARIS 1.33 VVT-I TR. 534
Trader fury as police target cars; Blitz on drivers parked illegally. 501
Turning junk into treasure. 518
UK suffered due to politicians; Views of the North. 156
UNBEATEN WORLD'S BEST IS AGAIN THE CENTRE OF ATTENTION. 457
Valentino taking impressive strides; Top status is granted to champion. 598
Volunteers urged to sign up for taste of carnival. 260
VOLVO XC70 D5 SE LUX START/STOP. 371
Vulnerable strugglers go head to head; DUKES NORTH EAST PREMIER LEAGUE. 495
Warning after bogus caller thefts in region. 165
Warning over bogus caller threat. 352
We will win this - sooner or later; Di Matteo predicts Blues triumph. 1382
Woman died after new driver did not see her. 230
Xavi backs boss; FOOTBALL SHORTS BARCELONA. 102
You're being let down; Labour MP's backing for Journal bid. 557

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