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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (September 20, 2012)

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30p toll rise suggestion is denied; PS1.70 charge is 'discussed only'. 570
800 jobs from turbine plans; Plans to make parts for offshore wind farms approved. 469
A fresh start in country; TONY HENDERSON uncovers the story of the back-to-the-land settlers who quit the Depression-afflicted Tyneside of the 1930s. 1244
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS. 229
Andre is looking forward, not back; EUROPA LEAGUE. 443
Architects' work faces demolition; Concerns over doomed block. 381
B&B owner takes up tourism mantle; Woman organises cycling challenge to boost industry. 440
Bank was warned over Diamond appointment; BANKING. 409
Barry: City can take heart from Real defeat. 387
Blues let Juve off the hook; European champions throw away two-goal lead. 677
Bond yields in the US can't go on like this. 399
Businesses raise cash to replace stolen donations. 303
Call to arm police rightly resisted. 109
Camaraderie will push group on to conquer next target. 360
Chairmen created to confuse. 421
CHIMNEY MANUFACTURER TO TRAIN BIOMASS BOILER INSTALLERS. 390
Clegg says sorry for fees fiasco; BRITAIN TODAY POLITICS. 146
Concern over talk of traveller site for town. 205
Consumers are 'misled' over low-fat foods - claim. 269
Cumbrians claim a top-ten finish; CHIP SHOTS CLUBS CHAMPIONSHIP. 107
Dawnn runs through the pain; At the start of the year, Fit Factor finalist Dawnn Roe was almost 25 stone and facing the prospect of gastric bypass surgery. But after losing over five stone in the last five months, the 40-year-old NHS admin worker from Pelton, County Durham, has managed to complete the Great North Run. She tells The Journal what it meant to her. 399
DEATHS. 645
Democracy in action but no solutions for our changing weather; Columnist. 682
Diamonds see their semi-final called off; SPEEDWAY. 437
DOUBLE AWARD JOY FOR MUM AND DAUGHTER'S BRIDAL GOWN CREATIONS. 275
Eagles' squad is ready to graduate. 620
Early education is key to learning; Views of the North. 173
Event will get the cash flying in. 200
Experience is key factor for Falcons. 906
Fans come from afar to see Joe simply shine. 330
Farrell is waiting to ride next wave. 449
Finance sector bonuses of PS12,000. 285
Fletcher returns, but poor spectacle. 750
FREE ADVICE ON EVERYTHING THAT GIVES A BUSINESS THE EDGE. 422
Government must drive change. 242
Hope for jobs as fish factory is bought out; EMPLOYMENT. 475
Hopefuls' journey into the unknown; Alan Pardew will hand youth its chance in Madeira tonight - but there is method behind this marriage of convenience. Mark Douglas reports. 1037
Independence will help matters; Views of the North. 127
Investors are lining up for airport share; Councils' search for partner is gathering pace. 487
It would be a crime to miss this fab, foot-tapping Oliver! Theater review 356
KELLY'S EYE IS ON GLORY IN JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP. 284
Landlord 'pulled a gun' in pub row; Clash with Welsh locals. 525
Life of Brian is a busy one managing Arcot Hall. 546
Lloyds leads credit scheme; ECONOMY TODAY CREDIT. 117
LOVELORN MOTORIST BEGS FORGIVENESS IN A MESSAGE ON THE SIDE OF A VAN. 204
Make the electric switch; Ministers urged to bring plug-in cars to masses. 576
MARKET UPDATE. 365
McFadden keen to secure Cats deal; McFadden keen on joining Black Cats. 588
McIlroy: Woods does not fear me. 460
Michael Hall; Obituaries. Obituary 646
MP probes minister over school merger row; Academy plan 'shocked parents'. 508
NAVAL HISTORY GOES ONLINE. 119
NHS struggling with its finances; BRITAIN TODAY HEALTH. 124
No one will win under new regime; Opinion. 594
Nuptials put on hold for hero Briggs. 401
ONLINE RETAILER SMASHES EXPECTATIONS WITH RISE IN UK SALES. 361
OpSec in hologram-maker deal; ACQUISITION. 411
Pardew: No rift with Ba; Boss happy with striker. 513
Peter Nicholson; Obituaries. Obituary 324
Plastics firm's revenue up - but profits down; MANUFACTURING. 447
Pledge to continue milk fight. 464
Poetry a patchwork of memories and unlikely inspiration; A debut poetry pamphlet marks a coming-of-age for Cara Brennan, as TAMZIN LEWIS finds out. 829
Police raid homes of drug suspects; Nine arrests made across city's east end. 489
POLICE TAKE DELIVERY OF THEIR LATEST WEAPON AGAINST ANTI-SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR. 113
Premier is priority for Reds manager; EUROPA LEAGUE. 468
Prince able to reign supreme again. 442
Protecting the future. 132
Quiz of the Day. 169
Rural school campaigners form group against plans. 235
Salmond furious after welfare jibe; IDS warning over impact of 'yes' vote. 458
Scene of tragedy 'is still risk to police' Queen leads tributes to brave pair. 564
Scheme to help tackle loneliness in the elderly. 146
Scramble for Euro tickets; Fans allocated less than 1,500 seats. 526
Secret report on child's problems sent to stranger; Mother's shock over blunder with confidential files. 380
Shipwreck story is brought to life; Divers piece together final moments. 608
Standard of living 'may fall off cliff' after work; 'Invest in your pension or face slump'. 535
Steve happy to be in the driving seat. 608
Stimulus cash hopes drive up index; FTSE 100 Annabel Breakey Brewin Dolphin. 283
Super-fast broadband for city. 106
Talk of Rumours. 245
The big push to get fitter is growing; Only 2% of people in the region cycle to work, but studies show that employees who build exercise into their day are likely to be healthier and more alert in their jobs. KAREN WILSON speaks to those who've not only shed weight, but also cured health problems through cycling. 1606
The boss is often the problem for many businesses; In sport the winner is the first to pass the finishing line, but in business there are many factors at work. After a decade running her firm The Alchemists, one of the North East's most respected business consultants LUCY ARMSTRONG gives a few pointers to future champions on how to beat their personal best. 928
The very best in care of elderly; Views of the North. 253
Too much too young for pupils; BRITAIN TODAY EDUCATION. 112
TV CHOICE. 350
Van hire firm stays optimistic. 197
Villages given headache by price of democracy. 214
Vital work of protecting ancient wall; Views of the North. 313
WHEN IT PAYS TO TAKE EYE OFF THE BALL. 280
Why I'm fascinated by the appliance of science. 207

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