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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (April 17, 2013)

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Title Author Type Words
'Help us bring our sister back home' Family make a plea for information. 557
400 helped in trainer's first year. 117
A Must win for Mowbray; Carayol strike enough for Boro to see off Forest. 728
A stalemate leaves Arsenal frustrated. 663
Accountants gear up to lead the way on new tax relief. 355
Adonis review challenges all of us to get on with it. 736
Air Products wins PS500m contract. 455
AN OLYMPIC EVENT WITH A DIFFERENCE. 201
Anthony finds the right office space for his business. 241
AWARDS. 184
Battle is on to save Hoppings. 158
Benefits of pooling resources; DICKINSON DEES. 505
Bonding with Brosnan; A home in paradise, a wonderful wife and a career still going strong - Pierce Brosnan has few complaints. In an exclusive interview from Hawaii, he talks Bond, beaches and beauties with Shereen Low. 1428
Boy in canal; BRITAIN TODAY ACCIDENT. 114
Bright future ahead for construction; The regional construction industry has had some ups and downs over the last few years but out of the difficulties of the recession and given the region''s reputation for hard work and determination, it is not surprising that there is also some good news to report. 1546
Bright spark pioneers who brought power to region. 815
Business confidence growing; ECONOMY. 585
Businesses aim to make a name for themselves. 1147
Cable thieves leave hundreds without power. 338
Charities and SMEs in closer working scheme. 287
Churchman got it wrong on Thatcher; views of the North. 257
Class still counts in the workplace. 541
Coach driver from region killed in Alps coach crash; Vehicle veered off the road and burst into flames. 461
Coke loses fizz; COMPANIES TODAY RESULTS. 110
Collingwood memories pouring in; views of the North. 450
Credit unions on the rise. 332
Cricketer saddles up for marathon ride; Sportsman urges families to do their bit. 471
Deaths driver to face no charges; Four killed in horror smash. 599
Deaths. 1064
Developer appeals failed turbine plan; Second attempt to site generator near monument. 402
Di Canio an instant hero; views of the North. 113
Diversifying has helped Lanchester Group grow; SQUARE ONE LAW. 1746
Do you know the twit who took owl? Popular landmark carving hacked off by birdknapping thieves. 424
Don't look back in anger. 430
Duchess's book series set to turn raunchy; Talk of a TV show in the pipeline. 438
Engineering an army of workers; Skilled armed forces' personnel leaving regiments in the latest round of redundancies will be met with open arms in some North East businesses. PETER McCUSKER reports. 1575
Euro-MPs accused of business betrayal. 618
Evidence of confidence boost. 504
Famous fair could head to Sunderland; Showmen in talks over city switch. 431
Farmers travel free. 135
Fashion show; NORTH TODAY EVENT. 110
Feel the business benefits of the British Science Festival; NEWCASTLE UNIVERSITY. 750
Fogle goes back to basics for a wild life; SMALL SCREEN. 818
Forecasting future fashions; Joanna Feeley is founder and creative director at Trend Bible, the only trend forecasting agency in the North of England. Feeley set up the company in 2007 and has established a global client base. Here she explains the mysteries of trend forecasting. 995
Fridge man in new challenge. 208
FROM CLARTY FIELD TO MAGNET FOR SHOPPERS. 244
FTSE falls despite mining recovery. 273
Gentoo opens doors for future workforce. 591
Giving pop a bit of a twist; Girl power, glamour and gangster rap are the inspiration for a fun new show by two friends who share a love of pop music, as TAMZIN LEWIS discovers. 630
Gourmet chef leaves five-star resort hotel; Award winner seeks a new challenge. 538
Government policy raising cost of power generation; Cheek by jowl at Teesside's Wilton site are one of Europe's largest gas-fired power stations and one of its newest biofuel plants - both now sit idle. PETER McCUSKER reports. 1304
Gowland sees off tough challenges. 556
Grant deadline looms. 255
Growing animal feed demand boosts sales. 524
HANDS-ON EXPERIENCE HELPING TO ENGINEER THE FUTURE. 355
Hard work pays off with dream start. 511
Harnessing region's strength; Professor Roy Sandbach has been chosen as the 10th Goldman Visiting Professor of Enterprise and Innovation at Newcastle University Business School, after years working for Cranfield University and leading global innovation at Procter & Gamble in Newcastle. Here he sets out his agenda for the year ahead. 1249
History should write obituary of Thatcher; Opinion. Obituary 498
Inquests set to open into family's crash death. 200
Interior design firm wins major hotel contract; NORTH EAST BIC. 454
It's great to see Falcons flying high You are seeing the Dean Richards effect already ... I think he can take Newcastle a long way; Chief sports writer Mark Douglas talks to the World Cup winner about gales, going up and just why the North needs a resurgent Falcons back at rugby's top table THE INTERVIEW: Jason Robinson. 953
It's official - Isos is a great place to work; ISOS. 790
Italian job is a success for Bell. 410
Jason urges Lions to take place in history. 372
Jonny signs on for another year in France. 266
Just minutes from terror: North East runner poses at Boston finish line. 1387
Key men ready to battle champions. 567
Lady is well placed for Nell Gwyn. 447
LAST NIGHT'S EBAC NORTHERN LEAGUE. 327
LET THERE BE LIGHT...AT A CHEAPER PRICE. 321
LIGHT AT END OF TUNNEL AS PS1.2M WAREHOUSE REFURBISHMENT COMPLETES. 377
Lobster Charity Ball to raise autism cash. 214
Major sports brand deal with university; Scholarships, kit and funds for students. 359
MARKET UPDATE. 364
Match violence tucked away; views of the North. 122
Measles spread; NORTH TODAY HEALTH. 124
Meet Weed: He's deeply flawed and capable of horrendous crimes...and the latest creation of the Duchess of Northumberland; BRIAN DANIEL looks at the latest 'X-rated and raunchy' offering from the extremely business-savvy Duchess of Northumberland. 1384
More and better jobs: North East International; NORTH EAST LOCAL ENTERPRISE PARTNERSHIP. 1695
Murray mounts French charge; SPORT SHORTS TENNIS. 145
Mystery trail leads police to Switzerland; Heiress travelled there shortly before her disappearance. 584
Name the Year. 305
New president will support region's elderly. 368
No plans changed for the Marathon; ATHLETICS. 350
North East driver killed in Alps; Police suspect problem with coach's brakes. 159
Office space take-up figures 'encouraging' DEVELOPMENT. 541
Offshore specialist's new deal. 309
On course for a bright future at college. 181
Planned energy law could wipe millions off property. 438
Planning firm sees off multi-nationals; AWARDS. 468
Positive view of the North East. 496
Profits up for energy and utilities firm; GROWTH. Financial report 518
PS25m shopping investment; The Metrocentre is about to undergo a major rebrand as its owner makes a multi-million-pound investment in its 15-strong chain of shopping centres. It's the latest in a number of developments at the Gateshead centre this year, as KAREN DENT reports. 547
Quiz of the Day. 189
Reforms needed to build overseas trade; EXPORTS. 445
Ritchie: SFA need to step in; FOOTBALL SHORTS SCOTTISH PREMIER. 115
Rural retail business is sold; DEALS. 575
Safety first for Taylor's return; Ryan planning his comeback. 680
Scorpions' hits brought back to life at Academy. 366
Shining a light on a leading festival; EVENT. 559
Singer's energy should take him a long way. 248
Skills, transport and regeneration; Steps are under way for a radical shake-up of how councils promote skills, transport and regeneration. ADRIAN PEARSON looks at the path to a new council body. 1635
Sponsors for Durham Lumiere announced. 196
Students enter the Lions' Den; EVENT. 607
Students get a single smart card for travel and campus life. 433
Sunderland - a welcoming international city. 1001
Survival bid goes down to the wire. 421
Survival's more crucial than derby; Derby heroics all hush in camp. 686
Tackling the skills shortage; WELCOME. 274
Taking the lead; As a successful agent, Janet Plater has spent 20 years lobbying for female actors to get the roles they deserve. Now as a recharged writer, she's taking matters into her own hands. SAM WONFOR reports. 1413
Tears as former PM is taken to Westminster; Ceremony for Baroness as coffin moved. 465
Teenager could be deported to Tanzania. 236
Tesco chief is facing big pressure to deliver; ECONOMY. 644
Thatcher continues to cause divide. 372
The art of listening to university lectures. 201
The power of the online review; NEWCASTLE BUSINESS SCHOOL. 705
The transport revolution is here; Nexus deputy director general TOBYN HUGHES explains how the biggest smart travel roll-out in the country is changing everyday life in North East England. NEXUS. 426
Tickets snapped up for Faire. 521
Top tips on offer for aspiring entrepreneurs. 357
TV CHOICE. 334
Tweeting Sally Bercow 'had wide readership'. 361
Union outrage at 'shares for rights' EMPLOYMENT. 588
United aim to capture Carroll; Magpies aiming to capture Carroll. 617
Unlucky Spartans just cannot find the net. 353
WHAT GOT GORDON OUT OF BED FOR THE PAST 30 YEARS? 349
Where are the best start-up businesses? CONFERENCE. Conference news 519
Why Newcastle is ready to host the Rugby World Cup; Columnist. 601
Wising up to the ageing opportunity; Digital economy helping deliver better services more effectively NEWCASTLE UNIVERSITY. 723
YOUNGSTERS CAN HELP ST GEORGE IN HIS BATTLE AGAINST THE DRAGON. 359

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