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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (January 10, 2013)

1-96 out of 96 article(s)
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"Potentially unsafe" tree gets chop from park. 166
1. Which historic hilltop abbey [...]. 161
57 hurt as ferry crashes into dock; WORLD TODAY UNITED STATES. 123
A thumbs down for Heart street art; Designer says he is 'devastated' by demolition plans. 499
Anniversary of pioneering locomotive to be marked. 118
As a boxer, you constantly have to watch your weight. 459
Auction staff help snare phone bid fraudsters. 425
AUSTRALIA GIVEN ONLY A BRIEF REPRIEVE FROM FIRE NIGHTMARE. 210
Author to host uni talk on animal illustrations. 163
Back pain - what you should do. 359
BBC pockets new Crucible deal; SPORT SHORTS SNOOKER. 126
Bellew targets world title fight; BOXING. 342
Business angels to help firms in the city. 354
Chatton catchers enjoy a happy new year. 615
CLARK IS GIVEN A SECOND CHANCE WITH ENGLAND. 503
Coalition blows its own trumpet; But audit is dismissed as a cover-up. 497
Connacht relishing Cup test. 533
Crew's drink levels alarmed officers; Inquest into sub shooting told of concern. 489
Curtain up on new spring season for city's Live Theatre; Arts budgets may be under attack but Live Theatre is well prepared to weather the storm, as DAVID WHETSTONE discovered at its new season launch yesterday. 972
Deal moves closer; FOOTBALL SHORTS ENGLAND. 178
DEATHS. 1148
Denial of services is shameful. 247
DESIGNER BRAND REVEALS CHRISTMAS SALES SURGE. 335
Direct action call to save city's libraries; Pensioners 'should stage a sleep-in'. 695
Dr Alan Reece 1927-2012; Obituary. 951
Duke not out to lord it yet; Keeper's feet on ground despite Bradford cup win. 647
Durham's colourful Buddhist partners in focus. 496
Edwardian traditions come to life. 505
End of year saw output fall. 265
England getting balance just right; Range of styles benefits squad. 821
Everton on a Euro mission - Jagielka. 487
Ewe scanning - it's all in the timing say experts. 364
Ex-Falcon Ollie set for epic charity bike ride. 268
Farewell as DFDS boss sails off to new future; ECONOMY Ruth Lognonne. 749
Ferguson: Ronaldo now complete. 359
Gardener's court hell after drug error over; Speed mistaken for plant food. 415
Gear up for cycle ride challenge. 159
Gers 'should quit Scottish football' FOOTBALL SHORTS RANGERS. 119
GETTING IN THE MOOD FOR LOVE PROVES JUST THE TICKET. 169
Good reasons to keep the passes; Views of the North. 266
Greggs puts focus for year ahead on refits; RETAIL. 562
Grocer shatters trading record economic backdrop. 461
Gunners to push boat out for Theo. 609
He hopes to break the Eagles' hearts. 646
Hoping for many smiles to come. 108
If there is a digital revolution no one's told this county; Minister urged to extend broadband connections. 716
In a stew over slip of the tongue. 429
In-form Pentiffic looking just Grand. 446
Interior design firm looks to hotel sector; SERVICES. 516
Jailed dealer's wife wants law change; Extradition to US 'was not necessary'. 338
Jumping for joy; RACING IN BRIEF DONCASTER. 124
LAST MOMENTS OF A FLIGHT THAT CLAIMED TWO LIVES. 239
Liver fluke a real cause for concern for farmers. 218
Lotto winners want others to share their joy; New millionaires: 'We are not packing in work. We love our jobs'. 439
Luck plays very big part in team selection. 386
MARKET UPDATE. 363
McCririck sues in 'ageism' row; RACING IN BRIEF CHANNEL 4. 211
Mid-term report a great benefit; Views of the North. 188
Millar hits out over Armstrong interview. 399
New homes planned for small village. 193
New smelting site tenant brings hope. 221
NON-LEAGUE ROUND-UP. 479
Pension plans lead to more confrontation; Rows over academies will not go away. 640
Pietersen agrees a new England deal. 638
Pioneering learning from the archives. 640
Play.com cuts jobs. 181
Professional job; SPORT SHORTS BOXING. 112
PS3m N'Diaye hopes to face Hammers; N'Diaye's hopeful of facing West Ham. 528
PS650,000 facelift in plan to revitalise; Latest phase in big picture. 504
Public's chance to vote for town's Conservative candidate. 221
Reds teenager Wisdom agrees deal. 373
Roundabout ads plan thrown out; Hoardings would be a distraction to drivers, rules county council. 269
SCHOOLGIRL DIVES IN TO WIN LIFEBOAT-NAMING CONTEST. 213
Sculptures are full of hot air; In the 1960s of Edwin Li's imagination things are not all they seem, as TAMZIN LEWIS discovers. 390
Search to find the best firms and employees in North East. 821
Share index at best level since 2008. 301
Sloppy Chelsea are taken advantage of. 1160
SME owners looking to expand in New Year. 399
Struggling in retirement; People planning to retire this year expect to be living off the lowest average incomes recorded in six years, an insurer has warned. VICKY SHAW examines the drop in income for older people. 729
Take shine to lighthouse. 147
Tangled maze of interests in every signing; THE AGENDA: The anatomy of a transfer January transfers can be a tortuous business - as long-suffering Newcastle fans have discovered. Chief sports writer Mark Douglas presents a beginner's guide to January transfers, how they come about and why they can take so long. 1102
The celebrations were unmissable; Views of the North. 284
Top entrepreneur declared bankrupt; Bank pursues businessman over PS3m debt. 655
TV CHOICE. 362
UKIP youth chairman sacked for speaking out. 268
Uni lecturer's first film up for a Bafta; Coming-of-age story makes the shortlist. 612
Victorious villagers are celebrating plan refusal; Wind farm proposal gets the brush-off. 440
Villages suffer as postal van breaks down; 17 days and counting for loss of service. 512
Visitors stayed away from national park as rain poured down. 358
Walkers job cuts; COMPANIES TODAY FOOD. 120
We want United's skipper, says Pizzi; Coloccini is coveted back home SAN LORENZO PONDER 'DREAM' MOVE FOR United's skipper. 621
Who is our Salmond? This week the January Manifesto was launched, looking at how to improve the North East. ADRIAN PEARSON looks at the leadership failings said to be increasingly holding the region back. 1039
Why there has to be an alternative to taking away the Arts; Columnist. 684
WOMAN BRUSHES UP ON HER CREATIVITY WITH FAMILY-FRIENDLY CAREER. 378
Work to start on free car park spaces for station. 254
Zip wire plans across fells are rejected. 146

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