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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (March 9, 2013)

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Title Author Type Words
'I won't kick Rafa while he is down' Ferguson declines an opportunity to twist the knife. 689
70 points or more to reach play-offs; Mowbray sets a rough target. 648
80 lose jobs as builders' merchant collapses. 234
A family treasure is sold to pay for care. 233
A hectic Festival week is on cards. 660
A line-up to savour topped by Dickinson; BOXING. 259
A new era of romance; Indulge yourself with the new age of romance and some superb furniture, says Claire Hornby. 540
A quality service so close to your home; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 929
A Special Catch win will be good going; Saturday, March 9, 2013 THE JOURNAL journallive.co.uk Racing MOSCROP ON SATURDAY. 639
Abbott detects a better mindset in his side. 473
Adam is a car in a million. 773
Add a touch of zest to brighten up your home; Louise Tucker-Kasonali shares her style tips for updating your living spaces this spring with a fresh, contemporary look. 360
AGA WEATHERS THE STORM TO COOK UP A GROWTH IN PROFITS. 346
Agent takes prestigious title in successive years. 192
An ideal base for commuters. 102
Anita: Mapou can step into the United breach; Defender able to fill the void MAPOU IS ABLE TO FILL VOID LEFT BY COLO. 404
Assured parts for Saabs. 112
Attacker jailed; BRITAIN TODAY CRIME. 104
Baines: We'll be forgotten without medals. 463
Ban those who support a ban; Views of the North. 156
Bar with no booze gets funding. 255
Bestsellers. 168
BETTING. 474
Body discovered; NORTH TODAY BLAZE. 123
Bold choice for mums; With Easter only three weeks away, there's lots to keep you busy in the garden - but don't forget Mother's Day, says North East horticulturalist Harry Clay. 1026
Bramble content with partner at heart of the defence. 398
Bus driver Brian King of the Road. 171
Call to review the UK's blight laws. 424
Campaigners triumph in wind farm battle. 480
Celebrate Emily and keep fighting. 102
Changing our view of the universe; Telescope to shine light on galaxies. 442
Characterful home is in a perfect location. 176
Charity event launches season; SPORT SHORTS SPEEDWAY. 191
Charming home in heart of village. 140
Child support; More foster families are needed in the North East than ever before. KATE PROCTOR speaks to three women who have fostered 80 children between them about the joys of being a carer. 1300
City centre restaurant comes fully equipped. 169
Clegg tells Lib Dems: We let people down; But leader denies party is in crisis. 651
Climbing the Bard's 'mountain' It's not a play to be tackled lightly, but the amateurs of the People's Theatre seem equal to King Lear, as DAVID WHETSTONE finds out. 817
Commanding victory for Bombardier. 397
Commissioner must take action. 231
Construction firm take on apprentice. 218
Council delivers U-turn decision over bus service; Fight to subsidise service moves on. 457
Crazy world of top jockeys; No pain, no gain is the AP McCoy way. DAVID WHETSTONE marvels at the resilience of the champion jockey. 762
Create your own jewellery puzzle. 561
Crook destroyed vulnerable lives; Conman claimed link with bishop to offer disabled jobs. 447
Cup-tie splits the Flitcrofts down the middle; Brothers both have sons in mascots' game. 670
Debutant Cato is the late hero. 1068
Diary. 350
Duchess grapples with Jaws the artist; Bond villain impersonator turns up at castle with Percy Lion model for gardens. 244
Eagles' chances of lifting title starting to fade; BASKETBALL. 556
EBAC NORTHERN LEAGUE / FA CARLSBERG VASE. 655
Edwardian house has plenty of original features. 192
Established team offer service with a smile; In our series meeting estate agency teams, s homemaker visits one of the oldest established estate agency branches in Newcastle city centre. 636
EVO-STIK LEAGUE. 309
Evolutionary creation for buyers. 355
Executive house great for commuters. 142
Extended home has lots of space. 188
FA CUP SIXTH ROUND PREVIEW. 566
Fancy a fast food empire? 347
Fans should pick on me, says Pulis. 405
FIVE TO FOLLOW. 292
FOUR people with their homes [.....]. 391
Four-bedroom home on the outskirts of the city. 191
FREEDOM OF CITY FOR HOLLYWOOD STAR. 200
FTSE rallies after US jobs boost. 314
Fundraising group set to call it a day. 178
George Kirrin. 338
Get country building again says RIBA. 212
Give savings a boost; IT is a tough time for savers but there are ways of making your money work for you. IAN LOWES takes a look. 1992
Helping homeless into work. 292
Homes have much to offer first-time buyers. 212
Hunt for vandal; NORTH TODAY CRIME. 111
I now know. 315
Immigration can be beneficial; Views of the North. 286
Impact of genomics on cattle breeding; DNA profiling has revolutionised dairy cattle breeding and the next 12 months are crucial to the direction of the industry. The first genomic AI progeny test results are coming online and will beg the question as to whether farmers will consider using more genomic young sires rather than older proven bulls. BRUCE JOBSON investigates. 1176
IN BRIEF. 298
Insurer to seek valuation of more than PS1bn. 354
Is a vote for Labour pointless? Views of the North. 300
Is the Stonehenge secret now solved? Scientists say they know the site's meaning. 565
Jefferson's winning duo back at Cheltenham; Saturday, March 9, 2013 THE JOURNAL journallive.co.uk Racing MOSCROP ON SATURDAY. 515
Jobs for the week. 239
Journey doesn't bother Thunder; RUGBY LEAGUE. 307
Kensington the first venue. 282
Lady Allendale to play role of host and judge. 569
Landlords get the benefit; Views of the North. 178
Lichfield's pictures under the hammer; Sale of collection by 60s celebrity photographer. 410
Little taster for Waster; Beer brewed in honour of Geordie comic. 397
Live in popular city surburb. 119
Man arrested after police find cannabis farm. 195
Man denies bid to kill ex girlfriend. 258
Man, 22, sectioned after fatal stabbing; Police appeal for witnesses to girl's death. 483
Mantel's work gets the Hollywood treatment; Novels adapted to screen. 636
MARKET UPDATE. 362
Mauricio: My Saints deserved victories. 482
Medics make the grade after exam result fiasco. 269
Mercedes IS UK''S TOP PREMIUM BRAND. 271
MITSUBISHI OUTLANDER 2.2DI-D GX4. 571
MODELS'' FIVE-STAR SAFETY. 273
Mortgage monitor; This week's best buys include... 143
Motorbike pests have their wheels taken away. 230
Music and ale mash-up for local festival; Event to showcase the best of the region's bands and beers. Concert review 385
Name the Year. 298
New awards will recognise health care staff's work. 235
New for the home. 213
New police sergeant to watch over streets. 200
New to buy. 194
new to the market. 253
No speed cut at spot where Brandon died; Narrow defeat in bid to have road reduced to 50mph. 392
North gardeners dig deep to launch national event. 688
NORTHERN ALLIANCE. 302
O'Neill not averse to the odd tipple; Sensible drinking is fine by Cats boss. 663
Oh snow! Here's another cold snap; Met Office says temperatures to plummet. 335
Opposites in the window preparing to put different philosophies to the test at Loftus Road; THE PREVIEW: Queens Park Rangers v Sunderland In the big January transfer gamble, QPR twisted, Sunderland decided to stick, writes Stuart Rayner. 1133
Paving slab firm slumps into red. 350
Pay packages laid bare at Barclays and RBS; BANKING Iain Laing? 0191 201 6429 ? iain.laing@ncjmedia.co.uk. 529
Perfect for families looking for space. 356
Perfect location for town's amenities. 124
Plan to turn old school into a hotel; Historic building 'a site with great potential'. 554
Planning all your DIY needs; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 314
Plenty of choice from developer. 258
Police gun unit flawed, says coroner; .FIREARMS LICENSING LAWS Deaths 'should have been avoided'. 1538
Pool survival bid still alive. 610
PORSCHE UNVEILS NEW 911 GT3. 265
PREMIER LEAGUE PREVIEW. 676
Prime location with idyllic views. 145
Protest over bid to build village homes. 230
PS50,000 boost for watersports at bay; Proposals for new service track and jetty. 492
PURCHASE OPENS UP INTERNET FOR AUCTIONEERS. 389
Quiz of the Day. 171
Rural escape five minutes from city. 295
SARABAND'S SELECTIONS. 189
Scott gets handed lifetime ban. 337
SCOTTISH LEAGUE THIRD DIVISION. 297
Seek a stable future. 817
Seize the chance of a sale this Easter. 663
Smart and sizeable semis on the market; From Art Deco,1930s-style properties to Dutch bungalows, there are a wealth of semi-detached homes for sale in the region. homemaker takes a look. 570
Society is profoundly unequal; Opinion. 436
Spacious home set in a sought-after location. 163
Spacious market town houses sell fast. 232
SPORT ON TV. 361
Stargazers go galactic; Astrology camp gives hope for Dark Sky status bid. 410
Start planning all your dreams early; If you're making changes to your home, you need to plan ahead, warns Peter Fall. 630
Stickability gives a crumb of comfort to scandal-hit Lib Dems; Columnist. 725
Substantial home has gardens and a paddock. 150
Suspected of fake PS20s. 135
Thanks Mum for songs and snuggles. 531
The bear necessities... Hungry brown bears await PETER THOMPSON on a train journey through Canada's Rocky Mountains. 582
TLC lands award for B&B; Couple's hard work pays off with accolade. 591
TODAY'S TEAM NEWS. 223
Town in tribute to their brave Emily; Suffragette who paid the ultimate price for equality. 560
Tributes to former Scots Guard; Soldier struggled to come to terms with life after the army. 461
Trouble on the tracks; Police bid to crack down on drunks. 529
Troubled Thomas Cook to axe 10 branches in the region; TRAVEL Coreena Ford? 0191 201 6331 ? coreena.ford@ncjmedia.co.uk. 387
TV CHOICE. 322
TV CHOICE. 344
TVs stolen from caravans in park. 302
Tynesiders confident after encouraging win; BLUE SQUARE BET PREMIER. 393
United's big week starts against the tallest team going; THE PREVIEW: Newcastle United v Stoke City. 1081
Veg are perfect for the patio; Thinking of growing veg in containers this year? The One Show gardening expert Christine Walkden offers down-to-earth advice on growing a variety of visually pleasing edibles, even in a small garden. 505
Vic tipped to keep Cool and claim win; POINT TO POINT. 548
Warburton expects a hard fight; MIXED MARTIAL ARTS. 353
WEARSIDE LEAGUE. 300
Wiggins' words not lost on Flood; Cyclist's lessons heeded. 651
Young driver insurance boost. 266

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