The Journal (Newcastle, England)

The Journal is a regional newspaper from Newcastle, England. The Journal publishes the latest business, sports, and politics news.

Articles from February 21, 2004

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Albany Northern League
Byline: By Malcolm Pratt Durham City's injury crisis is so great ahead of today's game at Billingham Town that manager Billy Cruddas has ordered his entire 21-man squad to report 30 minutes earlier than normal. "I've never known a season like...
Andrew Is Weighing Up a Borders Raid
Rob Andrew was at last night's Celtic League clash at Netherdale which the Borders won against a vastly-understrengh Edinburgh. The Newcastle manager was believed to be checking on the Borders Samoan pair Tanner Vili and Semo Sititi, but Edinburgh's...
Angling: No Big Fish in Small Pool
Byline: By Alan Charlton The Hartlepool area may be having the best of catches again but there are certainly no big fish around and the numbers taken have drastically dropped. A little bit of sea did bring a few around 6 to 7lb on to local marks...
Bad Luck Bars Way to Pool Victory
Byline: By Jack Pickering This was two points dropped for Hartlepool rather than one gained after a one-sided game. New full-back Hugh Robertson deserved better from his home debut after hitting the bar twice before scoring Pool's goal. They...
Barn Conversion Is a Beautiful Home
The lure of sunny Spain has prompted Irene and Iain Gray to uproot from their beautiful barn conversion in Tantobie, near Stanley, County Durham. The couple bought the former granary, also shown on the front page of Homemaker, two years ago, but...
Beat the Bookie
Byline: By Neil Harnett A selective look at the sports bets on offer this weekend: After a busy week of international football, the Premiership gets back into full swing today and there is a host of interesting punting opportunities. First...
Beware the Easy Makeover
Byline: By Peter Fall An interesting report came out earlier this week saying that the number of accidents in the home has substantially increased over the past five years. The reason was blamed on the booming DIY market and TV makeover programmes....
Blair Picks Up Bill for Bush
Byline: By Rhodri Philllips Police chiefs were celebrating last night after the Home Office finally confirmed it would foot the lion's share of the bill for President George W Bush's visit to the North-East last year. A huge security operation...
Boro Focused on Derby Encounter
Byline: By Jack Pickering Steve McClaren is confident his players' minds will be fully focused on restoring local pride against Newcastle at St James's Park rather than next Sunday's Carling Cup final. Middlesbrough lost 1-0 at home to the Magpies...
Breen Is the Man to Tame Earnshaw
Byline: By Paul Gilder Mick McCarthy last night insisted that Sunderland are sufficiently solid to survive their encounter with Welsh football's man-of-the-moment after earmarking Gary Breen as the defender to finally tame Robert Earnshaw. The...
Breen to Tame Earnshaw
Byline: By Paul Gilder Mick McCarthy last night insisted that Sunderland are sufficiently solid to survive their encounter with Welsh football's man-of-the-moment after earmarking Gary Breen as the defender to finally tame Robert Earnshaw. The...
Brisk Trade at Town Centre Inn
A town centre inn, in the heart of Barnard Castle in County Durham, has come onto the market. The Old Well Inn is a stone-built three-storey property situated on The Bank. It has 10 letting bedrooms and three dining areas plus a good-sized catering...
Call to Honour Hero
Byline: By Dave Black A campaign has been launched to officially honour the memory of a First World War hero in the North-East town where he was born. Sgt Hugh Cairns - whose whole family moved from Ashington, Northumberland, to Canada when he...
Camping Feels Draught as Sun Seekers Take Soft Option
Have the British gone too soft for camping holidays in Europe - or have operators boobed by flooding the market with too much choice? These are key questions in the trade as camping bookings for summer 2004 fall badly short of targets. According...
Charlotte Inherits Her Fortune
Byline: By Jennifer Sym As the clock struck midnight last night, singing sensation Charlotte Church could start unwrapping her 18th birthday presents - and take control of her millions. The average teenager could look forward to a tankard or...
Chic, Stylish Interiors and Contemporary Ambience
Set in a private, parkland setting on the outskirts of Darlington lies Miller Homes' development at Faverdale Hall. Here the recently-opened Almond showhome has just been released for sale. When it came to choosing an interior designer to create...
Choose from Flats to Family Townhouses
From fashionable apartments to family townhouses, there is a wealth of choice for those with a budget of pounds 175,000. Homemaker offers some ideas. Apartments in Darlington FOR a little under, at pounds 173,500, you could be living in the lap...
Clouds Lift from Stadium of Light
Byline: By Paul Gilder The anguish which has clouded Bob Murray's countenance for 16 traumatic months hasn't vanished completely - but, as he strides into the Stadium of Light's James Herriott Suite, a palpable burden appears to have been lifted...
Coarse Angling
Byline: By David Hall The milder temperatures have been encouraging anglers out in numbers and sport has been good throughout the region. Quality grayling over the pound mark have been coming off the Ferryhill AC run stretch of the Tees at Middleton...
Despite the Weather, We've Made It to a Second Level
Byline: By Andrew Bottomley The weather has not been kind. But despite the snow, ice, wind and rain things have been progressing well at East Lodge. You may recall that the house, nestling in the Tyne Valley, was originally all on one level,...
De Vere Does Well in `Variable' Environment
Hotels group De Vere described its trading environment as "variable" yesterday as it continues to await a sustained pick-up in demand from the conference sector. All of the group's brands are trading positively, with a strong performance in the...
De Vere Does Well in 'Variable' Environment
Hotels group De Vere described its trading environment as "variable" yesterday as it continues to await a sustained pick-up in demand from the conference sector. All of the group's brands are trading positively, with a strong performance in the...
Discover Your Dream Kitchen Combination
At Pearl Kitchens & Bedrooms you'll find a wide selection of custom-built products at extremely competitive prices. The showroom, on the Bell Close Industrial Estate, Newcastle, offers thousands of combinations of door styles, colours and finishes...
Does Blair Really Want Power for the People?
Byline: By Paul Linford Last week I looked ahead to the grim prospect of a general election battle between a Government that appears to have lost the public's trust and a Tory opposition that does not appear to have gained it. I speculated the outcome...
Don't Give Up on Shady Spots
A shady garden doesn't have to be second best. Dill Lishman finds some plants to help your garden bloom. IF all our gardens were directly south-facing, sheltered from strong winds and furnished with a perfectly conditioned soil, what a bore gardening...
Doreen Can Continue Flying Start at Kelso
Byline: By Peter Burdon The Northern Area season continues tomorrow with the Berwickshire fixture at Kelso which has 104 entries on a seven-race card starting at 12.30pm. Doreen Calder was overcome with emotion after watching her eight-year-old...
Doubt over MMR `Risk'
Byline: By Tim Moynihan The scientist who sounded the first warnings about the link between autism and the MMR vaccine was last night at the centre of a controversy about whether his work was ethical. Dr Andrew Wakefield and colleagues from the...
Doubt over MMR 'Risk'
Byline: By Tim Moynihan The scientist who sounded the first warnings about the link between autism and the MMR vaccine was last night at the centre of a controversy about whether his work was ethical. Dr Andrew Wakefield and colleagues from the...
Dressage Success
Byline: By Neil B Jones Bhs Northumberland chairperson Hilary McKenna says the two-part Jane Bartle-Wilson Dressage Clinic at Swarland Equestrian Centre and the Titlington Demystifying Dressage Demonstration at Titlington were both a resounding...
Dyer's Mission
Byline: By Miles Starforth Kieron Dyer is under orders to take today's Tyne-Tees derby by the scruff of the neck and end the goalscoring drought seriously damaging his dream of a permanent position up front. Newcastle's England midfielder has...
Every Home Has the Kitchen at Its Heart
From preparing family meals to entertaining guests, one of the most important rooms in your home is the kitchen. Builders are well aware that the size, layout and design of a kitchen often sells a house, and with a range of options available for...
Extra Trial Site Gives Improved Crop Advice
United Agriproducts (UAP) has expanded its integrated agronomy trials network with the addition of a new research site at Cockle Park, Newcastle. In total, the agrochemical advice and supply business now has five national trial sites carrying out...
Feast for the Senses in Idyllic Tuscany
Byline: By Barbara Hodgson After what can only be described as a hair-raising drive from the airport - in persistent rain and high-speed traffic - we finally arrived at our villa in the heart of Italy's Chianti country. The silence which greeted...
Feast on Fresh, Home-Grown Food
There are a wealth of farm shops and stores around the region which offer fresh, home-grown produce. From fruit and vegetables to cakes and meat, there's a huge selection of fresh and organic foods to choose from. Moorhouse Farm Shop and Coffee...
Film Clips
Byline: By David Whetstone School Of Rock (PG) Sacked rock musician Dewey Finn (comedian Jack Black) poses as a teacher to settle his debts and then turns his pupils into a band in the guise of a school project. It's Dead Poets' Society with electric...
Forsythia Can Bring a Burst of Sun in the Bleak Winter
Byline: By Peter Surridge Forsythia, above all other deciduous shrubs, brightens Britain's gardens in late winter. Its prominence is due to a number of factors: it is hardy, easy to grow, long-lived, smothers itself in yellow flowers and makes...
Gardeners' Diary
Byline: By Peter Surridge Keep in touch with North-East gardening and floral events through this column every Saturday. * Tuesday, February 24. St Nicholas Flower Fellowship, practical, Posy in Mini-decor Oasis, led by A Scholes, Newcastle...
Get That First Foot on the Ladder
Judging is now under way in the 21st Century Living Awards. In the first of 10 categories in The Journal/Evening Gazette 21st Century Living Awards 2004, Homemaker features a random selection of the many entries for Best Starter Home. As house...
Ginger Snaps
Apologies to those readers whose nominations for the Ginger Snaps Awards 2003 were picked out of the hat - I still haven't gone to the shop to buy your prizes. But in better news, I have secured a venue for the 2004 awards and am looking forward...
Go-Ahead Drives Profits Up 43pc in Six Months
Byline: By Graeme King Train and bus group Go-Ahead has driven profits up by 43pc in the past six months as the Tyneside company expands services in the South-East. The Newcastle-based business runs bus and rail franchises across the country,...
Go-Ahead Profits Up
Byline: By Graeme King Train and bus group Go-Ahead has driven profits up by 43pc in the past six months as the Tyneside company expands services in the South-East. The Newcastle-based business runs bus and rail franchises across the country,...
Guest's Aintree Weather Waiting Game
Byline: By Doug Moscrop The mobile phone was working overtime in Richard Guest's office as he complained bitterly to a Jockey Club handicapper about the treatment to one of his jumpers. He was angry and had to get it off his chest - not the first...
Gypsy Blood Helps Tara Cope on Tour
Byline: By David Whetstone Most people will know Tara Fitzgerald as a gorgeous film actress, the star of Brassed Off, Sirens and, most recently, I Capture The Castle, the faithful adaptation of Dodie Smith's popular novel. Expect a tidal wave...
Hartlepool United 1, Blackpool 1
Byline: By Jack Pickering This was two points dropped for Hartlepool rather than one gained after a one-sided game. New full-back Hugh Robertson deserved better from his home debut after hitting the bar twice before scoring Pool's goal. They...
High Rise Victory
Byline: By William Hayler Barry Geraghty arrived in the nick of time to land a gamble on Bold Bishop at Sandown Park yesterday. Problems with flights out of Dublin meant the Irish jockey arrived at the course with only minutes to spare before...
Homes Break Records throughout the Region
Property price changes recorded around the region were as follows: THE housing market in Cumbria experienced strong growth this quarter, with increases of between 4.4pc and 5pc recorded in five out of six housing types. Four-bedroom detached houses...
Ice Hockey Preview
Byline: By Harry Black Newcastle M&M City News Vipers host Bracknell Bees at Newcastle Arena tonight (face-off 6.30) in a game which brings a close to the Tynesiders' regular season home fixtures. It will be Newcastle's third Findus British...
Importance of Looking after the Land
Byline: By Carl Hudspith I have to wonder why the image of farmers is so often depicted unfavourably by the media at times. By their nature, farmers are not always the best communicators. After all, a lot of them do have to work on their own...
In Blue Corner, House Doctors Fight It Out
An interior designer is locked in a legal battle with an American TV presenter over the rights to the name of a popular property show. House Doctor is the name of the Channel Five makeover show hosted by Californian design guru Ann Maurice. But...
Increase in Stewardship Payments to Farmers
Farmers and other land managers in the North-East will benefit from significantly increased grants under the Countryside Stewardship (CS) and Environmentally Sensitive Areas (ESA) Schemes, Agri-Environment Minister Elliot Morley said. Following...
Inheritance Tax Is Not Just for the Rich
Byline: By Alok Dhanda With the mention of inheritance tax (IHT), most people simply dismiss the possibility that their estate could ever be liable, assuming it is paid only by the rich. It is a common misconception. Currently IHT is levied on...
Intersky Falcon for Wincanton Win - O'Neill
Byline: By Keith Hamer Jonjo O'Neill believes Intersky Falcon will be hard to beat in the pounds 60,000 Axminster Kingwell Hurdle at Wincanton today. The seven-year-old, among a field of eight for the two-mile contest, is 9-2 second favourite...
Invest in a Place Where You Can Be Yourself
A cheerful bathroom could be just the cure for those winter blues. Retreat into your own haven, lock the door and step into a sweet-smelling bubble filled bath. Your bathroom is a place to relax, revitalise and relieve the stresses and strains....
It Never Dribbles but It Pours as I Drink It All In
When it comes to beer stories, it never dribbles but it pours. Some weeks you're staring into your glass for inspiration and others - like this one - with Tyne Brewery and Newcastle Brown headlines everywhere, you're begging for more space. Rumours...
It's All Change as Town Is Set to Get New Community
Major changes are on the way for parts of Darlington in County Durham. West Park, a joint development with Bellway and Darlington-based company Bussey & Armstrong, will eventually give the town a whole community on its outskirts beside the A68,...
It's Clear That Glass Can Bring a Touch of Class
Byline: By Andrew Durham There was a time when possibly the only glass item in the home was a vase for the occasional bunch of flowers or an ashtray. Recently however we have seen a complete re-emergence of this simple and stylish material. One...
It's Trendy to Live off Fat of the Land
Byline: By Alison Dargie As a region we're getting fatter by the day, we don't exercise enough and we're the worst in the country at eating our greens. And yesterday new figures showed we spend more on cigarettes and alcohol each week than we...
Joy of Giving Mary a Solid Start to Life
Byline: By Joanna Peart The Clappertons admit they knew nothing about Down's syndrome when they made the decision to foster a baby girl with the defect 24-years-ago. But despite already having three young children of their own, Tom and Sheila...
LG Philips Workers Threaten Pay Strike
By Iain Laing Journal User WORKERS at a television factory which axed 120 jobs last year are threatening to strike over pay. Staff at the LG Philips plant in Durham are angry at a 1.75pc pay offer and yesterday balloted to take industrial...
Lisa Sets off to Do Her Duty in Iraq
Byline: By Beverley Addy A high-flying young businesswoman is leaving her fledgling company behind to serve with the Territorial Army training Iraq's new police force. Solicitor Lisa Lovell, 28, from South Shields, has just launched a new firm,...
MP Upset as Finance Row Gets Personal
Byline: By Dave Black The row over Northumberland County Council's finances has taken a bitter personal turn. Blyth Valley Labour MP Ronnie Campbell has been raising questions over Northumberland County Council' finances and whether it had cut...
`My Husband Sacked Me When Our Marriage Went Wrong. Now He Has Left Me Penniless'
A wealthy businessman has been ordered to pay pounds 55,000 compensation to the wife he fired when their marriage went sour. Derek Mair, 43, employed wife Susan, 35, as a pounds 20,000-a-year company secretary at his successful travel company. ...
No Campaign
Byline: By Neil Herron, Director, North-east Against A Regional Assembly Set up from the loose coalition of individuals who exposed the misuse of public money by the unelected assembly, the North-East No Campaign is now a formalised, registered...
Northern Alliance
Byline: By Bill Gardner Team Northumbria became the first side to book a semi-final spot in the Longhorn Hardware League Cup in midweek by beating their fellow students from Newcastle University at Bullocksteads. The Northumbrians were 2-0 victors...
Oster Aim Is Premier Class with Black Cats
John Oster last night admitted that he fully expects to still be a Sunderland player next season and revealed his determination to prove to Wearside fans that he can make the grade as a Premiership performer. The Welsh international is one of 15...
Our Kate's Story Is Inspiration
Byline: By Tony Henderson Celebrated writer Catherine Cookson's life spanned the 20th Century. And her story is the centrepiece of a new gallery which explores what life was like in South Tyneside over the last 100 years. The Tales of South...
Outrage at Killer's Ban Appeal
Byline: By Rhodri Phillips There was outrage last night as it emerged a drink-driver who killed a 12-year-old girl in a 100mph smash had begun a court appeal to be allowed back on the roads. Robert Greaves was jailed for six years in December...
Passion for Low Rise Living Is Alive and Well
The British love affair with the bungalow is very much alive and well, according to North-East estate agents, who say buyers can't get enough of them. And it's not just retired downsizers who favour one-storey living. The bungalow is also popular...
Perlos to Axe 33 Staff
Byline: By Iain Laing Plastics company Perlos plans to axe 33 staff at its North-East plant after its telecoms business crashed. The Finnish firm's managing director yesterday told the 188 staff at its Houghton-le-Spring factory tool moulding...
Perlos to Axe 33 Staff as Telecoms Work Dries Up
Byline: By Iain Laing Plastics company Perlos plans to axe 33 staff at its North-East plant after its telecoms business crashed. The Finnish firm's managing director yesterday told the 188 staff at its Houghton-le-Spring factory tool moulding...
Photos Case GP Struck Off
Byline: By Amanda Crook A family doctor found guilty of making indecent images of young girls as they used his toilet has been struck off the medical register. Dr Peter Finklestone, 40, was convicted in August by Newcastle magistrates of nine...
Pipe to Break His Tyneside Hoodoo
Byline: By Doug Moscrop Champion jumps trainer Martin Pipe is no stranger to Flat winners at Newcastle, having twice won the Northumberland Plate with Tamapour and Far Cry, but he has found jumping success on Tyneside eluding him. However, he...
Plea for Thunder Fans to Hang On
Byline: By Jeff Bowron Gateshead president Bill Midgley has appealed to the club's supporters to stick by the reformed Tynesiders ahead of tomorrow's Arriva Trains Cup-tie at home to Whitehaven. Thunder have failed to add to their meagre seven competitive...
Pounds 10 Claim Ends Up an Pounds 8.5m Jackpot
Byline: By Daniel Cochlin Lottery fever is sweeping the region amid rumours a North Shields man scooped an pounds 8.5m jackpot. It is understood a man in his 30s took his lucky dip ticket into Morrison's supermarket, Preston North Road, Tynemouth,...
Prices Still Show Record Rises
Byline: By Francesca Craggs House prices in the North-East and Cumbria continue to score record quarterly increases, according to the latest Journal Homemaker/Northern Rock House Price Survey. After a record 4.95pc increase in the previous quarter,...
Quality Designs and Versatility at Great Park
True executive style is available with the five-bedroomed Nunnington house style. The imposing three-storey property, including study and office, has been developed by Charles Church. The company's founder, Charles Church, had a vision of the...
Rail Bosses Want Trolleys Back in Use
Byline: By Alan Jones Rail workers were last night urged not to use trailers similar to the one involved in the accident which killed four maintenance staff despite an announcement by Network Rail that the vehicles are to be reintroduced on to the...
Ranieri: We Must Get It Together
Byline: By Bill Pierce Claudio Ranieri has ordered his expensive Chelsea stars to start acting like a team if they want to destroy their Arsenal jinx. Chelsea's FA Cup defeat at Highbury on Sunday was the 10th time Ranieri's team had failed to...
Regional Assembly - No Campaign
Byline: By Neil Herron, Director, North-east Against A Regional Assembly Set up from the loose coalition of individuals who exposed the misuse of public money by the unelected assembly, the North-East No Campaign is now a formalised, registered...
Regional Assembly - Yes Campaign
Byline: By Ross Forbes, Campaign Director, Yes4thenortheast Yes4thenortheast made a flying start to 2004 - the Year of the Great North Vote. Key business leaders and celebrities have added their names to the growing list of people backing the...
Robson: Clash Warrants Top Slot
Byline: By Miles Starforth Sir Bobby Robson has prepared his Newcastle side for a full-blown North-East derby after insisting today's clash against Middlesbrough deserves top billing. United's manager is baffled by those who insist Tyne-Tees...
Rural Appeal with Modern Amenities
For those who enjoy the delights of the countryside but also want the benefits of modern amenities, there are many rural new-build developments across the region. Nedderton, Northumberland YUILL Homes' South Farm development in the village of...
Scheme to Encourage Young to Farm in Hills
Byline: By Jennifer Mackenzie An innovative scheme to encourage young people to farm in the Cumbrian hills is attracting countrywide interest. The Fell Farming Traineeships were born after huge concerns during foot-and- mouth about the survival...
Scots Have Nothing to Lose
Byline: By Andrew Baldock England coach Sir Clive Woodward believes Scotland will have "absolutely everything to gain and nothing to lose" in today's Calcutta Cup clash at Murrayfield. Woodward's world champions are overwhelming favourites to...
Scots Have Nothing to Lose - All to Gain
Byline: By Andrew Baldock England coach Sir Clive Woodward believes Scotland will have "absolutely everything to gain and nothing to lose" in today's Calcutta Cup clash at Murrayfield. Woodward's world champions are overwhelming favourites to...
Second Killing Man Is Jailed
Byline: By James Thomson A convicted wife killer went on to murder a teenage prostitute months after doctors discharged him from the secure unit where he was being held. George Leigers stabbed 19-year-old Sarah Jane Coughlan to death with a bayonet...
Show Stoppers Are Set to Hit the Stage
Byline: By Sam Wonfor Whether you like your entertainment in the form of song, dance or slam dunks, St Oswald's are promising to provide something for everyone during an evening of fundraising next month. Performers spanning a four to 40 age...
Shuttleworth Leaps in for Tyne's First Salmon
The first salmon of the season is reported from the Tyne with a 15lb 8oz springer for Ian Shuttleworth. Ian, from Stanhope, Weardale, hooked the fish on the Bywell Syndicate beat and returned it safely to the water under mandatory catch-and-release...
Sideboards Take Centre Stage
Byline: By Gabrielle Fagan Sideboards always were a great invention - the perfect place to put everything that didn't fit anywhere else. After all where else can you put your wireless, 30 piece-dinner set, collection of alcoholic beverages or...
Singer's Birthday Is One in Her Millions
Byline: By Jennifer Sym As the clock struck midnight last night, singing sensation Charlotte Church could start unwrapping her 18th birthday presents - and take control of her millions. The average teenager could look forward to a tankard or...
So Easy to Fall Prey to Evil Web
Byline: By Avril Deane Frightening tales of abuse and "grooming" continue to surface in spite of countless warnings, tough television campaigns, major news stories, court cases, runaway children, paedophiles and police pledges to hunt down the perpetrators...
Sport Shorts
Tennis: Tim Henman extended his unbeaten record against Roger Federer when he knocked the world No 1 out of the ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament in Rotterdam last night. Despite a brief rally from the tournament's top seed Henman dug in to record another...
Stan Has Plans for a Special Island Garden
Byline: By Tony Henderson Visitors to last year's Chelsea Flower Show sang the praises of a garden devoted to the Lindisfarne Gospels. The reaction persuaded its creator Stan Timmins to try to ensure that the end of the show would not mean the...
Stepping out in the Capital
Byline: By Sam Wonfor A troupe of performers comprising the cream of the North-East's young dancing talent will be gracing the stage at London's Covent Garden tonight. The occasion is the Northern Youth Dance Company's first visit to the capital...
Sweet, Creamy Br"lee - and Blow the Diet
Restaurant kitchens can be dangerous places. That might seem obvious - amazingly sharp knives, searingly hot substances and surfaces and the pressure cooker atmosphere of a busy kitchen. It's the less obvious dangers that provide us with unexpected...
Taking the Mickey out of Disaster
Byline: By Kevin Schofield A sculpture which features Mickey Mouse flying an aeroplane into the Twin Towers was unveiled yesterday. The work will form part of the Royal Scottish Academy Student Exhibition in Edinburgh, which opens today. Another...
The French Make Their Connection
Byline: By Miles Starforth As sparring schoolboys determined to escape the Parisian poverty trap, Olivier Bernard and Franck Queudrue often dreamed of a life driven by professional sport. Among the most popular and talented players at the Moissy-Cramayel...
There's No Big Fish in the Small Pool
Byline: By Alan Charlton The Hartlepool area may be having the best of catches again but there are certainly no big fish around and the numbers taken have drastically dropped. A little bit of sea did bring a few around 6 to 7lb on to local marks...
Time to Make Law Tougher
Time to make law tougher - Had Carly Nelson lived she would still be little more than a child. She was just 12 when another driver, Robert Greaves, hit the back of her father's car at such speed that it was flung onto its roof. Carly was killed as...
TJ Gives Eagles a Boost
Tj walker's triumphant return from injury sparked a first Eagles win in five as the American playmaker once again proved his worth in a black and white shirt. Newcastle's all-star guard dished up an incredible 13 assists and hauled down seven rebounds...
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