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 January 29, 2005

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A Cleansing Detox Can Put Zing Back in Your Home
Byline: By Karen Staniforth So the diet is in progress and you're back to the gym. Anything missing? Does your house feel good or does it need a detox too? Just think what it's been through. You may have done all the catering and hosting but...
`A Club This Size Should Be in the Top Four'
Byline: By Simon Rushworth Like a homing pigeon settled on a familiar perch, Terry McDermott surveyed the sea of familiar faces and cooed with delight at his outrageous fortune. Few individuals are ever afforded one chance to work at St James's...
A Cosy Refuge from the Daily Grind's Pressures
Bathrooms are no longer just regarded as a functional space. Increasingly they are becoming an interior design statement in their own right and a place to relax at the end of a hard day. The demands of modern family life have prompted builders to...
Adams Issues Quality Challenge
Byline: By Andy Tilley Straight-talking manager Micky Adams has issued a stark warning to the Coventry dressing room ahead of the Sky Blues' FA Cup fourth-round clash with Newcastle at St James's Park. While Magpies boss Graeme Souness was grappling...
After the Storm Is the Cleaning Up
Byline: By Rodney Higgins The early hours of Saturday morning, January 8, 2005, is a date the residents of Station Road and The Stanners of Corbridge in Northumberland will not forget in a hurry. The Tyne had reached record levels due to unprecedented...
Albany Northern League
Byline: By Malcolm Pratt Newcastle Benfield Saints, just a point ahead of Dunston Federation, meet sixth-from-bottom Brandon United still without injury victims Craig Melrose and Lee Errington. In addition, Gary Donaldson has moved to Hebburn...
All at Sea over Cruise Control Ban
Byline: By Steve Hughes The use of one of the most common driving aids on modern cars could be in jeopardy following the first ban on European roads. Drivers travelling to Belgium are warned by roadside signs that the use of cruise control is...
A Rustic Farmhouse or a City Pad ( the Choice Is All Yours
With a generous budget of pounds 400,000, there are plenty of luxurious executive homes to choose from including unique conversions and ready to move into showhomes ( it's up to you. Barrasford, Tyne Valley Anvil Homes is offering for sale the...
Attack on Woman Was Horrific: Judge
Byline: By Hilary Clixby A man was jailed for five years yesterday for a "horrific" attack on his partner. Winston Dodds, 32, slashed Jacqueline Bell with a knife, punched her repeatedly in the face, dragged her downstairs by her ankles and tried...
A Vision of 2030
Byline: By Ross Smith The North-East is doomed to face another 25 years of industrial and social decline, a shattering new forecast says. It is predicted the North-South economic gap will widen, population in this region will shrink and the body...
BAE Tracks Down Radar Maker
Defence group BAE Systems has taken control of a UK venture making military radars through agreements netting it pounds 633m. BAE, which employs more than 750 people in the North-East, will acquire the remaining 50pc stake in the AMS venture in...
Battling Harrison Clings to His Dream
Bloodied Scott Harrison clung onto his "super fight" dream and his WBO featherweight world title after a controversial points draw with Colombian challenger Victor Polo in front of an improved but shellshocked Braehead Arena crowd. The Cambuslang...
Beat the Bookie
Byline: By Neil Harnett A selective look at the sports bets on offer this weekend: Promotion-chasing Sunderland will look to claim another Premiership scalp as they travel to Everton today, following their defeat of Crystal Palace in the third...
Bees and Chiskets
I love the clever use of words and have much admiration for those who are educated and intelligent enough to be able to impress us with their manipulation and use. Conversation and our ability to communicate is one of the things that sets us apart...
Benefits of Company Car Opt-Outs
More than a third of all company car drivers are stuck in the slow-lane when it comes to understanding the benefits of opting out of their company-provided vehicles. This is according to BMW dealer Blue Bell whose research reveals that 37pc of drivers...
Bridegroom Was Kicked like Football
A teenager who attacked and partially blinded a bridegroom on his wedding day was jailed for two years yesterday. Labourer Anthony Fulthorpe was among family and friends celebrating Trevor McDonald and Kerry O'Rourke's big day with a reception at...
`But WE Thought of Plans First!'
Byline: By Ross Smith Squabbling councillors will cross swords next week as they argue over who came up with pounds 1bn regeneration plans first. Labour last night said that if the Liberal Democrats were a business, they would sue them for stealing...
Bygone Opulence Enhanced by Young Designer Couple
It's rare to find a historic property with as many original features as Brackendene House West. The four-bedroom property is home to Emma Pinwell, Martyn Price and their year-old daughter Eva and the couple have spent six years restoring the Grade...
Carroll Looks like Being Right in Line to Replace Howard
Sir Alex Ferguson has once again backed under-fire Tim Howard over the goal that cost Manchester United a place in the Carling Cup Final. But his soothing words may not be enough to earn the American an FA Cup starting slot against Middlesbrough....
Case for the North Demands an Answer
Byline: By Paul Linford It is now more than five years ago that this newspaper launched its Case for the North campaign to win a better deal for this region. At times, some people have perhaps been unclear as to exactly what the campaign has...
`Catch-22' on Homes Plan
Byline: By Robert Brooks Affordable housing proposals for another Northumberland village have fallen foul of planners, despite a pledge by the local council to encourage more low-cost homes to be built. Powburn is the second place in Alnwick...
Cats Star Stephen in Midst of Family Feud
Byline: By Paul Gilder Stephen Wright will return to Merseyside this afternoon to face a torrent of abuse ( with the Sunderland defender's own family expected to be amongst the chief culprits. The Black Cats will face Everton in an FA Cup fourth-round...
Charity March by `Roman Soldiers'
Five friends who opted to take on the trail for charity decided to slip into something suitable for the trek. They took advice from staff at Arbeia Roman fort in South Shields and dressed as Third Century auxiliary soldiers complete with shields...
Charlotte's Parents in Vow to Fight On
Byline: By Stephen Howard The parents of premature baby Charlotte Wyatt vowed to fight on yesterday after a High Court judge refused to suspend his order allowing doctors not to resuscitate the desperately-ill child if she stops breathing. But...
City Living Draws People in from the Suburbs
As the pace of working life increases and traffic delays become worse, the appeal of town and city living is drawing many people back from the suburbs. The North- East has its fair share of historic and picturesque towns, which are equally as popular...
Couple Retrace the Roads to Their War
Byline: By Neil Mckay A husband and wife who both served in the Second World War are returning to the battlefields of Europe, thanks to lottery cash to help veterans revisit the overseas fronts where they fought to secure peace. Last year, John...
Decision to Close Ellington Colliery Made Too Quickly
I am amazed at the rapidity of the decision to close Eillington Colliery. The quantity of water to be pumped per hour does not seem to be too high. Was the Channel Tunnel watertight throughout its build ? Ellington Pit was stated to have reserves...
Environmentally Friendly and Cosy Homes
Genuine regard for the environment is a concern for many builders, aware that their homes will be a testament to their business's concerns for years to come. Grainger Trust Plc has taken another significant step with its regeneration of Northumberland's...
Exit Right, Says Alan
Byline: By David Whetstone The man credited with turning an ailing North-East theatre company into one of the most popular in Britain has announced his surprise departure. Alan Lyddiard made his decision known on Thursday to the board of Newcastle-based...
Ex-MI5 Man Will Stand against Blair
Tony Blair is set to face a challenge from cast-out spy David Shayler at the forthcoming General Election. Mr Shayler, who was jailed for breaking the Official Secrets Act, hopes to see his story hit the bookshops in the run-up to polling day. ...
Ginger Snaps
If there are any Newcastle United fans out there who need a source of comfort this week, they can at least take solace from the fact that their ground hasn't been named after a popular chocolate biscuit. Such is the fate of the long-suffering fans...
Glory Hopes Are Pressuring Moyes to Recruit
Everton coach Alan Irvine wants his Goodison Park players to use the FA Cup as a springboard to greater glory while his boss David Moyes battles to find the new recruits to improve that possibility. The Toffees, fourth in the Barclays Premiership,...
Grainger Expanding Its Homes Portfolio
Byline: By Guy Anderson Landlord and developer Grainger Trust has continued a move towards residential properties with the acquisition of a pounds 16.1m portfolio. The deal will give the Newcastle-based group 195 properties, taking its total...
Gran Pottering On
Byline: By Kevin Donald A cannabis cooking circle established by a grey-haired grandmother is still serving up marijuana meals despite its founder facing jail. Defiant granny Patricia Tabram has vowed to keep on cooking up the drug ( using her...
Help for the Housebound
South Tyneside Primary Care Trust has launched a scheme to help housebound people get the healthcare they need. Patients who are unable to get to their GP practice will be visited by staff from the PCT's housebound project. The pilot project...
Hors D'oeuvre Time for Beef or Salmon
Byline: By Nick Grant Beef Or Salmon put in the performance he had always threatened the last time we saw him and all eyes will be on Leopardstown on Sunday for his Cheltenham `prep' in the Hennessy Cognac Gold Cup. Long touted as the main threat...
Housebuilders Show off Their Latest Releases
Don't miss out on your dream home. Homemaker has all the details on the latest new developments being released across the region. Kenton Bar, Newcastle George Wimpey North is releasing for sale Phase 1 of its Central Grange development today....
Howard's Way Sails Away from North
Byline: By Paul Linford For most of the past 40 years, there was a consensus across the British political spectrum that to raise the issue of immigration in any form would merely give succour to extremists. It all went back to the days of Enoch...
Ikea Is Driven to Seek Small Stores
Furniture chain Ikea is considering scaling down future stores in an effort to sidestep planning problems and increase the number of shops in the UK. The Swedish company, renowned for huge superstores and flat-pack furniture, has been hampered from...
I'm One Step Away from My Dream Says Hewitt
Australia's Lleyton Hewitt yesterday fulfilled part of a dream by beating Andy Roddick to reach his first Australian Open final in Melbourne. Hewitt recovered from a set down to beat the second seed 3-6 7-6 7-6 6-1 and will face Russia's Marat Safin...
Injured Noon Should Be Clear for England
Byline: By Alan Hedley Rob Andrew believes Jamie Noon will be fit to make his England Six Nations Championship debut after the Falcons centre limped out of last night's defeat at Vicarage Road. Noon is expected to be named on Monday in the England...
In My View
Byline: By Mabel McCoy The word poverty appears more and more frequently as a "reason" for modern social behaviour. Consider my life: I was born in 1922, in an Edwardian terrace with a living kitchen, slop stone and cold tap. There was a range...
In Seventh Heaven with BMW's Luxury Saloon
Byline: By Steve Hughes No mid-life crisis for BMW's 7-Series luxury saloon, but a mid-life makeover this spring nonetheless. Despite criticisms of its radical styling and controversial iDrive central control system the current car has become the...
Judges with Wide Experience of Property
An increasing number of entries into the 21st Century Living Awards has put an extra workload on our judges. This year we welcome new judges to the panel, bringing their individual expertise to the panel. Over the past two weeks, Homemaker has introduced...
Just Bring on Those Jobs
Byline: By Tony Henderson A shortage of suitable office space has cost South Tyneside about 300 jobs in the last 18 months. Rick O'Farrell, head of economic development at South Tyneside Council, said two potential incoming companies had been...
Justice for Carol after 28 Years
Byline: By Pat Hurst A retired teacher was last night starting a life sentence for killing his wife almost three decades ago, bringing to an end one of Britain's most notorious unsolved murder mysteries. Gordon Park bludgeoned his wife Carol,...
Karelian Back to Lift Punters
Byline: By Doug Moscrop Many punters were left counting the cost after the odds-on Karelian was beaten on his hurdling bow at Kelso a fortnight ago. But it wasn't the end of the world by any means as far as trainer Kevin Ryan was concerned. "People...
Kilroy Charges
A man has been charged in connection with an attack on former TV host Robert Kilroy-Silk in which the politician was covered in slurry, police said yesterday. David McGrath, 37, of Altrincham Road in Wilmslow, Manchester, was charged with three...
Know What You Want ( and Don't Want
Byline: By Lyn Cole The Journal Matching prospective buyers with suitable properties is a great skill. In this time-poor world, people don't have time to waste viewing houses and apartments which clearly aren't the type of property they're looking...
Lamenting a Truly Endangered Species
Byline: By Alastair Gilmour Spot what's missing from the following: The sports bar, the wine bar, the fashion bar, the concept bar, the theme bar, the destination bar, the circuit bar. It's a confusing list and somewhat depressing for pub traditionalists,...
League Will Toe Line on Transfers
Byline: By John Skilbeck The Football League have accepted defeat in their efforts to stop Fifa enforcing their transfer window restrictions across the board. They will join Premiership clubs in operating under the constraints from this summer...
Learning to Make Friends
Schoolchildren in Northumberland are breaking new ground in solving children's problems. Youngsters have trained to be peer educators or mentors ( supportive friends who can help other pupils find the specialist help they might need to deal with...
Lexus Ups the Ante to Offer Extra Good Value
Byline: By Steve Hughes Luxury car maker Lexus has given its small executive IS200 saloon some additional equipment to face the challenge posed by its newer rivals. The company says that gadget-hungry drivers in the UK will get more than pounds...
Life's Getting Better in Iraq, Says MP
Byline: By Zoe Hughes Tomorrow will mark a turning point in modern history as millions of Iraqi citizens head to the polls, many for the first time in their lives. Whether you opposed or supported the war and Britain's involvement, it is a day...
Lives Risked by Brakes Neglect
Byline: By Steve Hughes Many motorists are unwittingly driving with faulty brakes as they rely on having them checked only once a year. This is one of the findings of a survey carried out by Green Flag Motoring Assistance and road safety charity...
Luxury Apartment Enjoys an Absolutely Fabulous Sea View
It would be difficult to improve on the fantastic views from George Wimpey North's Bay Court apartment in Seaburn. Plot 16 is a two-bedroom luxury apartment priced at pounds 239,995. The stunning property, which is on the first floor with a panoramic...
Machete Robbery
A machete-wielding robber escaped with a large quantity of cash after threatening a security guard at a cash-and-carry in Team Valley, Gateshead, yesterday (FRI). The man, described as white, 5ft 8ins, in his early 20s and wearing black trousers,...
Marts
LONGTOWN January 25 The Cumberland & Dumfriesshire Farmers Mart PLC had 1,060 prime hoggs and 568 cast ewes and rams forward at its primestock sale. Prime hoggs to pounds 55.20 per head for Beltex from Midknock. Light ewes to pounds 30.5...
McCarthy Has a Hint for Stewart
Byline: By Paul Gilder Mick McCarthy last night gave Marcus Stewart an incentive to continue his recent impressive form as he hinted that the Sunderland striker could have yet have a future at the Stadium of Light beyond this summer. And the...
McClaren Hoping for Backlash from Boro
Byline: By Ian Parkes Steve McClaren has warned Sir Alex Ferguson his shellshocked players are ready to unleash their anger at Old Trafford this evening. McClaren is still seething at the way his side dramatically collapsed in last Saturday's...
Monty's Knocked off Top by Nick
Byline: By Carl Markham A more experienced Nick Dougherty is now enjoying his golf and that was evident at the Laguna National in Singapore as he shot a second-round 67 to steal the limelight from defending Caltex Masters champion Colin Montgomerie....
Mourinho: I Really Think We'll Win It
Byline: By Adrian Curtis Jose Mourinho finally predicted yesterday that his Chelsea side would become the club's first champions for 50 years. On the day Mourinho was hit with a charge of improper conduct for claiming Manchester United's players...
Myhre Relishes a Crack at Everton
Byline: By Paul Gilder The biggest thing about Neville Southall these days is his waistline; but in 1997, when Thomas Myhre first became acquainted with his childhood hero, his aura dwarfed everything. The Norwegian ( confirmed as Sunderland's...
North Engineers Go Global with US Firm
Byline: By Iain Laing More than 200 staff at a North engineering company were yesterday assured their jobs were safe as the business was bought by a US firm. Industrial giant Actuant has bought Hedley Purvis ( a world-beating Morpeth business...
Now for the Action
There is, quite obviously, a real problem in predicting what lies anything up to 25 years in the future. The simple fact is that no-one, even with the best data available ( and one assumes that the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister and English...
O'Brien's Loyalty Wins a Place in the First Team ( and a New Contract
Byline: By Simon Rushworth Graeme Souness will give Andy O'Brien every opportunity to blossom in a black-and-white shirt after promoting the dependable centre-half as the perfect example of modern-day professionalism. In a series of pointed remarks...
O'Neill Gift of the Gab
Stephane Henchoz has revealed it was Celtic manager Martin O'Neill's powers of persuasion that convinced him to choose Parkhead over Ibrox. In the wake of Jean-Alain Boumsong's pounds 8m departure to Newcastle, Rangers manager Alex McLeish tried to...
One Man and His Art
Byline: By David Whetstone There is always a special fascination about art exhibitions featuring the work amassed by a single collector. They tell us as much ( if not more ( about the personality of the collector, as they do about the artists....
Options Are Set to Open for First-Timers
Byline: By Francesca Angelucci First-time buyers are making the news this week. The Government unveiled new plans to help them get a first foot on the property ladder. But what is at the heart of the new plan, and what pitfalls lie in wait for...
Panda 4x4 No Longer Endangered
Byline: By Steve Hughes You no longer need a vehicle as big as a garden shed to enjoy the benefits of four-wheel drive and a higher driving position, thanks to Fiat. Once an endangered species, the Panda 4x4 is back with a vengeance and is on...
Pan Fried Salmon with Wilted Pak Choi, Pancetta and Mango Salsa (Serves Two)
Two thick fillets of salmon ( skin on A couple of pieces of pak choi Four potatoes ( peeled, boiled and mashed with butter and kept warm A handful of thickly-chopped pancetta ham For the salsa: One red onion ( peeled and finely chopped...
Parking Official Doctored Photo
Byline: By Joanne Clements A parking official who doctored a photo in an attempt to trap an innocent motorist was ordered yesterday to do 150 hours of community service. Gavin Moses, a member of staff at the NCP office in Bury, Lancashire, changed...
Pietersen Can Take the Flak
Byline: By Richard Gibson Kevin Pietersen will not let verbal barrages affect him when he makes his first full international appearance on South African soil this weekend. Following his hugely impressive maiden knock in his homeland wearing England...
Point to Point
Byline: By Peter Burgon Sponsorship has become an integral part of hunt racing, which resumes in the North next Saturday with the Jedforest fixture at Friars Haugh, Kelso. Following a change in the regulations, the amount of prize money that...
Pool's Ex-Cat Chases the Cup Cream
Byline: By Paul Gilder When, just over 12 months ago, Ben Clark helped Sunderland to wreck the FA Cup dreams of Hartlepool for another season, he could have little imagined he would find himself attempting to make history at Victoria Park. That...
Pounds 2.8m
Byline: By Daniel Thomson The massive security operation needed to bring the Labour Party Conference to the North will cost the region's taxpayers pounds 2.8m, it emerged last night. The Journal yesterday revealed the huge scale of the disruption...
Promising Start to New Year
Byline: By Karen Wilson As the "wait and see" brigade come out of the woodwork to sell their homes, and the January blues prompt would-be buyers to seek a change of scenery, North-East estate agents are reporting a flurry of activity in the housing...
Redknapp and Smith March into Line of Fire
Southampton No 2 Jim Smith believes "the only loyalty in football is among supporters" as he and Harry Redknapp prepare to feel the wrath of angry Portsmouth fans in the FA Cup at lunchtime today. Former Newcastle boss Smith revealed Redknapp has...
Richard Takes on Challenge of the Yukon
Byline: By Eleanor Gregson An intrepid North engineer flew to Canada yesterday to represent the UK in one of the toughest ever arctic sporting events. Richard Jackson, 33, left his home in South Gosforth, Newcastle, to head for the Yukon Territory...
Safeguards Are in Place for Students' Deposits
The Tenancy Deposit Scheme has joined with the National Union of Students to persuade university students to protect their deposits and avoid disputes when their tenancies come to an end. Students registered with the NUS, individual student unions...
Share the Burden of Buying Your Home
With fewer first-time homebuyers able to enter the property market, the concept of shared ownership will be a key theme of the 2005 residential property market. First tried in the public sector in the late 1970s, shared ownership allows buyers to...
Shorts
Free night deals in Sardinia ( which apply between May and September including peak season ( have been announced by Sardatur Holidays (020 7242 2455, www.sardinia-holidays.co.uk) for bookings made before February 28. This deal ( one free night in...
Sir John to Enjoy His Retirement `at Home'
Britain's most senior police officer Sir John Stevens is to return home to the North following his retirement yesterday. The former Chief Constable of Northumbria Police is planning to move back to the region now he has retired as Metropolitan Police...
Splendours of Scotland
Byline: By Karen Overbury G weather, stunning scenery, lots to do and see, plus spectacular, welcoming hotels with great food and plenty of it ( frankly, you couldn't ask for more. But we got it ( watching minke whales playing beside the ferry...
Stabilisers Can Steer Course to Profitability
Byline: By Jennifer Mackenzie The Journal The new composite beef breed, the Stabiliser, has so far been successful for the Lilburn Estates Farming Partnership, near Wooler. But Ray Field, farm manager of the large in-hand operation for Duncan...
Station Searched
Your views on NHS MORE than 4,000 people in County Durham are being asked their views on local health services. Primary care trusts in Durham and Chester-le-Street, Derwentside, Durham Dales, Easington and Sedgefield are sending out surveys to...
Suckler Men Urged to Act Now
Store cattle producers should be paying more attention to what's going on in the marketplace and start responding now if they're to maximize output and income under the new regime, says British Charolais Cattle Society chairman, Murray Lyle. "Suckler...
Team Up to Save Big Holstein Herd Losses
Byline: By Jennifer Mackenzie The Journal Displaced abomasums are becoming par for the course in modern high-yielding Holsteins. Incident rates continue to escalate and frequently result in a costly cull. Dugdale Nutrition's Cumbria-based veterinary...
Three Different Places, Three Bedrooms Each ( Take a Look
Soaring prices over the past couple of years have left many families feeling they are unable to afford to move. But prices in the North-East are still below those in many parts of Britain and there are a good number of properties available well below...
Timeline of Events Following the Disappearance of Carol Park
17 july 1976 Carol Park goes missing. Her husband, Gordon said he and their three children, Vanessa, eight, Jeremy, six, and Rachel, five, had gone to Blackpool for the day leaving Carol unwell in bed. On their return, she has vanished. Her wedding...
Time to Move On
Byline: By Simon Rushworth Graeme Souness bids to propel Newcastle into the fifth round of the FA Cup this afternoon confident United will prosper in the post-Craig Bellamy era. The Wales international was in the West Midlands last night putting...
Tindall Blow for England
Rugby union: England coach Andy Robinson last night received mixed news in his latest injury bulletin ahead of next week's RBS 6 Nations Championship opener against Wales. Jason Robinson, England skipper in the absence of an injured Jonny Wilkinson,...
TJ Can't Get a Start for Super Eagles
Byline: By Simon Rushworth Newcastle guard TJ Walker will undergo a late fitness test ahead of tomorrow's trip to league leaders Chester as the American considers a long-awaited return to BBL action. But such is the form of Fabulous Flournoy's...
Too Lazy to Shop around for Insurance?
Byline: By Steve Hughes More than a third of us could be losing out when it comes to car and home insurance because we can not be bothered to shop around for a more competitive policy. This is according to the findings of an RAC survey showing...
Top Judges Uphold Ban on Foxhunting
Byline: By Zoe Hughes Hunt supporters across the North have vowed to continue their fight to overturn a ban on foxhunting despite losing their first legal case. The Countryside Alliance had hoped to challenge the validity of the 1949 Parliament...
Tough Tactics Are Enough
Byline: By Robert Brooks A tough campaign to curb drink-fuelled disorder has been credited with slashing violent crime by more than a quarter in rural North Northumberland and its market towns. Just six months after the "Enough" initiative was...
Tycoon's Helping Hand for Students
Byline: By Graeme Whitfield A millionaire businessman is offering teenagers from the North-East all-expenses paid trips to Oxford and Cambridge universities. The offer from Sir Peter Lampl, who is chairman of the educational charity the Sutton...
Value-Added Contribution to Businesses
Byline: By James Laidler Not so long ago a valuer did just that ( value things. He used his experience and his judgment of the market, telling clients, such as banks, what the assets they were thinking of lending against were worth, owners what...
Wall Walker Paul's Delighted
Byline: By Tony Henderson Walking is a way of life for civil servant Paul Skivington. Paul, 54, tackles around 70 walks of more than 25 miles each a year. And in the last 20 years he reckons to have covered about 30,000 miles in long distance...
Water Chiefs Put Aid in Pipeline
Byline: By Liz Hands Flood-hit communities whose water supplies were cut off when mains pipes were washed away are being awarded pounds 150,000 from Northumbrian Water. The new Pipeline Fund, announced yesterday, will be given to community projects...
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