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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (December 14, 2013)

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'I walked straight into work and handed my notice in' Champagne Christmas and holidays plan for lucky Lotto-winning couple. 680
'Snow angels' needed to help keep streets clear. 254
'The people' hailed as bail-out heroes. 457
A city reborn; Destination: Belfast. 602
A family treat that is packed full of Chuckles. 373
A fashion makeover - in spirit. 741
A new look for Korando. 425
A&E departments hit as as winter finally arrives. 500
A689 death crash driver named. 176
An open invitation to view. 456
And the nominations are; Don't miss all the winners of the 2013 Secret Diner Awards, and the Secret Diner's Review of the Year, exclusively in next Saturday's Journal. 1299
Anger as QE hospital announces closure of its nursery. 417
Assisted suicide and the law. 278
At home along the water's edge. 401
Audi supersaloon powers in. 252
Award for city's green lighting. 127
Bakers put new skills to the test. 235
Bandits add Czech international to roster for 2014 campaign; SPEEDWAY. 319
Bath clear up the position over Gold. 304
Beccy's special album launch. 444
Bellway reports strong 18 weeks. 239
Berwick out to prove they are better than ninth. 356
Beyonce's surprise album: Direct to her fans. 192
Birds of prey fall victim to crime. 682
Bitter row over path in village heading to High Court. 495
BMW bumps up the M power. 388
Book for Sir Bobby proves a bestseller. 490
Book of condolence for Mandela. 137
Boris bikes on the move into south London. 235
Borthwick rewarded with Lions selection. 348
BT 'sorry' after complaints. 139
Business opportunities in rural Northumberland. 213
Campaign raises PS8,000 to keep elderly warm. 538
Card from MP sparks warning by trial judge. 445
Carlisle want Courtney repayment. 243
Cats' boss remains confident of survival; Poyet: We can survive. 448
Celtic fined over banner. 169
Challenge to turbine thrown out by judge. 335
Check if you've been pwned... WHAT'S ON THE WEB. 102
Christmas kiss from a Tyneside sea lion. 228
Colours of Christmas; With the winter winds threatening to blow, Gabrielle Fagan looks at some wonderful, warming ideas for the home to help to keep us cosy. 428
Combat gear man sought by police. 137
Construction sector returns to growth. 235
Cook rivalry excites Lutalo; SPORT SHORTS TAEKWONDO. 109
Cooper admits interest in his young Pool stars. 657
Cottage charm in countryside. 1102
COULD someone please tell me [...]. 360
Criticism of free schools isn't fair - and isn't true; Free schools have been criticised as divisive and lacking in accountability. But COUNCILLOR ROBERT OLIVER, leader of the Conservative Group at Sunderland City Council, argues that they can actually inspire improvement across the board. 574
Crowds expected at dockyard closure protest rally. 206
Cup action as good as a rest for Robshaw. 365
Curry King looks to a bright future; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 671
Dan's the man to hold Durban lead; GOLF. 227
Destruction of beauty; Views of the North. 183
Dickson:Win would change season. 279
Directionless FTSE 100 influenced by US news; FTSE 100. 282
Don't just talk turkey; CHRISTMAS GOOSE WITH ROOT VEG, STICKY PEARS & BRAMBLE GRAVY Tired of gobbling up turkey at Christmas? Or maybe you favour festive tradition over taste? Whatever you decide to cook, make sure it's a hearty feast, says Andy Welch. Recipe 1404
Drink to Johns in Christmas Spirit; JONJO'S PROGRESSIVE CHASER TO DEFRAY SANTA BILL The New One's plans to be No1. 739
Dry January to raise cash for charity. 130
Efimova splashes out on new 200m world record; James Johnson. 477
Enjoy a local and top quality festive spread; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 264
Enjoy the difference; Christmas used to mean indulging in traditional alcohol-infused baked treats packed with sugar, dried fruits and alcohol. But as JANE HALL reports, it's not just our taste in mince pies which has undergone a seismic culinary conversion. Recipe 1239
EV0-STIK PREMIER. 214
EVO-STIK NORTH. 214
Extra cash handed over for improvements to A1. 492
Family firm celebrates workers' long service. 218
Farewell to Gary as he heads back to his 'day job' As The X Factor winner is unveiled this weekend, judge Gary Barlow will be saying goodbye to the show - and he's eager to get back to what he does best. BARBARA HODGSON finds the star in a suitably seasonal jolly mood. 1066
First timers return to market; An increasing number of mortgages are being given to first-time buyers. Steve Urwin offers some expert advice to those starting out. 835
FLORAL BORDER. 258
Flying start for couple's holiday. 136
Fresh wave of firefighter strikes in pension row. 483
Get that sophisticated sparkle; What better time than Christmas to add an extra sparkle to your home? Claire Hornby has some glittering ideas. 506
Gun fanatic jailed after undercover police sting. 522
Homelessness is rising - and cuts are to blame. 348
Hospital patients get panto visit. 133
Hunt for arsonists after town hit by new blaze. 467
I now know. 402
ILLUSTRIOUS HERITAGE FOR A HUMBLE TOY. 279
In defence of those who create the region's landscape; Farmer's daughter, trained agricultural economist and Liberal Democrat prospective parliamentary candidate for Berwick-upon-Tweed, Julie Porksen, believes farming is at a critical juncture. Here, she discusses why there must be a shift of policy emphasis back to the farmer. 1363
INNOVATIVE IDEAS; ECONOMY TODAY. 140
Inspired Eagles soar into second successive BBL final. 654
Intrado concept flies in the face of convention. 277
It's too early to write off drone delivery just yet; You, and many others, might not believe Amazon's drone deliveries will ever happen. But this is a company which has a main aim of making customers happy, something they're generally very, very good at, says Giles Turnbull. 310
Jaguar F-TYPE V6. 413
Joy as county radio station given FM licence. 226
Knifeman hunted after bookies raid. 134
LATE BREAKS. 348
Legacy of Mandela; Views of the North. 134
Legal eagle strikes again; Lawyer and bestselling author Scott Turow tells Hannah Stephenson about his old pal Barack Obama, playing in a band with Stephen King - and his latest novel PROFILE. 1234
Let's give them a chance; When she turned 50 headteacher Barbara Payne decided to wave goodbye to her job at Kenton School and take up an advisory role in the Pacific Islands. The last 20 years has seen the former Gosforth teacher improve the standards of education for young people across the world. RUTH LOGNONNE spoke to her. 1192
LINE OF THE WEEK. 192
Linking online behaviour to those offline purchases; RETAIL. 565
Low-carbon car design competition for schools. 238
MACAULAY CULKIN. 399
Man fined in court for Metro obstruction. 244
Maternity services rated among the best. 179
Merger of roles will save PS19k, council says. 226
Mining archives opened to world for first time. 430
Minister in warning to four academies. 564
Miriam's personal reasons for helping stroke sufferers. 450
More panic creeps into Christmas; With Christmas Day almost upon us, have you got your present shopping all wrapped up? Or are you panicking you haven''t bought enough? Vicky Shaw reports on the dangerous phenomenon of 'gift creep''. 930
More pay but no subsidies; Views of the North. 233
MoreThan chief quits after 'black hole' found; INSURANCE. 506
Mourinho: Reds not out of title equation. 425
MP backs flu jab call. 139
MP will help farmers get payments. 155
My wife was out of pain for her last few days. Not everybody has that opportunity; North East peer backs calls for a change in the law. 1007
National fairytale on cards for Dude. 704
NEPIC WELCOMETEES Valley City Deal status; INDUSTRY. 510
New farm manager at rural college. 121
NORTHERN ALLIANCE. 250
NORTHERN LEAGUE. 689
Nursery helps kick start NSPCC campaign. 238
Nursing president visits region. 189
Office firm partners with club. 119
Our Syria 'shame'. 406
Our top festive Champagnes; ANDREW CAMPBELL ON WINE. 632
Pardew played a part as Lambert went from life of pies to full monty; THE PREVIEW: Newcastle United v Southampton Today, 3pm. 924
Patients must wait months to see if the NHS will fund life-saving drug. 195
PAUL LINFORD COLUMNIST. 693
Playing field sell-off gets green light. 137
PM vows to 'clip wings' of the European court. 569
Police warn motorists of 'morning after' danger. 302
Pony Club changes are given seal of approval. 478
POOLS CHECK. 466
POUND NOTES. 461
PS5000 Search for football's top tipster. 265
PUBS CONCERN; ECONOMY TODAY. 110
Pupils soak up Spanish culture. 175
Pupils to 'shadow' head teacher. 152
Raise a cuppa to new shop opportunity. 143
Region sees some of the UK's fastest growth. 177
REVIEWS. 745
Ringtons adds Signature to new range. 271
Rodriguez hopeful of a place at World Cup. 428
Saker's full of regret as England let Aussies off the hook. 767
SAM SPREAD. 118
School given official notice of closure. 402
Schools team up to give children Christmas treat. 226
Sign language therapy. 106
Signing up to help the homeless. 244
Silly selfie showed how much Mandela meant. 558
Simon's photographs spread an inspirational message. 626
Some people see this as second-tier competition ... but it's vital for blooding the next generation; THE PREVIEW: Calvisano v Newcastle Falcons, today, 1.30pm The Amlin Challenge Cup is often viewed in an unflattering light, but for some players these are huge games, as Mark Smith discovers. 956
Squadron to blitz rivals at Cheltenham. 503
Sutil gears up for a drive with Sauber; MOTOR RACING. 298
SUZUKI ALTO. 437
Tackling inequalities; Views of the North. 289
Taylor is focused on the job in hand. 305
The best Christmas present. 434
The Journal, Saturday, December 14, [...]. 191
The moors, the merrier; The West Yorkshire village of Haworth, at the heart of Bronte Country, is a picturesque weekend break destination for Dianne Bourne. 629
THE Scoop6 Spider loves the [...]. 239
They both lied, claims accused. 279
They're the children who truly reached for the Moon. 607
Three young scientists in finals of competition. 230
Time of reckoning arrives for struggling Black Cats; THE PREVIEW: West Ham United v Sunderland Today, 3pm. 1182
TODAY IT'S ALL ABOUT BOYD .. AND THE BOYS; Kris can beat record but side could be outgunned. 611
TODAY'S TEAM NEWS. 230
TODAY'S TEAM NEWS. 219
Toddler's trip home before big operation. 703
TOFEES STUCK ON MARTINEZ; Everton looking a sweet bet. 392
TOP FIVE MORTGAGE RATES. 127
TOP TEN. 236
Turning back time in the Ardeche; Rob Grant takes an underground trip back in time in France. 959
Universities segregation row takes a new twist. 212
Vickers returns as Falcons take experience to Italy. 363
Visitors love to come to UK; BRITAIN TODAY. 109
Walker is setting his sights on Wembley; FA TROPHY. 426
Walkers celebrate new rights of way in county. 193
Walking routes announced. 121
We are desperate for a win now, says Karanka. 655
Wearmen desperate for luck to change; BETTING. 368
WEARSIDE LEAGUE. 246
Where you can meet a famous name at every step. 820
Why there's an art to bringing in more funds. 389
Words of inspiration; GARDENING There's a plethora of books to inspire gardeners this Christmas. Hannah Stephenson leafs through some of the best offerings. 651
Workrate of Saints will test Magpies; Saints will work us hard, warns United's boss. 688
YESTERDAY'S ACTION. 619
You just cannot afford to lose,Wenger warns City. 707
Young eventers handed a ticket to ride. 174
Youth to benefit from volunteering project. 222
Zark can pull off Chelters double. 665

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