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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (January 29, 2013)

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4G interference leads to TV filters contract; TECHNOLOGY. 502
82,000 workers needed to replace retiring staff. 410
A 21st-Century girl needs the right education; Headteacher calls for major changes. 536
A brew to die for; THEATRE People got drunk by consuming it and lost their reason - and sometimes their lives - while trying to acquire it. David Whetstone sat in on a rehearsal for Canary Gold, a heady new international venture from Theatre Sans Frontieres. Theater review 933
A Bumper day's action at Lingfield; Saraband. 400
A mystery of history; After Trafalgar, one North East man became a national hero while another faded into obscurity. TONY HENDERSON examines a mystery of history. 1678
Apprentices are filling predicted skills gap; More and more young people are signing up for apprenticeships. But the number is still far too small to deal with the growing skills shortage, writes IAIN LAING. 1341
Balotelli is going nowhere, say City. 596
Bishop tells of his 'painful goodbye' He's ready to take office as Archbishop. 523
Blake keeps the Eagles flying; THE AGENDA How do professional sports clubs thrive during a recession? 997
Boost for Bandits; SPORT SHORTS SPEEDWAY. 130
Campaigners fear a child poverty fiddle; Changes 'risk brushing it under carpet'. 928
Change of focus for playhouse as dancers head in. 428
Charity calls for 'health' tax on sugary drinks. 154
Chief to stay; NORTH TODAY POLICE. 119
City suburb's main gripe is noise. 315
Collection held deer goes under hammer; Trophies from 1920s Northumberland set to be auctioned. 433
COLUMN MY HERO. Column 288
COLUMN MY IPOD. Column 378
Council honours Angels for charity work. 183
CULTURE DAILY at. 442
Curiosity, landscapes and memory. 666
Dance moves help men size up rivals. 152
DEATHS. 860
Debt build-up; ECONOMY TODAY DEBT. 105
Demand rises for retail rentals. 298
Deng's anger over funding cut. 324
Dereliction. 128
Display is the word on the street; ART A touring exhibition will be spreading the word of American artist Ed Ruscha to Newcastle. Barbara Hodgson takes a look at a man who lets his art do the talking. 646
Does the Angel spirit survive? 1977
ECO EVENT HELPS BUSINESSES TAP INTO THE GREEN ECONOMY. 310
Electronic reporting works for cattle farmers. 184
ENTIRE GENERATION AT RISK. 431
ESCORTED HOLIDAYS 8 days from [...]. 282
Events. 340
Everyday objects in German artist's exhibition. 267
Everything's right; MUSIC Everything Everything are everywhere everywhere at the moment. And with very good reason too. Sam Wonfor talks to the band's voice and video visionary, Jonathan Higgs. 855
Falcons playing the pain game as coaches put players to test. 753
Fernandes pledges future to QPR. 360
FIRST SAY. 429
FIVE GOLDEN RULES FOR KEEPING A CLUB AFLOAT IN A RECESSION. 195
FORMER SAFC HEAD MADE CHANCELLOR OF HIS OLD UNIVERSITY. 223
FROM THE ARK Rats, mice, [...]. 188
Game's reforms disappoint MPs; FOOTBALL SHORTS FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. 135
GLIDER PILOT ON CLOUD NINE AFTER LANDING NATIONAL AWARD. 189
GOALS CAN BE CENTRAL TO N'DIAYE GAME. 363
Government should pull up and re-think these vanity projects; Columnist. 703
Government support for creative thinkers. 216
Graham Leggatt-Chidgey. 804
Great food and all the fun of Life; VENUE OF THE MONTH. 551
Happy experience; FOOD FOR THOUGHT. 730
Important road is a county priority; Views of the North. 132
Income is one correct measure. 230
Insolvency scheme helps thousands. 239
Into the spotlight; FILM Barbara Hodgson meets newly-Bafta-nominated director Tina Gharavi who's turning the focus on an untold story. 1440
Keeping up pressure over travel. 470
Knifeman appeal; NORTH TODAY CRIME. 108
Labour of love and emotion; You'll need tissues (and a smile) for Goodnight Mister Tom. David Wood tells TAMZIN LEWIS about the challenges of adapting a favourite story for the stage. 1080
Lady in red; RAILWAY Be seduced by a beautiful Duchess at Locomotion this half term. 436
Lambert: We can't do what United did. 507
Lancaster will resist temptation to rush back injured Tuilagi. 658
Large stretch of Metro is to be closed for six days. 261
Love is in the air! FESTIVAL If you're planning a trip away this February then make Glasgow the focus of your attention where a film festival and art exhibition are just some of the attractions to fall in love with. Jenny Chambers reports. 791
Love is in the air. 484
Lucy Porter; 5 QUESTIONS FOR... Lucy, 40, is a stand up comic, writer and actress who is returning to the touring stage following an unexpectedly extended period of maternity leave. Interview 550
MARKET UPDATE. 361
Markets stay flat despite good news. 301
MARTS. 928
Mary Beard likes publicity, whether it's good or bad, as it enhances her profile. 959
Mere mortals have humour; Views of the North. 115
Moving water 'is wrong solution' People and businesses 'will have to relocate'. 536
Mr Drayton; FINAL SAY Vinyl aficionado and comedian, 53, Newcastle. 630
Museum marks suffragette legacy; Making sure sacrifices are not forgotten. 454
Musical Madagascar; SHOW First it was a blockbusting animated film, now Madagascar has been transformed into a stage musical. Gordon Barr caught the show during rehearsals and chats to its choreographer. 624
Nations is losing its Six appeal; journallive.co.uk Rugby Union SCRUM DOWN with MARK SMITH. 1099
Nets practice; SPORT SHORTS CRICKET. 109
NEW HQ FOR BANNATYNE'S LEISURE GROUP. 160
NEW MUSIC Macari magic; Beth Macari is only 19, but she's already got five years of gigging behind her. The nonstop soul singer talks to Sam Wonfor about finding her (massive) voice, loving her band and learning to wear shoes. 650
NEW TO BUY. 268
North East stuck in high speed sidings; PS33bn scheme won't come near region. 652
Not just for the golfers; EATING OUT. 698
NOW BOOKING. 131
NURSE WHO SAVED BABY'S LIFE CALLS FOR UK-WIDE CPR TRAINING. 414
O'Neill confident of striker swoop; Cats boss remains hopeful of a deal. 642
O'Shea's ready for high-flying Swans; THE PREVIEW: Sunderland v Swansea City Sunderland are expecting a Swansea side buoyant and focused on victory tonight, but John O'Shea is still confident of victory. Stuart Rayner reports. 1326
Ongoing conflict can be resolved; Views of the North. 149
Out of the shadows; ON THE BOTTLE HELEN SAVAGE. 471
Pardew: Now my turn to deliver; Pardew knows his team now has to deliver. 758
Parents tell of shock at merger plan for schools; Lack of consultation criticised as independent rivals join together. 111
PS23.6m budget cuts agreed by council chiefs; Proposals are now open for consultation. 519
PS70m deal sees US group snap up business park. 550
Pulling the strings; THEATRE He breathes life into pieces of cane and scraps of wool for the West End. Puppet master Toby Olie has come a long way from making toilet roll animals as Tamzin Lewis discovers. 865
Quirky mechanicals come to Life. 357
Quiz of the Day. 179
Reject this plan, say 14 councils; Views of the North. 338
Remploy workers start again; ECONOMY TODAY JOBS. 127
Rules on lobster fishing breached; Catch lands committee fisherman in hot water. 496
School is half way through final year; Despite campaign classes will close at end of summer term. 545
Shock at plans for schools to merge; Parents react with anger to email alert. 669
Sinfonia kept busy; CLASSICAL. 517
Single to the '50s, please; HERITAGE A trip to Beamish is one of the best days out you can have, but a living museum cannot afford to stand still. David Whetstone joined a group of museum friends and trustees on a tour of the County Durham visitor attraction to learn about its plans. 829
Skipper needs to speak to the fans. 401
Slice of regional life for sale, warts and all. 388
Slide into new year; CHINESE NEW YEAR Don't miss a ssssimply sssstunning celebration as Newcastle gets ready to host its Chinese New Year party. Jenny Chambers welcomes in the Year of the Snake. 533
Small firms lobby to prevent energy lock-ins. 466
Spice up your life. 1133
Stash of jewellery is stolen in burglary. 128
STOCKTON ARTS CENTRE METRO RADIO [...]. 788
Super-chilled in serene surrounds. 1553
Survival fight will go down to wire. 768
Swimmers will still have pools in city. 204
The colour red; Heartache and humour converge in Annabel Pitcher's latest book Ketchup Clouds, as Laura Fraine writes. 608
The great outdoors; ART Twenty artworks stand around Northumbrian Water's Kielder Reservoir and in Kielder Forest. Now there's a new creative programme to celebrate, as David Whetstone reports. 729
The price of secrecy. 103
There's life after redundancy; Redundancy can be a real shock to the system but for three mums it proved to be the best thing that ever happened to them. ERINN KERR finds out how they managed to create a new flexible and family-friendly career for themselves. 1149
THIS WEEK AT A GLANCE. 244
Thousands helped by job scheme. 323
Toyota reclaims world's top title; COMPANIES TODAY MANUFACTURING. 107
Trocks rock in; BALLET The Trocks, as they are affectionately known to their legions of fans, have performed their very unique take on classical ballet in over 500 cities in 33 countries (and they fondly remember Newcastle). Barbara Hodgson goes behind the scenes of Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo and finds it's a surreal place to be. 887
Trophy tie is set to finally go ahead; FA TROPHY. 440
TV CHOICE. 330
Uniting across arts; THEATRE New plays and a new partnership were celebrated at the launch of Live Theatre's new season. David Whetstone was there. 630
Vets team up to survey virus's spread in region; VETERINARY Karen Dent ? 0191 201 6243 ? karen.dent@ncjmedia.co.uk. 470
we have. the strength in depth to compete; THE PREVIEW: Aston Villa v Newcastle United Relegation-threatened Newcastle United return to Villa Park desperate to exorcise the demons of 2009. Tim Krul tells chief sports writer Mark Douglas there are at least five reasons to be hopeful that they will do just that. 972
Welcome. 169
What people have told me to sort out; Opinion. 549
Who's playing; Rock legends plan summer date at arena. 597
WINFAMILY tickets to see Madagascar Live! 411
Winger stays in Wales. 182
Working to interpret EU decision. 370
Young jobless rate rises fastest in UK; Government urged to take swift action. 362
Youngsters to go out on loan deals. 452

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