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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (March 2, 2013)

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Title Author Type Words
18 steps to cupcake heaven. 593
6. Which island was the [...]. 154
A GOLD * FOR... 338
A wealth of period features. 125
A world of excitement; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 668
ABARTH 500. 464
Abbott urges bruised squad to bounce back; LEAGUE ONE. 394
Advertising clients are cautious, says firm. 278
Ameobi's getting freedom of Boro. 652
An evening of elegance and mystery. 201
An inside story on life within hospital; The darker side of the former hall is revealed. 491
Anger as councillor calls town 'a dump' Apology and regret after 'mistake'. 487
Archbishop taking a bold step; First-ever female chaplain appointed. 417
Are we sticking to the story? What the man accused of setting the fire that killed his children was recorded saying to his wife and co-accused. 696
Arsonist is sentenced for attacks. 366
Award-winning gathering a favourite among gardeners. 232
Bad blunder, good apology. 117
Banking group in red as mis-selling bill rises; BANKING Holly Williams. 407
Bedroom tax plan comes directly from the daft hat. 616
Belgian style cafe for sale. 119
Bestsellers. 171
Black hole painted over; PS10,000 funding to help volunteers with new project. 489
Byrne: Wear going to splash the cash again. 327
Cats are on course to make a profit. 458
Cats would consider a new name; Byrne - selling the stadium naming rights not off-limits. 234
Catwalk success beckons after blow of X Factor; Member of band kicked out of talent show finds new challenge. 544
Chance to live in iconic landmark. 278
Channon hopeful is looking Champion. 438
Charging boost will support electric car drive. 605
Chemical sector woos companies in India. 255
Church was fit for a hero; ... But thieves force closure of building. 496
CITROEN C4 2.0 HDI. 513
Commissioner's a big spender; Views of the North. 117
Computer thief posed as policeman. 197
Connections in the money at Sandown. 353
Corrections and clarifications. Correction notice 169
Cottage in heart of the countryside. 205
Cottage offers quiet coastal retreat. 129
Court staff bitten by man after sentencing. 244
Darts match in memory of Sarah; Fundraising bid for cancer research. 371
Deli a great opportunity. 151
Developments where visitors can help charity. 245
Duking it out with Juke. 551
Eastleigh loss piles pressure on Tories; Ukip second as Lib Dems celebrate win. 516
Eaterie in prime location. 145
Enter a wonderland of new homes. 374
Exhibition to celebrate life of calligrapher; Displaying a life in letters. 534
Extended family property offers great opportunity. 169
Falcons star backs fundraising drive; Chiropractors' plans to help Foundation. 444
Family home is in a popular area. 130
Farmhouse with period features. 219
Flower show cancelled in council cuts; GOVERNMENT SPENDING CUTS Annual event has been held for 23 years. 524
Funding for fishing play to go on tour. 234
Furious Dwain throws a tantrum. 709
Furnished flat has access to amenities. 125
Garynella looks in with a Great chance in Cup. 482
Gateshead can bloom again. 230
Getting on the road to Mandalay. 235
Gifts for gardening mothers; As Mothers' Day approaches, there's a wealth of choice of presents for the gardening mum, whatever your budget. Hannah Stephenson takes a look. 659
Good selection for PS100,000 budget; For those looking to take their first step on the property ladder, there's a good selection of properties on the market for under PS100,000. 422
Groundwork for good art; The art of black-and-white photography will be exposed at a free workshop in Northumberland today, as ELEANOR DICKINSON reports. 514
Harman cannot escape the blame; Views of the North. 102
Headteacher says Gove's got it wrong; Jibe over lack of ambition causes anger. 472
Help for business students. 342
Honest view of getting old; Age may weary writers but that doesn't mean they lose their appeal, as DAVID WHETSTONE reports. 518
Hope for service station; New operator sought to run petrol pumps. 429
Hotel with big potential. 150
I'm not at Shearer's level yet, says Cisse. 235
I'm sorry for calling my town a dump; 'Mistake' made while trying to show community's plight. 166
Impressive apartment near attractions of city centre. 106
Inaugural conference for North's literary scene. Conference news 224
Investors downbeat over Lloyds loss. 317
Karen Overbury. 361
KEEP in touch with North East gardening and floral events [...]. 285
Leader Coetzee''s in driving seat; GOLF. 412
Let children pay, not the taxpayers; Views of the North. 239
Local hero's top honour; Tribute to one of their own from council. 350
Lovers by the loch; BEVERLEY WALTON and her husband celebrated their first anniversary with a weekend break by Loch Lomond in Scotland. 1353
Magnificent rural estate covering over 12 acres. 203
Majestic Four Rivers Cruise Departing [...]. 333
Make your rural dream come true. 351
Making those numbers count; Views of the North. 173
Man seriously injured in city centre attack. 255
Merciless display from the Eagles; Tame Tigers are sentenced to yet another defeat. 545
Milk yields increase in new system; As margins get tighter and animal feed prices continue to increase, an awardwinning cattle feeding system is now set to help UK farmers achieve greater levels of feed conversion efficiency. BRUCE JOBSON reports. 1199
Millie makes a splash with unexpected arrival. 225
Monkhouse hopes he'll come in Andy. 635
Mortgage monitor; This week's best buys include... 290
Mum's the word on family day out; United's deal is just the ticket. 510
Mural design is tall order; Student's artwork will bring new life to college building. 454
National hope is finally able to reveal hand; Rested Join Together ready to show Grand ambition. 616
New bathroom and kitchen in property. 120
New blooms will deliver a cash boost for charities. 678
New boss came straight to the point - Win every game this season; Before he had even met up with him Matt Thompson was describing Newcastle Falcons' ' director of rugby Dean Richards as the 'Sir Alex Ferguson of rugby'. '. Ten months on, and still unbeaten, he tells Mark Smith why his assessment was spot-on. 1235
New look Captiva set for debut. 295
New signs warning bikers to take care. 403
New to buy. 140
North's native ponies on show; Event held to raise funds. 395
O'Neill keen for Mignolet to sign a new deal. 391
On the old whale trail; They didn't know it as they butchered their quarry - but the whalers of yesteryear were leaving a legacy which will be examined in upcoming National Climate Week. Environment Editor TONY HENDERSON reports. 829
Papiss happy to be playing with a smile on his face; THE INTERVIEW: PAPISS CISSE Papiss Cisse is a breath of fresh air from your average Premier League striker. Chief sports writer Mark Douglas talks to a striker who has his mojo back. 1018
Pardew's message to Italian defender. 312
Payday loan complaints rise. 399
Plans to expand Open site rejected; TENNIS. 273
Police arrest five in murder inquiry. 326
Pre-lambing nutrition and metabolic diseases. 570
Private services need thought; with Claire Simmons of Ward Hadaway. 530
Problem of rising damp is very real; Some people argue that rising damp is a myth. Peter Fall begs to differ. 637
Professor shamed by conviction; Cocktail of drink and painkillers to blame. 712
Programme to remind viewers of priory's past. 332
Protesters charged over mosque demonstration. 230
Puzzled Ashton hits back to tackle his critics. 536
Q&A; Your money queries are answered by Trevor Clark, director of Newcastle chartered financial planners Rutherford Wilkinson. 750
R&A weighing up putter rules; SPORT SHORTS GOLF. 176
Rampant Higgins humbles home hope; SNOOKER. 332
Region inspiration for fantasy game; North's wild landmarks a key factor. 362
Review. 192
Right-to-buy sales reach highest level since 2007. 529
Roque has Silver lining for Fergal; O'Brien gets timely boost. 573
Royal appointment 'is such a privilege' Post created by Henry VIII. 335
Rural joy with space to grow. 592
Salvi is hoping Tigers can roar; AVIVA PREMIERSHIP. 517
Schools and universities 'should work together'. 199
See what's on offer at retirement complex. 394
Sharp rise in unpaid work by North employees. 255
Shotgun robbery: Third man is arrested. 325
Skipper's avoiding the knife. 885
Smith in rallying cry to homeless Gateshead; BLUE SQUARE BET PREMIER. 403
Spring into action; A tight budget needn't cramp your home style - there are plenty of quick fixes which can give rooms a lift. Gabrielle Fagan provides a short-cut strategy for spring. 304
Stamp duty changes top Budget wish-list. 692
Stamp duty incentive for buyers. 334
Stone-built property set in six acres. 227
Striking gold for income stability; As confidence wanes in the future of your healthy pension to help you through retirement, finance expert MIKE FLEMING, pictured, says you may be better off buying gold. 605
Student sees stars over contest win; Project will go into space on special rocket. 467
Students are queens of the catwalk show; Young designers display their own creations. 449
Stunning home with private grounds; Commuters and travellers have a huge range of properties to choose from in the North East. homemaker visits two very different homes, both within easy reach of transport links including Newcastle International Airport. 184
Suppliers sorry over new horsemeat find. 303
Take your place by the riverside. 307
Taking action if pipes fall victim to the winter chill. 599
Teenager's guilty plea over death of 54-year-old. 263
This job is tough ... but Light relief after late nights in London's cells; THE INTERVIEW: Sunderland chief executive Margaret Byrne Margaret Byrne says Sunderland believe they can achieve Europe while remaining true to their roots. Chief sports writer Mark Douglas talked to her. 1187
Three-bedroom semi is ideal for family to rent. 105
Thunder skipper is ready to rumble; RUGBY LEAGUE. 346
Up to PS350,000. 102
Vertu success indicates recovery in car market. 427
Victorian lodge has huge potential. 130
Village location offers seclusion with desirability. 371
VOLVO V40 D4 SE NAV. 454
We will never witness likes of Ryan again - Ferguson. 781
Who decides what is right? Views of the North. 298
Why Eastleigh brings us closer to another coalition after 2015; Columnist. 711
Woman jailed; WORLD TODAY FRAUD. 114
Words of comfort; The writing is on the wall for boring old design, as a new look sweeps in with a typographical twist. Claire Hornby reports. 453

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