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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (April 18, 2014)

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Title Author Type Words
30 years on, police pledge justice. 263
A challenge for life; Imagine knowing what you want to say but not being able to communicate it. This is a daily reality for people who suffer from aphasia. SARAH SCOTT meets members of one North East group working to support people with the condition. 2203
A-ha frontman's take on going solo; Morten Harket set pulses racing as the voice of A-ha and now he's back with a solo album. Marion McMullen finds out about a new chapter in the singer's life. 838
Accountants' affinity with innovation. 318
ALBUMS. 376
also showing ... 622
Appeal to find stolen vehicles. 147
Atom chairman to speak at conference; BANKING. Conference news 296
Ban for falconer who neglected birds of prey. 821
Banking on new scheme for business finance. 436
Banner campaign highlights industry. 278
Beer Club was inspired by a historic small brew. 542
Blunt talking as Falcons players point the finger. 706
Bowling club to give way to gym space. 513
Brosnan and Thompson steal show in humdrum heist caper. 383
Catching up with a classic; New York theatre director Rachel Chavkin has been preparing an American classic for North East eyes. DAVID WHETSTONE met her during rehearsals for Catch-22. 1381
College champions craft skills. 241
Contract wins build local opportunities; DEALS. 492
Cook-off offers a real taste of days gone by. 630
Cup final motivates relegated Morpeth; REGIONAL RUGBY. 391
DAVID BANKS COLUMNIST. 681
Diamonds looking for right result at Scunthorpe; SPEEDWAY. 386
Do some digging before agreeing to opencasting; ENVIRONMENT. 680
Do the right thing. 132
Dracula is game for a laugh at Goth weekend; When a friend mentioned Whitby Goth Weekend, it inspired North East playwright ED WAUGH to embark on a bloodcurdling adventure. 689
DVDs. 313
Easter treat awaits railway fans in region. 489
Employees profit from JT Dove's soaring sales; CONSTRUCTION. 462
Entrepreneurial college shortlisted. 191
Ertijaal's looking a Good bet to win at Lingfield. 599
Family firm handover problems growing. 231
Ferguson urged me to take job - Pulis. 430
Fighting fit with new facilities. 118
Flaw in plan for cig packs; Views of the North. 174
Gateshead eyeing one last push for play-off promotion. 686
Goodies, baddies - and grim reality of Newcastle's war; JOHN SADLER on a TV "fantasy history" that should make us think about Newcastle's part in the real thing. 682
GREYHOUNDS. 1726
Have a say on Berwick maternity services. 197
Hepatitis B health bid shortlisted for award. 228
Hotel plans FORVALLEY. 585
Hundreds of call centre jobs created. 329
INDICATORS SHOW SUSTAINED GROWTH; ECONOMY TODAY. 111
Job losses FOLLOWTEESSIDE firm's failure. 174
Jubilee 2000 founder's lifetime of campaigning. 573
Kavanagh wants some fight as side battles to stay afloat. 728
Landmark to heritage; Views of the North. 166
Late council payments 'costing my firm jobs'. 508
Late payments are costing us jobs; Boss says council delays hamper efforts to expand his workforce. 115
LOCKE (15, 85 mins) Released: [...]. 123
Lord of the Flies dance search for new talent. 615
Man's body pulled from river where schoolgirls drowned. 634
Market up 41 points on final day of trading; FTSE 100. 295
Mercedes pair clear the air after duel in Bahrain. 604
Metro driver was right; Views of the North. 142
More pulling power than the Geordie Shore cast on a mission. 753
More to the story of this season than the Ben Arfa narrative; THE INTERVIEW: Alan Pardew Neil Cameron believes Newcastle's season won't be defined by the Hatem Ben Arfa blame game. 1140
MORTGAGE LENDING INCREASES BY 33%; ECONOMY TODAY. 104
Name the Year. 287
Newcastle project could transform prescriptions. 433
North East unions back anti-racism charity. 154
Oil NRG invests in new tankers to meet demand; INVESTMENT. 572
ON THIS DAY. 126
Pardew hopeful on Remy and signings; Pardew confident of deal for Remy. 534
Pension help to discover when you'll finally die. 230
Pollution problem leaves a bad smell; COARSE ANGLING. 707
Prison crisis manufactured; Views of the North. 365
Project is shortlisted for national recognition. 204
Quiz of the Day. 198
Reports source of frustration for Monk. 237
Robson going under the knife; SPORT SHORTS TENNIS. 120
Saints to decide on future of ace Shaw. 414
Sam shows up his dad; SEA ANGLING. 547
Scarlet fever cases on the rise in the North East. 286
Silence SURROUNDSVILLA investigation. 219
Surprising results don't change a thing - Rodgers. 760
Taylor proving to be the king of the Castle; GAME ANGLING. 438
Teacher in court over historic sex allegations. 286
The real divide; Views of the North. 161
Thunder coach dangles drop threat; RUGBY LEAGUE. 232
Time to sort out construction payment problems; CONSTRUCTING EXCELLENCE. 473
Too early to celebrate; Views of the North. 111
Too many crooks... Garfield and Stone's chemistry crackles, but movie's glut of super-villains stops latest Spider-Man adventure from being a Marvel classic FILM REVIEW. 546
Toormore proves a real pro with Newmarket win. 596
Veteran MP bows out ONYOUTUBE. 219
Veteran Pirlo the man England fear. 252
Warning over rural bus services as subsidies cut. 541
We need seat at EU table; Views of the North. 196
We should embrace law. 471
We've no nerves, says Clarets star; CHAMPIONSHIP PREVIEW. 215
Well-travelled lawyer settles at new firm. 216
Wickham vows to keep on fighting; Fighting talk from goal hero Wickham. 715
William and Kate to return Down in vow Under. 445
World class line-up for Easter week. 302
Worst crisis in Co-op history is revealed; FINANCE. 572
Young patients give views on services. 197
YOUR MONEY; Your money queries are answered by Trevor Clark, director of Rutherford Wilkinson Ltd, Chartered Financial Planners. 627

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