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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (August 16, 2014)

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70 jobs lost at struggling Clydeside shipbuilder. 214
A gold star for.. 414
A risk we need to study closely. 143
A-level plan will widen the skills gap, claim MPs; Reforms may put more off STEM subjects. 116
A-level plan will widen the skills gap, say MPs. 692
Academy's awarded for young caring programme. 165
Alun's strong support is a matter of Civic pride. 621
Answering the garden SOS. 872
Appeal after fish taken from pond. 168
At home in the capital; Roz Laws bags a bargain in London - an apartment that sleeps four for just over PS140 a night. 764
Audi A3 Cabriolet 1.4 TFSI Sport COD. 686
Back Quakers' promotion push - Gray; EVO-STIK NORTH. 173
Bad boy Benabbad sad. 177
Balfour Beatty merger plan rebuff. 169
Balfour bites back over Carillion's proposals; FTSE 100. 361
Bandits forced to make changes; SPEEDWAY. 509
Banner advice for downloads; WHAT'S ON THE WEB. 130
Bhoys buoyed by Legia delay; FOOTBALL SHORTS CHAMPIONS LEAGUE. 154
Big five alive and spiffing; ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE IS BACK ... Bookies could feel the pain of opening card. 370
Bike theft devastates boy after illness. 135
BLUE'STHE HOLLER; ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE IS BACK ... ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE IS BACK ... And Chelsea is the name on trophy MR FIXIT Paul Jain @mrfixitstips. 527
Blyth kick off season - with play-offs the target; EVO-STIK PREMIER. 252
Bronze grabs gold for absent Moore. 645
Builder says no to PS175m merger offer. 122
Bulls are leading a charge to double; NORTH EAST PREMIER LEAGUE. 515
Bungalow set in impressive plot. 108
Buskers get chance to perform in top festival. 196
Buy a piece of history on doorstep at exclusive guest house; LEASEHOLDS. 432
Call for families to take part in MemoryWalk. 260
Can gaming be good for our children? Worried that your kids have spent the summer holidays glued to the PlayStation? Don't be. A new study reveals playing video games can actually be good for them, as Katie Wright finds out. 429
Cash grant for autism charity; NORTH TODAY. 110
Cathedral visitors can learn flower arranging. 209
Celebrating 20 years of online shopping. 155
Charity warns that students will face a cost of living crisis. 597
Coach desperate to avoid a repeat of last season's many highs and lows. 419
Cocktail bar planned at famed Italian restaurant; HOSPITALITY. 503
COLUMNIST. 769
Competition is motivation for the Black Cats' midfield survivor; THE PREVIEW: West Bromwich v Sunderland at The Hawthorns, today, kick-off 3pm Having had his Sunderland career written off many times by critics, Lee Cattermole is relishing the latest battle for places, writes Stuart Rayner. 939
Complaints champion fights for your rights. 1641
Cooking up real community spirit with grant funding; QUICKBITES. 431
Court bans serial yob from estates. 112
Dares to raise funds. 178
David's musical tribute to rail pioneer father. 602
Defiance of Dhoni the only saving grace for sorry India; Captain's heroics hold up England. 931
Diary. 273
Do your homework for new term deals; This time of year sees many parents stretched to the max as they try to cover back-to-school costs. Vicky Shaw has tips to ease the pressure. 1063
Dredge serves up great finish; SPORT SHORTS GOLF. 202
DURHAM CRICKET LEAGUE. 648
Edwardian elegance close to city. 111
ENGLISH MEDALS FOR ... IRISH. 181
Escape to the countryside. 475
ESTATE agent property [...]; Karen Overbury. 384
EWING OBJECTS TO FRACKING CHANGE; ECONOMY TODAY. 152
Executive style and quality on offer in tree-lined avenue. 120
FA CUP / EBAC NORTHERN LEAGUE. 622
Family pays tribute to Newcastle Uni student. 169
Farage confirms seat choice for election. 214
Five new retail jobs in store at expanding park; RETAIL. 401
Former guest house in Beamish. 114
FREE PS2 BET ON THE WEEKEND FOOTBALL. 125
FREE PS2 SCORECAST. 112
Free school meals to bring financial relief for parents. 439
Friendly faces, home and away. 486
Fun run will happened on way to the Forum. 162
Fundraising success. 149
Gareth's cooking up a storm in record bid. 642
Gay dads helping to dispel myths that surround adoption. 459
Genie to remind me of genius behind the voice; COLUMN. Column 621
Go global. 622
Golden Gemili shines on a glorious night for GB. 651
Gosden walking brief for Kingman. 156
Grab Grade A city-centre stock while you can. 346
Gregorian's on song for Gosden; Buick has every chant in Hungerford Moon to shine in open Freer. 720
Heart of quayside. 105
Help up the ladder - or a hindrance? With the younger generation struggling to get on to the property market, many parents and grandparents are considering lending a financial hand. Ian Lowes urges them to look before they leap. 644
Helping hand for first-timers. 325
Heroic Liam a life-saver again. 636
Hoekstar says GB are ready to take on world. 204
Homes on the waterfront snapped up. 374
Horses seized in operation. 110
Hospital's opening is delayed for final checks. 485
Hospitals score high in survey of patients. 157
How to be a great parent: 1. Have children 2. Get this app. 570
I now know... 465
I'ma yodel lady, ooh! I'ma yodel lady, ooh! Gill Martin has a 'wail' of a time in the breathtaking mountains of Austria. 2080
Image of the past welcomes Paul to stadium. 170
Immigrant centre has Ebola alert. 475
It's best foot forward in MP's battle on dementia. 528
It'SAUDITTIME to order. 660
Know your rights when you buy a horse. 467
LATE BREAKS LATE BREAKS. 481
Legendary E-Type reborn. 493
Lexus CT 200h F Sport. 610
LINE OF THE WEEK. 169
Lofty ambitions but still a long way to go yet; e North East's most candid food critic - now writing every Saturday in e Journal. 1273
Magpies buoyed by retail therapy; Squad is good as it is, claims the boss. 589
Making waves with tough task. 523
Man up with these meals; Hollywood actor Stanley Tucci is one of the "food dudes" featured in new cook book Man Made Meals. Marion McMullen finds out what it takes to cook like a movie star. 2632
Marching mums fight for the NHS. 373
Media suite investment. 106
Mills challenges his side to sustain away form; VANARAMA PREMIER. 365
Moors targeting play-offs but wary of step up; EVO-STIK NORTH. 206
More of City's big names set to stay. 277
Mortgage monitor; This week's best buys include... 289
Mosley had North support; Views of the North. 294
Musicians bound for O2 and Cluny 2. 409
Name the Year. 256
New for the home. 137
New mortgage rules hit borrowers in the region. 558
New Red Devils captain Rooney told to keep cool. 715
New store for North East as part of expansion. 149
New to the market. 194
North MPs back British racing. 155
NORTHERN ALLIANCE. 260
NORTHUMBERLAND LEAGUES. 606
Odds are on United being first to score; BETTING. 281
Offshore specialist's cable order for German wind farms. 282
OUEEN OF YORK; Taghrooda's 4-1 for the Arc may look like a French stickon after Thursday. 652
Oxbridge couple passing on skills to help students. 581
Pardew determined to win hearts and minds; THE PREVIEW: Newcastle United v Manchester City at St James' Park, tomorrow kick-off 4pm The best way for Alan Pardew to build bridges is via entertaining, attacking football. Sports writer Neil Cameron reports. 1252
Payne just focused on job in hand; RUGBY LEAGUE. 318
Pegasus Centre riders are Dressed for success. 606
Pining for the fjords; Alan Hart takes to the high seas for a scenic voyage along Norway's coast. 885
Plastic pitch won't make a difference for visitors; Falcons flanker says team still has advantage. 667
Plenty of space in detached family home. 172
PM's plan to make it easier to run a firm. 217
Police get tough with thieves in city centre. 170
POUND NOTES. 606
Poyet wants an earlier deadline day; Deadline day needs changing, says Poyet. 635
Price ladder. 184
Property ideal for a first or a final purchase. 106
PS5000Search for football's top tipster. 228
Pulis' departure leaves Palace in state of shock. 595
Purpose-built to suit needs of over-70s. 407
QUICKBITES. 359
Quiz of the Day. 144
Range Rover scores with soccer stars. 238
Region's beer festivals are set to bowl us over. 629
REVIEWS. 1682
Rising to challenge of satisfaction. 445
Room to grow; GARDENING Hidcote's beautiful garden brings the indoors outdoors Room to grow. 781
Ross set for a return to Radio 2. 290
Search for an amazing singer who is also a little plump. 352
Seven arrested as boys found safe. 377
Shoppers bag a bargain in local trade weekend. 235
Show prepared for another bumper year; EvENt. 993
Siblings' big push for run challenge. 468
Skoda Citigo Elegance 1.0 MPI. 663
So much to see and do for riders and lovers of horses; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 1049
Spin's the king until Durham duo hit out. 1069
Splash out on the Shortlist. 1262
Sporty Sorento breaks cover breaks cover. 202
Step inside the secret gardens. 664
Suzuki SX4 S-Cross. 640
Sweet -and savoury-success; Scores of the region's speciality producers are celebrating after scooping prestigious Great Taste Awards. JAne HAll reports. Recipe 1295
Take action now ahead of winter bills; With the wind and rain we've been suffering, we're beginning to worry once again about heating costs. Chris Scott offers some expert advice on ways to reduce energy bills in the home. 501
The big stars never hear the word 'no' Reality TV stars behaving badly, Hollywood kids in rehab and some shameful secrets from the past. Marion McMullen talks to TV's Ross King about bringing Tinseltown to life in his debut novel PROFILE. 1583
THE BOOKIES' VIEW. 362
There is a buzz about Baltic and it's something of an Apicula Enigma; Baltic's latest attraction might turn your thoughts to honey. DAVID WHETSTONE met the creator of Apicula Enigma. 1148
They're getting the best training there is. 602
They're really ramping it up; MICHAEL MARSH on a venue which had its genesis in Africa, was built by volunteers swapping their skills and which provides creative fun for so many. 867
Thousands sign petition to ban comic from city. 442
Time to go for a Spin at Ripon; Tanya Stevenson Channel 4's Betfair lady. 681
TODAY'S TEAM NEWS. 189
Top Gunners; FOOTBALL SHORTS ARSENAL. 146
TOP TEN. 274
TOTEPOOL Scoop6. 204
Traditional family home in suburbs. 101
Treat yourself to shopping heaven in the Milkhope Centre; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 1078
TV CHOICE. 306
TV CHOICE. 297
Tyne Valley bucking the trend for house sales. 451
UK economic growth figure revised upwards; ECONOMY. 527
UK to consider arming Kurds 'if request made'. 404
United shirts for sale as teenager switches sides. 503
Urban farm now one of a rare breed of educational centres; Environment. 1001
UTD OUT TO FEEL THE NOISE. 195
Vauxhall Insignia. 543
Village battered into submission on chippy. 476
Visitor centres to stock Ringtons. 215
Waiting is over; SPORT SHORTS BOXING. 117
WEARSIDE LEAGUE. 236
WHAT TO DO THIS WEEK. 140
Witch hunt on antibiotics; Views of the North. 224
WORRY OVER CHILDREN MAKING FRIENDS. 273
YOUR CHANCE TO SAMPLE A TASTE OF LINDISFA FA F RNE. 363
Zealots in control; Views of the North. 385

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