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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (February 6, 2014)

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5 OF THE BEST 5 OF THE BEST Foods for better immunity Foods for better immunity. 508
A guide to your healthcare services. 592
Ambulance challenges; Views of the North. 1004
Arts project promotes good health. 190
Bad results hurt Fletcher despite personal recovery. 605
Beatlemania alive and well. 193
Beckham wants to lure the very best to Miami. 350
BERNARD TRAFFORD COLUMNIST. 705
Better work-life balance for staff will bring benefits. 458
Bid to end five-month blaze. 133
Bitesize language served up on a plate; If you are looking for a sign of the times, you might find it on a plate. Andrew Guest tells DAVID WHETSTONE about his quirky debut exhibition. 797
Borstal sex probe leads to over 200 new victims. 608
Bowled over by the sport; It is never too late to take up a new sport to help you get active. Health Reporter HELEN RAE speaks to one woman who is enjoying cricket in her quest to get fit. 1009
Brendan hits out at Gove 'punishment'. 467
Brighter things are ahead for Beckett. 468
Bus service to hospital. 103
Camping it up for a great night out. 311
Care at the heart of the community. 316
Charity vote of confidence for law firm. 114
CLA calls for urgent look at flooding management. 268
Dickinson hoping two dreams granted at once. 332
Dowereallyneed to Do we really need to supplement our diet? There are many conflicting "reports" about nutritional supplements. GP and nutritionist Dr Sarah Brewer and Rob Hobson, Healthspan'ss head of nutrition address some of the frequently asked questionhead of nutrition address some of the frequently asked questions. 1982
EMPLOYMENT DOWN IN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTORS. 251
Evans and Bruce hit listener record for Radio 2. 295
Extra nurses for the region, says health minister. 230
Fans looking to stage buyout; FOOTBALL SHORTS RANGERS. 145
Firm to give legal advice to pension provider. 142
First-class respiratory care. 358
Flooding leaves Government awash in our poll; Flooding continues to dominate the headlines as pressure mounts on the Government to do more. ADRIAN PEARSON looks at public attitudes to the problem. 904
Forward plans put Wickham in limbo; Wickham stays until questions answered. 561
FTSE shrugs off losses but caution remains; FTSE 100. 326
Funding boost for nature in North East. 212
Gas blast destroys two houses. 157
Get the party started. Editorial 159
Half of children sign up to Facebook before 10. 557
Harder to achieve short-term success without Pietersen. 630
Headteacher at failing high school quits post. 649
Hearn is 'hopeful' over big rematch. 342
Heart care at Wansbeck hospital. 211
Heart implant transforms life for Rob. 416
How the right to a rally put UKIP and Billy Bragg on the same side. 663
Huge progress on specialist hospital. 306
Hunt for grandad enters third day. 408
Institute of Directors unveils award shortlist; AWARDS. 402
Interest rates due to remain unchanged; ECONOMY. 511
Investing in Wansbeck. 243
Italians not overawed despite defeat in Cardiff. 402
Jobs created as provider of care sets up in region. 236
Keeping a weather eye on the price of straw; Last year's long hot summer was one of the best for a long time, and resulted in quality hay and silage. David Pritchard, of auctioneers Harrison and Hetherington, looks at how this has impacted on the prices farmers are paying. 430
Keiro Group invests PS500,000 in centre; HEALTH. 387
Knox must be returned to Italy to face justice. 271
Laudrup's replacement facing a baptism of fire. 696
Launch event for charity campaign. 241
Let's fight the obesity figures for North East; A league table has revealed that threequarters of people in some parts of England are overweight or obese. Health Reporter HELEN RAE explains how the North East has been named the fattest region in the country. 548
Lover warned to 'be careful' around husband, court hears. 438
Margaret's praise for "faultless" service. 228
Mice work if you can get it at county museum. 503
Name the Year. 282
New training package for offshore engineers; ENGINEERING. 459
NEWCASTLE IN DOUBT. 109
No easing up as friends turn into enemies; Stuey Hall and Martin Ward know exactly what each other are capable of, which is why the latter has told STUART RAYNER Newcastle's first world title bout for more than four years could be boxing's fight of 2014. 1037
North East researchers talk up new treatments. 555
North East still in rescue mode; Chancellor's claims of 'recovery'do not ring true for many. 111
Objections are made to company's plans. 486
Orthopaedic care at its best. 695
Pebbles, glass, sand ... I have seen worse surfaces. 556
Praise for 'outstanding' cancer care at Wansbeck. 618
Praise for hospital. 151
Proud star knows how region can pull together. 218
Public are encouraged to join trust. 113
Punch calls for debt deal support. 231
Raising 330,000 pints (or PS10,000) for RNLI. 222
Recovering economy. 123
Region will spearhead digital transformation. 249
Representing thecommunity. 474
Research reveals money worries in North East. 583
Restoration of heather keeps out the weather. 409
RNLI stalwart honoured for 65 years of service. 384
Running'cuts junk food cravings' Running'cuts junk food cravings' Running'cuts junk food cravings' Running'cuts junk food cravings'. 1427
Sevcon launch Chinese venture after sales soar; RESULTS. Financial report 408
Skater Parr doubles as Britain's number one fan. 606
Slow start to salmon fishing at Caistron; GAME ANGLING. 560
Software company soars after PS720,000 equity funding. 298
Special day for people to share their feelings. 164
Students on song to take part in mass choir. 146
Supporting women with specialist care. 566
Territory is key for the English to triumph at Murrayfield; THE RUGBY UNION UTTLEY ON RUGBY Playing in the right areas is vital. 864
Thanks to toddlers; Views of the North. 155
THE JOURNAL NORTH INDEX. 462
Tiote: De Jong has more than just goals; More to De Jong than goals - Tiote. 628
Tory MP picked again to fight for Hexham. 278
Townsend's not up for moving Hogg. 321
Tribunal verdict quashed. 275
Unconscious man found lying in street. 115
Utilitywise secures record PS23.8m contracts. 196
Vaniteux ready to confirm form at Doncaster. 604
Violin thief on prison recall after more thefts. 195
Visit was one-sided; Views of the North. 237
We must learn from Hoffman's tragic final act. 472
Why war doesn't have to be so hard on heritage; JOHN SADLER on the initiative developed in the North East that is helping to stop the world's treasures from becoming casualties of war. 680
Woods: Ski course Extremely good. 247
World champion has made his retirement plans; Hall aims to bow out with revenge. 440
YOUR MONEY Your money queries [...]. 637

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