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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (January 28, 2014)

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Title Author Type Words
10 THINGS... Stomp into 2014 with great shows. 917
15 arrested as police investigate claims girls were raped. 915
15 arrested on conspiracy to rape young girls. 193
A double dose of choral loveliness. 322
Alexander say hello; NEW MUSIC. 842
All set for a winner; CELEBRATION The Year of the Horse is approaching at a gallop so expect a grand Chinese New Year in Newcastle and, as Barbara Hodgson reports, there are prizes up for grabs this time alongside its "mane" attractions. 598
An important few days lie ahead for Newcastle; THE PREVIEW: Norwich City v Newcastle United Tonight, 7.45pm Norwich City are the opponents tonight but for Newcastle thoughts are already on Friday's transfer deadline and the days beyond, reports Mark Douglas. 1213
Ballet company's fairytale comeback. 416
Beamish's Land Army project reaps rewards. 315
Beatles book is to be launched in county. 220
Best of North's writers on show; BOOKS The Read Regional 2014 campaign launches this month, introducing new and established authors. Laura Fraine makes the introductions. 603
BIG PICTURE. 159
Black Cats taking legal advice over Di Canio. 413
Blue half of Liverpool is no longer in the shadow. 725
Brain drain hits region as graduates head off. 608
Branding consultancy sets up overseas base; EXPANSION. 408
Brendan Healy; FINAL SAY. 758
Bright times in the dark at Kielder. 545
CABARET A tale of the unexpected; Combine the talents of a national opera company, a cult band and a former Royal Ballet dancer and what do you get? The answer, as Barbara Hodgson discovers, lies in darkness. 699
Cabaye wants to join PSG, club told. 876
Cats want Scocco and Phil deals; Sunderland plan talks with cup hero Bardsley. 614
Chauffeur firm goes national with partners. 167
Collusion of colours; ART. 1125
COLUMN MY IPOD; Craig Puranen Wilson. Column 272
COLUMNIST. 821
CONTENTS; INSIDE. 196
Could power firms frack without your permission? 328
Cozy spot for a lazy lunchtime; Fine dining artist Charles Evans takes his brushes and a healthy appetite to Cramlington and The Snowy Owl. 1079
CULTURE CHOICE. 113
Dancing star pops into curry house. 195
Economic data expected to show growth. 271
Falcons' boss hails local talent base. 240
FIRST SAY. 352
Food news. 548
Forum research shows growing confidence; ENTREPRENEURS. 317
Fred Talbot on historic sex abuse charges. 435
Free parking will be costly; Views of the North. 477
Fuel station raided for third time in two years. 211
Gang stole PS1m of parts from Nissan. 610
Garden gate's a masterpiece; Views of the North. 329
Giles:Time for tough decisions. 677
Google acquires UK tech start-up. 117
Group wins contract to deliver SME programme; CONTRACT. 477
Hair guru Nicky for the ski jump INTV challenge. 171
Hitting the right note; THEATRE Barbara Hodgson celebrates a Durham-bound modern classic about a fight for love during a time of war. 627
Holocaust memory kept alive across the North East. 622
Home Secretary: Police cuts won't hinder probe. 471
Hot summer sparks a busy time for lifeboats; Baby girl christened on lifeboat. 722
Hovis to get PS200m investment. 179
How to lose a dressing room in three months; DON HUTCHISON @donhutch4. 1183
Hughton is hoping that new recruits will flock to Canaries. 403
Inexperience isn't a barrier for Lancaster. 292
It's game-on in Teesside; Games, films, workshops, talks ... ooh, it's all enough to animate the very worst sufferer of the February blues. Barbara Hodgson checks out this year's Animex line-up. 793
Karanka still keen to add more firepower. 629
Komatsu UK completes PS25m order. 115
Large rises for managers are unlikely this year. 195
Loan pair in Hartlepool contention; LEAGUE ONE. 274
Make-up for lost time; Set your stopwatch. Lisa Haynes reveals the best of the insta-glam products promising results in minutes. 509
Map your co-ordinates; The two-piece has undergone a dramatic 2014 makeover. Lisa Haynes is seeing double with matching co-ords. 343
Masterclass with the maestros; CLASSICAL Big names of the present and future in classical music will be honing skills in the North East in coming weeks. David Whetstone looks at a Samling bonanza of masterclasses and performances. 759
Member of star's family sold stories about him. 533
Memories of an artist revisited; ART A major new exhibition has put artist Dame Laura Knight back in the spotlight. David Whetstone meets her biographer, Teesside-based Barbara Morden. 1035
Mining a rich seam of humour; COMEDY It's possible that Seymour Mace made history when he became the first comedian-in-residence at a museum in Northumberland. Sam Wonfor talks to him about finding laughs underground. 988
Minister levels with Somerset people over floods. 214
Music and film store proving a hit. 121
Name the Year. 276
New service will help to ease pain for millions of families. Editorial 952
New technology could spell the end for turbines. 455
Newton Aycliffe receive RFU visit. 237
Ngog returns to the top-flight; FOOTBALL SHORTS SWANSEA CITY. 139
Nissan puts North East on world map. 415
Packaging firm invests in warehouse upgrade. 324
Paintballing plan leads to objections by ministry. 220
Parents' campaign to get crossing near school. 146
PENSION PERKS TO TARGET VOTERS IN NORTHUMBERLAND. 148
Pick up a plate . . and get stuck in; Fancy cake before your main course or chips with your chapli kebab? David Whetstone on the delights of Aneesa's Buffet Restaurant in Newcastle. 883
Plan for place on inward investment supply chains. 471
PM's 'historic moment' for region's small firms; SMALL BUSINESS. 406
Popcorn-makers focus on marketing matters; FUNDING. 556
Quenching a thirst for classic tales; READERS' LIVESQuenching. 783
Restaurant to create more than 120 jobs. 231
RESULTS AND GREYHOUNDS. 1151
Sage bookings benefit community programmes. 202
Savour flavour of romance. 444
Scoring with the fans; EXHIBITION For over 130 years we've been there through the exhilarating highs and exhausting lows, so it seems only right that for a new exhibition about Newcastle United Football Club we were all invited to pitch in with our own take on what it's meant in our city and our lives. Now, with the long-awaited Toon Times about to kick off, Barbara Hodgson scores the exhibits. 923
Search for the unsung heroes of our landscapes. 219
Six Nations shaping up as Europe's finest ready to do battle. 875
SIX PLAYERS TO WATCH. 180
SMEs moving back into flood-damaged centre. 247
Some like it hot at Life. 487
Sparkling memories; ON THE BOTTLE HELEN SAVAGE. 604
Spotlight on region's dancers; DANCE. 689
Spring into action; Bored of dark winter gear? Take a look at the new-season staples hitting stores - they''ll take your mind off the weather! By Amber Graafland. 335
Stay - and start a business. Editorial 134
style files. 214
Supermarket loyalty to UK farmers 'shortlived' BEEF. 466
Taking real steps into world of dance; Some of the region's most nimble students are stepping out on tour, as DAVID WHETSTONE reports. 692
Taste of America. 1333
Taunton's testing ground will suit Tin Pot Man well. 630
Tea merchant brewing up a six-figure deal. 196
Thank you for the music; Street performers have been providing the soundtrack to citydwellers'lives for years. Whether it be classical string arrangements or electric guitar, the eclectic mix of buskers dotted around Newcastle's streets serve to liven up the city. RUTH LAWSON delves into the world of the busker. 925
Thatcher no fan of ballots; Views of the North. 132
THE JOURNAL NORTH INDEX. 460
The Sound of Simon; THEATRE The story behind Simon and Garfunkel is being brought to the stage - all set to their legendary soundtrack of course. Sam Wonfor talks to Dean Elliott who plays the the first half of the legendary duo. 651
THINGS I LEARNED THIS WEEK. 150
TODAY'S TEAM NEWS. 169
Trash TV from Channel 4; Views of the North. 321
TRIED& TESTED. 192
Tyne running once more; THEATRE. 953
Underperforming FTSE hit by investor concern; FTSE 100. 312
United dressing room would cope if Cabaye left. 354
Valentine's poetry with a difference. 406
Vehicles damaged by vandals. 125
Villagers put THEIRTRUST in plan for pub. 503
Wales are leaving door open for Warburton. 242
Warm welcome; FOOTBALL SHORTS MANCHESTER UNITED. 103
Warning to coalition in chase for 'grey votes'. 472
We are in a fight, admits Kavanagh. 261
Welcome for new figures on higher education. 403

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