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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (June 24, 2014)

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Title Author Type Words
'King of Pop' remembered in live theatre show. 215
A banner for an injustice; EVENT A banner recalling a particularly grim aspect of the First World War will be on parade at this year's Durham Miners' Gala. Ken Smith explains its history and significance. 642
A celebration of confiscation. 380
A choral tribute to rescued miners. 220
A chorus of approval for return of a classic. 302
A green approach to quality. 620
Anger as travellers set up camp on footy pitch. 516
Asos resumes trading after huge blaze. 222
Baroque 'n' roll; A band built on myths and named after a Celtic god are starting a new chapter. Sam Wonfor gets acquainted with By Toutatis. 692
Barry Haywood FINAL SAY; 55, actor. 783
Battle over county's rail links is stepped up. 449
Bedlington goes Big on family fun. 522
Bell expects to suffer a defeat. 742
Black Cats set to up bid FORWILLIAMS; Defender on radar of Cats. 382
Boutique home store continues to grow; RETAIL. 358
Brit pack want to be as good as Andy. 239
Burglars steal bike and laptop; NORTH TODAY. 103
Burns' ambition; SPORT SHORTS BOXING. 140
Clooney next for governor? Views of the North Views of the North 24/06/14 Write to: Letters, The Journal, Groat Market, Newcastle, NE1 1ED Email: Letter to the editor 258
Collector's nautical 'loot' under hammer at auction. 420
Contrast sleeve polo top, from PS20; bikini; Kit out your fashion locker with this summer's athletic aesthetic. Lisa Haynes reveals how to win points with a sporty look. 434
Crisis?What crisis? So who's right about future of prisons? 942
Cyclists may hold the key. 126
DANIEL BUREN; Catch as catch can: works in situ 11 July - 12 October 2014. 504
Deaths. 371
Don't fall for empty words; Views of the North Views of the North 24/06/14 Write to: Letters, The Journal, Groat Market, Newcastle, NE1 1ED Email: Letter to the editor 106
Ex-police trainer wins PS465,000 for tsunami trauma. 573
Festival makes welcome return. 302
Filtronic set to report loss for financial year; electronics. Financial report 420
First court appearance for student. 128
Flashback to the '50s. 357
Food to add to the heat of summer; EATING OUT Fired up by the World Cup, a sunny day and a teenager with a birthday to celebrate, David Whetstone headed for a Mexican restaurant at the very heart of Newcastle's historic Graingertown. 947
Food with a view such a delight; After a hard day's painting, artist Charles Evans heads for a Northumbrian inn with a view to satisfy his mounting hunger pangs. 1143
Full steam ahead; MUSIC Brass: Durham International Festival boasts several world premieres this year including a 'multi-media opera' in honour of a locomotive. David Whetstone talks about it to composer John Kefala-Kerr. 992
Future's bright insists Smalling; BRAZIL SHORTS ENGLAND. 107
Ghost writer; Former Black Crowes guitarist Marc Ford has embraced a quieter life, but is finding time to fly into Gateshead for Summertyne, as Sam Wonfor discovers MUSIC. 563
Glass in the Garden; ART A collaboration between National Glass Centre and The Alnwick Garden is inviting us all to combine our creative and lung capacity skills, all in the name of public art. Sam Wonfor explains. 383
Glories of Rome; EXHIBITION Glittery Roman treasures unearthed from the mud near the Tyne nearly 150 years ago are returning home for a visit in an exhibition which promises to be a highlight of the summer, says Barbara Hodgson. 699
Hayfever hell in the sun. 133
Hazard backing struggling Lukaku. 254
Head's trial begins. 153
Health is a weighty issue for Grundfos. 193
Hendo:We will come back stronger. 244
High school gets new head teacher. 132
History in all its glory; A stunning and nationally significant new exhibit will be unveiled in July as part of Auckland Castle's Power and Glory Tudor exhibition. Jane Hall has the details EXHIBITION. 698
Hoppings demonstrates our determination to create something unique. 579
Huge dispersal sale set to draw overseas buyers; SALE. 681
Illumine; BIG PICTURE. 112
Index drops after strong week of trading peaks; FTSE 100. 783
It's one that was made earlier; A blend of youth and experience should smooth the path along the Yellow Brick Road. DAVID WHETSTONE talks to musical theatre star Eileen Glenton. 843
Jersey Boys head North with smash hit show. 260
Last thing England need now is Harry's games. 610
Leaders warn over new transport snub. 564
Literary landscapes; BOOKS He traded swimming pools in Hollywood for northern moorland but Benjamin Myers has benefited creatively, as Laura Fraine finds out. 843
London weighting. Editorial 290
look of the week. 150
More staff should get living wage, report urges. 291
Mortgage approvals squeezed; economy. 400
Motor giant secures 1,200 jobs with new van. 208
Mullins is hoping for success in the Plate. 429
Murray off to a flier in defence of Wimbledon singles title. 610
New contract wins for technology company. 218
North universities score well for low crime rates. 486
Opposed to new takeaway; Views of the North Views of the North 24/06/14 Write to: Letters, The Journal, Groat Market, Newcastle, NE1 1ED Email: Letter to the editor 266
Osborne says we need a Boris to fight our corner. 138
Osborne: You need a Boris to get you on the fast track. 807
Pack it in; The flights are booked so it's time to think about what to wear on holiday. From lazy beach days to romantic dinners, Dinah Turner has got all the outfits you'll need. 414
Perfect picnics. 2241
Pioneering approach to tackling rail disorder. 238
PM appalled at Egyptian crackdown on journalist. 437
Post Office move anger; Views of the North Views of the North 24/06/14 Write to: Letters, The Journal, Groat Market, Newcastle, NE1 1ED Email: Letter to the editor 224
Printers make their mark at pottery hub; EXHIBITION Memories of the Maling Pottery must linger in the fabric of the old building which is now part of the Hoults Yard creative hub in Newcastle. As David Whetstone reports, North East artists exhibiting there during the International Print Biennale have felt the vibes Newcastle. As David Whetstone reports, North East artists exhibiting there during the International Print Biennale have. 1323
Project could change many lives for good. 368
Promising to offend; Northern Stage's trip north of the border will see a debut run for a new play by David Ireland which does exactly what says on the title tin. Sam Wonfor reports THEATRE. 534
Q&A Q&A Q&A Q&A. 249
Queen's choir first for festival; Classical gems and choral favourites might be joined by a rock number from Nirvana at this year's Brinkburn Music Festival. David Whetstone previews the programme CLASSICAL. 634
Quiz of the Day. 174
Record year for Simply Bows and Chair Covers; SAlES. 372
Reflecting talent; The summer holiday looms and many young people will have time on their hands. Why not enter the Port of Tyne Reflect Awards? Some pupils have been honing their creative skills in school. 539
Revolution revealed; Our industrial heritage makes its presence felt in a new exhibition which announces itself with clatters and bangs in a soundtrack from the factory floor. Barbara Hodgson discovers how Turner Prize-winning artist Jeremy Deller explores the influence of The Industrial Revolution on our lives today. 507
Ronaldo is committed to the cause. 225
SCA still one of the world's most ethical firms. 214
Service to help war veterans announced. 729
Service to help war. 396
Shriek can still be chic; FASHION Eighties fashion designer Paul Shriek has spent the past decade in the theatre but this summer he's stepping out from behind the red curtain for a return to the catwalk. Sam Wonfor explains. 847
Spain end sorry campaign on a victorious note. 311
Springfield's motoring after franchise sales; MOTORS. 369
Stephenson celebrated; Broadway and West End actors will tread the boards with schoolchildren this month to mark a very special anniversary for one of the world's most famous Geordies. Sam Wonfor reports. 611
Stills arrive at region's newest distillery. 201
Stokes' timely reminder to England camp; THE MATCH: Durham v sussex, day two. 2007
Striking a blow for the set-piece specialist United desperately need; The World Cup has reminded us that Newcastle's lack of a set-piece specialist can be damaging, writes Mark Douglas. 858
style files style files style files style files. 352
Summer holiday special; 10 THINGS. 1510
Summer smoothie; Banish stubble-trouble. Lisa Haynes reveals the best methods for fuzz-free confidence. 647
Sunderland full of characters . . 129
Tax burden often hits medium-sized businesss hardest; Dianne Sharp. 455
The biggest move of their lives; This weekend, 20 people are being ordained as priests and deacons in the Diocese of Durham at ceremonies to be staged at Durham Cathedral. LINDA CAMERON takes a look at their diverse backgrounds. 1641
The loudest and the proudest; High summer will see the biggest Newcastle Pride festival yet with action on two sites over three days. Here we offer a mere taste of the action. 363
THEATRE Dad's the word; An improviser by trade, Ian Mclaughlin has stepped out of his comfort zone for his latest on-stage project... and written a script. Sam Wonfor talks to him. 616
Top officer is named in crime battle. 128
Uni research team invited to launch of Google Glass. 582
United's hefty price tag to ward off Krul bidders. 390
Visitors put North on the back foot. 530
Wimbledon software to be showcased at centre. 338
Win proves a top result for the flying Dutchmen. 593
Win would put a real Spring in Cumani's step; Saraband. 566
Woman left with facial injuries by bag thief. 182
York: Falcons to benefit from summer stability. 523
Youngsters learn about engineering. 113
Youngsters to make splash at swim gala. 154

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