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

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Title Author Type Words
'Apprenticeships are the future' APPRENTICES. 410
5 OF THE BEST; Ways to avoid late-night nibbles. 638
A squalid betrayal; Views of the North. 308
Abbie dreams of career working with livestock; CATTLE. 465
Allams tell Hull City:We have nothing left to give. 553
Altec Engineering in PS1.5m expansion plan. 300
Ambassador visit strengthens Swedish links. 221
Apprentices boost town's economy by PS1.4m. 380
Arrest after two stabbed. 105
Arrogant English image will motivate THEWELSH. 808
Artwork fills office with colours of the rainbow. 545
Attack on the poor; Views of the North. 209
Aussies spoil Smith farewell; SPORT SHORTS CRICKET. 123
Bale turns up the heat on Iceland to seal victory. 283
Banks Group boosts profits by 73% to PS11m; ACCOUNTS. 411
BBC3 to go in shake-up. 417
Buyout at marketing business Press Ahead. 224
Celebration of innovation; awards. 790
COLUMNIST. 638
COLUMNIST. 695
Construction and property jobs boom. 145
Crash girl, 4, critical. 125
DAY IN THE LIFE OF AN APPRENTICE: ALEX FIFE. 562
Deaths. 593
Don't hide from heartburn; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 489
Drivers and company bosses appear in court. 541
Dummett emerging as threat to Santon. 654
Durham's spirit will test Rushworth. 244
Edmund ready to bounce back in Carlisle Chase; Saraband. 590
Folk 'treated like animals'. 419
French to overcome the Scots. 356
Futile bid for inquiry; Views of the North. 217
Gatland psyched up to face England. 423
Get real on Europe; Views of the North. 470
Getting down to business. Editorial 140
Google aims to boost city businesses. 130
Heaton put on pressure; NON-LEAGUE. 187
HS2 set to be an election issue. 432
In advertising, anything goes. 212
It's great Scott who bags the winner. 281
Jobs joy as lighting firm relocates to North East; MANUFACTURING. 365
Joe proved to be Root cause of England's win. 894
Kitwave acquires Eden Farm. 113
Lambing day date revealed. 111
Last chance to enter. 571
Lecturer tells of fears for Ukraine. 486
LeVell takes a break from Corrie. 183
Lightweight showdown postponed; BOXING. 211
Liverpool won't face break-even UEFA test. 320
Lloyds boss set for PS900,000 shares; BANKING. 447
Long goal not enough for Republic. 215
LOW RATES MOVE; ECONOMY TODAY. 108
MARKET UPDATE. 399
Michael Chaplin's celebration of storytelling flows on. 432
MP vows to fight for the jobs at town offices. 237
Mullins is keeping his bases covered. 454
NAME THE YEAR. 281
New arrival signifies Poyet's control; director of footballa fillip for Cats boss. 596
New kit for historic club. 162
NFU tells Chancellor key wishes for Budget. 279
North East's new super council is given the green light. 567
Northern put up good fight against the Azzurri. 307
Oscars show British films are truly out of this world. 216
Parents in support of pioneering approach. 239
Patients 'let down' by the NHS. 845
Pistorius ad must be pulled, says watchdog. 438
Plans to face the toughest scrutiny. 428
Politicians aren't swaying your view on Scotland; Scotland has never been more in the news as the country heads towards a referendum on independence. ADRIAN PEARSON looks at the view of the Union. 874
Prints could date back 7,000 years. 376
Professor retiring after seven years. 502
PS38m cuts passed as council faces protests. 354
Putting a fine point on your pain; Some 2.3 million acupuncture treatments are carried out each year in the UK, making it one of the most popular complementary therapies around. Abi Jackson feels the benefits for herself. 3051
Red Devils' defensive rock will join Inter in summer. 632
Redmond strike enough to secure win over rivals. 656
Region needs this so that it can punch its weight, says minister. 523
Rejected bids helped the Hoops, says McCann. 313
Residents' joy as two turbine bids defeated. 502
Ron's return can revive ailing McLaren - Button. 461
SARABAND'S SELECTIONS. 118
Scholes accuses FA of double-standards over Adam. 345
Securing the future of engineering; In the midst of both National Apprenticeship Week and the Journal's Proud to Back Apprenticeships campaign, ROBERT GIBSON speaks to management and young people at engineering firm Siemens about why it's worth investing in skills training for the workforce of the future. 1469
Shares rise as Admiral Group release results; FTSE 100. 315
Show that you are the best among your competitors. 428
SPORT TODAY. 181
Strong growth reported in services sector. 253
Sturridge on hand to pierce gloom of dull Wembley night; THE MATCH: England 1 Denmark 0. 784
Swimming changed my life; Losing weight can help to add years to your life. Health Reporter HELEN RAE speaks to one woman who is encouraging others to slim down after she battled the bulge for a better quality of life. 1222
Tales come to life at World Book Day event. 176
Telling a big story in a small space; When Kate Craddock first heard the story of Gertrude Bell, she was astounded no one had told it on stage before... until she began her research. Sam Wonfor explains. 763
Tories 'would encourage more city mayors'. 386
Twelvetrees prepares for battle of his life against battering ram Roberts. 554
Tyne total is lowest count on record; GAME ANGLING. 547
We're getting our big chance - let's use it; Combined authority to go ahead. 102
Who is going to blink first? 638
YES VOTE 'RISK' ECONOMY TODAY. 121
YOUR MONEY Your money queries are answered by Trevor Clark, Director of Rutherford Wilkinson Ltd, Chartered Financial Planners. 674

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