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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (May 27, 2014)

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Title Author Type Words
[]'- PQRS Name [...]. 286
10 THINGS... not to miss. 1302
A fine body of work. 488
A passion for the specific; One of the North East's most innovative festivals returns in June. David Whetstone sets the scene for the third International Print Biennale PRINT. 760
A-Belco believes that home is best. 447
Accident risk warning for young drivers. 144
An explosion of A-Belco exports. 507
Andrey out to serve up punishment to Andy in first round. 794
Anthony Sargent; FINAL SAY General director, Sage Gateshead, 64. 735
Art echoes life in tale of musician; An intense play with just two characters invites inevitable comparison with real life events. DAVID WHETSTONE talks to the director of Duet For One. 867
Art Tour returns ART; If it's June it must be the Art Tour. David Whetstone looks at the annual artistic blossoming and talks to first-time particpant Jina Gelder. 926
Beamish set to get PS10m - now see them make history. 135
Better booths get my vote; Views of the North. 156
Birthday wish OFTOWN's chairman has come true; SKY BET LEAGUE 2 PLAY OFF FINAL. 693
Brewery launches first ever training scheme. 188
Broken arm led to gran's Brazil death. 125
Brought back to life; ATTRACTION From a multi-media throne to bishop biscuit decorating and family games on the lawn, there's something for everyone at County Durham's Auckland Castle this May half-term, says Jane Hall. 790
C2C fundraisers mark 20 years of cycle route. 514
Cheese race winner's in a pickle. 188
Clydesdale the champion of champions at County Show; Show. 282
College director to build on business links. 173
COLUMN; MY IPOD. Column 322
Come to a little party - and bring a friend. 350
Compulsory vote needed; Views of the North. 150
CONTENTS; JUNE. 201
CULTURE CHOICE. 101
CULTURE CHOICE. 113
Deaths. 182
Denise keeps on shining; When Five Star were enjoying their heyday (right), Sam Wonfor was doing each and every dance move with them. Unsurprisingly, she needed no persuading to have a chat with lead sibling Denise Pearson, who is getting used to going solo on stage MUSIC. 1041
Do you want to know a secret? Four plays in a fortnight from a dynamic London theatre company is just part of the June offer at Northern Stage. David Whetstone talks to director Sean Holmes about Secret Theatre. 1347
Do your homework on smarter working; BETH FARHAT. 494
Durham looking to John Wayne for rescue; THE MATCH: Nottinghamshire v Durham, Day Two. 1148
Ex-Magpies to celebrate Joe Harvey's epic triumph. 227
EXHIBITION Art of glass; Barbara Hodgson is invited to meet the artists behind a major summer exhibition which shows glass in all its forms, except perhaps how most people would imagine. 685
EXHIBITIONS REVEAL IMPACT ON HOME FRONT. 490
Export stars glitter at awards THE WINNERS. 454
Farage sets sights on Westminster after poll triumph. 832
FIRST SAY. 347
Forty killed as express train crashes in India. 305
France star Moussa has set sights on big displays from Bleus. 682
Froch raring to get at Groves; SPORT SHORTS BOXING. 127
From gap in the market to filling the skills gap From gap in the market; THE TUESDAY INTERVIEW On leaving school for an apprenticeship, becoming a founder director of an international consultancy was another world away for Desco MD Paul Marshall. Here he tells ROBERT GIBSON why now, more than ever, we need greater opportunities for our future engineers. 2674
Getting stalked; Matt Stalker and Fables launch their second carefully crafted album this month. Sam Wonfor takes in tea with their leading man NEW MUSIC. 783
Girls celebrate Brownie birthday. 107
Glanbia's great performance. 430
Graduate plans return trip to Africa. 137
Hello sunshine; Bring a touch of summer into your wardrobe with zesty lemon or soft buttercup shades. Team them with white accessories for a fresh seasonal look. 739
History comes alive. Editorial 142
Hot stuff; Lisa Haynes selects styles to suit every shape under the sun. 563
Illegal workers arrested. 761
Injury could cost Costa Brazil spot. 255
Instrumental in export excellence. 394
Internet skills 'can help solve loneliness in over-65s'. 332
IS EU really worth it? Views of the North. 303
It's no-go on Gomis as United look elsewhere; No-go on Gomis as search is switched. 573
Ivan deserves highest praise; Views of the North. 116
Jamie's welcome return; It's all go at Jamie's Italian as David Whetstone renews acquaintance - sort of - with the famous TV chef in Newcastle city centre EATING OUT. 1323
JoinThe Journal team. 307
Junction's cracking crackling; Fresh from a working tour of the country, Charles Evans looked for a spot of relaxation along the road in Northumberland Evans looked for a spot of relaxation along the. 584
Keeping it real; READERS' LIVES Louise Ridley, senior lecturer in criminology at Northumbria University, is one of the speakers at Crime Story, a festival for crime writers and readers*. She talks about some of the titles and authors that have impressed her. 708
Kettles and cake slices at the ready; There's not much that a cup of tea and slice of cake can't solve, so get yourself down to the Tea & Cake Planet to EAT! and drink your troubles away. 701
Krivoy Rog; BIG PICTURE. 121
Lancashire reach highest total yet; COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP REVIEW. 563
Language business is relaunched. 190
Larsson hinting at stay on Wearside; Larsson could be keen on Cats stay. 548
look of the week. 256
Looking at life in the leaves. 580
Looking for a lot of bottle; Beamish's Jim Rees loves to talk Codd's Wallop. And he wouldn't mind us saying so - especially as he has a special appeal for Culture readers. 597
Maria's now found her feet on clay. 259
Millard leads new music festival. 342
Moving forward with Evolution. 422
Murder-suspect granted bail after body is found. 463
New dad's shame after bus [...]. 130
Now they're really doing the business; Six years on from being European Capital of Culture, Liverpool will be a city of business as it hosts the biggest exhibition of commerce the UK has seen for more than half a century. GRAEME WHITFIELD reports. 1302
O'Shea:We must be more ruthless. 270
Parties just won't ever agree; UKIP called it an"earthquake"and political commentators struggled to disagree. Here PETER TROY reviews the election from a Eurosceptic viewpoint while RON BEADLE makes the liberal argument. 905
Pistorius set for psychiatric tests. 256
Port exhibits at industry conference in Antwerp. Conference news 135
PR boss fulfils dream of floating firm in the city; AGENCY. 349
Property market boost for B&Q; FORECAST. 927
PS300,000 investment for training. 107
Q&A. 187
Quiz of the Day. 148
Radio show's regional role; Rob Barnes, who writes about classical music for The Journal and presents Classical NE1fm, introduces himself and explains some of his musical preferences CLASSICAL. 1195
Realrider raises profile with tyre partnership. 166
Revenues rise 11% at Newcastle law firm; LAW. 449
Rodgers signs new deal at Liverpool. 253
Root keen to win over loyal faithful. 414
Russia will speak to new Ukraine head. 132
Sembcorp restructures following major losses; RESULTS. 470
Singer has star qualities. 116
Smells like summer; Switch to a lighter scent for heatwave season. Lisa Haynes rounds up this summer's limited edition fragrances. 515
So what was wor life like? A project exploring the North East during the Great War era is underway thanks to a series of exhibitions, events and activities. Grace Scott reports EXHIBITION. 596
SOLO team sails towards top spot. 429
Stark decision after shock loss; FOOTBALL SHORTS SCOTLAND U21S. 127
Story of our very own Lady Sybil's work as a nurse. 440
style files. 326
STYLIST. 569
Sun shines down on a perfect family day out. 385
Tale of terror; A Durham student has proved her ability to chill the blood with debut novel The Quick. Laura Fraine talked to author Lauren Owen BOOKS. 687
TASTE CLUB. 504
THE ELECTION ON TWITTER; Election news is broken on Twitter first and few people were as busy as our Regional Affairs correspondent ADRIAN PEARSON. Here are some of his tweets from the last few days. 311
The EU is a good state because it is an unpopular state. 742
The future is the 1950s as Beamish targets PS10m grant. 1018
THE PAINTING. 440
THE TEAM. 183
They're just jesting. 1037
THIS WEEK AT A GLANCE. 409
Tottenham in talks with Pochettino. 223
Trade minister pledges support for SMEs looking to export. 559
Training boss plans to treble apprentice intake; APPRENTICES. 381
Training course leads to new career for Barbara. 242
TRIED& TESTED; ABI JACKSON attempts to lose inches in 60 minutes flat with a wrap treatment. 253
Turn fire on those who make mistakes, not who points them out. 990
Visiting old friends; ON THE BOTTLE HELEN SAVAGE. 617
Vunipola England test depends on his results. 678
Warm-up for the World Cup; !Vamos! festival is back and with it, surely, will come the sun. David Whetstone talks to co-director Nik Barrera and looks at some treats which are definitely in store FESTIVAL. 1013
Which craft? Textiles, glass and ceramics converge in a new exhibition set to delight the crafty ones among us. Sam Wonfor reports EXHIBITION. 466
World premiere for Brass festival; BRASS is back! Jenny Chambers checks out a festival programme that promises a blast of summer. 577
Yanga-Mbiwa's cautionary tale is one that United must learn from; THE AGENDA: What does this potential sale say about Newcastle's transfer strategy? Newcastle United have a big decision to make on Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa, argues chief sports writer Mark Douglas. 1050

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