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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (November 10, 2014)

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Title Author Type Words
'Industrial evolution' of PS30MTEAMVALLEY plan. 472
'Roads revolution' will include dualling of A1. 360
...And then there were three on tour. 297
A day Mason won't want to remember. 1199
A VIEW FROM THE GALLOWGATE. 394
AGM could go sky high with its tough 'wonder material'. 579
All Blacks defeat hard to swallow, says Brown; THE MATCH: England 21 New Zealand 24. 650
Architects take care to ensure hospice revamp; AWARDS COREENA FORD coreena.ford@ncjmedia.co.uk. 406
Authors share stories at pop-up celebration. 343
Bomb disposal team removes live shell from beach. 309
Britain's best start-up firm is out of the box; START UPS COREENA FORD coreena.ford@ncjmedia.co.uk. 561
Cameron puts A1 dualling at centre of plan for roads. 223
Campaigner gets backing from more gun victims. 186
Campbell and Ukip clash over migrant figures. 527
Carroll back; FOOTBALL SHORTS WEST HAM UNITED. 107
CBI wants low paid to feel benefit of growth; ECONOMY ALAN JONES business@ncjmedia.co.uk. 563
Charlie charge to work Magic. 269
COLUMNIST TOM GUTTERIDGE. 718
Conference with designs on big names. Conference news 193
Conflict still casts huge shadow; The nation will fall silent for an especially poignant Remembrance day tomorrow. One hundred years on, Dave Morton reflects on the early days of World War I - and their effect on the region. 754
Deaths. 374
Digital company aims for better gender balance. 229
Dog attack girl gets confidence on catwalk. 202
EBAC NORTHERN LEAGUE. 641
Employment gap falls to record low. 206
Event aims to help farmers plan for 2015; FARMING GRAEME WHITFIELD graeme.whitfield@ncjmedia.co.uk. 366
Friendly special for Forster; FOOTBALL SHORTS ENGLAND. 195
Galaxies research revealed. 128
Geremew is a runaway victor; SPORT SHORTS ATHLETICS. 128
Gritty victory which reveals so much more about United. 1214
HUGHES CROWNED TOP JOCKEY. 269
IN THE NEWS. 115
Karanka delighted with progress in his first year. 661
Labour MPs are 'having jitters'. 499
Laybourne happy to have even more on his plate. 941
Leaders with a track record; Views of the North. 310
LEWIS: MISTAKE PROVED COSTLY; MOTOR SPORT. 319
Lib Dems blasted over cash claims. 471
Man injured in mountain bike fall. 134
Man may have been hit by HGV; NORTH TODAY. 108
Man walked into bar...with bomb. 451
Manufacturers' PS30m fund chance. 294
McGuigan warns Falcons they can't afford to be soft. 672
Medical accountancy move ISTAYLOR-made for Keith Medical accountancy move ISTAYLOR-made for Keith Medical accountancy move ISTAYLOR-made for Keith Medical accountancy move ISTAYLOR-made for Keith; THE MONDAY INTERVIEW After years of working for others Keith Taylor took the plunge to set up his own firm - and it is already tripling expectations. He met COREENA FORD. 2094
Memorial one of finest in country. 664
Mike's faith being repaid as Pardew thanks owner; Pardew thanks Ashley, as owner's faith repaid in victories. 758
Mills hails hat-trick hero Robbie after Cup cruise. 494
Mission accomplished as stellar event raises funds. 530
Mother finds comfort in gifts of life. 133
Name the Year. 175
Neighbours hook up in technology project. 208
New boss to unveil Sainsbury's plans; FORECAST ROGER BAIRD. 887
None of the above, thanks; Views of the North. 511
NORTHERN ALLIANCE. 266
Osborne's devolution proposals under fire. 593
PAUL BRANNEN COLUMNIST. 765
Penalty award was fair, says Poyet; Spot kick decision was fair, says Poyet. 527
Pool heed cup warning to give Murray his first win. 602
Poppy tribute gets Facebook buzz. 196
Quakers continue to set the pace; EVO-STIK ROUND-UP. 325
Quiz of the Day. 167
REGIONAL ROUND-UP. 281
Right performance, wrong result for Cumbrians. 436
Sali's bid to alter sexist perception. 449
Spartans hopeful of more epic exploits; FA CUP. 392
Speaking out with confidence; Affected by disabilities, millions of people are unable to lead normal lives due to their conditions. But, as MICHAEL MARSH found out, you don't have to suffer in silence and a little bit of confidence goes a long way. 1333
Still earning less and the pay gap is getting bigger. 522
Success for engineering apprentices. 120
Swans' Gylfi and Gomis upset sluggish Gunners. 373
Take one small step into Baltic; CULTURE The latest big exhibition at Baltic will have you staring at the night sky, as DAVID WHETSTONE reports. 876
The start of something big? 137
There is no logic in wearing a poppy but not using your vote. 895
THEY SAID. 110
Too many are opting out; Views of the North. 265
Tributes to war dead are led by Lord Mayor. 454
TV CHOICE. 325
Victory lifts Borderers' confidence after poor run; Scottish League Two. 479
Watchdogs say college has plunged into turmoil. 562
We have turned corner - Seymour. 342
We must improve a lot, says Pochettino. 341
WEARSIDE LEAGUE. 277
Winners deserved bigger audience; CULTURE. 328
Woman bites face of attacker to get away. 205
Woman held on murder charge due in court. 179
World heritage site or wor heritage site? (and other thorny questions about who we think we are). 665

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