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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (November 8, 2014)

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Title Author Type Words
'We'll not lose our Heed as third round's the goal'. 1008
A beauty from Birmingham. 304
A fine wine tradition; andrew campbell ON WINE. 725
A flesh view of eating meat; Meat may be the main subject of Tom Parker Bowles' new cookery book, Let's Eat Meat. But, as he tells Keeley Bolger, less is more where carnivores are concerned. 1283
Admiral expects to achieve profits. 298
ALBUMS. 500
Almasty joins the boom in brewing. 425
Amnesty on firearms is launched in Co Durham. 148
And a great new pub. 198
Appeal bid fails for PR supremo Max Clifford. 215
Aramist scent of Donny victory. 680
Are we all about to hang up on the landline? 103
Ask villagers about plans; Views of the North. 414
Bags of space on offer in townhouse. 131
BARMAN Tony Pearman is raising [...]. 255
BASKETBALL NETS PS1.18M. 150
Berlin before and after the fall of THEWALL. 651
Bird report shot down; Views of the North. 332
Blind veteran's march to remember fallen. 970
Blyth ready for a great occasion, SAYSWADE; FA CUP. 336
BMW 420 SE GRAN COUPE XDRIVE. 600
Bonfire call-outs down. 210
Bonfire night calls to police reduced. 191
Bottling up bounties of summer's hard labour; A Taste of the North with Michelin starred head chef James Close of the Raby Hunt Restaurant. 699
Bright careers in pipeline for school pupils. 179
Builder brings festive cheer. 403
Buoyant Attwood is powered by his 'dad strength'. 728
Burglary sees tools taken from garden. 135
Cabella has to toughen up to survive in England; THE PREVIEW: West Brom v Newcastle United Tomorrow, 1.30pm, live on Sky Sports 1 Adapting to the Premier League's physicality has been a difficult process for Newcastle United's France international Remy Cabella. Neil Cameron reports. 1193
Calling all music-lovers, it's festival ticket time. 161
Car vandals go on the rampage in Washington. 162
Cattermole's absence leaves a void. 282
Changing workplace affects pay, new study. 312
Charity bike ride marks World War II. 125
Christmas in autumn really dilutes the magic. 616
Citibase gets superfast first. 327
CITROEN C4 CACTUS FLAIR BLUE HDI 100. 644
Coming home for; Spoil the lady of the house or the lord of the manor with one of these stylish home gifts and you'll be sure of a warm welcome, says Sam Wylie-Harris. 794
Community cricket bid online to raise funds. 289
COMPANIES TODAY. 361
Connecting people to jobs in rural economy. 658
Contemporary home in rural setting. 136
Corrections & complaints. Correction notice 206
Creating a wonderful new community. 956
Cuts set to hit drive to keep people out of hospital. 771
DEAR SECRET DINER. 243
Death of respected magistrate. 161
Deaths. 685
Delightful cottage set in rural village. 116
Dementia courses are running for relatives. 147
Diamond can sparkle again in lucky last. 598
Diary. 263
Dirty Jane and the bishop's wife; The Duchess of Northumberland talks dirty cocktails, lethally indulgent chocolate, aphrodisiac marmalade and her joy that centuries-old foodie treasures from the Alnwick Castle archives are being enjoyed again. Jane Hall listened in. 1577
Downsize to escape woes of winter. 387
Durham bid bowled over with help. 230
Eagles hit heights as they sink the Sharks. 1396
EBAC NORTHERN LEAGUE. 595
ECB balance sheet increase brings positive shift; FTSE 100 MATTHEW WORTON Brewin Dolphin. 297
ECONOMY TODAY. 269
Enjoy a Story at Christmas. 371
External council review rejected. 257
Falcons want to feel the noise of the fans. 419
Fandango dances his way to a great win. 496
Fear as goods deficit hits a high. 369
Fenwick's window a hit with fans of all ages. 226
Filtronic sells shares to raise PS2.1m for products. 296
FREE PS3BET AT NEWMARKET TODAY! AT WINCANTON TODAY! 633
Free-for-all Friday as law firm hits high street. 196
FROM LITTLE BOOKS COME BIG FLAVOURS. 272
Germans make big fuss about our footie legacy. 483
Gillie helps give village church Breathing Space. 309
GOODWILLIE OR GUIDETTI; Tough call in game of the day. 584
Grade-A question of where to put new city centre offices. 594
Great gifts for gardeners. 404
GREYHOUNDS. 1475
Habitat reserve given cash boost. 229
Have a say in making local theatre. 135
Helping hand for those starting out; The property market is moving, but things remain tough for first-time buyers. Finance expert Simon Cox offers some expert advice to help those wanting to take a first step on to the property ladder. 691
Helping hand to make the move. 320
History can teach England - Johnson. 248
Home is well-placed for commuters. 147
Homeowners caught out by mortgage jargon. 549
HONDA CIVIC TOURER 1.8 i-VTEC SR. 551
HOW CAN YOU... PREPARE IF YOU'RE TRANSFERRING SAVINGS FROM A CHILD TRUST FUND TO A JUNIOR ISA? 184
I now know ... 438
I used to get so nervous... now I've grown up; Bulletproof singer La Roux talks to Marion McM cM c ulle Mulle M n ullen about change, touring and new confidence on stage. 778
I've spent a lot of time in the surfing world, now I want to open the door on it. 897
Idyllic spot is full of history. 1003
in the give housing, homemaker; In our series in which people in the North East property market give a personal view on homes, housing, the industry and more, homemaker meets Elspeth Charlton. 604
INFINITI Q50 2.0T SPORT AUTO. 624
Invitation for mechanics and garage owners. 247
It's a show of two halves for labouring Lee; Lee Evans has a new show on the road and brought it to Newcastle's Metro Radio Arena. KEIRAN SOUTHERN saw it. 325
It's been an ice life; They're one of British sport's most iconic duos, but life hasn't always been smooth skating for JayneTorvill and Christopher Dean, as Kate Whiting discovers skating for JayneTorvill and Christopher Dean, as. 1491
Karanka relishing top-two encounter; CHAMPIONSHIP PREVIEW. 436
King badly injured in freak accident; CYCLING. 235
Labour and stars gather in tribute. 117
Land Rover Discovery 3.0 SDV6 HSE Lux. 684
Legal firm advises biogas developers on major deal. 198
Light and lovely. 171
LINE OF THE WEEK. 175
Lung cancer awareness event; NORTH TODAY. 106
Magpies boss facing unwanted changes; United boss forced to make unwanted changes. 670
Making a right carry on out of mining life. 687
Making this event a huge success is a little slippery for Wearside. 409
Marshall believes All Blacks determined to win. 324
Martinez's Barkley joy. 194
McCain the man at Kelso. 293
McDowell still on course for victory. 271
MOBILE PHONES NOW ENTER THE WORLD OF PHOTOGRAPHY. 521
Moors cross Bridge again; EVO-STIK FIRST DIVISION NORTH. 281
Mortgage monitor; This week's best buys include... 293
MP criticised for backing new offshore wind farm. 450
Murray hopes for fans' backing; SPORT SHORTS TENNIS. 118
Name the Year. 261
Nerina's return is well worth the wait. 336
No Half measures, Leigh tells the Welsh. 430
Norovirus sufferers urged to stay at home. 164
NORTHERN ALLIANCE. 264
Nurse's novel way to combat stigma. 604
One in 10 home buyers would be spooked by the house number 13. 115
Open invitation to view wide range of homes. 418
PAUL LINFORD COLUMNIST. 737
Pensions: Save or splurge? Will you be splashing out on a Lamborghini with your pension pot next year? Vicky Shaw looks underneath the bonnet of the retirement savings revolution. 1626
PEUGEOT RCZ R. 644
PLAY PS10m PICK 7 COLOSSUSBETS GAME EVERY WEEK ... WITH MICHAEL OWEN. 229
Players net PS500 for club thanks to housebuilder. 395
Players send good wishes to paralysed elite runner. 200
Police raid uncovers allotment drug stash. 398
PORSCHE MACAN S. 741
pound notes. 304
Premier League club coaching children in South Africa. 255
Price ladder. 191
Prison row after 'snub' by bosses. 459
PRIVATE SIDNEY LewiS. 393
Protecting nature is good for our health, not just wildlife; Environment. 606
PS5000Search for racing's top tipster Search for racing's. 230
Putting us in the picture about war. 291
Puzzle for Poyet as he tries to get the best out of a struggling talent; Sunderland played a must-win game this week and decided not to give their most talented player a kick. Stuart Rayner asks why THE PREVIEW: Sunderland v Everton Tomorrow, 1.30pm. 984
Quakers not carried away; EVO-STIK FIRST DIVISION NORTH. 190
Quality and peace of mind guaranteed. 282
QUICKBITES. 368
Quiz of the Day. 167
REDS NEED A REAL LIFE; Euro show can give Brendan boost. 441
Reflect on what looks good; Amateur interior designer and hotel owner Janet Stansfield offers more thrifty tips for vintage glamour in the home. 747
Remember, remember fireworks safety. 387
Remembering the past - but looking to town's future... 713
Residents invited to meeting over school. 167
Respect for rivals, but focus on match. 349
REVIEWS. 934
Richie's out for fast track to Olympics. 622
Riverside apartment. 147
Robson's signed up for more at Lord's. 347
Rosberg gets upper hand on Hamilton; FORMULA ONE. 420
Royal visit to open new PS50m hospital. 303
Shining opportunity to buy a guesthouse. 203
Shock as body found in woods at country park. 253
Show me the money: guru on devolution. 471
Shows & Events A Beautiful victory completes no-hoper's rise to top. 512
Simply a great place to live. 183
Slack Falcons squander commanding position; THE MATCH: Newcastle Falcons 21 Cardiff Blues 22 LV= Cup. 929
Smoke, mirrors and EU rebates spark a storm. 383
Sow hardy peas now for a spring harvest. 164
Space legend Sy lands for sky auction. 602
SPORT ON TV. 457
Sports Direct's Debenhams move. 207
SsangYong Rexton W. 431
Standing order for Badger Ales; First Mohican can cut it on last day of Flat Irving's up to Elite company. 809
Start-ups are doing it for themselves; Crowdfunding has become an immensely popular way for people to raise capital and now, as it comes of age, a professional investment fund is asking for your money to re-invest in start-ups - exciting times indeed. 276
Stone-built home offers perfect blend of old and new. 174
Striker hints he could leave Baggies. 245
Stylish storage solutions; Every home needs places to store or display personal items. Claire Hornby takes a look at ways to clear the clutter. 430
Sweet dreams are made of this ... 611
Taste of Greek sunshine in Northumberland; The North East's most candid food critic - now writing every Saturday in The Journal. 922
Tendulkar writes off the chances of England win. 607
Tesco's town pledge after MP's campaign gains pace. 578
The berry best flavours; Forget those soggy, tasteless supermarket berries, these little homegrown gems can't fail to tickle your tastebuds. 634
The best of all worlds. 393
THE BOOKIES' VIEW. 440
The buck is passed and the poor suffer. 134
Time takes its toll on Burma vets' gathering. Brian Daniel North Northumberland reporter brian.daniel@ncjmedia.co.uk 532
Today's ABC Guide. 1640
TOMORROW'S TEAM NEWS. 176
Top award for skin care expert. 260
Top honour goes to super volunteer Gordon. 301
TOP TENS. 160
TOPTIPS MR FIXIT'SERGIO AGUERO, John. 120
Tunnel under Stonehenge; BRITAIN TODAY. 102
TV balloon goes up on region's glorious gardens. 383
Unions criticise as councils shun living wage plea; Town halls coming under increasing pressure over pay. 140
Unions press Labour-run councils to pay living wage. 679
University's UK first. 116
Vanity project so damaging; Views of the North. 320
View life from a village. 570
Volvo goes cross country. 570
Vote count is way off mark; Views of the North. 172
WEARSIDE LEAGUE. 253
WEEKEND BETTING. 492
WEEKEND DIARY. 768
WHAT TO DO THIS WEEK. 180
what's on the web. 185
Why Jose would not play role of the clown. 635
Wickham is urged to decide his future. 583
Woman stable after dramatic sea rescue. 111
Workers' sick days at all-time low. 295
YOU will have noticed something [...]. 324
Your chance to discover just how good local food can taste; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 292

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