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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (October 30, 2014)

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Title Author Type Words
112 not out for Salvation Army; NORTH TODAY. 103
A big fuss about nothing; Views of the North. 436
Academics to lead pharmacy trials. 150
Academics' action over pensions to hit students. 552
Adoption Service event; Views of the North. 291
Anti-wind farm group is barred from exhibition. 547
Apology issued over University paper front page. Correction notice 559
Ashton's input will not spark upheaval; RUGBY UNION. 279
Auckland bossed by Whickham; NON-LEAGUE ROUND-UP. 257
Bank will have lots of interest from art world. 690
Be Sweet on Pastille. 292
Bird of prey persecution shame. 365
Brilliant United win against all the odds. 1310
British father fears for life of third son in Syria. 329
Carroll's eager to play big part in Europe push. 268
Charities launch Ebola appeal; BRITAIN TODAY. 112
Civic centre set to be demolished. 137
Council in legal highs crackdown. 539
Council-run bus plan offers better value: Creagh. 490
Deaths. 222
Eagles' Matthew ready to be trusted; BASKETBALL. 400
Easy move up World Bank list to eight for UK. 273
Engines proposal a waste of money; FORMULA 1. 419
England should be on Kangaroo hunt - Offiah. 692
Equal pay is still 81 years away. 655
Examining North East identity; What is it about the North East that makes you who you are? TONY HENDERSON reports on an event which seeks to provide the answers. 1053
Four-month ban over alleged jibe at female ref. 189
Fraudsters pretend to be police to steal savings. 177
Fresh bid launched to keep teenagers at school. 489
FTSE makes gains amid Federal Reserve hopes. 318
Giving teenagers a reason to get up. Editorial 152
go nuts over snacks. 471
Golden girl Halsall sets British butterfly record; SWIMMING. 121
Greggs join pay code board. 650
Halloween events are cancelled. 131
Healthy outlook for North East business. 182
Hi-tech jobs arrive at City's Science Central. 535
Irvine will not back down on protecting Berahino. 670
Keep private firms out of the service - probation union. 496
Let's hear it for the 'boys' who are reunited; Trade descriptions act concerns aside, there's a lucky number of 'boy' bands en route to flood Tyneside with nostalgic hysteria. SAM WONFOR - who is too old to get excited by this pop crop by the way - offers a preview. 463
Lewinsky's "troll" claim is spectacularly tasteless. 229
May hits out at alarming child grooming report. 635
McIlroy to miss China events but money list lead is safe. 653
More roadworks ahead. 298
Murray's cruise; SPORT SHORTS TENNIS. 134
Murs the merrier on Tyne visit. 165
Name the Year. 274
Newcastle firm lands Gates fund cash FORTB test device; BIOTECH. 622
ON Thursday night I was [...]; COLUMNIST. 723
Parochial approach; Views of the North. 130
Pat: Cats must move on from defeats; Van Aanholt targets a win at Palace. 427
Plan puts Sabic back in profit; CHEMICALS. 633
Quiz of the Day. 129
Red card for the match Red card for the match official who broke rules official who broke rules; THE ISSUES: MARK CLATTENBURG. 996
Region's tourism figures are highest in five years. 558
Remember - spread the word, not the flu; Advertisement feature. 362
Rio is banned FORTWITTER comments. 226
Scheme for firms to get super-fast connection. 170
Should angels roll up their sleeves? Ahead of the non-executive of the year being announced at November's North East Business Executive of the Year awards, we take a look at angel investors. 733
Some Enchanted evenings sure to prove popular again. 358
Spectacular result for special effects whizz. 572
Star helps to get hospital day unit up and running. 515
Starlings left to suffer; Views of the North. 172
Still enjoying the rhythm of life; Figures show that 18% of the North East's population are classed as pensioners. Health Reporter HELEN RAE takes a look at a dance scheme in the region that is helping older people keep fit and active Reporter HELEN RAE takes a look at a dance scheme. 1593
Sturridge can't wait to link with super Mario. 636
Survey shows support for cap on executive pay. 245
Swansea don't need ownership change: Trust. 326
Tesco face fraud probe over profit hole scandal; RETAIL. 557
There's no need to avoid the f-word; Millions of us struggle to conceive, yet the subject is rarely openly discussed. During National Fertility Awareness Week, Lisa Salmon reports on why talking about it could really help. 1358
Thunder unveil signing coup; SPORT SHORTS RUGBY LEAGUE. 194
Tourism booms as visits soar to a five-year high. 199
Tributes to 29-year-old man killed in A69 crash. 190
United dream OFWEMBLEY after stunning Cup victory. 259
United in shadow of City now, says Peter. 415
Venturefest North East results in offers to 14 businesses. 464
Walmart apolgises for Halloween horror. 149
We want to know your top five tweeters of 2014. 364
What use is this levy? Views of the North. 322
Work of filmmakers is unveiled. 251
YOUR MONEY; Your money queries are answered by Trevor Clark, Director of Rutherford Wilkinson Ltd, Chartered Financial Planners. 638

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