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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (August 27, 2015)

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'We knew it was funny - and it's ground-breaking as well' Denise Welch, who is appearing in a groundbreaking new TV sitcom, spoke to SAM WONFOR ahead of a special screening on Tyneside. 1186
A different route to a fantastic career. 361
A rubbish idea to benefit charities. 167
Ace Ward lands British title fight; BOXING. 302
Add a healthy dose of crunch and colour to your meals. 436
Affair response? There's little public sympathy for the victims of THEASHLEY Madison hack... but their plight is a warning to us all. 567
Agony aunt set to wave off the MemoryWalkers. 729
Air show called off after tragedy; Air show called off. 614
Another successful year for our students at Heaton Manor. 587
Apprentices join builder on projects across North. 286
Bale is backed to stay at Bernabeu. 280
Ballot box error leaves council chiefs red-faced. 429
Bennett ready to shine after shoulder injury. 262
Betting firms set for major merger; GAMBLING. 616
Billions lost as shares slump; BRITAIN TODAY. 116
British family killed in crash; BRITAIN TODAY. 107
British Gas criticised despite PS35 cut in bills. 194
Burgess poised for call-up but Cipriani's out in cold. 363
Bus plans 'fraught with risk' says transport giant. 675
Businesses invited to export event. 176
Check your wool quality. 191
College puts you on right track for a great future. 580
De Jong puts hardest year behind him; De Jong nearing peak fitness after hardest year. 687
Deaths. 893
Disappointment for city drivers as work delayed. 551
Discover what school has to offer. 303
Dive on in, the water is lovely; With Brits suffering from a surprise water shortage Caroline Jones looks at the health benefits of upping your H20 intake. 910
Drew's happy to be part of the family. 500
Employee bonuses up by nearly 3%. 283
Ex-officer in court for benefit fraud. 352
Families plot court case as Chilcot defends delay. 622
Fats-to-fuel scheme aims to reduce blockages. 147
Festival for all you folk. 379
Firm Brims with talent as 15 recruits start work. 493
First-class or off the rails? Labour leadership favourite Jeremy Corbyn has floated the idea of women-only train carriages to address crimes and assaults against female passengers. The idea has sharply divided opinions. RACHEL WEARMOUTH reports. 1044
Football stars want a bite of the Big Apple. 191
Fuel prices to fall again today; BRITAIN TODAY. 101
Fund is set up to help the hungry. 175
Fundraiser for air ambulance at racecourse. 184
Gentoo warns unions of 'significant' job losses; HOUSING. 833
Giants of Georgia certainly not gentle; The 13th highest-ranked nation in world rugby provide the opposition for Newcastle Falcons tomorrow when Georgia visit Kingston Park. Mark Smith spoke to coach Milton Haig. 1037
Glimmer of hope for city pool campaigners. 526
Go with your heart or head; Letters. Letter to the editor 180
Grant given to suicide help charity. 127
Gym to open earlier. 208
Have-a-go heroes are honoured for bravery. 226
High stakes on the buses. 125
HIRE SLOWDOWN; COMPANIES TODAY. 164
Honesty is best policy for right cover - at right price; MONEY MATTERS. 286
Hub gives businesses a new countryside home; RURAL. 540
INVEST IN LEGO; COMPANIES TODAY. 112
Ironman vet raises cash for assistance dogs charity. 198
Joe does his level best to get A. 424
Kenton pupils are record-breakers. 668
Let's see how young guns handle pressure. 332
Locals protest at 20mph limit. 521
medical notes. 366
Mid-tier applications proving 'complicated' FARMING. 562
Mission accomplished as Rooney finds sharpness; CLUB BRUGGE 0 MANCHESTER UNITED 4. 610
Name the Year. 297
National accolade for technology specialists. 127
NON-LEAGUE ROUND-UP. 422
Northumberland fall short INTROPHY final. 394
Not like a bat out of hell...but batting is hell in the short form. 1079
ONE of the privileges of being. 698
Our global reach benefits us all, not just our students; RICHARD DAVIES on how Newcastle University is training new ambassadors for the city every year. 974
Patients have no worth; Letters. Letter to the editor 225
Police show support for mela at Town Moor. 269
Property professionals can work together in regional pilot. 259
Quakers factor a plus, says Chandler. 402
Quiz of the Day. 180
Rainbows aplenty at South Linden; GAME ANGLING. 476
Rare chance to buy listed city centre building for a business. 492
Reaching out to aid fitness; He is fast becoming the Mr Motivator for Tyneside's over 50s community. Richie Paxton tells Health Reporter CRaig THoMPson how fitness comes first - whatever your age. 1052
Record results light up Excelsior Academy exam performance. 1315
Remarkable results at RGS. 369
Remembering the captured; Letters. Letter to the editor 134
REMORTGAGE SURGE; ECONOMY TODAY. 137
Results set Dame Allan's apart once again. 345
Rousing start to annual show for singers of all ages. 473
Scare for Farah but double's still on; ATHLETICS. 402
Seaside visitors get on board train trial. 727
Shah thing for Musselburgh; RACING PREVIEW. 271
So many stars as Sunderland High School celebrates top-grade achievers. 293
Special ceremony for Merchant Navy Day. 188
Specialist gas and electricity firm plans to grow threefold. 775
SPEND INCREASES; ECONOMY TODAY. 114
Spieth vows to keep No 1 spot; SPORT SHORTS GOLF. 116
Strong order book boosts Carillion performance. 202
Sunderland need to shop but don't hold your breath; Dick Advocaat knows Sunderland could face another battle against relegation unless they can strengthen their squad over the next five days. Steve Brown reports. 744
Sure Start centres saved me from social isolation. 504
Surprise growth seen in supermarket and clothing sales. 320
Thauvin's star quality saluted by teammate; We're all happy new boy's off to flier - Haidara. 659
THE BELLINGHAM SHOW SONG. 634
The Bridges plans special birthday do. 126
The living wage can potentially benefit all of us. 523
The potting shed that makes your mouth water. 233
The promise of a bright future. 713
Top marks for school's first set of results. 408
Town's PS74m plan open to public view. 360
Town's window dressers compete for prize. 152
TRAORE'S A MARKED MAN: VILLA BOSS. 334
TV CHOICE. 322
UK markets feeling ripples from US downturn; FTSE 100. 322
Virtual museum puts the Pennines' treasures on show. 846
Water plant workers set to strike over pensions; FINANCE. 587
We've let the back four down - Rodwell; Rodwell:We've all defended poorly. 553
What's next after GCSEs? 443
Why reinstate council chief? Letters. Letter to the editor 209
WOMEN'S FOOTBALL. 252
Your final chance to enter our inaugural charity awards; AWARDS. 639
YOUR MONEY; Your money queries are answered by Trevor Clark, Director of Rutherford Wilkinson Ltd, Chartered Financial Planners. 636

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