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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (August 28, 2015)

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'We can't wait until the last minute - that could be way, way too late'. 773
10 years of lucky winners; The People's Postcode Lottery is celebrating its 10th anniversary on Monday. Reporter Sonia ShaRMa looks at the way the scheme has changed lives in the north East. 1021
A log ladder and a horse provide flooding defences. 661
A Penny for Tom's thoughts on Sevens. 349
A rock and a hard place; Letters. Letter to the editor 238
Aggressive gulls? Well owls about this, then? 705
Agony as Durham fall just short of final target. 524
also showing... 613
Ashes hopes still alive; WOMEN'S CRICKET. 182
Athletics coup for Great North RUNTV company; BROADCASTING. 414
Attraction's new addition is given a grand opening. 416
Aussie bad boy the first up for Murray; ATHLETICS TENNIS. 181
Beardwood looks worth Investing in at Newmarket. 450
Bee losses and pesticides; Letters. Letter to the editor 286
Benefits case policeman tells of suicide attempts. 456
Call out for selfies from the festival. 202
Cameron accused of cronyism after new peers chosen. 908
CILLA Black's funeral [...]. 678
Codling for Constable. 527
College aims to ease skills shortage in logistics industry. 314
Contract boost for software company. 211
County's use of bailiffs rises 112% in two years. 564
Criticism of signings has Wenger on the defence. 691
Daryl Dutch KO a shock for McClaren; Janmaat snubbed by Holland coach. 470
De la Riva Czechs in with a Masters eagle; ATHLETICS GOLF. 204
Deaths prompt campaigners to call for probe. 398
Deaths. 441
Diamonds head south with hopes of victory; SPEEDWAY. 387
Drivers get break for bank holiday. 282
DVDS. 1063
European clubs will relish facing the best of British. 583
EXPO-sing even more of magnificent Milan; Lindsay Sutton finds the Italian city is making an exhibition of itself. 962
Farm is county's first Certified Passivhaus building; CONSTRUCTING EXCELLENCE. 426
Filtronic hopes to raise PS5.5m in move to AIM; MANUFACTURING. 430
Former MP honoured by place in the Lords. 427
Fun day set to help the family of tragic Lee. 265
Give Liberal some credit; Letters. Letter to the editor 193
Going to the dogs; Letters. Letter to the editor 145
Homes firm is launched by council. 194
Immigration up again. 188
IT company merges its teams on the cloud. 227
Keepmoat acquires three new housing sites. 221
Labour hits out at Ukip in leadership vote row. 563
Lakeland's local heroes; Annette Lord enjoys fine food and hospitality in the Lake District. 843
Lancaster: Burgess totally deserves HISWORLD Cup call-up for England. 639
Lane7 hatches a plan to win more custom; FOOD. 473
late breaks. 241
Lee Hall's new play is a festival hit. 144
Local authorities told to think of small firms. 232
Lords a-leaping. 240
Lots to look forward to at village's annual show. 187
Meet the buyer event for building companies. 322
MP's aide 'sickened' as bullying accusation is upheld. 451
My challenge to workers of the North East: enjoy every sandwich; GRAEME WHITFIELD. 442
New boys absent as Falcons face painstaking encounter; THE PREVIEW: Newcastle Falcons v Georgia Newcastle Falcons have kept all but one of their summer signings under wraps as they prepare to face Georgia tonight. Mark Smith reports. 848
New jobs to be created in food firms. 129
NHS staff get pedal power; NORTH TODAY. 103
Nissan told to 'get off their backsides' on EU exit debate. 142
No luck of the draw for City - or the Gunners. 505
No shortage of attitude, but a little rose-tinted; film review STRAIGHT OUTTA COMPTON (15) Starring: O'Shea Jackson Jr, Corey Hawkins, Jason Mitchell, Aldis Hodge, Neil Brown Jr, Paul Giamatti, R Marcus Taylor, Keith Stanfield, Marcc Rose, Corey Reynolds, Tate Ellington. Director: F. Gary Gray. Duration: 147 mins. 515
Odeon feels the benefit from a blockbuster year; ENTERTAINMENT. 450
One-day form this year is just not good enough. 615
Parks in the running for top accolade. 128
Police move to a new home in town centre. 271
Private beach is no such thing, insist council chiefs. 248
Property sale is enough to set a superstar abuzz. 538
Questions are ignored as an industry wallows; The story behind this week's announcement of job losses on Tyneside is one of obfuscation and questions going unanswered. Business editor GRAEME WHITFIELD reports on how tax breaks from the UK Government have led to redundancies in the North East. 1215
Quiz of the Day. 121
Ringleaders get a home visit in new crackdown. 183
Rodwell aiming to add goal threat. 608
Sale secures 37 jobs at double glazing specialist; RECOVERY. 376
Sector back on top form, says CBI. 139
Slowdown leads to cuts at subsea trenching firm; SUBSEA. 541
Software chief takes out message. 123
Sprinter Asher-Smith a genuine medal hope; Dina close to record as she wins her semi. 744
Taking a walk on the wild side; SARAH MARSHALL visits the 'birth place of the walking safari', South Luangwa, and finds out what it's like to explore the African bush on foot. 1292
The new 'Big Dunc' is Saints' nemesis; FC Midtjylland...1 Southampton ................ 0. 437
The value of money 'escapes our youngsters'. 205
Think tank says North is still being left behind. 427
This train will call ATTIPSINESS and arrive at Oblivion. 740
Trip to the shops takes on a spot of real rocket power. 288
TV clash 'all a game' to BBC. 290
TV series set to bring murderous tale to life. 368
Twitter helps to power the safety message on farms; FARMING. 538
Two in court charged with rape. 233
Up to 50 migrants' bodies in lorry. 200
Virgin Money boss to give public lecture. 233
Wall Street rally welcome in markets' tough week; FTSE 100. 290
We're ready for our close-up! It is fantastic for us to be on the route for the event, which has an international profile. 435
What;s On. 2366
Whittle Dene bounty in calmer conditions. 628
Work starts on site of four-acre retail park; CONSTRUCTION. 364
Workers at energy giant poised to go on strike. 232

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