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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (December 11, 2015)

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Title Author Type Words
'Quality operators' will ride out living wage storm - report. 326
17th spot not good enough - McClaren; 17th spot not good enough. 453
A BORN WINNER. 165
A simple matter of dredging? Former North East sheep farmer, barrister and now author Philip Walling highlights one cause of the devastating floods which Governments aren't so keen to talk about. 1258
Abuse suspects' 'positions of trust'. 201
Airport bosses awaiting decision on third runway. 610
also showing... 622
An absolute shambles. 137
Anglers battle the gales to get results. 565
Another bright idea in Durham. 397
Art gallery's entire collection sold at auction for PS6,400. 391
Brandon Castle looks the part. 304
British star has Globe within his grasp again. 481
Burglars distracted pensioner. 132
Cadbury's handling of the books leaves a bitter taste indeed. 418
Call-up proves McClaren's faith. 281
Care home provider sells half its portfolio to Bupa; HEALTHCARE. 474
Carollers are singing for Sara's legacy. 138
Cisse spurred on by his belief in fellow Magpies. 430
Climate survey revealed little; Letters. Letter to the editor 166
Community spirit 'stunning' in the aftermath. 359
Confidence falls in effort to balance economy. 317
Construction firm on lookout for apprentices; RECRUITMENT. 500
COST OF TERROR; COMPANIES TODAY. 117
Costa keen to play part in revival at Chelsea; Striker backing under-fire Jose. 878
D-Day in Ashley's Rangers battle. 328
Deaths. 521
Delving deep pays off for excavating company; RESULTS. 558
Digital hub attracts specialist; INVESTMENT. 458
Dreadful floods in Corbridge won't distract Tynedale from NationalTwo North quest. 755
DVDs. 379
English power has been key; Letters. Letter to the editor 119
Enjoying more than a bit of success internationally; OIL & GAS. 409
FAILING TO DELIVER; COMPANIES TODAY. 145
FORSTER BACK IN TRAINING. 286
Fuel down to under PS1 a litre; BRITAIN TODAY. 127
Fury backlash as BBCB demand explanation; BOXING. 466
Go-Ahead are on track to hit full-year targets; TRANSPORT. 504
Good projects plan for unforeseen weather conditions; CONSTRUCTING EXCELLENCE. 457
GRANDMA (15) Starring: Lily Tomlin [...]. 357
Greens should not be ignored; Letters. Letter to the editor 194
Home Office accused of police fund 'shambles'. 556
Honesty is best policy for right cover - at right price; MONEY MATTERS. 482
I don't see any catastrophe; Letters. Letter to the editor 373
I'm Carrie from Newcastle I'm in my 30s and I'm single. 795
Increase in deficit leads to calls for export plan. 322
Industry needs concessions to help it bring in the living wage; FARMING. 366
IT network company expands workforce. 338
It's the Pitts, in more ways than one... film review. 518
Klopp glad to negotiate tricky tie with no knocks. 667
KRAMPUS (15) Starring: Emjay Anthony [...]. 307
late breaks. 174
Learning to ski is child's play; Peter Spencer enjoys a lad and dad break and stunning scenery in the French Alps. 923
Mayhew ready to lead his Falcons fringe men into battle in Europe; THE PREVIEW: Connacht v Newcastle Falcons European Challenge Cup, tonight, 7.45pm. 973
McClaren: My total focus was on how to get a win. 585
Milestone for students' successful golf venture; ONLINE. 531
Mini doctors learn new skills at first aid classes. 202
Minister's praise for North rail franchisees. 514
Mixed fortunes for city schools as SAT results are released; Pupils in Newcastle performing below UK average. 559
Modest Premier League ace does it by degrees. 549
Monk's Swansea sadness. 187
Most expensive street. 192
Multi-million pound fund to be outlined at AMF event. 310
NORTH-SOUTH DIVIDE WORRY. 284
Perfect occasion for Penny to shine. 412
Pirate hunter faces spending another Christmas in India. 413
Playground of the stars; Frank Sinatra would have celebrated his 100th birthday on Saturday. Laura Irvill visits his favourite holiday haunt, Palm Springs Eyes. 907
Police funding rap for Home Office. 152
Primary school named as one of the country's best. 417
RATES UNCHANGED; ECONOMY TODAY. 114
Read your opponent's eyes... try and Jedi them; Youngster reveals unusual inspiration ahead of semi-final 2nd leg. 480
Richards: We are a better side this season. 306
Shock falls in income 'now normal'. 297
Solar panel contract win for renewable energy company. 252
Spate of thefts from vehicles; NORTH TODAY. 107
Sports Direct defends practices; RETAIL. 658
Sports Direct's sales figures flat for first half; FTSE 100. 267
Spreading a little happy news to trio of charities. 183
Standing tall...bravery of man who thought he'd never walk again. 693
Taken to tasca in Porto; Julia Rampen finds that, away from the POPULARALGARVE mega-resorts, traditions live on in northern Portugal... for now at least. 982
Tax credits clawback is forcing families into debt. 564
Texas Jack finds a spanner in the works; RACING. 402
The best present is not to be left alone. 483
The fast track to 20 ling. 502
The idea of social security for all must be upheld. 662
Trade park work signals an end to the lean years; DEVELOPMENT. 531
Training firm offers free course for ex-military personnel. 312
TV CHOICE. 311
TV presenter to don mankini; BRITAIN TODAY. 116
Village shop is a finalist in national rural awards. 330
Walcott: Gunners can beat anyone in Europe. 311
Watmore's first-class work ethic. 200
Whistleblowers to offer advice on holding firms to account. 322
Wine bar re-opening dedicated to late dad. 452
YOUTH SKILLS SHAME; ECONOMY TODAY. 131

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