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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (December 26, 2015)

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Title Author Type Words
'Habitual criminal' is jailed after burglary. 198
A message of peace. 132
albums. 480
Amnesty call for probe into Thailand case. 139
And the winner is. 1614
Archbishop brands ISIS as 'Herod of today'. 192
Bad weather emergency as Cobra meet; Press Association Staff. 342
Beamish featured in last episode of Downton. 305
Big push on for women only wheelbarrow race. 440
Biker killed in Consett crash named. 128
Bombs aren't the answer; Letters. Letter to the editor 268
bookies are fool-vardy; Flying Foxes priced up too big at Klopp's flops. 417
Both sides need to rekindle best form, says skipper Amla. 406
Broad: We have talent to fill the void left by Anderson; THE PREVIEW: South Africa v England England bowling unit can cope without their talismanic leader. 873
Call to end mandatory life sentence for murder. 232
Cautious approach likely to continue; As we approach 2016, Brian Richardson, Chief Executive of the H&H Group Plc, looks back at 2015. 484
Christmas full moon for first time in 38 years. 237
Coastguard rescues man swept to sea. 152
Critical time ahead for British food production; NFU President Meurig Raymond shares his priorities for the farming sector as we enter 2016 and urges all levels of the government and food supply chain to play their parts in backing British farming. 500
DOUBLE HANDFUL; John Shaw's racing betting column in association with. Column 708
Duo are ready for big game, says Cook. 451
Eateries helping the homeless. 274
EBAC NORTHERN LEAGUE. 430
Emily's plea helps the homeless at Christmas. 441
Experts turn over a new leaf for 2016; Horticultural celebrities are set to ring in the NewYear with some green-fingered resolutions of their own. 690
Falcons will be well up for Tigers challenge; Richards ready for Leicester test. 674
Fans' tribute to victims of MH17 'a comfort to us'. 416
First class posts; Instagram offers a window on the world of celebrities. Georgia Morgan looks back on a year in pictures. 555
Fish Kitchen green light to open longer in 2016. 473
Fly-half to make debut for Falcons. 146
Free Christmas dinner served up for pensioners. 419
Germany's reprieve for asylum teen. 122
Government cuts will 'decimate' local councils. 690
Heed's treatment room overcrowded. 422
Hiddink is one of the best - old boy Flores. 337
Hogmanay Heavenly H; le Marion McMullen looks north of the border to cele ate with a taste bra e ee of its chefs of Scotland from thre. 1153
Hollywood was a crazy time, but wonderful; He's loved and lost and seen a massive fortune come and go, but that leading man charm is still there.The legendary actor Burt Reynolds talks with Hannah Stephenson profile. 1085
JAMES WALKER Complaints champion fights for your rights. 898
Jesmond Dene's named among UK's top walks. Ian Robson Reporter ian.robson@ncjmedia.co.uk 985
Kempton race made for Place King Alan; King George VI on agenda for King Alan Put kettle on Tea For Two. 718
Launch of dance work inspired by shipyards; The region's industrial past will come to the fore as Dance City celebrates its 30th anniversary in 2016. DAVID WHETSTONE reports. 693
Lindisfarne's annual gig was real treat. 399
Little miracles make a special day extra special. 477
Long live The King; Elvis may have died in 1977, but his legacy lives on thanks to the work of ex-wife Priscilla and the guardians of his estate.AsThe King's latest album rides high in the charts, Andy Welch talks to Priscilla about her former husband. 1001
Magpies must keep their heads above precipice; THE PREVIEW: Newcastle United v Everton St James' Park, 5.30pm, live on BT Sport 1 Points essential with United still in bottom four. 961
Make a fresh financial start; If you've made a few mistakes with money management this year, you're not alone.With 2015 almost at an end, Vicky Shaw ask if you could do things differently next year? 639
Man arrested after police officers hurt. 148
Martinez: Our future is in safe hands. 259
McClaren admits it is a year to forget; United boss: No excuses in 2016 2016 must be better - head coach. 538
Medics find way to curb 'sweet tooth'. 120
Miracles can't keep happening, says Black Cats boss; THE PREVIEW: Manchester City v Sunderland Etihad Stadium, 3pm. 737
Mortgage lending at highest in years. 143
MR FIXIT'S TOPTIPS. 121
Mum recognised for her 40 years as foster carer. 521
Muslims walk for peace and love against terror. 428
National award delight for North photographer. 382
NHS choir pips Bieber to Christmas No 1 spot. 216
NHS: only attend A&E if 'absolutely necessary'. 522
North man who killed partner to be sentenced. 245
Pardew in talks over new deal at Palace. 419
Parents are saving to help children. 251
Patchy record in market leaves room for improvement; THE AGENDA: Can Newcastle fans trust Graham Carr and Lee Charnley in the transfer window? With the winter transfer window just a few days away, Newcastle United editor Mark Douglas assesses the club's successes and failures in the market since 2010. 2289
POLITICS. 734
pound notes. 400
Problem of migration; Letters. Letter to the editor 223
Prove Advocaat wrong - Sam; Players to prove Advocaat wrong. 584
Queen's optimistic note in wake of terrorist 'darkness'. 487
quiz Christmas; Three goody bags brimming with DVDs, CDs, books and tickets to some of 2016's biggest North East shows and attractions are up for grabs in The Journal Culture Quiz 2015. Good luck to all entrants! 2151
Raising a glass to celebrate graduation. 438
Rats top league for pest control call-outs in region. 546
Reds boss planning a quiet January. 267
Referees will be watching you now. 321
REVIEWS. 952
Robshaw is moving on from fateful day; RUGBY UNION. 428
Saints out to find try touch against rock-bottom Irish. 653
Sam well enough to enjoy an extra special Christmas. 635
Saudi hospital fire kills at least 31. 144
Seahorses' small fry a big deal for North aquarium. 305
Seven taken to hospital after bus collision. 274
She's the girl who paid for Christmas; Schoolgirl's plea to Santa is to help the homeless. 210
Shooting victim has driving case thrown out. 286
Society 'intoxicated by consumerism' - Pope. 149
Space Station joins Santa on his round-the-world trip. 175
Spartans enjoying time at top EVO-STIK PREMIER. 326
SPFL FIRST SCORER TIPS & CONTEST ...AND THE PARKSIE CHALLENGE. 294
Still early days in race for the title, admits Pellegrini. 475
Sunderland manager expects busy start to NewYear. 655
The best bubbles for your buck. 715
THE BOOKIES' VIEW. 298
These boots were made for walking; Want to get healthier in the New Year? Forget trendy workouts and pricey gyms - according to research, you're better off going for a walk, writes Lisa Salmon. 899
Thrashing out return for Fawlty. 284
top ten. 171
Tributes paid to man killed in A69 crash. 219
Turkeys vote for Christmas; Letters. Letter to the editor 162
TV CHOICE. 319
TV CHOICE. 207
Van Gaal tells Devils they must rule at the Britannia. 703
Vautour has a chance to show he has stamina. 1022
Villa boss planning January clear-out. 367
Walking up an appetite; great pages of food and drink 7; Blow away the festive cobwebs by combining a brisk walk with good food. Jane Hall serves up some North East suggestions. 1652
Warning over Families scheme. 498
We'll never be defeated, insists dad at centre of Darras Hall house battle. 546
WEEKEND DIARY. 633
well earn top marks; McGhee out to build on shock Celtic win. 606
WHAT TO DO THIS WEEK. 125
What's on at the CINEMA. 1819
WHY... People affected by Storm Desmond need to beware of 'flood exploiters'. 177
Woman dies as car ploughs into Costa coffee shop. 206
X-Files ACTRESSANDERSON's TAKINGTHE Fall. 247

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