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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (December 9, 2015)

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Title Author Type Words
'Cautious optimism' in region over future - UBS chief. 578
'Get off your high horses', North MP tells Corbyn critics. 419
'North East must be able to fight its own corner'. 491
A long hard winter. 119
Achievements on The Rise; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 807
Ambulance service in region 'under severe pressure'- NEAS chief. 582
Another record year for Forfusion; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 670
Appeal after indecent exposure. 161
Appeal for university to show more of treasures. 784
Apprentices taken on at bus firm. 167
April. 832
August; ANNUAL REVIEW. 782
Berghaus headquarters given bright new look; OFFICE LIFE. 551
Bespoke training for chemicals apprentices; APPRENTICES. 612
Beware the Hornets' sting - Coates; Coates wary of Hornets. 326
Bowling club's boost as irrigation funding found; FUNDING. 362
Building success in the North East; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 723
Careers advice probe. 209
Charitable foundation set up by legal firm. 186
Christmas build-up 'hardest to read in years' for retailers. 271
Christmas Day free activities; NORTH TODAY. 103
City college teams up with union. 141
Climate issues caused floods; Letters. Letter to the editor 172
Corbridge Christmas event goes ahead despite floods. 242
Council tax increase for North Tyneside residents. 468
Council to consider care leavers. 139
Dangerous chemicals taken during raid on farm. 251
De Jong: I need to play to improve. 349
Deaths. 623
December; ANNUAL REVIEW. 685
Durham Cathedral's service for city hospice. 290
Edmunds waits on Wolf decision; SPORT SHORTS RACING. 152
EU's Turkey aid concerns; Letters. Letter to the editor 183
Everything you need to know about networking. 383
Facilities firm takes Gateshead offices. 198
Factory output falls. 233
Family suffer setback in their new home plans. 532
February; ANNUAL REVIEW. 905
Fences no obstacle to Aubusson. 471
Fifteen jobs created as Go North East lands contract to provide new routes to London. 373
First-edition horror sells for thousands at auction. 514
Flood-hit farmers need urgent government assistance - NFU; FARMING. 616
Four decades on and Leppard still aim to be spot on; Def Leppard perform in Newcastle tonight. SIMON RUSHWORTH caught up with guitarist Phil Collen to ask about the longevity of a band approaching 40. 735
Fund manager's bumper year. 328
Gallery to host award-winning artist. 144
Garde brings Grealish back into fold. 240
Green Party leader against new runway. 427
Haskell has three reasons to ensure form stays high. 585
Hasselbaink's warning over Austin. 239
Highs and lows for region's businesses. 586
HISTORY JOHN SADLER. 667
If only I'd known all this when I was starting out... 814
Investment to come at after sale of business site. 331
IT firm cements Indonesia link. 186
It's unusual to get a film with an ensemble female cast ... this was like a gift big screen; Forget sweet old ladies, big screen comedy Grandma is as cutting as they come. Keeley Bolger catches up with star and acclaimed comedian Lily Tomlin, to talk awards hype, Hollywood sexism and why she had to "beg" Jane Fonda for a second chance. 1055
January; ANNUAL REVIEW. 820
July. 750
June; ANNUAL REVIEW. 745
Keeping Tuilagi a big boost to Tigers. 320
Key acquisition grows regional office network. 388
Lamarr can be the star at Leicester. 412
LESS PAID ON BILLS; ECONOMY TODAY. 108
Lutalo gives GB chiefs selection headache after success. 456
March. 808
MARTS. 956
May. 697
McClaren still up for the Cup despite league woes; We're still up for Cup - McClaren. 435
Mining sector badly hit by commodities slump; FTSE 100. 270
More detail needed on Northern Powerhouse proposals. 659
Mourinho's confident of backing from his board. 558
Natural progression for North nutrition company. 266
Neville: Make Mestalla 'horrible'. 267
Nigerian Cathedral art is saved by North East skills. 648
No home comforts for new Heed boss Aspin; GATESHEAD 0 SOUTHPORT 1. 531
North ambulance service under 'severe pressure'. 200
North MP: plant more trees to cut flood risk. 596
November. 769
October; ANNUAL REVIEW. 623
Ofsted-style checks on cancer care announced. 496
Oil price dips under $40 barrel; ECONOMY. 552
One goal in two is Lukaku's main aim. 472
Oscar murder conviction appeal bid. 217
Owen Pugh contracted for car park extension. 383
Pantomime transports audience to wonderland. 435
Pardew still a big fan of United star. 244
Peake all set for out of this world experience; small screen. 933
PEOPLE ON THE MOVE. 745
Populist tax agenda dominates Autumn statement; DAVID ELLIOT. 438
Pre-wedding 'bromance' pictures an internet hit. 402
Prince surprises guests at anniversary lunch. 476
Prints charming; After a good clean-up, the brilliance of Thomas Bewick can be seen in a dozen printings from his original woodblocks. DAVID WHETSTONE reports on a special homage to the print-maker which has resulted in some great Christmas gifts. 1254
Rainton awarded project of the year; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 536
Recycling firm says carrier bag tax working. 195
Red Devils hounded out of Champions pack; WOLFSBURG 3 MANCHESTER UNITED 2. 507
Renewables hold the key; Letters. Letter to the editor 190
Rural residents to have their say on devolution. 122
Rush-hour delays set to continue. 593
Sam's confident Cats are anxious kittens no more; Allardyce has changed mood on Wearside. 688
Schwarz backs old team to beat drop. 407
September. 725
Slade out of Six Nations after leg break. 351
Small businesses offered a quarter cut in their energy bills. 289
SSI research boss joins college engineering team. 332
Sterling effort from birthday boy sees City top; MANCHESTER CITY 4 B M'GLADBACH 2. 297
Sunderland councillors and their expenses. 539
Swansea chairman weighing up change. 315
Terriers pulling away from basement battle; NON-LEAGUE. 266
Thieves target elderly woman. 262
This smacks of greenwash; Letters. Letter to the editor 224
TOP PLACES TO WORK; ECONOMY TODAY. 140
Touch sensor sales add to Zytronic's record year; TECHNOLOGY. 721
Trump's London claims blasted. 670
TV CHOICE. 308
Vianet's fuel division deal worth PS3.5m. 588
We're still waiting, David; David Cameron is celebrating 10 years as leader of the Conservative Party but critics say he's failed to keep his promises to turn the Conservatives into a party that can win over North East voters. Jon Walker reports. 852
Wenger looking to take advantage of failure fear. 690
Your views sought on enforcement. 126

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