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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (July 17, 2015)

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Title Author Type Words
'Oustanding' academy now 'failing' just two years on. 554
720 jobs to go as Tata Steel makes cutbacks. 302
A double success for Square One Law. 521
A hat-trick of awards for Ward Hadaway. 1044
Alcohol-link cancer cases soar in region. 461
also showing... 660
Andy sees logic in Gasquet's omission; TENNIS. 419
Apprenticeships. 123
AWIZARD way to win tickets TOWHO'sTommy. 440
BBC hits out at review launched by government. 587
BelleVue switch is a fresh start for buoyant Benson. 486
Bloated transfer market and clubs' reckless spending killing our game; Cabaye deal epitomizes the summer's excesses. 1039
Cameron: MPs' wage is the rate for the job. 610
Catches stay good. 394
Cats pursue midfielder as Kaboul signs; Kaboul agrees to join Cats. 323
Charities back plea over Rock millions. 423
Cheers to the future... gin company formed; LEISURE. 501
Children's fund slashed by 58%. 476
City's look into the future could be a blueprint. 737
Clasper play a real winner; Letters. Letter to the editor 109
College for apprentices opens doors to youngsters. 181
Comeback starts here, says Lib Dem leader. 176
COMPANIES TODAY. 307
Dan's courage to talk about end of his life. 701
Deaths. 414
Decision on hall's conversion due today. 327
Deja vu as Chambers Bay rivals go head to head again; Top two at US Open pushing for Claret Jug. 1056
Delight and pride for Rogers and Smith as England batted out of it. 540
Delight at Aldi's support to Pledge; FARMING. 413
Diamonds let down by poor opening; SPEEDWAY. 466
Dominant double act lead Australian charge; THE ASHES: England v Australia Second Test, Day One, Lord's. 732
Dragon's Den-style event for young volunteers. 264
dvds. 883
ECONOMY TODAY. 257
Families mark a year since MH17 tragedy. 616
Family law team that stood out. 476
Fish pass building work gets under way. 616
Frustrated Froome takes aim at his interrogators; CYCLING. 313
Gunman kills Marines. 198
HEROES AND VILLAINS. 123
Home fixture for baby firm development head; R&D. 583
Hunt's praise for new emergency hospital. 938
If no elected mayor, what? Letters. Letter to the editor 124
Industry stuck in limbo after announcement; CONSTRUCTING EXCELLENCE. 487
Just rewards for valuable work. 569
Keep faith with Leap at Newbury. 391
Landslip road 'won't reopen until 2016'. 672
late breaks. 256
Leave politics as usual aside; Letters. Letter to the editor 329
Lessons to be learned from Frenchman's rise and fall. 457
Letters from the front are published. Letter to the editor 127
LOOK WHAT'S IN THE PRIZE POT! 279
Major road to be shut overnight. 344
MARTS. 1653
Marvel at your new fun size hero; film review DAMON SMITH. 523
McClaren's challenge; McClaren challenge for United. 332
Merger providing a platform for growth; MERGERS. 365
MH17's blame game; The investigation into who was responsible for the shooting down of flight MH17 which killed 298 passengers and crew, including Newcastle United fans Liam Sweeney and John Alder, is as much about politics as crime, as MIKE KELLY reports. 1168
Mhairi, Mhairi and the quite contrary SNP; COLUMNIST. 798
MP in attack on plan to shut magistrates' court. 415
Name the Year. 207
New zones could create more jobs - minister. 191
NO ONE ever [...]; COLUMNIST. 671
Nurturing talent and competing nationally. 568
Obese facing a losing battle; BRITAIN TODAY. 134
On the trail of the pioneers; Lindsay Sutton follows the gold rush to California where there wasn't always gold in them thar hills. 1333
Open verdict on impaled tycoon. 196
Packed schedule perfect for workaholic Hastings. 567
Packed summer festival for borough's residents. 108
Personal injury winners expand. 338
Police Bike Wise event to move; NORTH TODAY. 108
Police hunt after theft of horsebox. 121
Police stall takes Pride of place at LGBT event. 204
Providing excellence through experience and innovation. 540
Pupils help to Keep a bit of city's history alive. 434
Report bids to discover why UK's firms are failing to be productive; The UK's low productivity has become the "economic challenge of our time". Business editor GRAEME WHITFIELD looks at the factors that cause our low output - and what can be done to improve it. 1420
Royal Garden party; John Scheerhout and family spend a great weekend as close neighbours of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. 828
Seconds fall just short in semi-final. 206
Secret of all my lbws? Just keep it simple. 571
Shoppers misled by confusing price promotions; RETAIL. 645
Skipper extends his Indian summer. 268
Smith gets stuck in - on and off pitch. 338
Sports firm's results trigger shares bonus; RETAIL. 711
Student Emily thrilled by journalism award. 393
Students' consultation is boost for business; UNIVERSITIES. 467
Summer fun for borough's families. 238
Syndicate of brickies hit jackpot with lottery win. 204
The Right led Greece astray; Letters. Letter to the editor 139
Tim Farron's task. 167
Turmoil in Greece highly relevant to North's economy. 459
TV CHOICE. 290
UK index rises, but can't match Europeans; FTSE 100. 302
Urban farm designs by students on show at uni. 196
Views of region... they're the business. 247
Vote your way to holiday heaven; Win a great travel prize by voting in the British Travel Awards - there are more than 50 up for grabs in this PS30,000 giveaway! 508
Watchdog considers break-up of BT broadband business. 294
Youngsters are in hospital following outbreak of E.coli. 385
YOUR MONEY. 644

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