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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (July 27, 2015)

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#1 hit wonders; The UK's Official Singles Chart has moved from a Sunday to a Friday.To mark the occasion Marion McMullen looks back at some one-off successes. 455
'Elect a leader, any leader... and get into battle' GEORGE HEPBURN... on why Labour must find a leader who ensures the party stands up for poor and underprivileged. 876
'Rising' crime... but are our streets actually safer? The latest quarterly crime statistics showing a big hike in incidents appear to make grim reading. But a chief constable and an academic argue that this might be a positive sign. Sophie Doughty finds out more. 1516
43 jobs lost ASTYNESIDE firm goes into liquidation; PROPERTY. 356
A resurgent Leadgate shock league leaders; NORTHUMBERLAND LEAGUES. 401
A VIEW FROM THE GALLOWGATE. 399
App bears witness to city's past; A free app called Hidden Newcastle was recently made available by Tyne and Wear Archives and Museums. We have a look at a valuable addition to the information available on the city's forgotten history. 679
Attempted murder suspect arrest. 128
Banking on clarity over jobs; FORECAST. 929
Beltex sale will be biggest yet; FARMING. 499
Black Cats ponder Fletcher question; Black Cats seek transfer progress. 387
Blades show it's time to sharpen United defence; THE MATCH: Sheffield United 2 Newcastle United 2. 1023
Boys aim to be San Siro heroes. 470
Brace for Mead as Cats see off Bristol; WOMEN'S SUPER LEAGUE. 263
Bronze gives Jade fresh momentum. 249
Burnham has a ton to celebrate in North'sTrophy win; CRICKET. 391
Business commissioner to tackle late payment; SMALL BUSINESS. 399
COLUMNIST [...]. 722
COLUMNIST. 744
Confectioner to expand as distribution deals sealed. 285
CORBYN DODGES 'MARXIST' QUESTIONING. 401
Council takes no action after wind farm dispute. 490
Couple's plans are blown off course. 227
Crime against democracy; Letters. Letter to the editor 275
Dawson denies Monty a first Senior Open crown. 449
Deaths. 178
Dig at Roman site comes to end. 214
Do the right thing. 120
Dynamo Dina is getting even faster, faster, faster. 661
Fake pound coins man sent to jail. 277
Falklands ace to tell his story. 148
Farm produce - and so much more. 221
FILM. 134
Flexible working for City staff. 170
Flourishing Botanist grows management team. 330
Friday night lights as oldest rivalry renewed. 650
Froome refuses to be jaundiced by Tour controversy. 691
Gangster Kray's letters sold for PS750. 130
Glastonbury aura still alive; Letters. Letter to the editor 144
Going hell for leather to grow restoration brands; Ben Staerck, the Journal's Young Business Person of the Year, tells COREENA FORD how he spurned a career in the City to build Furniture Clinic and Handbag Clinic, one of the region's most promising ventures. 2163
Gunroom to satisfy shooting demand. 201
Hamilton lost for words after hapless show; I was all over the place... I don't have any words to described what happenedLewis Hamilton. 317
Increased headcount reflects rapid growth of IT firm Aspire. 236
Investment will enable Jump to leap forward. 330
It's business as usual for PM on trade mission. 412
Lack of spending 'could derail North Powerhouse'. 645
Lifeboat called to rescue divers; NORTH TODAY. 105
Lyndon is looking to Rio for a big splash; SWIMMING. 430
Man appears in court over shooting. 119
Manufacturing success story marred by loss of confidence. 308
McClaren confident over Colo; SHEFFIELD UNITED 2 NEWCASTLE UNITED 2 McClaren hopes Colo will not leave. 628
Name the Year. 261
New jobs as Purple Bear city venue roars into life; LEISURE. 523
New rural centre for visitors gets PS1m boost. 435
North is flying high after spectacular events draw in 1m revellers. 483
NORTH TYNESIDE. 320
Now not time for Rhinos to celebrate; RUGBY LEAGUE. 435
One in nine new mothers is being forced out of work. 481
Peer quits after drugs and prostitute claims. 354
Pension deficit rises to PS1.1bn for North firms; FINANCE. 486
Pride salvaged for Sri Lanka; SPORT SHORTS CRICKET. 107
Protesters call on minister to overrule hotel go-ahead. 502
Quiz of the Day. 168
Race track falls silent as drivers pay tribute to Bianchi; FORMULA 1: Four-time champion celebrating after compelling battle in Hungary Poignant day is led by Vettel. 817
Railway station in line for top accolade. 321
Railways spending could hit Osborne promise. 193
Rain PREVENTSWINNING result for leaders Esh; DURHAM CRICKET LEAGUE. 406
Rescued Kelly's PS335 fundraiser. 132
Reserve is success story; Letters. Letter to the editor 262
Rosberg deflated as his title hopes suffer dramatic blowout. 331
Saints go marching past Rangers; ST MIRREN 3 BERWICK RANGERS 1. 234
Second fire in three years at derelict pub. 199
Shire horses on show. 102
Six rescued as dinghy drifts ALONGTYNE. 219
Something to Treasure at free cinema gig; Things are happening for singer songwriter Jack Arthurs and they're all good, as DAVID WHETSTONE has been finding out. 1078
Strongmen raise cash - and cars - for charity. 467
Students compete to create ideas for the community. 461
Teacher to do 100 mile challenge for dementia. 192
Telephone tricksters conned me out of PS5k. 629
Thief stole ring from woman, 84. 222
Thompson leaves it late to banish the matchplay blues. 180
Travel card changes are welcomed. 145
Tributes after 'Rugby great' dies. 114
TV chef coming to Newcastle. 144
TV CHOICE. 620
united over loss of f1 star. 276
US remains true barometer for global economic recovery; SHARE WATCH. 433
Weather dampens the spirit of leaders; NORTH EAST PREMIER LEAGUE. 404
What's On. 2320
Who's likely lad kicking off packed film festival. 611
Woman jailed after bottle attack on brother. 199
Wood is ready to make his mark - just like Harmison; THE INTERVIEW: Mark Wood. 1252

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