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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (July 4, 2015)

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Title Author Type Words
'Goldfinger' family's grief after killing. 173
30 years of health help for women to be marked. 183
A historic gem that has polished up very nicely. 479
A home of their own at last. 198
A welcome visit as huge cruise ship sails to port. 192
ADVERTISING TERMS AND CONDITIONS. 376
AFTER our homes, cars are usually [...]; Complaints champion fights for your rights. 975
Air France; The clever, elegant and now much-improved DS5 is certainly hi-tech even before you look at one with a diesel /electric hybrid motor under the bonnet. And that's just what we're going to do here. JONATHAN CROUCH checks out the innovative Hybrid 4x4 200 version. 775
albums. 515
Always open - Bank of Mum and Dad; Many first-time buyers rely on parental contributions to help them on to the property ladder. In the second of a two-part series, property lawyer Claire Simmons looks at the Bank of Mum and Dad. 712
Am I wearing goggles when it comes to beer? 865
An insider's view of a tall ship on offer. 577
Are you really sitting comfortably? Don't just think about its looks when choosing your new sofa. homemaker talks to a North East manufacturer about questions you should be asking yourself. and the supplier. 696
Are you saving enough for a happy retirement? Have you been putting more thought into your retirement saving recently? If the answer is yes, you're not alone. 820
Arshad is up to the challenge all round; THE MATCH: Durham Jets v Leicester Foxes NatWest T20 Blast, North Division. 1185
Artist is set to reveal the hidden North Sea. 969
AstonVilla match is moved - to a Friday night. 308
Atkinson to take on the top job at university. 169
Au naturel. 505
B for better; Could the underachieving Mercedes B-Class come good at last? ANDY ENRIGHT takes a look at the latest model. 548
Bandits and Diamonds fail to shine in Pairs event; SPEEDWAY. 317
Bank customers lose out after 'bonkers' change. 302
Batsmen stifled by bowlers. 246
Best hoping to inspire the next generation of boxers. 595
Best of both worlds for families. 113
Black Cats must move quickly to repay faith of skipper; THE AGENDA: What's next on Sunderland's to-do list after tying down their captain to a new deal? 928
BOOKIES' VIEW [...]. 283
BOOKIES' VIEW. 253
Bridge target six of best; NORTHUMBERLAND LEAGUES. 418
Builders are 'overwhelmed' by sales success. 272
Businesses turn up heat over Heathrow growth. 593
Button not expecting Silverstone luck to change; MOTOR SPORT. 320
CAPTAIN LEADS BY EXAMPLE AS AUSSIES BUILD A HEALTHY LEAD. 440
Cashier tried to fight off raider with vacuum. 201
Cats agree a deal for Celtic ace Matthews; Cats' clash with Spurs is switched. 395
CATS MATCH ON GREAT NORTH RUN SUNDAY. 205
Changes for the better; Letters. Letter to the editor 171
Chile turns up the heat on Argentinian Malbecs. 659
City get sanctions lifted by UEFA. 341
City living at affordable prices. 395
Clifford on sex charge. 108
Coming up roses ... It's a bumper year for roses. Hannah Stephenson looks at how we can make the most of our roses this summer and beyond and offers some tips on rose care during the warmer months. 638
Councils want to target UK's mobile litter louts. 360
Cruiser chooser; Toyota channels a little Lexus into the improved and altogether more efficient 2.8-litre Land Cruiser. JONATHAN CROUCH reports. 567
Darlow set to scrap for No 1 jersey; Keeper is delighted at United. 406
Deaths. 138
Decades of support is celebrated. 123
Deeney signs a new long-term deal. 253
Demonstration kitchen to wow visitors to mall. 414
Diary. 538
Double dose of growth at affordable homes firm; HOUSING. 500
Doyle is amongst winners - again. 604
Each way value for Ayr payoff. 589
Exorcising demons of views on vicars. 458
Experts called in to solve the riddle of the sands. 327
Failings in handling complaints bring EE a fine of PS1m; CONSUMER. 491
Falcao joins the champions on loan. 233
Family grateful as money helps man trapped in India. 500
Fancy that...shop is on the market. 328
Final farewell to fans will be out of this world; profile Stephen Baxter talks to Laura Davis about working with his friend, the late Terry Pratchett on a final series of novels and getting a second chance to save Earth. 887
Final four for sale at THEVIEW. 324
Finance deal helps Ebac push into white goods. 284
Five more fun horse racing facts you never wanted to know. DOUBLE HANDFUL. 590
Froome'sstillgotvroom. 108
Fryers not quite firing at celebrity chippy; The North East's most candid food critic - now writing every Saturday in The Journal. 1244
Funding blow for pioneering drug to help children. 200
Further consultation on schools. 119
GB new boy Hughes not fazed by Kilty's criticism. 559
Going back to nature. 201
GROWTH PREDICTED; ECONOMY TODAY. 256
Head housekeeper retires after 43 years. 187
Helping first-time buyers 'is a priority in next week's Budget'. 696
Her name is Rio; The Kia Rio is an inexpensive supermini that more than punches its weight. JUNE NEARY tries it. 622
Hidden gem in heart of town. 120
Hills thrills over sprint prospect. 187
Hollywood and berry prove an ideal pair (again); TV chef Alex Hollywood, wife of Bake Off presenter Paul, comes up with some ace strawberry dishes FORWIMBLEDON. Recipe 810
Hosts hit by wedding; DURHAM CRICKET LEAGUE. 438
Hyundai i30 Tourer. 545
IAM running for the Liberal [...]. 678
Impressive family home is set in 30 acres of woodlands. 120
Industrial estate land for sale with offers over PS690k; INDUSTRIAL. 278
Is changing bulbs a bright idea? LED bulbs are expensive to buy, but are they cheaper than halogen bulbs in the long run? Electrician Andrew Ridley explains the figures. 648
Karan Overbury. 370
Katie ANDTRACEY ready to start the great race. 453
Kyrgios is looking to be a true contender. 440
Launch of strategy for better future. 123
Let's clean up our house; Letters. Letter to the editor 336
LICENCE THRILL TO; Copa America can continue to excite as Chile fight Argentina for big prize. 434
Literary project will re-create a Roman form of recreation. 362
Long service awards for bus staff. 208
Love life in the village; Small and friendly, with a good sense of community, it is little wonder that people of all ages love to live in villages and small towns, and interest is often high in properties for sale in them. homemaker picks four such homes now on the market. 361
Low trading volumes prompt FTSE 100 fall; FTSE 100. 296
Mark has Tour stage wins on his mind; CYCLING. 332
Mass picnic to encourage fun on beach. 279
Mayor backs plea over airport's parking charge. 471
McDowell planning to go back to basics; GOLF. 350
Mishap-filled show is a dangerously funny one. 403
MR FIXIT'S TOP TIPS. 125
Murray's taking nothing for granted as he comes to terms with Nadal's shock defeat. 552
Name the Year. 258
New delay in decision on pioneering drug. 697
New for the home. 136
New research on unemployment. 255
New season kicks off in a familiar place for Heed boss. 476
New show director appointed for annual Glendale spectacular; FARMING. 806
New to the market. 200
Newcastle handed a home start to delayed campaign. 466
On top of their game. 105
One week on, a silent tribute to the tourists murdered on holiday. 527
Open and shut case; Jaguar's F-TYPE convertible now offers the keen driver even more options. ANDY ENRIGHT reports. 610
Ouseburn Festival set to delight families. 233
Padding out your pond; If you fancy growing water lilies, here are a few simple steps to get the most fabulous results. GARDENING. 812
Party like it's 2008; Peugeot's 2008 takes on models from the Juke genre with affordable pricing and a rejuvenated range of engines. JONATHAN CROUCH takes a look. 572
Passion that grew for 20 years. 513
Pensions 'swapped to buy to let'. 444
Period family property set within former country house. 123
Photos to make you feel better. 274
Police hunt burglars after house break-in. 179
Police marksman who shot suspect cleared of murder. 509
Pony Club members to get special recognition; Showjumping awards for the first time ever. 363
Positive England a delight for Moores; Ex-coach feels he played part in team's resurgence. 582
pound notes. 348
price ladder. 192
Prison officer dies after assault at crown court. 535
Property team has region covered. 411
Protecting our jobs. 134
PS1000 gift voucher up for grabs at Burgham. 220
Quiz of the Day. 176
Rail company workers vote in favour of strike. 501
Rejuvenation of park is all set to begin next week. 192
Remember, I'm more than just a Womble; Mike Batt talks to Marion McMullen about his passion for classical music, pop hits and the return of ATV favourite. 956
REVIEWS. 960
Richard equals course record; SPORT SHORTS GOLF. 197
Riverside walks on the doorstep. 652
Sandcastles bring ingenuity to the beach. 411
Seeds of passion that grew into glorious garden; Karen Overbury visits a historic house and garden brought back to life through one couple's 40-year labour of love. 456
Sensibly racy; SEAT's third generation Leon looks tempting in sporty FR trim. JONATHAN CROUCH tries it. 549
Seppiwon'twinset-ty. 138
SERVICE STOPPED; COMPANIES TODAY. 231
Seven bedrooms and three storeys. 206
Showhome reveals space and style. 372
Smart and sustainable approach by Reds. 339
SNP's claim that slashing their air tax will help the North is rubbished. 705
So easy as Sharapova reaches the last 16. 299
SPORT ON TV. 385
Stadium Group shows winning ways. 229
Stars are out with the sun for charity. 381
Start-up stars of the future; The 50 finalists in Unilever's mentoring scheme give a clue to some of the innovations that could soon be coming to a computer near you. Katie Wright takes a look at what the future might hold. 452
Stunning apartment by the river. 168
Survival rate for cancer needs to be improved. 189
Swimming safety event will return to region. 167
Take the trip TOTUCSON. 659
TEENAGER'S SEAFARING SUCCESS. 305
The automatic budget option? 567
The four-way battle to host the 2023World Cup. 293
The last knockdown for former furniture store. 284
The motors that fuel passions; For North East writer and classic vehicle enthusiast ROGER HARVEY, summer is a time for car shows and vintage rallies around the region. 1604
The perfect all-American feast; On American Independence Day, who better than chef Shaun Hurrell, whose mother is American and who grew up partly in the USA, to reflect on the occasion and share favourite recipes? JANE HALL quizzed the 30-year-old co-founder of Newcastle pop-up dining venture Trial Shift. 1586
The village where so many of our soldiers were lost. 792
Thinking of splashing out? 502
Thinking out loud. 109
To me, drawing is a way of exploring the possibilities of things you want to make; Drawing tends to be under-rated and under-valued says Antony Gormley, talking to DAVID WHETSTONE at his new North East exhibition. 993
Too scared to return home after disaster. 387
top tens. 128
Tour leader; The Touran compact MPV has the usual Volkswagen attributes - but will that be enough for class leadership? JONATHAN CROUCH takes a look. 485
Townhouse has three floors of space for family. 138
Turn over a new leaf with Amazon Kindle. 111
TV CHOICE. 320
TV CHOICE. 310
Two bungalows with beautiful views. 198
Two entries for region in best restaurants list. 523
Tyne takes ONTEES as hosts set a lofty goal; NORTH EAST PREMIER LEAGUE. 447
University sustainability centre gets the go-ahead. 367
Up against a glass ceiling; Letters. Letter to the editor 266
Updated house will suit growing family. 104
Valley home with wow factor. 166
Waady in Charge for team Gosden; Golden Horn steering job for Frankie Have a Waad on Johnny G's hot prospect. 762
Warning as horse suffers deep cut in cruel attack. 171
Waste plant worker dies in accident. 359
Watson's bid to cause a sensation fails at the final hurdle; WIMBLEDON 2015. 709
WEEKEND DIARY. 1323
Weekend of summer fun ahead for all the family; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 350
WHAT TO DO THIS WEEK. 151
Worries grow for national parks. 298
Wounds revealed as first inquests into victims open. 457
You may be hot, but I'm loving my light shower. 354

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