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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (March 14, 2015)

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Title Author Type Words
'Colin' has just got to go. 729
4 sea bass 1tsp ground 1/4tsp cinnamon 1tbsp olive Torode's three star menu; As MasterChef returns, judge and Aussie chef John Torode tells Jeananne Craig what twists are in store and picks three memorable recipes from the show's past. 1613
A great headery AP will be Catching On with a bail out; McCoy bail out for punters may be Catching On McCoy bail out for punters may be Catching On. 460
Actor and milliner wife bring their lives to book; A new chapter is opening up for Archers star Tim Bentinck and his wife Judy with the publication of their first books. Marion McMullen talks to the couple who have got the write stuff. 947
Advice on achieving a house sale during an election year. 653
Angry residents vow to fight fast food restaurant proposal. 431
Apprentice week success is hailed. 315
Award for school where low-income pupils thrive. 148
Back once again; Honda revives an idea that was originally ahead of the game. ANDY ENRIGHT looks at the MK2 model HR-V. 591
Bath pull the plug on Lisa'sTeam; NETBALL. 186
Beautiful New Bohemia; Add plush velvets, rich colours and a feeling of luxury together to bring a touch of New Bohemia to your home. Claire Hornby takes a look. 598
Best-seller made in Britain. 787
Bold-jumping Joe to be King of Kempton. 476
Breeders gather for stallion showcase. 252
Broadband roll-out sees 1,500 sign up for service. 157
Brown: I will be as committed as ever. 354
Businesses fined for hiring illegal employees. 200
Buyers get moving with Help deal. 342
Check your facts please. 177
Cisse still vital cog in wheel - Carver; Carver not concerned by Cisse's knee woes. 770
Clarkson's fate in limbo ahead of inquiry. 192
Consultant remembered for environmental vision. 710
Cottages offer wealth of options. 117
Cowell left in shade by designer. 594
Crackdown on basement builds - peer. 194
Dad's heroic role in crew rescue is revealed. 669
Deaths. 1104
Deciding on your Facebook future; what's on the web. 150
Delights of life on the level; Single-storey homes come in several guises, from cosy country cottages to spacious bungalows, and they appeal to a wide range of buyers. homemaker previews four such properties now for sale in the North East. 468
Delving into the sea's bounty; NORTHUMBERLAND COAST FRITTER MISTO. Recipe 804
Design icon; Citroen has refreshed its strong-selling trendy DS3 small hatch. JONATHAN CROUCH reports. 529
Diary. 351
Dig in for the war on weeds. 846
Durham school rated 'outstanding' by Ofsted. 421
Easy guide to fabulous floorboards; Nothing adds to the look of a room, or the value of your home, like lovely wooden floors. Here's how to get yours looking great says Julia Gray. 407
EMPLOYING [...]. 354
Europe's a blessing and a hindrance, but United want back in; Head coach John Carver is adamant Newcastle United want to get back into the Europa League - but the competition needs a revolution, writes Mark Douglas. 1213
Evergreen success will make you a believer. 456
Fab four bedrooms proving popular. 195
Faking it is a real talent. 596
Family homes expected to sell quickly. 291
Fantastic fizzes that will make your Mother's Day. 651
Festival for residents sees entrance fees cut by 50%. 250
FILM. 138
Fine family home in historic village. 114
First new IEP train arrives on British soil. 139
Flying Blyth are full of confidence; EVO-STIK PREMIER. 216
For the love of steak? 734
Former quarry worker's cottage is the height of style. 117
Four to the floor; Ford's Focus RS offers a winning recipe of a great chassis and some serious turbocharged grunt. And there's a new twist, as ANDY ENRIGHT reports. 585
Freaking out over web bug; what's on the web. 104
Friendly face to help buyers. 456
Games firm set to create 100 jobs at North base. 528
Genie scheme bottled for export. 377
Get with the program(me). 155
Golden rules for good night's sleep. 1295
Gordon aims to savour the moment. 268
Gus believes win on cards for his Cats; Boss tips his side to triumph in key clash. 679
Health chief recruiting for board. 151
Help for broadband connection. 118
Helping hand for home buyers. 419
Hexham named among best places to live in Britain. 423
High costs of housing 'stop new families'. 223
High housing costs 'stop families'. 258
Historic cottage with reservoir on the doorstep. 150
Holiday lodge by dunes offered. 332
Home designed to have impact. 668
Home for a couple or workers sharing. 155
Home modernised to high spec. 156
Horses prepared for their season of endurance; Anna Harris. 423
How free is a 'free' account? Who's really footing the bill for you to have free banking? asks Vicky Shaw. 752
I Now Know. 388
I'm a songwriter, not a celebrity; Noel Gallagher is reaching for the skies with a Noel Gallagher is reaching for the skies with a new High Flying Birds album and tour. He talks to Marion McMulle Mulle M n about guitar greats, X Factor and the Jedi skills of one Johnny Marr. 944
Impressive Victorian home's wraparound conservatory. 111
Index drifts as US dollar continues its trajectory; FTSE 100 TOM DANIELS Brewin Dolphin. 285
Inspectors find secondary's standards too low. 350
Is Salmond our saviour? 105
It's a fairytale win for trainer Bradstock as his amazing 8-year-old becomes first novice to strike Gold since 74; CONEYGLEE. 493
JAMES WALKER Complaints champion fights for your rights. 502
Jose insists he's staying optimistic despite loss. 781
Joy as Shih Tzu wins Crufts award. 544
JUST over [...]. Editorial 683
Karanka wants breathing space in promotion race. 641
Killer loses bid to clear name in court. 149
Laybourn hat-trick as England delight Darlington crowd. 438
Local talent is drawn on to protect our native squirrels. 497
Love at a premium with new Tinder... As mobile matchmaker Tinder launches a premium arm, Katie Wright asks: what does it take to survive in the crowded dating app market? 468
Luxury home with the wow factor. 194
Magnificent mansion with gardens. 163
Major hotel chains vie for city site. 560
Man jailed for sex assault. 119
Meningitis vaccine for teenagers. 174
Mills: Eight wins required to reignite play-off dream. 498
Mini magic; The MINI hatch -5-door makes a lot of sense. Particularly in 1.5-litre petrol-powered Cooper guise. JONATHAN CROUCH reports. 555
Mixed fortunes for British drivers; MOTOR RACING. 269
More of what you love after refurb of Free Trade. 637
More than citrus on the menu at The Orangery; QUICKBITES. 418
Morgan has no regrets despite his side's World Cup failure. 751
Murray's parachute stunt is grounded. 142
Music show to raise cash for teenage cancer fund. 204
Neil can steal a Derby victory; Norwich look good in big shootout. 454
Nerves set to fray as rivals for the drop go head to head Nerves set to fray as rivals for the drop go head to head. 409
New for the home. 143
New partnership aims to satisfy demand for ethical ready meals. 135
New tp the market. 217
NHS fails waiting list goal for a year. 158
No need for Ebola alarm says RVI health chief. 473
No place I'd rather be No place I'd rather be; It's the toughest, most agonising Festival I have ever endured but I'll tell you this.. 1002
Nominate for lottery award. 162
North isn't hard done by. 181
North women's rowing team face European elite. 522
Now this Alpha's better; Slowly but surely, Alfa Romeo is knocking its Giulietta into pretty good shape. ANDY ENRIGHT reports. 575
Old-timer still has a spring in his step; Saraband. 526
Otaegui close to Tour record; SPORT SHORTS GOLF. 103
Pellegrini pledges future to Man City. 410
Persecuted Poyet feeling a bit bemused? Fair play Persecuted Poyet feeling a bit bemused? Fair play; THE PREVIEW: Sunderland v Aston Villa Stadium of Light, today, 3pm Y the end of his pre-match Gustavo Poyet is unhappy Sunderland are bottom of the Fair Play League but there is one column he should be worried about, says Stuart Rayner. Column 1154
Plan ahead before making changes; Architect Guy Whitehead looks at the five things you need to consider when planning an extension to your home. 808
Plugging away. 506
Police make arrest after hammer incident. 173
Police probe far-right site. 312
Popular hair salon on market. 251
Positive outlook for injured De Jong. 283
pound notes. 359
Power to ensure your wishes are realised. 505
Price buster; The improved Dacia Duster continues to offer a trendy compact 5-door SUV Crossover for supermini money. JONATHAN CROUCH reports. 574
property; In our series in which people in the North East property market give a personal view on homes, housing, the industry and more, homemaker meets Charlotte Woodcock. 1052
Propping up table for new office space; OFFICES. 332
Proud to see ref's progress. 167
PS5000'search for racing's top tipster Search for racing's. 217
Putin cannot be appeased. We have to halt this assault; For Tyneside businessman ALEXANDER TEMERKO the Ukraine conflict is not a quarrel in a faraway country. It is a battle in his homeland, the ramifications of which reach all around the world. He says the West now has a key decision to make. Editorial 883
Quakers aim to progress on and off pitch; EVO-STIK FIRST DIVISION. 177
Quiz of the Day. 154
Quiz would-be MPs at NFU's hustings events; As two Northumberland constituencies prepare to host hustings for prospective MPs, ROBERT GIBSON looks at the NFU's five policy challenges as election day looms. 669
Recognition of a life less ordinary; North East lecturer Sandra Kerr, friend of folk legends Ewan MacColl and Peggy Seeger, mum of folk star Nancy Kerr, and the voice of much-loved Bagpuss characters, speaks to Mike Kelly about her rich and varied life. 1632
Red Rose must not let focus wilt in heat of a fierce battle. 1102
Rest, relax and breathe yourself to sleep ... 159
RONNY ROAR TO REACH A CRESCENDO; Commons' return can help land treble part one. 550
Scaled down yet big performer; Porsche's Macan slots in below the behemoth Cayenne to offer a slightly more affordable sports SUV. ANDY ENRIGHT reports. 647
Scott leads the way as Eagles seal fourteenth win in a row; NEWCASTLE EAGLES 119 CHESHIRE PHOENIX 92. 592
Seafront project up for three further awards. 297
Services mark a debt that we can never fully repay. 613
Shamed FORMERTV star jailed for sexual assaults. 471
Share some more satire. 192
Six weeks to seize a place; EVO-STIK FIRST DIVISION. 169
Six-packed; BMW's controversial coupe-shaped SUV returns in second generation guise. ANDY ENRIGHT reports. 453
Slump seen in construction industry output. 241
Small gardens with rural touch; Garden designer Dan Pearson shows Hannah Stephenson how amateur gardeners can adapt his naturalistic ideas into their own outdoor spaces. 722
Smart charger; Unconvinced by electric vehicles? Wait until you try Tesla's Model S. JONATHAN CROUCH reports. 747
Stay safe on day of solar eclipse; NORTH TODAY. 105
Step inside home of the future. 558
Strictly star flies in for Comic Relief. 367
Struggling schools will benefit from PS900k injection. 479
Stylish bungalow with lovely gardens. 134
Summer start for stylish CX-3. 485
Take a good look at your wood; Chris Scott looks at some of the causes of timber decay and advises how to spot them. 771
Teenager is locked up for deadly punch. 413
The biggest change in a generation for rental sector? 404
The North East's most candid food critic - now writing every Saturday in The Journal. 371
Toffees looking to ensure survival. 248
top tens. 137
TOPTIPS MR FIXIT'S IT was a strange. 117
Town centre growth bid. 609
Townhouse with great views of river. 209
True Potential's turnover up 61%; FINANCE. 418
Twenty to three; The Hyundai i20 seems a bit of an odd basis for a coupe version, but give this one a chance. It's well worth a look. ANDY ENRIGHT reports. 544
Umpires lose fight to stay in middle. 534
Victory looks like an Easy prospect; POINT TO POINT. 512
Wales can take chance to open up race for title. 241
We are game for hundreds of jobs for skilled workers. 205
Whole-hearted approach; great pages of food and drink 7; Vicky Turnbull is celebrating the second anniversary of her healthily nutritious street food business by coming in from the cold and into people's homes with a new door-to-door delivery service. Jane Hall reports. 1712
Winter jumps back in just when we thought it was over. 201
Women bosses toasted. 468
Youngsters shine as young Shrek and Fiona. 330

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