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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (May 13, 2015)

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'Mollie, 7, was in the window chair just minutes before bus crashed into our home'. 626
'Speed date' event for jobs at hotel. 126
'Stabbing' as youths clash on city street. 661
'Trust' issues standing in way of Pietersen return. 610
30 years on - event set of ground-breaking CD to celebrate anniversary release by Dire Straits. 718
A better life for everyone. 428
Architects bidding for PS200m Mongolia project; DEVELOPMENT. 480
Award for technology 'evangelist'. 117
Awards shortlisting for fast-GROWINGTT Law; LAW. 338
Back to the drawing board. 151
Bale unhappy? Get Real says Carlo. 252
Barclays creating apprenticeships for 75 youngsters; APPRENTICES. 628
Bidding war for Magpies' Dutch target; Virgil opens the door to a move to North East. 444
Bird bath thief's letter of apology to victim. 292
Cameron heads to region and backs North MP as local government tsar. 683
Campaigners to organise fightback on austerity. 199
Carey gets on her running shoes for Parkinson's. 194
Cats have kept on believing - Costel; Pantilimon earns praise from Defoe. 452
City of Newcastle upon [...]; Public Notices. Public notice 422
Clean Green has Ouseburn shining. 433
Communication is key in relationship with your bank. 487
Council provides backing for IT apprentice hub. 346
Cyclists join in fancy dress ride; NORTH TODAY. 107
Deaths. 596
Developer on shortlist for UK prize. 123
Dexter finds a winning approach. 357
Do not forget. 138
Enterprise responds to changes on beer tie law. 264
Experts react to new energy storage tech; Technology forerunner Elon Musk says the new Tesla Powerwall battery storage pack'will change the way the world uses energy'. PETER McCUSKER gauges the views of North East energy storage experts. 1722
Extremist in plan to 'take out' prince. 364
Falcao will get goals in future, says Cole. 374
Families don't have to shell out to enjoy rock pool ramble. 413
Film makers' funding to make short movies. 440
First democracy, then delivery and devolved powers; On Monday the chairman of the North East combined authority said the region had to act quicky to win a comprehensive deal of devolution. says we have to do more to make the most of what is a golden opportunity. 611
For once the one-liners won't be off cuff for Ross; Having made his name performing off-the-cuff comedy, the producers of The Producers had to put a lot of faith in Ross Noble's skill with a script. SAM WONFOR finds him revelling in Mel Brooks' lines. 825
Free bus travel to farmers' markets. 193
Frustrated Gunners aim to bounce back quickly. 749
Gateshead COUNCIL[...]; Public Notices. Public notice 197
Germans dare to dream but Barca are too strong; Guardiola's side are unable to conjure miracle. 648
Get a taste of college life at free workshop. 201
Gillespie 'perfect' fit' for England. 326
Girl cuts off locks for good cause. 207
GNR pair to tie the knot before race. 146
Go Ahead and tackle skills gap; TRAINING. 492
Going in at the deep end; If you like the books of David Almond and Ann Coburn, here's another name to watch. Chloe Daykin, who was coached by them both, tells DAVID WHETSTONE about her first novel which had publishers clamouring. 1484
Government must help businesses to recover. 376
Great moment I'll remember. 194
Hamilton storms to hat-trick at Beverley. 645
Harnessing the power of the tides. 474
Hawking to take stage at Glasto. 280
HIGHLIGHTS OF LOCAL HISTORY MONTH - A CHANCE TO DELVE INTO north east heritage. 514
Homeowner defiant over house stripes. 184
Hoping for a sense of stability with a new government. 404
Horses saved after third blaze at stables. 205
Horses saved in third stable arson. 211
How a garden festival turned one town into a prized exhibit; Heritage. 1225
I don't feel limited by my age I don't feel limited by my age I don't feel limited by my age I don't feel limited by my age; Her character in Cloud Of Sils Maria might be an ageing actress struggling to let go of her youth, but in real life, Juliette Binoche doesn't have that problem. It's all about creating opportunities, whatever stage of life you're at, she tells Albertina Lloyd big screen. 1049
I don't get same buzz sitting on the bench - Gerrard. 629
I eat lambs, but I didn't want to eat bear for fun; small screen. 877
Inspiring Females: Women in Education. 435
INTERNET DEAL; COMPANIES TODAY. 103
Intriguing times ahead. 265
Johnson-Thompson has to pull out of showdown; ATHLETICS. 330
Joker in the pack an unlikely source of composure in stroll to victory; THE MATCH: Durham v Nottinghamshire Day Three, Emirates ICG. 1211
KEITH HANN COLUMNIST. 703
Last movements of student 'will never be known'. 592
Late night pudding parlour is set to taste sweet success; RETAIL. 610
LEICESTERSHIRE BATTLING BACK. 270
Licence allows Wynyard Hall to stage key events. 551
Licence fee axe would hit region hard - former exec. 734
Manufacturing growth stronger; ECONOMY. 359
Maxing out on fun show. 409
Murphy under union pressure; BRITAIN TODAY. 155
Murray wants clay hat-trick; SPORT SHORTS TENNIS. 136
Mystery patroller flags up fouling. 487
Name the Year. 245
National award for North IT company. 288
NETPARK's innovation summit; INNOVATION. 479
New county crackdown on littering launched. 272
New deal means Jay is staying at Saints. 319
New premises fit bill for yoga firm. 188
No mention of Iron Lady? 127
North FIRMTORUS bought out of administration; RECRUITMENT. 391
North flights help EasyJet's profits to soar sky-high; AIRLINES. 450
NORTH TYNESIDE [...]; Public Notices. Public notice 160
NORTH TYNESIDE COUNCIL; Public Notices. Public notice 145
October re-opening for damaged crematorium. 360
Offshore company in protection breakthrough. 216
OUTLOOK DUE; ECONOMY TODAY. 147
Parade to mark new memorial. 172
PEOPLE ON THE MOVE. 841
Pet owners urged to be 'dog wise'. 127
PM: We will pass on power to North regions. 254
Poppies to mark heroes' homes; NORTH TODAY. 131
Prime Minister's pledge to push on with 'Northern Powerhouse'. 849
QUIGG BRACED FOR TOUGHEST FIGHT OF HIS CAREER SO FAR. 251
Quiz of the Day. 151
Raise your profile at world record attempt. 493
Reworking of this classic tale not always a laughing matter. 393
Ritson has right stuff to become a champion, says coach; Nelson backing North boxer to reach the top. 599
Robo-dogs set to replace real thing, claims expert. 463
Safety fears over loss of all-weather lifeboat. 586
Save our pub. 396
Set for a spectacular show; EVENT. 801
Shares sale takes public stake in Lloyds below 20%. 283
SNP victory a sign of times. 153
Soap star and fiance are 'taking a break'. 224
Speculative development call; DEVELOPMENT. 431
Star of Seville's fitness advantage. 257
Students are in the driving seat. 431
Students' TV licence refund; NORTH TODAY. 139
SUNDAY WARNING; COMPANIES TODAY. 151
Swing by for afternoon tea; NORTH TODAY. 106
The Borough Council [...]; Public Notices. Public notice 354
The importance of further education. 412
Thieves steal car during overnight burglary. 176
TOP AWARD; ECONOMY TODAY. 112
Tougher action needed - Toure; FOOTBALL SHORTS MANCHESTER CITY. 132
Tour de force to help children's heart fund. 258
Tribute to local character. 131
TTE's six-figure refurbishment; TRAINING. 391
TV CHOICE. 381
UK's leading index comes under pressure; FTSE 100. 292
Vive La Difference; START-UPS. 817
War graves focus of a public talk. 438
WHAT'S ON[...]. 2939
Where do they go from here? Has any chance of Labour winning the next general election gone now that David Miliband has ruled himself out of the running for the next party leader? Mike Kelly reports. 1631

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