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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (May 2, 2015)

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'No one else could have done better' Carver launches bold defence of his reign Carver: No one could have done any better. 667
'Think before you buy and let the agent do the talking'. 738
70 positions to be filled as luxury spa prepares for opening. 236
A great package; Honda's improved CR-V is the answer to the school run, JUNE NEARY decides this week. 622
A lady-sized steak and a fillet on the bone. 1182
A shiraz to shout about. 518
A warm welcome in the Hills. 388
A world of new flavours. 164
albums. 496
Anger over PS80m homes proposal. 451
Anguish of North girl over friends in Nepal. 522
Anne ready to show her Class; Hopefully Duke won't be picking up a silver medal this time. Silver lining. 556
Apartment in the heart of market town. 102
At last ... a century for Cook. 168
Audition for chance to star in Peter Pan. 233
Author set for talk at North library. 120
Bandits are wary of blazing Comets; SPEEDWAY. 459
Bard company; As the nation gets ready to mark 400 years of Shakespeare's legacy in 2016, Richard Edmonds reviews a new book about the finest actors to perform his works. 1038
Bath ace's focus is on Cup final; SPORT SHORTS RUGBY UNION. 175
Beer festival set to be a big draw. 184
BEST OF THE BUNCH... BLUEBELLS. 125
Big fight has been worth waiting for - Mayweather; Timing is everything, says star. 793
Blaydon keeper set for month out injured; NORTH EAST PREMIER LEAGUE. 421
Business park full to capacity. 248
Buyers attracted to this Story. 221
Call for support for care services. 193
Cameron dismisses fears over child benefit. 796
CARVER'S HEAD IN HIS HANDS; 'Ostrich' ranter Nigel can add to Toon torment. 737
Centre owners keen to attract start-up firms. 194
Chance to buy city centre bar and restaurant. 335
Chance to own country estate. 136
Church to sell fossil fuel shares in policy change. 526
City bin men hit spotlight after BBC's documentary. 193
City boss: It's tough to keep your cool. 329
Clegg vow to help jobless young people. 201
COLUMNIST. 748
COMPANIES TODAY. 195
Complaints champion fights for your rights. 845
CONFERENCE PROGRAMME. 237
Consumer credit grows by PS1.2bn. 130
Contractor appointed to revamp showroom. 220
Convertible Q; Can Infiniti's open-top make it big in the UK market? JONATHAN CROUCH reports. 510
Cook completes century to continue revival as England stage a fight-back. 657
Country cottage is full of character. 133
Criminals to forfeit cash. 108
Crossover revised and refined. 500
Customers lose money after Carcraft collapse. 238
CX and the city; Mazda's dinky CX-3 is an urban crossover that looks to reprise the success of its CX-5 big brother. ANDY ENRIGHT reports. 501
Deaths. 608
Development proves popular with a wide range of buyers. 362
Difficult decisions in Morpeth. 147
Diry. 295
Ditch fallacy over fat cats; Views of the North. 477
DOUBLE HANDFUL; John Shaw's racing betting column in association with. Column 615
Drive to succeed paying off in style as squad hits the ground running; Durham skipper Paul Collingwood takes a group of players eager to keep getting better to Lord's. Stuart Rayner reports. 763
Drivers take part in convoy protest. 392
Duchess shows support to hospice. 368
DURHAM CRICKET LEAGUE. 415
ECONOMY TODAY. 243
Emphasis on barbecue. 178
Estidhkaar has Guineas in Han; Hannon Classic double is on the cards Hannon's the Wizard of Os. 715
Evening is inspired by great writer from Spain. 261
Events lined up to celebrate work of nurses. 203
Exhibition of Cornish art opens at Woodhorn. 547
Experts are on hand for a makeover this summer. 389
Falcons hooker keeping Scotland flame burning. 761
Family home by name and nature. 573
Family home situated in grounds of estate. 110
Father-and-son firm believe in thinking outside of the Box. 878
Ferry fire fool to serve his full sentence. 395
FINALLY .. THE CHAMPIONSHIP SPARKS TO LIFE; Thrills and spills as Hibs and Gers fight for 2nd. 542
First garden impressions count. 881
Five are arrested on suspicion of supplying heroin. 288
Former steading in idyllic location. 148
Four-bedroom home is flexible. 282
Friends run in memory of Rachel. Obituary 553
Garden centre's plan approved despite objections. 602
Garden party; Making the most of your outdoor space will make those lazy lunches in the garden even more idyllic, finds Claire Hornby. 543
Get a taste for food festival. 216
Getting a buzz out of night's entertainment. 359
Google's mobile upgrade. 118
Grade II listed terrace is within conservation village. 106
Grade II-listed cottage close to castle with famed cattle. 106
Greens 'open' to discussing three-way marriages. 231
Guineas glory on cards for master. 594
Heartache as dogs disappear. 411
Hill looks ready to take the next step; POINT TO POINT. 538
History film by students out on DVD. 436
Home for the green-fingered. 125
HORSEBOX. 144
Hospital's review of nutrition following death of pensioner. 510
How low can mortgage lenders go? 163
Hyundai announce spec for i40 family model. 642
I'll take the blame, insists Advocaat; I'll take the blame if we go down, says Advocaat. 636
Invasion of scarecrows all in good cause. 407
It is do or die for us now - we just have to deliver; Billy Jones believes Sunderland must find form if they are to pull away from the relegation zone. Steve Brown reports. 798
It's been a wonderful innings so far - and I'm still not out! 428
Jail for chauffeur after blackmail plot exposed. 587
Jobs created as initiative brings homes to borough. 366
karen.overbury. 370
Kitchens need a spring clean too; Chef and food blogger Natasha Corrett loves to eat well - as does her army of social media fans. Jeananne Craig speaks to the Honestly Healthy guru. Recipe 760
Koeman backing old pal Advocaat in survival bid. 430
Labour will axe bedroom tax from first day in office. 544
Last chance to own mews home. 396
LAST NIGHT'S ACTION. 689
Leading way on dementia. 235
Legal threat to United star's dad; Wrangle over keeper's agent switch. 385
Leicester midfielder promises there will be no let-up against United. 428
LINE OF THE WEEK. 179
Lloyds bank leads index at end of a bad week; FTSE 100. 234
Lovely home in village boasts a charming garden. 133
Making the headlines; Audi puts its RS badge on to an SUV for the first time with the power-packed RS Q3. ANDY ENRIGHT reports. 1017
Man hurt crossing main road. 115
MASTERFUL FROM MARIO. 399
Maunika's on mission to spice up our lives; great pages of food and 7; Maunika Gowardhan is about to bring her zeal for Indian food to a wider audience with her long-awaited debut cookbook. JANE HALL caught up with the Newcastlebased chef. 1615
May Day event goes ahead in city. 163
MERIDIAN'S ANGELIC UPSTART WATCHABLE TWILIGHT SON GREATEST JOURNEY. 767
Millie's call-up for GB squad. 316
Mortgage monitor; This week's best buys include... 163
Mother's ride pays tribute to daughter. 148
MR FIXIT'S TOPTIPS. 120
Murphy is one frame away from a place in final; SNOOKER. 289
Music world in mourning as Ben E King dies. 289
Musical evolution; what's on the web. 109
Name the Year. 241
New file of evidence against jailed Harris. 308
New for the home. 143
New to the market. 216
Newcastle aiming for early finish in election night race. 401
Newton Rigg will again host uplands conference. 571
Nissan's number one green machine. 281
North can lead way on social housing: Prescott. 645
North East dairy cream of the crop. 358
NORTHERN ALLIANCE. 268
NORTHUMBERLAND LEAGUES. 439
Opportunities diminishing; Views of the North. 324
Paddle-sport event held at country park. 118
Pardew plays down Bolasie interest. 235
Police begin probe into poll fraud. 122
Police plea after theft of copper pipe. 128
pound notes. 382
price ladder. 180
Prince given warm welcome. 497
Property deals reach PS154m in opening months; INVESTMENT. 458
Property is offered with no chain. 145
PS5000; Search for racing's top tipster. 228
Publication of abuse report delay. 441
Putting our interests first; Views of the North. 189
Q&A 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 Jayne Dehaty. 771
Quakers a step away from Premier; EVO-STIK LEAGUE. 188
Quiz of the Day. 153
Rams will go on the charge - McClaren; CHAMPIONSHIP PREVIEW. 421
Reality check might help; Views of the North. 392
Refurbished home in pleasant village. 112
Regiment receives new colours. 498
REVIEWS. 1094
Ride get back in the saddle; Ahead of their short UK tour, Ride's Andy Bell and Mark Gardener tell Andy Welch how some time apart gave them a fresh perspective. 924
Sculpture park at Grange is marble-ous; A North East country house again turns sculpture park this weekend, as DAVID WHETSTONE explains. 463
Season of lists and shallow truthfulness; MARGARET DUDDIN says that we ordinary voters can see beyond the promises offered by parties A, B and C. 923
Shearer chips in for club. 196
Shedding light on Help to Buy ISA; with Catherinet Davies of Ward Hadaway. 514
Silent majority are with me, insists Carver. 1017
Silver start-ups: Will you take the plunge? A new wave of 'silver start-ups' could be on the horizon, says Vicky Shaw. 951
Smart and stylish house in quiet suburb. 103
SPFL FIRST-SCORER TIPS ... WITH MCBOOKIE.COM. 243
Spruce up your surroundings. 377
Stall to play for in move at HQ. 170
Stand out from the crowd; For those of you who like to invest in bricks and mortar, there are many homes across the region which are priced around PS500,000 - and which are sure to hold their value in the future. Here homemaker previews a small selection of such properties now for sale. 479
Success lives long in the memory for Blues boss. 812
Summer tour plans cut back by Red Devils boss; Shorter trip will bolster title bid. 718
Support for youth charity. 160
Survey provides insight into wildlife use of our gardens. 904
THE BOOKIES' VIEW. 469
They'll be putting on a great spread. 516
Thunder boss still looking for more; RUGBY LEAGUE. 239
Tie on a knife-edge after late show from Fletcher; SHEFFIELD SHARKS 90 NEWCASTLE EAGLES 91. 573
Time for more selfie respect? The Selfie-Esteem movement wants to promote better body (or should that be face?) confidence by having us post hastily taken snaps on social media. But, asks Katie Wright, is a campaign focused on looks doing more harm than good? 452
Tour OFYORKSHIRE slips into chaos; CYCLING. 239
Townhouse offers modern living space. 211
Transform your home or garden. 1350
Tributes to community stalwart. 425
TV CHOICE. 321
TV CHOICE. 315
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. 550
Two North schools get top marks from Ofsted. 589
Tyneside pub closes for makeover. 154
UKIP TARGETS THE BBC. 163
Vertu buys dealerships in deals valued at PS7.9m; MOTORS. 366
Virgin Money lending up 34%. 547
Volvo unveil economical XC90. 800
Vote Lib Dem to keep Tories out, says Farron. 548
War effort of Wor Women remembered. 819
We need real policies for real issues - charity chief. 722
We want Dyche to stay, says defender. 342
WEARSIDE LEAGUE. 248
WHAT TO DO THIS WEEK. 177
What's causing those salt marks? Surveyor Chris Scott examines the symptoms and causes of rising damp and explains what can be done if your home is affected. 747
WOOD JOINS ONE-DAY SQUAD. 281
Work of a gene-ius; Professor Doug Turnbull leads a team of scientists in Newcastle making world-leading advances. Graeme WhiTfielD talks to him about patients, politics and why the North east is a great place to do research. 1435
You'll be shrubbing up nicely with these; Now's the time to give your garden some structure and what better way than with my favourite special shrubs? gardening. 636

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