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

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Title Author Type Words
'70s singer to perform at music event. 140
2014 already surpassed; SPORT SHORTS RACING. 201
A 'super mayor' has to be will of North East public. 628
A life cut tragically short one week after; Correspondence recently discovered in a North East family archive paints a vivid picture of a young army officer's tragically brief involvement in World War One. Author and film-maker CHARLES BOWDEN outlines a tale of of sacrifice, courage and grief. 1900
Adopted ship's crew digs deep for local causes. 213
After a decade of chop and change, Black Cats are a club in need of a clear identity; THE AGENDA: Black Cats need to rediscover who they are in order to succeed As we wait to find out who will be Sunderland's new coach, the identity of the club itself is a more pressing issue, argues Stuart Rayner. 919
Amazon to record UK sales in this country; INTERNET. 360
Band at top of their game. 462
Bank holiday music festival a hit. 136
Bayliss just couldn't turn down England. 236
Bennetts set to take charge at Gateshead. 412
Birthday boy Colly takes Durham close; THE MATCH: Worcestershire v Durham at the County Ground, Day Three at the County Ground, Day Three Skipper guides his side to within sight of victory. 1064
Books on dementia self-help at libraries. 251
Builders set to appeal decision on new homes. 370
Building links between business and education. 485
Business park secures lettings after multi-million pound deal. 391
Cameron could focus on boosting the region instead of pushing EU referendum. 796
Carer boosts trek funds at pub event. 139
Choir bids farewell to 'true asset'. 251
COLUMNIST. 742
COMPANIES TODAY. 258
Company to supply staff for South Korean firm. 189
Conditions make life tough for fourth seed. 974
Container firm's giving businesses their own space; BUSINESS SPACE. 625
Day worth celebrating in our region. 433
Deaths. 662
Defence cuts will put jobs on the line. 437
Drivers warned of A1(M) resurfacing work. 236
ECONOMY TODAY. 256
Entertainment the new watchword; COMMENT. 544
Exclusivity clause ban. 174
Exhibition lined up for wind farm proposals. 208
Fans of all sports sure to fall for Magic Weekend's verve and colour; THE INTERVIEW: Former Thunder player Brian Carney on Magic Weekend Rugby league will rock the home of Newcastle United this Saturday and Sunday, says dual-code international Brian Carney. 1034
Fears raised on extending Tories' right-to-buy policy. 318
Festival getting down to some unfinished business; Schubert's Symphony No. 8 was unfinished and so is Northern Chords, as DAVID WHETSTONE reports. 454
Figures reveal extent of late payment problems; PAY FAIR. 571
Firm's special effect timesaver; MEDIA. 420
Fitness teams win challenge; NORTH TODAY. 104
Fostered teen died at party after drinking. 378
Government warned of cuts unrest. 428
Guide dogs to be staff focus. 162
Homes for older people from innovative funding. 425
Homes plan 'last straw' for Morpeth protestors. 456
How do we solve the housing problem? ALISON THAIN and PAUL FIDDAMAN with some answers to an issue that will not go away. 791
I had to use the scared face. It's the same look as when I'm in trouble with my girlfriend; He's battled countless baddies, but in his latest movie, Dwayne Johnson faces his most dangerous opponent yet. Susan Griffin meets the wrestlerturned-Hollywood heavyweight whose industry clout is going from strength to strength big screen. 1190
I was amazed to work with an icon like Bob; small screen. 848
Italian legend Baresi launches North junior football camps. 395
Jordan is the hero as Sussex claim win; CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND-UP. 403
Keeping Karanka is the key for Boro. 462
Let North East become Britain's 'engine room' 20,000 energy jobs can be on way by 2030. 148
Lick your lips and let's really start to explore China; JIMMY TSANG on the changes in Chinese cuisine in Newcastle - and what we can look forward to. 936
Lift firm faces strike over trackers in vehicles. 203
Memories of seaside holidays at exhibition. 207
MP glad to see plans for relocation of police station. 178
Murray the mentor feels bound by a duty of care; THE FRENCH OPEN: Edmund's enthusiasm rubs off on British number one Scot embraces next generation. 853
New owner to revamp iconic Percy Arms hotel. 522
New raft of allowances is criticised. 447
New tenant ATTHETOWN Hall; LETTINGS. 399
No verbals; SPORT SHORTS BOXING. 154
North can create 20,000 new energy jobs by 2030. 622
North firm's finance app for Apple Watch unveiled; DIGITAL. 368
Nothing to celebrate, says Colback; Colback:We've nothing to celebrate. 486
Office building refurbishment creates 10 new jobs. 363
Parliament mention for champ rower. 135
Partnership to launch rope access academy; ENERGY. 434
PEOPLE ON THE MOVE; This is a free service. Send goodquality colour photographs and particulars TOBUSINESS Desk, The Journal, Groat Market, Newcastle, NE1 1ED or contactjo.blakemore@ncjmedia.co.uk. 345
Pick overseas stars - Noon; RUGBY UNION. 651
Police seek teenagers after attack. 164
Premier League is the only place to be; Premier League the only place to be. 511
Prisoners on legal highs behind assaults - report. 495
Putting us in the picture. 150
Quiz of the Day. 152
Recruiter celebrates twin awards. 117
Red Marine set to create expanded North test facility; ENGINEERING. 479
Region preparing for Virgin Money Cyclone. 652
Retailers'outlook best for 27 years. 284
Run With Pride is well worth following. 397
Ryder Cup skipper desperate to do well in the Irish one that got away; GOlF. 511
Sanctuary for wildlife closes down. 496
School run relief for time-pressed parents. 160
Shasun expect growth after strategy change; PHARMACEUTICALS. 450
Showing his true colours; Letters. Letter to the editor 228
Skipper has birthday to remember. 172
Taking arts to heart on Wearside; The Journal Culture Awards 2014 will take place in Sunderland next month. ROB LAWSON offers a trip around the city's new-found enthusiasm, purpose and belief when it comes to the arts and what is on offer. 1849
There's a big difference; Letters. Letter to the editor 254
Thinking Digital organisers plan to expand reach; DIGITAL. 596
Thunder entering an exciting new phase. 435
Travel site accolade for Jesmond Dene House. Ian Robson Reporter ian.robson@ncjmedia.co.uk 533
Tributes paid after councillor's death. 491
Truth about 2008 crisis; Letters. Letter to the editor 162
TV CHOICE. 324
Two injured in city building collapse. 102
UK markets impacted by downturn in Europe; FTSE 100. 306
Warriors take the field. 460
We need to make some noise about what we have to offer. 611
Wildlife concerns could scupper tourism project. 551

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