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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (August 20, 2016)

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Title Author Type Words
'It's so devastating to lose such a pal'. 418
'Stay away from derby' order makes traders fume. 531
A crunch weekend for North squads; speedway. 375
A date is set for statue of Shearer. 391
A special invitation to view. 408
Acres of style and space ... 418
Aiming to take the toil out of the ladies' toilets at theatres. 537
album reviews. 404
Apps are now putting women's needs first; Following the success of Bumble, a wave of new female-focused apps are coming. KATIE WRIGHT explores further. 507
Bakery and coffee shop. 161
Bede's World name a no, no; Letters. 215
Benitez is keen to keep faith with shotstopper Sels. 437
Benitez will do things his way - and it will benefit club hugely; THE JOURNAL SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 2016 MARK DOUGLAS The voice of North East sport. 803
Benwell chase win to ensure survival; NORTH EAST PREMIER LEAGUE. 364
Blaze forces families out of homes. 164
Blindness fears over lasers from the internet. 259
Blyth boss set to reshuffle his pack. 315
Bookies'View [...]. 334
Bookies'View. 342
Bright and pewt-iful; why metal guru knox is the master of collectible pewter. 1066
Bringing the trophy back to the North East would be something I would love to do -Wood; THE PREVIEW: T20 Finals. 863
Burglars steal safe in raid on children's nursery. 267
Business centre is given room to grow with change of owner; ACQUISITIONS. 400
Californians ignore calls to evacuate from fires. 177
Campaigners organise 'Save our Moor' march. 985
Celebration of local produce as festival returns to North Shields. 468
Charity boss is VIP at opening; NORTH TODAY. 160
Cherries on top; TOP FOOD WRITER ROSIE BIRKETT SHOWS MARION MCMULLEN HOW TO MAKE THE MOST OF THIS POPULAR SUMMER FRUIT. 226
Children's classics get a modern dance twist this autumn; Daisy Parphead, a breakdancing wolf and Pinocchio feature in Dance City's autumn season. DAVID WHETSTONE reports. 727
City another big test of Magpies' awayday fragility; THE PREVIEW: Bristol City v Newcastle United. 687
City boss is keeping his options open over Hart future. 573
Clashes in Kashmir as security plan is defied. 380
Close to country, coast and more. 468
COMPANIES TODAY. 261
Contract boost is a big deal for Heed's top two; VANARAMA PREMIER. 474
cool combo CHOCOLATE CHERRY PAVLOVA (SERVES 8-10). Recipe 329
Countryside views - and six en suites. 154
County to benefit to tune of PS13.6m FROMTALL Ships; Trying to take the toil out of the toilets ... 166
Court decision against Muller; SPORT SHORTS SWIMMING. 108
Cross-breed has real pedigree; Edward Stephens looks at Volvo's V60 Cross Country. 437
Cyclists gearing up to remember brave teenager Chris Lucas. 381
De Jong set for Eindhoven loan deal. 350
Detached home with walking trails close by. 127
Detached house in private grounds. 103
Diary. 300
Disrespect the seas and oceans and we'll all be in deep trouble. 1052
Do you risk draining the bank of Gran? generous grandparents are putting their own finances at risk by bankrolling relatives says TRICIA PHILLIPS. 627
Dods' supermare is Angel of the North; Mecca soars in Nunthorpe. 628
Don't take a 'storm selfie' BRITAIN TODAY. 108
Donations lead to outdoor trip; NORTH TODAY. 146
DOUBLE HANDFUL. 626
Drink in the superb valley views. 134
ECONOMY TODAY. 241
Enjoy a year-round escape in home by the coast. 537
Enjoy freedom of the open road in a camper. 228
Filmic accompaniment to album born of tragedy to be screened across region. 468
Final chance to help to reshape city politically. 355
Find solace in summer shade; While sun worshippers will always head for the hottest spot in the garden, a shady spot can add peace, calm and tranquillity to any open space. Hannah Stephenson shows how to create a shady haven. 592
First residents are enjoying life in new development. 356
First-class billing is hardly justified; The North East's most candid food critic - now writing every Saturday in The Journal. 1175
Food bank use is down, but region is still among the neediest. 713
Former police station now on the market. 149
FTSE droops to round off flat week in markets; FTSE 100. 275
Gateway complex is complete 10 years on from its opening; RETAIL PREMISES. 448
GLC proves real class act; Maxine Ashford is impressed by the drive and the specification of the Mercedes GLC 250 d 4MATIC AMG Line. 462
Gone for a Burton; Clough's new boys can stuff Owen's flops. 569
Gouffran is back in favour with boss. 305
Great North firms with great ideas for change. 731
Half of those paying overdraft fees have savings to clear them. 152
Hammers boss demands another big effort from his players. 233
Hatching a plan for SUV market; Enda Mullen looks at the Nissan Pulsar 1.5 dCi Tekna. 485
Home mover numbers up. 265
Home offers slice of the good life. 671
Hoppy birthday to brew; Craft brewery Almasty is celebrating its second birthday today by opening its doors for a day of beer, food and music, as JANE HALL reports. 1539
House prices continue rise. 219
How our country parsons have changed the world; The British country parson was not just a mild figure given to wringing his hands and sending his flock into a light doze every Sunday. PETER DUTTON shows that they have made amazing contributions in unexpected areas. 1202
I'll play my part in any position for this team - Rodwell; Young star is a positive for boss. 481
ImportantAyala could make timely return for derby clash. 557
Is Bridge title bid Shot? NORTHUMBERLAND LEAGUES. 569
It would be folly to miss such a rare opportunity. 410
JAMES WALKER CONSUMER RIGHTS CHAMPION; PROBLEM SOLVED... companies that do it well. 853
Joyce boxes so clever to make final. 220
Justice finds another pervert in Newcastle. 634
Kaboul completes move to Hornets. 313
Karen Overbury. 393
Labour councillors give Smith campaign a boost. 390
Let there be light this autumn; When it comes to lighting ideas, they don't get more diverse than autumn/winter collections. From elaborate jewelled chandeliers, to minimalist geometric designs, every taste is catered for, says Francesca Craggs. 183
Listen to the call of the North East coast. 417
Looking to make changes inside and outside? 761
Lord it up in unusual home with turret. 109
M SPFL FIRST SCORER TIPS & CONTEST. 256
Make those changes before the summer ends. 710
Man held for weeks over Dubai charity work. 174
Man who carried out two-weapon attack on victim is spared prison. 620
MARTS. 5235
Memories of a strange day; Letters. 115
More first-timers 'turning to grandparents for help to buy'. 652
More than a bungalow - at PS1.1m! 258
Mourinho: Winning title not a necessity. 315
MOYES IS LIKE SAM IN SO MANY WAYS, SAYS JACK. 290
Moyes upbeat despite trying time for Black Cats. 258
MR FIXIT'S TOPTIPS. 191
Mystery of man on the Tyne Bride. 183
New Cherokee's tough to fault; Ian Donaldson drives the Jeep Cherokee 2.2 MultiJet Auto Limited. 416
New culture venue moves closer to its big opening. 382
Nice opts to enforce Burkini ban on beaches. 129
No Collywobbles over the chances of Durham doing well at Finals Day. 506
No sympathy for cheats; Letters. 190
North East health trust picked to share expertise. 529
North East once again faces deepest of cuts. 573
NORTHERN ALLIANCE. 280
OAP attacker gets 12-year prison term. 126
Offers are invited for Durham hotel lease. 104
Offices to become hotel with restaurant and bar; leisure. 458
Olympic-sized offer from builders. 374
Overseas firms look to buy British after Brexit. 224
Parade for Olympic heroes in Manchester. 375
Park desperate for win; DURHAM CRICKET LEAGUE. 290
Period features in stone-built home. 140
Period home with modern twist. 120
Perth's looking so CLIC. 251
Post Office staff vote for strike action. 137
POUND NOTES. 258
Progress for Great North Run's global mission. 246
Property ideal for conversion. 125
Property set in stunning grounds. 116
Property solicitor named among best in business; PROPERTY. 421
Public is warned over cliff dangers. 465
Putting on style down in the woods. 327
quick bytes; TALES FROM AROUND THE WEB. 225
RAISE A GLASS WITH JANE CLARE. 526
Red light as theft of blue badges trebles in three years. 261
Refurbished warehouse ready for use. 324
REVIEWS. 1021
Royal Ballet call for ten-year-old. 499
Rush hour misery after four-vehicle collision. 168
SAINTS AND STUNNERS; Rampant Celtic tough to beat even if Wright parks two buses MR FIXIT PAUL JAIN@MRFIXITSTIPS. 678
salad daysFREEKEH SALAD WITH PAN FRIED DUCK BREAST AND PICKLED CHERRIES. Recipe 370
SAS shows on TV are too fake... It's all pretty girls and over-the-top acting; AS HIS LATEST NOVEL, BAD SOLDIER, IS PUBLISHED, EX-SAS SOLDIER CHRIS RYAN OPENS UP TO HANNAH STEPHENSON ABOUT HIS MOVE TO FLORIDA, HOW POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS AFFECTED HIS FAMILY LIFE AND HIS OPINION OF THE LIKES OF BEAR GRYLLS. 1195
Second site of Zika spread in US. 191
Shed-ful of success as West Wing proves a winner. 270
Sophia is back in the saddle and is winning. 430
Spacious and rather sporty; Edward Stephens tests the BMW Active Tourer 225ex PHEV Sport. 509
Spacious home with heated pool, gym and six acres. 127
Specially for the kids; Use the last of the summer holidays to plan those changes to your child's room. Claire Hornby offers some practical ideas. 469
Sports clubs benefit from law firm's expertise. 151
Standing the test of time; For those who prefer charcacter and traditional features, period homes tick all the boxes. With larger room sizes and a touch of charm, older homes are as popular as ever. 505
Take a journey in the Outback. 504
Take a look outside before winter blasts; In the final of his three columns on property maintenance, surveyor Chris Scott takes a look at external decoration. 657
Take away music and I would be on the streets; Ryley Walker's third album, Golden Sings That Have Been Sung, is one of best records of the year. The Chicago-born singer-song writer tells ANDY WELCH why this is his most honest work yet. 1199
Taking issue with policy; Letters. 170
Tall Ships visit worth PS13m to local economy. 470
The best way to serve notice on tenants. 460
The choice on those finishing touches for today's homes; In his monthly column, Neil Turner architect takes a look at external finishes for our homes. Column 795
THE FIT FACTOR. 540
THE new Thorpe chair from Laura [...]. 142
The pies have it 5. so heat CHERRY AND BAY PIE (SERVES 6-8). Recipe 532
The role of women in agriculture celebrated; FARMING. 805
This big cat is up to scratch. 446
THIS extended property in [...]. 204
THREE GREAT PULL-OUTS. 784
TIME OUT EXTRA. 277
Time to start improvements to your home. 858
Tobacco fraudsters fined. 308
TOP TENS. 143
TV CHOICE. 297
TV CHOICE. 305
TV presenter is stable in Rio; BRITAIN TODAY. 119
Two killed afer buses collide in New Jersey. 190
Up the Anti in the Ebor; Appleby's fair shout at York; Buick getting Point at York. 748
Up to PS150,000. 197
Veteran Skelton proves a Star in jump-off drama. 533
Victim tells of decade of sexual abuse as rapist is locked up. 790
We are sailing. 134
We do like to grow beside the seaside; ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A TASTE OF THE COAST AT HOME? WELL, HERE'S HOW... 629
WEARSIDE LEAGUE. 234
What about farming funding post-Brexit? ALISON HALL Partner at Hay & Kilner Solicitors. 533
WHAT TO DO THIS WEEK. 120
Work to do as boss looks for new faces; new faces. 461
Youngster dies after he was attacked by a dog. 458
Zip away the washing. 115

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