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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (February 12, 2016)

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'We were written off, so we go out there with no fear and nothing to lose' THE PREVIEW: Newcastle Falcons v Leicester Kingston Park, tonight, 7.45pm Dean Richards'side are playing without fear as a consequence of many people writing them off as relegation fodder. Mark Smith speaks to Newcastle Falcons'director or rugby. 1256
50 jobs saved as pharma site changes hands. 509
A BIGGER SPLASH [...]. 322
Allardyce: We have enough firepower. 647
also showing... 653
Angling is on the up - despite the weather. 682
Bank failure safeguards 'still forming'. 221
Batsman detects a sense of deja vu at the Wanderers; CRICKET. 574
Best friends launch new beauty business. 354
Boy helping to protect others after heart scare. 495
Brakes that can't be pulled, cards that aren't red. 1211
Brewery back in profit after pub acquisitions; BREWING. 432
Building on our foundations to promote growth. 526
Burnham calls for full inquiry into Orgreave. 191
Bus profits are used politically; Letters. 173
Cats have chance to tame Red Devils. 335
Ceremony honours IT training boss. 172
Children's language network is being talked about. 204
Church heads to streets to offer passers-by 'Ash'. 532
College's Business Solutions Recruitment Service celebrates successful first quarter. 375
Colleges provide flexible route to higher education qualifications. 1819
CONCUSSION [...]. 468
Court buildings set to be closed. 425
Deaths. 595
Details of Metro line closures are revealed. 239
Doctors pledge to fight new imposed contracts. 413
Dome may get a budget hotel as its new neighbour. 373
Don't price fans out of the game they love, urges Bilic. 681
Dutch TRAINWI-Fi deal extension for Nomad; TECH. 443
dvds. 362
Encouraging start to year for property firm Grainger. 191
Explanation holds no water; Letters. 161
Fake topping takeaway is hit with fine. 130
Ferdinand: England won't get to last four. 343
Fire tragedy victim named. 228
Firm sued over actor's injuries. 143
Forster's recovery impresses boss. 255
Great things can happen when fans are mobilised; The voice of North East sport. 991
Growing more aware of tomatoes' weaknesses. 646
Home favourites leading the way; GOLF. 416
How small firms are getting Captured; A new 'match-making' scheme pioneered by Newcastle University Business School aims to unlock skills and business growth in the region. JEZ DAVISON reports. 1586
I just have to play my best stuff - Joseph. 404
I want to stay, insists Oscar; football SHoRtS CHELSEA. 118
Index drops heavily after earlier brief rally; FTSE 100. 283
Industry tackles long-term construction skills shortage; Fruitful partnerships between construction professionals and education providers are helping to tackle a long-term skills shortage. JEZ DAVISON reports. 1745
Kier buys club site in student residence plan; PROPERTY. 463
Larger firms to be made to reveal pay differentials; EQUALITY. 436
late breaks. 261
Majesty and drama on the high seas; Anthony Nicholas enjoys red sails in the sunset as he takes a Caribbean cruise with a difference. 1418
Man exposes himself to 12-year-old girls. 143
Man killed on train line. 144
MARTS. 925
Minister praises North East life sciences sector; LIFE SCIENCES. 626
National expansion for digital music platform; ENTERTAINMENT. 756
North man in Cuban ordeal on road to recovery. 680
Northern Powerhouse - a talking shop or catalyst for business growth? Improving skills and boosting economic growth is at the heart of the Northern Powerhouse agenda - but is the North East doing enough to benefit from the initiative? JEZ DAVISON reports. 1715
Now we can start building; University secures PS100m loan for major projects. 154
Opponents' attacking power gives Eagles food for thought. 541
Pensioners living longer; BRITAIN TODAY. 118
Period drama parody is a dead loss; film review. 524
Police warned over stop and search tactics. 620
Prison probe after drug arrest mum found dead. 210
Protest in city against plans to curb trade unions. 283
PS100m loan gives university chance to transform city. 1223
Put the politics aside over HQ; Letters. 266
Record earnings for a commercial behemoth; Manchester United's onfield mediocrity under LVG fails to slow financial growth. 749
Sainsbury's axes multi-buy offers. 174
Steve pipped at post. 474
Sunderland sack Johnson on the eve of his trial. 375
Tax increase approved in bid to offset PS14m cuts. 317
Teamwork is the way to bridge the skills gap. 677
The city for a quality education - and quality jobs. 234
The intricate pieces of genius you must see - before they go back in their darkened room. 987
The perfect place to rest and relax; Jasbir Authi takes a short break at a spa hotel on the outskirts of medieval Chester. 697
Tynedale making strides but Lawson must reshuffle side for Preston trip; REGIONAL PREVIEW. 447
Uni bosses' PS1/2m salary package revealed. 164
Very,very single. 668
Victory can seal Cheltenham spot for God's Own. 625
Walk this way; Nigel Heath sets out on a long-distance path packed with history, scenery and... tea plates. 922
We need action on promise of growth in our productivity; CONSTRUCTING EXCELLENCE. 480
Well-known butcher dies at age of 91. Obituary 638
What's on. 2543
Why so much London talk? Letters. 121
Wijnaldum confident of staying up; Wijnaldum confident United can climb out of relegation trouble. 741
You Could Do Something Amazing With Your Life [...]; It was a dark chapter in the recent history of the North East - and writer Andrew Hankinson's new book on killer Raoul Moat, unusually written in the second person, has earned acclaim from the literary world. MIKE KELLY reports. 1118

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