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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (June 25, 2016)

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Title Author Type Words
'Brexit will hit market but also open up chances' REFERENDUM. 686
'No evidence' Orlando shooter was gay, say FBI. 203
10 points to make a split less painful than it needs to be; LOUISE MASTERS SINTONS. 516
1930s property with period features. 105
90 does it FORVOLVO as it ups the sportiness in R-Design. 719
album reviews BY ANDREW GREENHALGH. 425
All roads at SW17 lead to Djokovic again for Murray; Andy kicks OFFWIMBLEDON bid against fellow Brit. 555
Amy wins trials section a year after disappointment. 247
APPROACH REBUFFED. 149
Arbeloa's not Rafa's priority. 201
Ask the experts for home help and advice. 796
Backpacker found dead in Cambodia. 650
BackWales and don't be Croat short; Bale can make a difference against the Irish but pal Ronny faces crash. 597
Bag snatch attempt in charity shop. 131
BigBrexit issuesfor racing's rulers. 161
Bowman decides to remain at Gateshead. 337
CASH CRISIS. 118
Cats keen on Turkish starlet Tufan; Cats look to offload unwanted stars. 410
Celebration of Newcastle Quaker's autobiographical poem. 387
Chetna's baking remix; BRITISH BAKES AND INDIAN SPICE COMBINE IN THE FORMER BAKE OFF CONTESTANT'S NEW BOOK. SHE TELLS GEMMA DUNN SHE HOPES TO INSPIRE HOME COOKS TO BE BRAVER WITH FLAVOUR. 451
Cinema opening the curtain on its Continental-style cafe. 350
City face a steamroller; DURHAM CRICKET LEAGUE. 418
City planners turn blind eye; Letters. 160
Civic with a twist has real appeal; Lee Gibson gives his verdict on the Honda Civic 1.6 i-DTEC Sport. 383
Coleman makes an emotional plea to his players. 325
COLUMNIST KATE THICK. 714
Cottage with plenty of character. 124
Could you spread the word of God in 140 characters or less? 107
Crowds put on best for day two of Plate Festival. 261
Cuevas is into Aegon decider; SPORT SHORTS TENNIS. 107
Curry ONION TART SERVES 10-12. Recipe 401
Debris from crashed plane 'found on island'. 164
Destination Ibiza for good-value fun; Edward Stephens focuses on the SEAT Ibiza FR ECOTSI DSG. 474
Diary. 561
Digital studio's landmark. 127
Doping test lab shut down in Rio. 123
Double century stand a stunner. 628
Drink up Mokka's charms. 710
Enjoy luxury down in the woods. 133
Exceptional year for marine insurance firm; INSURANCE. 394
Exclusive new Zagato from Aston Martin. 240
Extended home with good features. 150
Extra Metros set to be laid on for fans of Beyonce. 378
Fabulous feast of floral delights; Sean Murray looks back on his visit to this year's Chelsea Flower Show and picks his favourites and some eye-catching gems. 664
Facebook's app deadline leaves Moments to save your snaps; The social network will delete photos synced from your mobile if you don't download its specialist app. KATIE WRIGHT asks why? 459
Fair weather hope as double header is planned; speedway. 314
Family home with five bedrooms. 117
Farmhouse with cottage and land. 111
Farrell is making a case for defence. 346
Feeling flush? Snap up a disused toilet in city centre. 479
Flash flooding hits town following thunderstorm. 269
Food and jazz make for a perfect evening at Glass Centre restaurant. 262
Fowler's record one of Excellence; THE INTERVIEW: Graeme Fowler Finding top talent a source of pride for Graeme Durham University did not just help shape the top man in English cricket, but plenty all the way down. It leaves Graeme Fowler proud and bewildered. Stuart Rayner talks to the former Durham and England player. 1131
Garden for the summer; Creating a summer haven is easy with all the choice of outdoor furnishings available. Claire Hornby reports. 435
Get inspired to make changes for summer. 522
Hassle-free help to give homes a new look. 710
Hinnies right on song. 692
Hit the road and see the world in your own camper. 367
Homes to suit every step. 421
How financial advice can help you with probate. 632
I don't have the burden of being a famous face, the attention should be on the poets and their poetry; AS SHE EMBARKS ON A TOUR TO MARK INDEPENDENT BOOKSHOP WEEK, POET LAUREATE DAME CAROL ANN DUFFY TALKS TO HANNAH STEPHENSON ABOUT THE INSPIRATION BEHIND HER WORK AND THE JOY OF WRITING FOR CHILDREN. 1041
I don't want to just go out and sing. I want to put on a show; DONNY OSMOND TELLS MARION MCMULLEN HOW HE SURVIVED BEING A CHILD STAR TO CARVE OUT A CAREER SPANNING MORE THAN FIVE DECADES. 954
Industry calling for fast action on deal for farmers following Brexit; EU REFERENDUM ROBERT GIBSON robert.gibson@ncjmedia.co.uk. 1218
Interesting heritage behind a stylish and chic property. 126
It is still possible to take that first step on to homes ladder; Finance expert Steve Urwin offers advice to those looking to secure that first-time property purchase. 519
JAMES WALKER CONSUMER RIGHTS CHAMPION How to protect your belongings at a festival; CONSUMER RIGHTS CHAMPION HOLIDAYS... how to complain - and how not to. 888
Johnson praises 'brave' Cameron as he steps down. 745
Jones hopes England can produce a grand finale in Sydney. 684
Joshua is praying for fight success; BOXING. 302
Just in time, the Ballance swings way of Durham; THE MATCH: Durham v Yorkshire; Natwest T20 Blast, Emirates Riverside. 1136
Karen Overbury. 375
Keane is happy to embrace the Euros. 325
KIRKLEY HALL RESULTS. 168
Konta fails to keep Pliskova in Czech. 310
Leaders worried that powerhouse will lose its drive. 2468
Lexus taking it to the Max with RX. 547
Light, airy property is close to amenities. 149
Looking back at a time of turmoil as Durham entered first-class era. 440
Lucky 13 for Aphi as he shares the lead in Pulheim. 628
Making a case for the defence; FOOTBALL SHORTS POLAND. 139
Me tired? Give it a rest, demands England's Kane; EURO 2016 IN FRANCE. 1028
MESSI CAN COP A CUPWINNER. 222
Mining companies benefit from Brexit doubts; FTSE 100. 296
Mortgage monitor; This week's best buys include... 151
Motorist found guilty over 'hot hatch' race death. 347
MPs turning on Corbyn after listless campaign. 676
NAKEETA TO SERVE IT UP; Jardine's game stayer looks tasty in the Plate; Cash in on Cashel Man. 776
New for home. 127
New Scottish referendum likely, says Sturgeon. 429
New staff at United just what the doctor ordered; Everton keep eye on Krul. 347
New to the market. 195
New X-Trail is built for comfort; Peter Keenan drives the Nissan X-Trail Tekna DIG-T 163. 532
Nice but not so naughty; There's nothing square about a new root vegetable venture producing healthier sweet treats and savoury bites, as JANE HALL discovers. 1497
North entrepreneurs pitch in to meet big investors. 206
Nothing to be at; EVEN IF YOU ARE PLAGUED BY ALLERGIES, SOME FLOWERS SHOULDN'T CAUSE A PROBLEM. 586
Now you can buy your fresh produce 'on line' ENVIRONMENT. 489
O'Neill hopes for a 'British cup tie'. 242
One in 10 employed would work more hours. 187
Onwards to a new era. 270
Opening up ways to reflect your personality. 448
Orion is bright star at Plate Festival. 392
Paedophile jailed over attacks on two girls. 243
Painting exhibition recalls lost days of North's shipyards. 361
Park provides perfect family spot Park provides perfect family spotPark provides perfect family spot. 716
Peugeot with plenty of Allure. 516
Pistachio, CARDAMOM & white chocolate cake SERVES 10-12. Recipe 276
PLANT OF THE WEEK. 111
POUND NOTES. 443
Price ladder. 194
PS1.5bn wiped off value of region's companies after dramatic result. 1425
PS1.5m digital services deal to engage workforce; SOFTWARE ROBERT GIBSON robert.gibson@ncjmedia.co.uk. 429
Putting the pedestrians first with ban. 473
QUIXK BYTES. 289
RAISE A GLASS WITH JANE CLARE. 570
Return to true democracy. 220
REVIEWS. 985
Rockabilly band set to notch up fiftieth gig; This little piggy's going to... Northumberland Live. BARBARA HODGSON meets a band approaching a half-century. 527
Rugby star convicted of drink-driving. 168
Sanders backs Clinton in bid to KEEPTRUMP out. 426
Save or spend? Just because we can access our pensions early, it doesn't mean we should, writes VICKY SHAW. 767
SAVERS PILE IN; ECONOMY TODAY. 134
Scots prepared for a fired-up Japan. 269
Semi-detached house with good tranport links. 125
Signing players will be a whole new ball game thanks to Brexit. 1531
Spacious village home with stream at bottom of garden. 105
Subaru aims for a revolution in the tourer world. 472
Success is a family affair. 267
Summer is the season to settle; Saturday, June 25, 2016. 450
Support for Tees Pride. 176
Teenager overcomes fall nerves for victory. 201
The best ales and ciders you can taste as popular festival heads to North East. 357
The best in clinical care for horses. 192
The earthquake that started in Newcastle. 138
THE FIT FACTOR. 469
The majority have spoken; Letters. 200
The North East's most candid food critic - now writing every Saturday in The Journal. 390
The sun goes in for Cameron; GAVIN CORDON on the sudden end to the reign of a Prime Minister - and who might replace him at No.10. 1124
Thief caught burgling his gran's home by phone call. 225
TIME OUT EXTRA. 469
Time to plan some fresh home improvements. 486
Title race to get smaller; NORTHUMBERLAND LEAGUES. 436
TOP TENS. 165
Traditional design with modern twist. 387
Trio of stylish new showhomes; Saturday, June 25, 2016. 385
TT racer killed by blunt force injuries - inquest. 464
Tucson's taste of brave new world. 518
TV CHOICE. 293
TV CHOICE. 315
Two women trapped in waist-high mud rescued. 383
US judge halts sale of star's award. 126
Village home is full of character. 144
We supported a losing cause - but we don't regret it. 971
Wear girls on revenge mission as season restarts. 325
Weekend to define season for the Hill; NORTH EAST PREMIER LEAGUE. 384
Weekend top tips. 164
WHAT TO DO THIS WEEK. 104
What's on at the CINEMA. 3506
XC90 is the safest car you can buy. 511

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