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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (December 18, 2017)

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Title Author Type Words
Address 'missing' quality or pay price; Benitez: New faces can halt bad form. 764
Book captures legacy of Tish; The reputation of the late Newcastle photographer Tish Murtha is steadily growing, and will be further enhanced with the publication of a new book showcasing her stunning images, writes DAVE MORTON. 359
Brexit could lead to more chemicals in our dinners. 219
Can devolution solve the North East's youth unemployment problem? STEPHEN LAMBERT COLUMNIST. 1080
Coe sees no end in sight to Russia's athletics ban. 343
Contaminated recycling bins cost council PS586,000. 512
Council rapped for lack of investigation urgency. 441
Court sorry after error allowed dog to rampage. 366
Courtois is keen to keep up the pressure on City. 301
Dear Santa... 'Tis the season to write a letter to Santa. MARION MCMULLEN sorts through the festive post bags to read the missives of Christmas past. 868
Doctors' surgery fails inspection. 424
Failed - council's neglect rapped. 198
Festive market's hitting our trade. 491
Focusing on the negative; Letters. 288
Follow the golden rule; Letters. 216
Fracking may be limited by waste costs. 281
Froome test controversy a 'disaster' for cycling - McQuaid. 578
Goal-den day is just fan-tastic for young hero Maja. 632
Going for a throng; JONATHON MANNING reports on North East businesses such as Lakes Distillery and the Brick This Studio that have turned to crowdfunding. 1032
Government must rethink strategy to get best Brexit deal. 459
Great end to a gruelling day; SPORT SHORTS golf. 171
Heed, Spartans into Trophy second-round draw; FA TROPHY. 226
How Geordie invented the very first fairy lights. 743
Hurdle glory for Tent raises cheer at Cheltenham; WEEKEND REVIEW. 654
Increasing exports still reliant on EU trade. 375
Josh gives Black Cats a Maja boost; Plenty of work still to do. 324
Learning tough lessons. 116
Light relief at last as Coleman rewarded for his act of bravery; THE MATCH: Sunderland 1 Fulham 0. 950
Light that shone in a dark year; A very special comic was produced this year, recalling the people and events that have given Tyneside a reputation for radicalism. Today and over the next two days, DAVID WHETSTONE reports on the Freedom City comic. 840
LSE group chairman's fate hangs in balance. 537
MAYBE BABY? Fewer women are giving birth to children. 430
Monk's disappointed as Boro play with naivety. 441
Mourinho pledges to fight until the bitter end for title. 674
Offshore engineers see turnovers soar to PS15m. 380
Players not in the mood to party as club drops into relegaton zone, insists Elliot. 549
Prince Harry turns interviewer for radio chat with Obama. 222
Ram-raiding burglar jailed. 326
Rodgers take first Celtic loss on chin. 224
Salah just superb as Cherries picked off. 286
Saunders proves a cut above Lemieux. 295
Save elderly from having a lonely Christmas. 428
Shameless scaremongers; Letters. 133
Shields' five-star display leaves Fenton delighted; NON-LEAGUE. 690
Shredders set to expand after surpassing turnover. 386
Sporting royalty honour Bradley with top award. 499
Swansea won't be easy, fears Big Sam. 337
Takeover is so vital - but right now it's points Magpies need; THE MATCH: Arsenal 1 Newcastle United 0. 971
THE WHOLE SLOW MOTION CAR CRASH; Scottish post-rockers Mogwai spent much of last year recording their latest album in the States against the backdrop of Donald Trump's rise to power. Guitarist Stuart Braithwaite discusses their two-decade career and the impact of austerity on music with JOE NERSSESSIAN. 728
Top dogs will not be easing off gas - Jesus. 319
Tributes paid to woman, 60, after fatal collision. 212
Vince unfazed by Starc reality of Ashes struggle. 609
We can still negotiate deals despite EU's rules - May. 913
Witness appeal after six die in crash horror. 480
Woman honoured as donated organs save six people. 510

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