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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (July 4, 2017)

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Title Author Type Words
'Wealth of talent' in Labour's new frontbench. 416
'You wouldn't be human if you didn't get nervous when someone was trying to take your head off' Why Ward won't take 'means to an end' bout lightly. 870
A mountain to climb, but boss has lifted squad. 594
All it needs is for someone to be bold; Political Editor JONATHAN WALKER asks just what we have really got against freedom of movement. 895
Ashley 'vomited into a fireplace' after meeting. 737
Batsmen make most of wayward Durham effort; THE MATCH: Derbyshire v Durham Day 1 of 4. 732
beaut y buzz; the latest products and glamour gossip. 206
Brexit hasn't happened yet; Letters. 117
British duo improve on strong start; CYCLING. 495
Carr's departure won't impact moves. 228
Challenges in the workplace; Letters. 244
Clarks to open new footwear facility. 319
Deaths. 313
Determined Des sets new record with 60-hour wait for SW19 tickets. 513
Do not disregard older workers, tech firms told; DIGITAL. 582
Dome's old splendour is carefully restored. 274
Dubois is the one to watch on Fury bill. 343
Earning fans' respect key to Sunderland's revival. 441
Economic growth forecasts revised down. 328
Eight out of ten drivers flouting 20mph limit. 328
Expect the unexpected as history comes to life; One of the region's best-loved theatres is to spill its secrets during special anniversary tours, as BARBARA HODGSON reports. 631
Footballer 'made loss' after selling up home. 213
Gayle: I can be a force in top flight. 280
Have your say on healthcare services. 555
Hearing loss linked to dementia. 315
High-rises across Tyneside checked for fire safety. 504
Hip hip hooray as Andy wins. 840
Hospice's donations surge after new website. Website overview 252
How to wear tulle without looking like a ballerina; Tulle gets tough this season. KATIE WRIGHT reveals the looks to try now. 360
Increasing pressure on household finances. 241
Jail for racist who grabbed niqab off woman. 531
Killingworth Lidl to open next month. 172
Knife raid on South Shields shop. 103
Konta through after deft performance. 267
Labour chairman wants a 'broad church' in party. 906
Legal firm has plans to simplify homebuying; PROPERTY. 438
Magpies cool on approach for Hart. 238
Man in court accused of murder of schoolteacher. 189
Man in court charged with raping girl. 136
Manufacturing activity falls short of growth forecasts. 696
McNair will miss opener. 148
Milkshake company raise a Canny amount. 418
MPs warn public sector workers need a pay rise. 579
NCJMEDIA offers new range of marketing services to clients; PUBLISHING. 362
New shopping hub planned to create 180 jobs. 157
No support for commisioners; Letters. 179
North East's women in finance get top awards; awards. 350
North Easterners putting heart health on hold. 239
North fight back after collapse. 339
Old and new join forces in an afternoon of fun for all the family. 382
Only a broad church can win it for Labour. 204
Overturned lorry spills 29 tons of coal. 233
Players' return highlights fact that clock is ticking; THE AGENDA: Six things that will happen now United are back for pre-season training. 1022
POLITICS. 594
Real devolution would make us a happier family. 877
Reminder of tragic accident; Letters. 167
Retail park could create 180 NorthTyneside jobs. 350
Shining a light on the North East's 'get up and go'. 487
Sisters with same heart defect win hospital a cinema. 536
Six jobs created at new Italian restaurant; HOSPITALITY. 371
Skills gap is costing PS2bn a year to fill. 119
Slick chic and sleek; smooth and sleek or artfully undone - take your pick with this catwalk-inspired style. 437
ST YLE files; THE LATEST FROM THE CATWALK, RED CARPET AND HIGH STREET. 226
Stan not the man but Nadal through; men. 429
Statoil to support 1,500 jobs in next phase. 210
SuperGroup plans to cash in on fitness market. 291
TakeTorcello to triumph. 298
Teenager in the grip of delusions killed little Katie. 509
Terry did not want a Chelsea reunion. 323
TIME TO PACK IT ALL IN. 358
Triumphant and tragic, Tyneside's tenacious Wimbledon champion. 548
Turning on the innovation tap; NIGEL WATSON, of Northumbrian Water Group, looks ahead to a North East event that will drive innovation to benefit people in the region and beyond. 747
Two centuries of local life obtained by county. 493
United close in on defender deal. 196
Venus keeps focus ONWIMBLEDON with victory; women. 280
Watson in fine form against Belgian. 230
What's On At THE CINEMA. 4049

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