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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (May 27, 2017)

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A bungalow that goes well beyond norm. 134
A busy weekend for the Bandits and Diamonds; SPEEDWAY. 389
A class above. 545
A forgotten hero is brought back to life. 726
A great holiday destination - from coast to country. 423
A HOLIDAY HOME TO DIVE INTO. 192
A home with history at Longhirst. 516
A long road to recovery for biker hurt in horror smash. 939
A long road to recovery; After a devastating accident in which he nearly lost a leg, TV's motorbike-mad journeyman Charley Boorman tells HANNAH STEPHENSON he's back in the saddle and planning more adventures. 1019
A Maiden win would be Fayre Enough; POINT TO POINT. 470
A STEAL IF YOU HAVE THE TIME. 190
An insult to public sector; Letters. 194
Anger over new 'no frills' school; Billed as 'budget alternative' to private education. 116
Apology for Sir Cliff as police agree to pay-out. 392
ASK DIARMUID. 147
ATALE OF TWO CITIES; SEAN SEDDON EXPLORES THE HIGHS - AND THE LOWS - OF SUNDERLAND'S BACKBONE. 1280
Attractive homes in idyllic location. 502
Bid frost farewell and get cracking; JOBS FOR THE WEEK. 200
Biker dies in two-vehicle collision. 154
Black Cats face manic ending; WOMEN'S FOOTBALL. 299
Blind man in bid to find Good Samaritan. 513
Boss focused on Hampden showpiece - and not. 436
Brook ignored team's advice; SPORT SHORTS BOXING. 229
Can we ensure our sons keep our home? 409
Caroline's energy for modern living. 448
Cash boost for children's trip to China. 443
Charity football match tribute to cancer victim. 678
Coetzer leads Hill against Cestrians; NORTH EAST PREMIER LEAGUE. 391
Cole: Lions can be a roaring success; RUGBY UNION. 330
Collingwood gives Durham a birthday gift; THE MATCH: Glamorgan v Durham Day 1, County Championship. 677
Conte: I want to stay for many years. 274
Corrections & complaints. Correction notice 306
Could McInnes be another great Scot, or prove not so hot? THE AGENDA: Derek McInnes to Cats? How other Scottish League managers have fared in England With McInnes still among the favourites for the Sunderland job, Sean McCormick looks at other examples of managers who have made the move south of the border and sees how they fared. 816
DELAYS... don't let them get in your way; CONSUMER RIGHTS CHAMPION. 523
Dine out on these fabulous tables; Claire Hornby on creating the perfect dining room. 432
Dino Jaws exhibition's set to be roaring success. 411
Don't forget global issues; Letters. 119
Don't raid the pot too early pension; IT MIGHT BE TEMPTING TO ACCESS THE CASH NOW, BUT TRICIA PHILLIPS URGES US TO FIRST CONSIDER OUR FUTURE NEEDS. 772
Don't tolerate net losses from broadband service provider. Financial report 417
Dream home with realistic prices. 528
Drugs link to tragedy at festival. 170
DS3 height of Paris fashion. 342
Dummett SNUBSWALES call-up but denies retiring from internationals. 424
Duo doing club proud. 145
DURHAM CRICKET LEAGUE. 601
Dynamo 17 to focus on North East tech boom; TECH SECTOR. 463
Enjoy the open road. 222
Exclusive Brunton Square home is ready and waiting. 317
Exclusive savings at housing developments. 537
Familiar face set to host North East Rural Awards. 223
Farming is a family affair; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 925
Finishing touches for your home; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 761
Freshen up your summer interiors. 753
Garage business has lots of scope for further growth; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 238
Get a buzz from helping; Letters. 129
Give your home a dream look at great price. 793
Glenn on front Foot as English title fight reward for comeback. 572
Grade II-listed property set in the heart of rural village. 108
Great apartment is ready to move in to. 104
GREYHOUNDS. 1460
Hanley set for exit in United shake-up. 196
Henryville is one to watch. 605
Here for good; SPORT SHORTS MOTOR SPORT. 114
Hi-tech firm moves into new home; COMMERCIAL. 356
History, fun and relaxation on the doorstep. 401
Holidays start with a breakdown. 165
Home is a real matchwinner. 703
Homes for green fingersoutdoor spaces. Whether you've a penchant for gardening or just love being in the great outdoors, gardens offer a haven of your very own. homemaker highlights four properties now on the market with stunning. 428
Horsing around at Belsay just gets bigger and better as trials celebrate their fifth anniversary; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 494
Hot and cold review for the brewery; The North East's most candid food critic - now writing every Saturday in The Journal. 1222
House prices continue to rise. 120
How we're rising above the hatred. 208
Hundreds of cannabis plants found. 240
I only slapped him, murder accused claims. 648
Ice to meet you; Bjorn the Polar Bear dropping by Golden Sands holiday park to celebrate a site fee freeze. 683
If you go down to the woods today... 708
Improve your home's kerb appeal; If you want to improve people's first impression of your home, giving the front a makeover is a must, whether you're selling or staying put. 438
It's time to dine alfresco. 125
Jaguar merge old classic with modern style. 464
Jamieson rising to the challenge; Scott relishing event which is 'pinnacle' of season. 638
KEEP UP WITH KIM AND KO. 267
Lesson in history from housebuilder. 120
Looking for a revamp? 426
looking hot for summer; Sunny days are on their way - get your home ready without spending a fortune. 752
Looking to the future, the next generation and a celebration of British lamb - some of the leading highlights scheduled for 2017 NSA North Sheep; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 185
Luxury apartments bid submitted by developer; PROPERTY. 465
Luxury living at MEDIEVALWARKWORTH. 437
Make light work of sprucing up your home; YOUR HOME Looking to brighten up your home for summer? It takes a mere flick of the switch, says Sam Wylie-Harris. 883
Making a splash outdoors; ADVERTISING FEATURE Adding a touch of garden luxury at prices that won't give you that sinking feeling. 633
Man waved knife and air pistol in city takeaway. 713
MARTS. 2499
May: G7 have to show unity and stop ISIS attack plans. 222
Mortgage monitor; This week's best buys include... 278
MountainWarehouse profits climb to record level. 269
Mustang sets hot pace in the global sports car market. 289
New for the home. 134
NEW HOME NEEDS; BUYING IAN ROBSON RUNS DOWN THE LIST OF NEW HOME MUST-HAVES - AND SOME MAY SURPRISE YOU. 228
New to the market. 219
New-build homes revealed for summer. 281
NFU disappointed at cut in milk prices; farming. 498
Night of emotion as four bombing victims mourned. 612
NORTHUMBERLAND LEAGUES. 529
Nothing beats a good walk to a good pub; As the weather improves and the great outdoors beckons, Jane Hall serves up a selection of regional pubs offering a warm welcome, delicious food and a refreshing pint to determined hikers and Sunday strollers alike. 1570
On the trail of THEYETI - say hello to Skoda's new Karoq. 561
Open weekends showcase new Durham homes. 357
Paedophile hunters snare man trying to lure teens. 205
Paper fingerprint system developed for passports. 493
Parties offer lack of honest choices. 453
Plane crash kills two off Scottish coast. 101
Plans to bring home paralysed cyclist. 401
PLANT OF THE WEEK; CRATAEGUS MONOGYNA HAWTHORN/MAY TREE. 134
Plenty of room by the coast. 194
Plunkett refusing to rest on laurels as England regular. 700
POUND NOTES. 377
Price ladder. 198
PRODUCTS OF THE WEEK. 154
Raging Roy gave Cats kit the chop. 315
RAISE A GLASS. 523
REVIEWS. 1145
Robots more threat to jobs than migrants. 126
Rodgers certain Celtic's character will seal treble. 652
SA warn their hosts to expect fightback. 339
Sales still falling at Frankie & Benny's. 209
Sales take off across the county. 406
SARABAND'S SELECTIONS. 286
SASSOON'S SECRET PARTY PAD. 272
Sayer named player of year; FOOTBALL SHORTS NORTHERN LEAGUE. 186
Season barely over, but transfer activity is already kicking in; Rafa Benitez and Newcastle United have had an extra fortnight to prepare, with the Premier League campaign ending last weekend - now it's time for the transfer silly season to begin, says Chris Waugh. 748
Seasoned boss looks favourite; SEaSoNED MaNaGER favourite. 324
Second phase of family homes. 566
Shakespeare mistake in GCSE paper. 131
Show marks society's 125th year. 425
Smallholding is a charming catch. 108
Snap election no cause for concern say North experts. 624
Spartans in swoop for former DEFENDERWATSON; NATIONAL NORTH. 285
SPORT ON TV. 562
STONES ROLLED UP HERE IN 1964. 191
Store reshuffle at shopping centre. 237
Stunning R8's a supercar that is also an everyday motor. 534
Stylish period living within easy reach of the city lights. 385
Sweeper is suspended. 116
Telling Tales of a different kind; The appetite for so-called 'Scandi-noir' has been a television phenomenon on both sides of the Atlantic in recent years but it isn't all one-way traffic. DAVID WHETSTONE joined a party of Danish Vera fans visiting Newcastle on a literary pilgrimage. 1379
Terror officials confident 'key players' in custody to. 501
The coastal holiday park that has it all. 350
THE FIT FACTOR. 417
The perfect blend of old and new. 164
The rancour returns. 269
There's a frill in the air; Add a hint of romance to the summer with sprays of these tantalising wispy white stems. 620
There's something for everyone at the show. 333
Three-day ferry closure in summer. 149
TIME OUT EXTRA. 529
Time to enhance your home. 377
TOP TENS. 225
Tributes laid on football pitch where boy died. 346
Truce over after Corbyn speech sparks huge row. 896
Trump's rapped by pal Boehner; WORLD TODAY. 126
Tynesiders bolstered by double signing; National League. 289
Union's fears over proposal for cut-price private school. 406
Veteran Per set for new experience if Gunners go for 3-4-3. 725
War veteran Bill finally honoured 72 years later. 891
WEEKEND DIARY. 1268
Well-sited office building. 250
What next for the Northern sheep industry? ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 564
What the House of Lords report on Brexit and farming tells us. 522
What's on CINEMA. 4077
Where are we to turn if we lose faith in the politicians? 1252
WHERE THOMAS PENNED UNDER MILK WOOD... 246
Winning duo's superb show. 539
Woman sliced off part of friend's thumb at party. 494
Workers fret about losing jobs to machines. 178
X-ceptional flexibility. 456
YESTERDAY'S ACTION. 1120
You're on wrong track; Letters. 409
Youngsters cook up Northern specials. 498

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