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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (September 9, 2017)

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Title Author Type Words
'Parents of pupils given plenty of notice on uniform'. 653
14 ways to brighten up student digs; Off to university? SAM WYLIE-HARRIS has drawn up a checklist to help create a homely and stylish living space. 636
3,810 drivers caught, up to PS381,000 in fines and racking up 11,430 penalty points - all from 1 road junction - and that is probably just the half of it... 590
A dream home for autumn. 465
A HELL HOLE... IN NAME only. 296
A HOME WITH SOLE. 200
A PIECE OF PARADISE; Ian Robson on a property that - at PS2.5m - may be out of our reach, but is the stuff that dreams are made of. 471
A-Class above the rest. 359
Acclaim will earn plaudits in Ascendant. 601
Add a touch of the exotic; As a new exotic garden opens at RHS Wisley, Hannah Stephenson take a tour to find out how to create a tropical feel to your own plot. 711
Applause to ring out at run's start for beloved star. 468
ASK DIARMUID. 143
BACK TO SCHOOL... with your finances. 563
Bargain signings are hungry for success; Hopes are high for new recruits. 677
Berwick look to go out with a bang; SPEEDWAY. 469
Bird flu warning as temperatures drop. 334
BLACKSHAWS MITSUBISHI MORPETH CELEBRATES ITS APPOINTMENT AS A COMMERCIAL VEHICLE SPECIALIST. 428
Blow to Spartans as defender ruled out for season; NATIONAL NORTH. 423
Boss stole PS412,000 from legal company. 141
Boss' broadside AFTERTYKEs defeat. 262
Bracing for long-term care costs. 533
Brexit fear hits buyers' confidence. 212
Bus lane ditched after two months. 406
Call for tailor-made planning for growing build-to-rent sector; PLANNING. 424
Campaign fails as school set to shut. 419
Contract confusion as Riversiders offer new deal. 359
CORBYN HITS OUT AT EDL. 219
Countryman's territory is expanding once again. 399
Create a room to grow up with. 458
Cutting-edge design and audio combine in latest baby Micra. 440
DAILY. 294
DEAR SECRET DINER. 498
Digital firms on list of top 100 in UK; TECHNOLOGY. 424
Dominating form sees Birtley rider triumph. 509
Don't be in a rush to plunder your pot; tricia phillips offers some top tips on what to do with your pension. 850
DURHAM CRICKET LEAGUE. 329
Emotional milestone for Anderson. 238
Ever flown a kite in a park? Used someone else's wi-fi?Vacuumed in the evening? Boy, you're in trouble... 630
Expansion is waste of cash; Letters. 318
Falcons hang on to beat Sale in tense encounter; SALE SHARKS 12 NEWCASTLE FALCONS 13. 426
Father who slept during baby's dog attack jailed. 625
Feeling fruity; From spring blossoms to juicy late summer fruits, a plum tree is the height of good taste. 659
Finish line is the start of married life for us. 547
Five is the magic number for Jamie; And the celebrity chef also tells PRUDENCE WADE why he's so keen to help halve childhood obesity. 1279
Forwards' lack of goals a concern FORTYNESIDERs; National League. 484
From farm to rustic family home. 112
GET A ROAR DEAL WITH THIS FLAT. 267
Grant: Our ex-stars can coach in future. 328
Great location, superb homes. 400
GREYHOUNDS. 1004
HANDY FAMILY HOME. 199
Healthy takeaway targets freshers. 393
Heathrow business links taking off after summit. 536
Helmet gift for cycle crash boy. 387
Historic pub Heads into future with a fresh look. 246
Home at heart of village life. 667
I suddenly thought I could make it all stop; COMIC ACTOR ROBERT WEBB TALKS TO KATE WHITING ABOUT EVERYTHING FROM CONSIDERING SUICIDE AFTER HIS MUM DIED, TO DRINKING TOO MUCH. 1226
I'M Not Lazy. 117
IFIRST saw Mel Brooks's [...]. 752
Ignorance of joint bank account risk. 137
in the market for a square deal? 190
Is it worth paying off my loan early? 274
Jim taps into birch sweetness; Is that a woodpecker I hear in those trees? Maybe not. JANE HALL tracks down the man behind the country's first commercially-produced birch syrup, harvested in County Durham. 1156
Jon Smith tries out the MINI Countryman Cooper S ALL4. 149
Leader has point to prove; SPORT SHORTS GOLF. 162
Leaders Shields still to hit top gear; Evo-Stik North. 296
Life brigade's historic home recreated in Lego. 575
Long-suffering fans must keep the faith and trust in Benitez; THE MATCH: Swansea City v Newcastle United Tomorrow, 4pm, Liberty Stadium True Faith fanzine pulled together journalists for a transfer talk-in. NUFC editor Mark Douglas says the evening filled him with hope for the future. 1070
Man is jailed after brutal attack on three police officers in street. 781
Manquillo ready to go INVASE; NORTHERN LEAGUE/FA VASE. 512
MARTS. 1959
MARTS. 1524
Mike Neville,who died this week, with his wife Pam DAVID FAIRLAMB THE FIT FACTOR Don't miss David's tips every Saturday in your Journal. 748
Mitsubishi offers both comfort and a sophisticated feel; Robin Roberts gets behind the wheel of the latest version of the Mitsubishi ASX 5 2.2 Diesel 4WD. 483
Mobile craze is dangerous; Letters. 172
Mortgage monitor; This week's best buys include... 257
New For The Home. 144
New To The Market. 206
New-look Eagles too good for American visitors; BASKETBALL NEWCASTLE EAGLES 128 TEAM USA SELECT 78. 258
NORTH EAST PREMIER LEAGUE. 329
NORTHERN ALLIANCE. 277
NORTHUMBERLAND LEAGUES. 487
Onions' glory day is spoiled after Durham's final-ball agony; THE MATCH: Durham v Kent County Championship, Division Two. 1215
Ouseburn salon expansion. 209
Overnight closures for resurfacing roadworks. 259
Passing trade boost for well-placed unit. 126
Perfect four the family; Four-bedroom properties are perfect for those with growing broods, teenagers, relatives who want to stay - and those who just like the luxury of plenty of space. If that sounds like you, read on... 496
Pilots strike over pay in first walkout in 40 years. 197
Planets with line of sight to earth identified. 283
PLAYING THE GAME OF HOMES. 573
Police chief warns force close to breaking point. 478
POUND NOTES. 281
Prep's cool; Filling, sanding and cleaning... it might be boring work, but thorough prep is essential for a fabulous paint finish. 477
PRESIDENT'S PRICE CUT... 214
Pretty in pink; It's a colour that often conjures images of gauche girliness, but used well it can create a calming, cool haven. 644
PRICE LADDER. 184
PROVIDER OF GIRLS AND RAPIST LOCKED AWAY. 299
PS43m in shares for Ashley staff; BRITAIN TODAY. 114
Q&A PROPERTY; In our series in which people in the North East property market give a personal view on homes, housing, the industry and more, homemaker meets Jaimie Lawton, director of Walton Robinson. 720
Rafa to pick the team. 250
RAISE A GLASS. 524
Ready, set, go for another buzzing weekend of top athletics events; TODAY'S EVENTS It's the Great North Run weekend with activities taking place both today and tomorrow. Here's your guide to the action surrounding the race. 1936
Relief effort begins for victims of hurricane. 636
REVIEWS. 1048
Side will respond to Rafa's absence; PaCo: PlayerS will respond. 613
Sit in and takeaways at city centre food outlet. 158
SOLICITORS HOPE TO WINN IT FOR SUNSHINE FUND. 340
Spider gives taste of Italy; Alfa Romeo 4C Spider by Robin Roberts. 518
SPORT ON TV. 520
storing up trouble? Keeping all that 'stuff' you just can't bear to part with - be it clothes, old furniture, books or electronics - could cause more problems than you might realise IN ASSOCIATION WITH. 600
Stroller Alyson has now bolted into the limelight. 918
Study discovers what people need to thrive. 179
Stylish cottage a perfect place to rest and enjoy the view. 105
Sunderland's new boys united by a hunger to prove themselves again; THE PREVIEW: Sunderland v Sheffield United today, 3pm, Stadium of Light. 1710
Take a look inside Nash's mind; The latest big ticketed exhibition at Newcastle's Laing Art Gallery focuses on the life and work of Paul Nash, lover of the English landscape, surrealist and war artist. DAVID WHETSTONE went to check that it's worth the admission price. 1227
Talks trump nuclear threat; Letters. 171
Terry Laybourne raises the steaks; The North East's most candid food critic - now writing every Saturday in The Journal. 1070
THE 10 BUSIEST CAMERAS. 105
The big question:Why? 251
The joy of Rex. 583
The life cycle of decoration. 370
The perfect time to returf your lawn JOBS FOR THE WEEK. 146
Thousands of drivers are hit by speeding fines near junction. 142
Three-car crash closes A1 for hours. 170
TIME OUT EXTRA. 424
Title to be decided over final matches; NORTH TYNESIDE SENIOR LGE. 446
TOP TENS. 147
Tower to the people with this unusual let. 107
Two years of falling demand for rural land. 731
Victims are praised as final two predators are jailed. 848
Victory would be heaven. 192
WEARSIDE LEAGUE. 257
Well-equipped sandwich bar. 145
What's On At THE CINEMA. 3625
Willow creatures take walkers on a grand tour of the region's wildlife. 450
Willow creatures take walkers on a grand tour of the region's wildlife; ENVIRONMENT. 831
Winter is coming - make sure your home is ready; MARK WALTON, managing director of Walton Robinson, shares his advice on how to prepare your home for the challenges of winter. 570

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