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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (March 14, 2018)

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43-bed hotel up for sale with PS2.9m price tag. 358
A deal for Kenedy to cost PS15m. 173
Academics' fight after order to leave Britain. 878
Academy products are the club's future; THE AGENDA: Why youngsters must be bedrock of Black Cats' rebuilding programme While too few experienced players have, the Black Cats' home-grown youngsters have stepped forward this season. Stuart Rayner says Sunderland must rebuild around them. 903
Agency sees 15% increase in annual turnover. 190
Airport upgrade to transform international arrivals area. 325
Anderson is staying on as vice-captain, but wants all to have a say; James seeks more chirp from side. 588
Boss has got us all focused -Yedlin; Win over the Saints 'so vital'. 473
Carragher was provoked; Letters. 129
Chance to see new plays by some of the hottest fresh talent. 456
Coleman not problem, but he could be long-term solution; Things have improved under the Welshman, just not enough yet. That they are still bottom of the table is the most pertinent fact of all COMMENT. 437
Confidence crisis hits employers as workers gain power. 516
Could the austerity era finally be drawing to a close? 741
Councillor says sorry for Muslim ANDTORY 'jokes'. 644
Deaths. 688
Dramatic finish as Heed get point with own goal. 650
Electronics firm makes its first acquisition. 389
End to austerity?We'll believe it when we see it. 224
Experts join overseas fight against disease. 509
Fashion chain halves its losses a year on. 485
Firms unite to develop gas pipeline testing rig. 204
First blows in war for equality; TONY HENDERSON on the 'Battle of Newcastle' and how women took to city streets to fight for the vote in 1909. 1077
Hartley set for return to side; SPORT SHORTS RUGBY UNION. 115
Heart-stopping race but Henderson is left happy. 771
Hospital wards hit by winter vomiting bug. 352
I've always had a glint in my eye but it's not really for mischief, it's mostly just fun; ActorJames Corden is now a Hollywood heavyweight. He tells LAURA HARDING how he has enjoyed returning to his British roots to lend his voice to a mischievous rabbit. 1009
Iam often asked how[...]; COLUMNIST. 750
Insolvency risk grows. 164
Investors to seek well-let lots with good income at Allsop commercial auction; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 353
IT'S GREAT BEING 60 AND PLAYING A WOMAN WHO IS SO FANTASTIC; Amanda Redman tells GEORGIA HUMPHREYS about her role as the formidable Dr Lydia Fonseca in The Good Karma Hospital, and how filming in Sri Lanka has been a spiritual experience. 530
Jury told suspects both deny murder. 454
Late shock won't hinder ace Altior. 682
Magpies' rivals are trying to close gap. 318
Making a pitch for a perfect partnership. 473
MARTS. 1773
MI5 to look into helicopter crash that killed lawyer. 464
Motoring misery for millions as potholes worsten; Official figures reveal extent of 'epidemic'. 116
My Mother's Day floral bouquet proved a real flop. 512
Mystery of Mini Cooper wedged into a walkway. 404
New additions to industrial estate; Commercial Property. 228
New HQ for leading laser firm key to future plans. 383
No charity is too big to fail; Letters. 154
North East set for yet another split - this time NECA. 279
Planning changes 'will help deliver more rural homes'. 376
Pork pies out, exercise wear in. 245
Pothole epidemic is here to stay as cuts continue to bite. 1066
Property deals in spotlight in hunt for active agents; Commercial Property. 582
PS100k payout for musician as heavy metal icons settle case of decades-old song lyrics. 580
Relegation fight will go down to wire; Camp: We still have chance of staying up. 546
Retailers sign pledge to target inequality. 262
Sisters' firm that's taking on world is shortlisted for award. 504
So much fuss over words; Letters. 116
Soldier built up weapons stash; BRITAIN TODAY. 114
Spy probe 'to take weeks'. 287
Tech firm's transitioning strategy leads to rising revenues. 242
The Magpies' Band of Brothers; THE AGENDA: How Newcastle manager Benitez united dressing room - with help of WhatsApp The making of Newcastle United's Band of Brothers: Mark Douglas on how manager Rafa Benitez has built a positive culture in the dressing room - and it's reaping rewards. 1437
The poets making themselves heard; A mixed bag of 'best of the festival shows' from Scotland opens tonight with some high volume poetry, as DAVID WHETSTONE explains. 830
Time to bring back hanging; Letters. 182
Top-glass cultural project plans for key sites in region. 601
Trump axes yet another official; BRITAIN TODAY. 112
Two-millionth flyer tribute from Emirates. 243
Tyneside firm ventures into reinforced plastics. 426
UK economy trails behind rest of G20 according to new forecast. 320
Village centre is set to be revamped in PS500k plan. 217
Warehouse sale success; Commercial Property. 160
WHAT'S ON[...]. 4229
Why are businesses led by women less well supported? 417
Williams set to be missing for month. 418
Work clothing firm set for PS3.5m growth plans. 480
YOUR MONEY; Your money queries are answered by Trevor Clark, Director of Rutherford Wilkinson Ltd, Chartered Financial Planners. 559

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