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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (October 26, 2018)

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Title Author Type Words
'Excellent advice and great value for money'. 560
'No deal' would hit North East workers hardest. 460
A third of Debenhams stores in line for the axe. 504
A year of achievement. 709
Apprenticeship starts fall 25% despite levy. 302
Aspetar to shine again. 253
Attend court and see justice. 223
Award wins cap an excellent year for top law firm. 562
Boss is keen to avoid fixture backlog worsening. 530
Boss jailed for attack on worker who asked about his wages. 557
Cats have long time to wait for the next Sporting occasion; THE AGENDA: It's 45 years since Sunderland took on European opposition at Roker Park. 832
CAUSES of DEATH; These are the things people are most likely to die from in each age range. 521
CHARITIES AND NOT-FOR-PROFIT. 343
Cocaine kingpin sent back to jail for breach. 656
CONSTRUCTION / Tier1. 248
contentious trusts and probate. 657
CORPORATE AND COMMERCIAL. 1155
CORPORATE TAX. 265
CRIME, FRAUD AND LICENSING. 381
CRIME: GENERAL. 425
Curry house found to be 'filthy'. 244
DEBT RECOVERY. 271
Developers' appeal to build homes rejected. 692
DISPUTE RESOLUTION. 1736
DON'T WORRY, HE[...]. 155
Dubravka: Benitez is a real cool customer; It's vital we all keep our focus, insists Dubravka. 880
ENERGY / Tier1. 166
Engineers pipe into uni programmes for support. 395
England ranked inside the top five. 278
ENVIRONMENT / Tier1. 106
Falcons' squad depth key, says centre Pedro. 640
Feel the Disney Magic on Scandinavian cruise; CHRISTINA SAVVAS takes to the high seas with disney and finds it's not just for kids. 1304
FINANCE. 988
FORCE FACES PS2M FUNDING GAP. 393
Gender pay gap falls to record low of 8.6%. 280
Get together for the needy. 158
Go Crazy for Singapore; Inspired by a boxoffice hit, KATIE WRIGHT heads to the prosperous island city to enjoy a taste of the high life... on a budget. 1003
Gorgeous Granada; DAWN COLLINSON heads to spain and finds moor history than you can shake a scimitar at. 804
GREYHOUNDS. 456
Grieving family calls for an end to student initiations. 940
Hay & Kilner celebrate success. 561
HEALTH AND SAFETY. 396
Health. 296
Heed's new owner in first-time visit to club. 477
Home of the CON29 Drainage and Water enquiry. 256
Hughes warns Saints OFTOON threat. 307
HUMAN RESOURCES. 1365
I'll spoil party for Hamilton in Mexico. 489
Inquest into rugby pair's deaths. 254
INSOLVENCY AND CORPORATE RECOVERY. 1051
INSURANCE. 915
Irwin Mitchell goes from strength as it celebrates 15th anniversary in North East. 475
Is the sun going down on the day of the department store? GRAEME WHITFIELD considers what the decision by Debenhams to close 50 of its department stores tells us about the changing nature of retail in the UK. 1227
Labour peer uses privilege to name Topshop owner. 476
late breaks; GREAT DEALS ON LAST-MINUTE HOLIDAYS. 281
Leaders in the field of criminal law. 610
Leading the way to top of the table. 549
Lejeune now sees light at the end of the tunnel after a mad three months; THE AGENDA: Magpies defender opens up on his rollercoaster ride to recovery after knee injury A key part of Newcastle United's defence last season, Florian Lejeune has spent this campaign battling back from serious injury. Now the Frenchman is determined to make up for lost time, CHRIS WAUGH writes. 1126
Let's compromise more and confirm our own biases less. 453
LICENSING. 460
MEDIA AND ENTERTAINMENT. 143
MERCURY RISING; RAMI MALEK LOOKS SET FOR OSCAR GLORY FOR PORTRAYAL OF QUEEN'S FLAMBOYANT FRONTMAN. 466
MP slams BBC's failure to close gender pay gap. 638
Music to our ears: concerts return. 492
New territory for heating firm. 307
Newcastle have rivals for signature of Tagliafico. 321
Night on the tiles:That'll be PS739. 255
On this day. 229
Opponents try to get Catts sent off - Ross; I won't try to rein-in Cattermole - manager. 614
Pensioner conned into handing PS6,000 over to scammer. 318
PENSIONS. 539
PERSONAL INJURY: CLAIMANT. 461
PERSONAL INJURY: DEFENDANT. 339
PERSONAL TAX, TRUSTS AND PROBATE. 659
PLANNING / Tier1. 358
Police being let down by 'Party of Law and Order'. 198
Police funding report a 'wake-up call' says crime commissioner. 923
Police spending 'has to increase' Report 'should be wake-up call to Government'. 116
PRIVATE CLIENT. 587
PROFESSIONAL NEGLIGENCE. 280
PROPERTY LITIGATION / Tier1. 365
PUBLIC SECTOR EDUCATION. 418
Push for the right deal rather than a people's vote. 838
Rafa rumours disrespectful - Solano. 309
Rare tern centre stage at artists' exhibition. 429
REAL ESTATE. 288
Recognition for dedicated team. 525
Record gate would be fan-tastic, says Donald. 264
Road widening aimed at ending traffic snarl-ups. 458
SCS to end its presence within House of Fraser. 472
Setting the standard for legal excellence. 1438
Smoke from Metro brakes alarms passengers. 207
SOCIAL HOUSING. 247
SPORT. 183
Steady growth built on a great reputation. 601
Strengthening STEM Provision: Inspiring from an early age. ADVERTISING FEATURE At Dame Allan's Schools we build on the strong history of engineering and developing technology in the North East. 768
T20 specialists key to England's future. 417
Take opportunity to put chancers in their place. 667
Tech firm on rise despite costs hike and redundancies. 522
THE HATE YOU [...]. 139
They said what? 309
three to see; WATCH AT HOME Missed it at the cinema or on TV? We round up the best streaming and DVD releases of the week. 314
Time out extra. 436
TMT (TECHNOLOGY, MEDIA AND TELECOMS). 246
TRANSPORT. 188
TV crime series looks at two city tragedies. 284
Tyne border is not clear-cut. 170
Uni student at UAE's appeal court. 176
Ward Hadaway - the place to be. 501
Watson Burton 'always go that extra mile'. 468
WELCOME TO THE LEGAL 500. 333
WiFi fraudster jailed for eight years. 320

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