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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (September 21, 2018)

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Activ-ely improving morale; IAN GILLESPIE, managing director of Activ Technology, outlines the innovation his company has brought to the important issue of staff morale and being an employer of choice. Based in Newcastle, the 25-strong team is a managed service provider for IT and telecommunications and supplies services in the North of England and Scotland. 473
After 600 years, this school is heading overseas. 445
Arsenal game too soon for jet-lagged star Rondon. 359
Art gallery to seek out new talent. 436
Batting at four is the way forward, says Root; CRICKET. 363
Bernicia commitment to staff development drives success. 498
Black Cats will not be rushing return of speedy Watmore; THE AGENDA: Sunderland must take care with forward - even after Wyke blow. 929
Boss will have to make do without top striker. 436
Business started by entrepreneurs. 448
Cats blow as Wyke out until Christmas; Ross is full of praise for young prize guy Maja. 586
Chelsea turn only one of a few chances into a goal. 628
Cinema. 3811
Cipriani down the fly-half pecking order for England. 363
Club ready to end Ndong stand-off. 266
Cobalt event is just the job. 519
Contract talks no distraction for Rafa; Boss looks to 'bright future'. 617
Council throws out plan to turn pub into flats. 499
Crash traps driver under Fiat Punto. 130
Crown drops shotgun charges. 367
Deaths. 374
Doctor who 'self-medicated' with lager caused horrific accident. 933
Duchess serves up Grenfell book. 311
Engineering a different approach to people. 558
Examine this baby decision. 103
Fair trade pioneers facing closure by end of the year. 103
Fears for jobs at Nissan after cuts are revealed. 679
Former fish factory to be a restaurant. 229
Forward man Green joins the 100 Club; Callum's a centurion in big clash. 575
French Connection bullish despite losses. 237
Global expansion for Business and IT ConsultancyWaterstons. 753
Government must back manufacturing industry. 400
Greggs launches app service it says will beat morning queues. 312
Halt is called to franchisee search for CrossCountry. 365
Happy staff make for a successful company. 822
In search of sunshine; If the prospect of chilly weather is getting you down already, NISHA MAL has some suggestions for sunny getaways. 730
It ain't what we do, it's the way that we do it... Muckle LLP was crowned the best medium sized company at the Journal's North East Best Places to Work Awards 2018. Jason Wainwright, the commercial law firm's managing partner, shares his thoughts. 574
It seems love can be a rocky road at every stage of life. 638
IT'S WORTH THE PUNT; A 184-year-old hotel in historic Cambridge has been given a stunning makeover. SARAH MARSHALL offers to give it a try. 909
Joshua feels pressure of defending; BOXING. 329
Library drug rehab service to get phased opening amid unease. 408
Man badly hurt in crash. 141
Man breaks into care home twice in one night. 212
May sticks to her guns despite lack of harmony. 410
MD Charnley to face Fans Forum questions. 363
MILE 22 (18). 142
Milner sold in deal to 'sign' German ace. 463
Moses aims for opening victory for the Eagles. 569
My advice to billionaires: Don't be a bonehead. 423
Not cut out to be a small cog in a big machine... Simon Green is CEO of the Innovation SuperNetwork. He started work as a scientist at Procter & Gamble before working at a medical device manufacturer and then becoming head of business support and engagement at Newcastle Science City. He has led the Innovation SuperNetwork since 2015. 844
Offices with a view are given the green light. 456
On this day. 245
Osborne: Let the North run its own rail network. 640
Our children have the right to understand what Brexit means; This is a speech given yesterday in Leeds to the Global Policy North Conference: The Challenge of Brexit for the North by LES WALTON, a former Journal columnist who has wide experience in education issues both nationally and in the North East. Conference news 1442
Players like Ritchie vital if United are to be in with a shout; THE AGENDA: Why Newcastle United need more leaders on the pitch in tough times. 754
Porteous struggles to make his mark; GOLF. 268
Pushing the boundaries for workers. 412
Railways for the North. 239
SAFARI SO good... IN SOUTH WALES! ADRIAN CAFFERY meets a menagerie of animals without the fuss of taking a trip to africa. 1205
Sky's takeover rests on quick-fire auction. 617
Spray makes it hard for bikers to hide. 525
Still a nation of homeowners? 998
Storm Ali brings down tree on man and child in car. 330
Technology giant continues commitment to the North East. 633
They said what? 330
three to see; Missed it at the cinema or on TV? We round up the best streaming and DVD releases of the week WATCH AT HOME. 353
Time out extra. 397
Traidcraft appeals for help in face of closure. 641
UEFA to probe Ronaldo red card. 279
Venator putting people at heart of their work. 800
We can cope outside the EU. 253
We lost a lot with SSI fall. 175
What a Life Of Riley for Burke contender. 416
Who are THETOP 200 companies in the region? 574

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