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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (August 15, 2019)

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Title Author Type Words
97% claim 100% wrong. 307
Absconded killer is arrested. 167
Adopted Geordie Nobby's wonderful memories of Sir Bobby and great times ONTYNESIDE. 694
Agent set to crack the code. 323
America just can't stop meddling in Britain's final Brexit decision. 247
Appeal after safe is taken in burglary. 122
AR takes control of new home and creates jobs. 386
Archer's Test debut foiled by washout; THE ASHES: England v Australia, Second Test. 362
Auditor is set to stop its work for sport chain. 363
Boss has to work harder after missing key targets. 357
Brighter future for yard site. 109
Cameras installed as work set to start on A69. 445
Community launches bid to replace village hall. 287
Cones: A necessary evil. 108
Connecting the region: Why Newcastle College is a vital thread in the North East business community. 1135
Corbyn sets out caretaker government plan to avert no-deal split. 573
Debutant Smith's focus is on giving his all for Dunston. 573
Dividing into cans and cannots not good for society. 723
Dream holiday is followed by year with stomach bug. 849
Epstein's death must not be an end to the investigation; StatesideWith US Editor Christopher Bucktin. 642
Ex-shipyard could be converted to housing. 459
Expert advice to help school leavers land that dream job; If, after A level results day, your teenager is planning to shun university for the world of work, jobs guru and author JAMES INNES has some top tips for kick-starting a career. 1036
Footballer and pilot 'breathed toxic gas'. 267
GDP drop will be worth it. 166
Getting more out of data can greatly improve businesses. 571
Getting off Marc is a confidence boost. 462
Heinz pays tribute to colleague Cipriani; RUGBY UNION. 432
Hopes rise for sale of Bolton; football shorts League One. 101
How you can make grade at work without being a grad; With A-level results out today, Ruth Sparkes of Future-Mag looks at some possible career options which don't require you to get a university degree. 1280
I ENDED UP TAKING ALL OF MY CLOTHES OFF; Simon Amstell is over-sharing in his first Netflix comedy special. He talks to Gemma Dunn about his insecurities, his sexuality and his psychedelic epiphany in the Amazon. 750
In a CGI world, to have this real dog with real emotion, has a power; New family film The Art Of Racing In The Rain is narrated by Enzo, a dog, as he learns about life, death and family. LAURA HARDING meets director Simon Curtis to learn how to give a dog enough gravitas to anchor a tear-jerker. 901
International friendships blooming. 515
Investing in beating heart of economy is what we do best. 630
It was up to us to get to the bottom of the problem. Time for nappy cream! DOUBLE TROUBLE FOR A FIRST-TIME DAD OF TWINS. 457
KIDS' BUY of the week. 109
Machinery parts firm sees its best turnover in years. 561
Make your journey stress-free. 682
Man stole toiletries after asking to use woman's toilet. 292
Manquillo's on ball over wing-back competition. 275
Mobile bank is investing in region with expansion. 440
Musician doing his bit for cancer patients with CD. 472
My animals didn't need a vet, says breeder at cruelty trial. 675
New housing secretary can bring fresh ideas to industry's old problems; CONSTRUCTING EXCELLENCE. 447
Nuno calls for focus ASWOLVES look to seal tie. 318
Ollie's heart is where homes taking shape. 369
On this day. 307
Paramedics use lifeboat to aid patient. 176
Partnership will prevent more fridges going to tip. 257
Passengers to face price-hike misery. 434
Pioneer who championed community dies aged 76. Obituary 310
Plenty of sunshine guaranteed with bit of Boycie too. 496
Police cordon off shopping centre. 243
Police go into top gear when tourists' bikes are stolen on departure day. 468
Police probe claims about bicep pest. 142
Promotion success, boardroom battles and fans' revolt - sounds familiar ... Newcastle head coach Steve Bruce's Tigers tenure was similar to Benitez's war with Toon owner Ashley, as football writer Andrew Musgrove explains. 1038
Ritson set for October fight night ONTYNESIDE. 272
Rock festival is loaded with region's best bands. 139
Rooms with great views and a price tag that's an eye-opener. 339
Ross impressed by Black Cats' rally as performances bring welcome selection choice. 708
SAFC forced to pay club for transfer. 208
Serial thief was filmed stealing steaks. 241
Shields' FA Cup hopes dashed by Priorymen; non-league. 448
Stagecoach gets communities moving in the right direction. 526
Sunderland 'cheapest city for rent for students'. 295
Taking positives from negatives McNulty's mantra for match day; THE AGENDA: Being without a league defeat but also without a league win can prove challenging Forward Marc McNulty got off the mark for Sunderland in their 3-1 win over Accrington Stanley. Now the Black Cats must build on that after a start that has already ramped up the pressure, STUART RAYNER reports. 985
Team walks off over racism; football shorts QPR. 106
Teenagers educated on sea dangers. 183
Tell us why our son died. 474
They said what? 345
Trump's spelling errors unpresidented for a head of state. 213
Turing worthy of accolade. 124
Voted leave, not for a deal. 252
We're doing a lot behind the scenes - regional mayor; SEAN SEDDON speaks to Jamie Driscoll about the first 100 days in his role as North of Tyne mayor. 929
Westwood Czechs in for Masters; GOLF. 270
YOUNG ADULT book of the week. 153

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