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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (July 20, 2019)

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Activities to suit you to a T-Rex. 402
Activity in region high for leisure sector. 282
Allan shows Meem streak. 148
An answer given, but still lots of questions. 205
An unforgettable summer with Raby Castle and High Force Hotel. 524
Anderson hopeful for a return to the pitch. 147
Apartments planned for brownfield site on coast. 259
AYR RAIDERS IN MOOD TO STRIKE; No fears as Moffat & Doolan fill boots of Shankland MR FIXIT PAULJAIN@MRFIXITSTIPS. 538
Bandits are out to get Some points in the bag; SPEEDWAY. 367
Batten's families slam ministers as debate quashed. 706
Blackshaws marks centenary. 430
Blyth's No2 follows his ex-boss for role at Darlo. 160
Boris blimp to soar above anti-Brexit protesters. 329
caius still lurks on winning marc; Don't miss Nicky's novice. 226
Conte confirms Lukaku chase; football shorts MAN UTD. 104
Contemporary home offers peace. 238
COULD THIS BE HIS YEAR? 247
Crowd cut for clash in Sofia; football shorts ENGLAND. 120
Dad slams travel chiefs for leaving passengers high and dry. 765
DARE TO BELIEVE ...AGAIN; Stay on side with our old ally in Marsh Cup thriller at Newbury The Tin Man can cut rivals down to size. 665
Dell is a hell of a buy if you want a cafe with a flat thrown in. 265
DOUBLE HANDFUL; John Shaw's racing betting column in association with. Column 340
Eco-savvy Prince wants increase in wool production. 308
Enjoy the freedom a campervan can give. 238
EU-funded rural scheme's future hangs in balance. 549
EVS BET OF THE DAY FOX CHAIRMAN. 230
Fab nurses knowledge thanks to Raptors mentor. 529
Fine day's work is sealed with a kiss; Westwood in Open shake-up - with Helen's help. 517
Focus shifts to league as sides hope for sunshine; NEPL. 375
For richer, not poorer; If weddings are putting a strain on your budget this summer, VICKY SHAW finds out how everyone can claw back some money. 795
Ford & Etal; One destination, more than 20 attractions. 148
Fun for all family down on the Farm. 253
Fury backs Ward to be a knockout. 223
Gateshead firm taps into London water initiative. 379
Gemmell's 1967 boots sell for PS18k. 185
General Knowledge Quiz. 363
Giant wheel plan wins over council's planners. 605
GILCHRIST JOINS MARINERS. 187
Government policy shift a big boost for workers. 209
Headstones damaged as vandals target cemetery. 193
Help for our wildlife is the Cherry on the cake. 426
How to do your bit to stop the world from going to pot Gardening; Stem the tide of gardening plastic by replacing your plastic pots and seed trays with eco-friendly alternatives. Hannah Stephenson reports. 511
I'll do my own thing, says Cocu; football shorts DERBY COUNTY. 113
I'm no puppet, I'm in charge, says Bruce. 482
Infighting must stop to get transport on track. 470
Invest in a slice of the good life. 401
Is a buyer's market in the offing? 146
Jets have blast in front OFWORLD Cup heroes; THE MATCH: Durham v Northamptonshire Vitality T20 Blast, Riverside. 821
Little extra goes long way. 287
Lots of summer fun at Lightwater Valley. 375
Lowry shares lead as Rory goes out. 297
Luxury care home boss celebrates bumper deal. 809
Make sure your car loan won't put you on the road to ruin. 628
Making brass band history with very special performance; A landmark performance of Verdi's Requiem in Durham Cathedral is a highlight of Durham BRASS 2019. DAVID WHETSTONE talks to composer/transcriber Steve Robson. 891
Man admits MP Nazi slur. 391
Mazda's colourful way to mark 30 years of the MX-5. 241
McGeady in line for Cats return after foot injury; Ross lines up McGeady as Cats take on Belenenses. 431
Melanie is 'sitting up' after PS80k lifesaving operation. 500
More Haste less waste; ELLA WALKER meets YouTube cooking royalty to find out about his debut cookbook, The 7-Day Basket. 1609
Name change unnecessary. 310
New for the home. 152
New manager's arrival could revive careers of forgotten men - Aarons. 565
New office and event space for marketers. 499
New to the market. 224
No sympathy for Mrs May. 173
NORTHUMBERLAND AND TYNESIDE CRICKET LEAGUE NORTHUMBERLAND. 819
Not denying climate woes. 188
Nursing home is approved for social club site. 330
Office OFTAX Simplification's second report on InheritanceTax Review. 521
On this day. 291
Overspending fine appeal is won by Leave campaigner. 380
Oviedo joins training after month on international duty. 435
Pair plead guilty to abduction. 128
People still don't think I am good enough. 712
Philadelphia hope their good form continues; DURHAM CRICKET LEAGUE. 419
Piggy leads the charge as Britain's top trio go for glory at Burgham. 579
Plans for synagogue given the go-ahead. 543
Players who look a good bet to join the Magpies. 408
Police post stays in Labour hands; But candidate run close by independent. 154
Pool which fails to make a splash is set to be closed. 610
Pop along to this pop-up event and feast on the surroundings; The first ever Feast by the Sea starts today in Whitley Bay. One of the organisers, Mark Deakin, explains what people who turn up can expect at the pop-up street food event. Mike Kelly reports. 913
POUND NOTES. 312
Property focus; From games rooms to equestrian facilities, home with extras offer buyers real flexibility. homemaker takes a look at four homes with extras that are currently on the market. 205
Racist abused shopkeeper. 132
RAISE A GLASS. 520
Retail development plan for colliery site given go-ahead. 495
REVIEWS. 525
Round the Twist. 124
Schoolchildren learn about life on the farm. 465
Scientists not always right. 199
SCOTTISH ANTEPOSTS: RANGERS BEING BACKED FOR TITLE. 295
Sex attacker pursued his victim into hotel room. 362
SHOWCASE FOR TALENT. 211
Skipper slams Euro 'disgrace' football shorts KILMARNOCK. 116
Stay active this summer. 143
Stepping back in time. 151
Summer of fun starts right here. 564
Tapping into a new way to plan; Interior stylist Heather Milner reveals her go-to sources for ideas and project-plotting. Gabrielle Fagan reports. 1185
THE FALL AND RISE of HIP-HOP; How streaming and longer albums have seen the genre rocket to new heights of popularity. 360
THE FIT FACTOR. 483
THE PLETHORA OF OBJECTIONS. 509
They said what? 264
This life is a very complicated one, where people need you constantly; ON THE RELEASE OF HIS MEMOIR, ELLA WALKER CHATS TO QUEER EYE STAR TAN FRANCE, ABOUT TAKING CARE OF HIS MENTAL HEALTH AND THE JOY HE FINDS IN MARRIAGE. 1059
Tierney just 1-2 to move to Gunners and lift Gers; Bookies View. 351
Time out extra. 451
Time-travelling family fun. 495
To play in front of this many fans is chance I could not turn down; THE AGENDA: Jordan Willis on why he chose to sign for Black Cats over Championship sides. 791
TOP TENS. 141
Unfaithful husband's web of lies land him and sister in the dock. 978
Upgrades for North East landmarks. 247
Victorian villa in lush surroundings; Built almost 150 years ago, this stunning house set in beautiful mature gardens just oozes Victorian charm... 337
View spectacular Dinnington homes. 700
Voltage puts added spark into Dobey debut. 353
Wake up to CoquetValley views. 149
Walk-in nurse struck off for handing out addictive medication. 623
Want to take control of the kids' summer fun? ...Then head to the CTRL Pad in Newcastle where the whole family will enjoy quality gaming entertainment - at an affordable price - at the city's only video-gaming lounge. 126
Wedding day tales of the unexpected; MONEY FACT. 126
What are you up to in the school holidays? 153
Win for Labour in PCC vote after run-off count. 716
Woman raped by stranger. 189
Young minds roam wild in the woods. 356

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