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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (March 7, 2019)

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318 new homes planned for land next to hospital. 319
60 per cent of North East Labour voters want People's Vote on Brexit, says poll. 762
Air pollution 'is already at life-threatening levels'. 596
ALIVE AND KICKING! DEAD OR ALIVE 6 Xbox One, PS4, PC HHHHH. 647
ALL THE LATEST GAMING, COMICS & TECH TRENDS GEEK TO ME. 187
Amanda's 'murder' joke is just plain ob-Knox-ious. 206
App makes leaders out of managers. 156
Application for hospital extension. 157
Application to replace timber yard building. 187
Archer's like my little brother but I want World Cup place too. 561
Authority responds to Manchester firm criticism. 272
Beardsley leaves St James' Park after club probe. 286
Ben Arfa demons in past, says coach. 295
Bribe doesn't really add up. 121
Carlton puts its house on PS1m funding boost. 416
Cathedral choir to sing liturgy unheard for 600 years. 307
CHILDREN'S book of the week. 136
Corrections & complaints. Correction notice 198
Crazy golf centre plans are getting in the swing. 611
Dad jailed for acid attack on son, three. 536
Developers bid to build properties across village. 280
Diversity champions to be put in the spotlight. 686
Driscoll: Danger? I'll stick to policies. 434
Early-spawning frogs disturbed by youngsters. 416
Economic strength key to low-skill employment. 136
Fallen duo will bring plenty of Pomp to a big day ATWEMBLEY; THE AGENDA: Sunderland v Portsmouth will be a wonderful occasion for lower-league football. 984
Flagging up the biggest banner need for the seen in Europe; THE AGENDA: Fans group reveal ambitious plans for a flag to take up a whole stand at St James'. 1579
Flagging up the need for the biggest banner seen in Europe; THE AGENDA: Fans group reveal ambitious plans for a flag to take up a whole stand at St James'. 1538
Forget water into wine - now it's wine into heat. 570
Fresh ideas in fight to stub out smoking habit. 538
Get knives off the streets. 129
Grigg confident he'll rise to big occasion; Grigg ready to rise to the big occasion at Wembley. 600
Haslam takes over as new Seahorses manager; NON-LEAGUE. 401
HEAD TO HEAD IN CHAMPION HURDLE. 179
Hoping to stage more events at Baltic Square. 203
Hotel room suggests Damien Hirst has finally jumped the shark. 136
HOW TO GET YOUR TICKET. 182
How to manage the meltdowns; TODDLER TANTRUMS ARE FRUSTRATING AND EXHAUSTING FOR BOTH PARENTS AND CHILDREN, BUT THESE EXPERT TIPS CAN HELP, WRITES LISA SALMON. 1194
I do like exploring female rage, you know...it's very much there; The Aftermath sees Keira Knightley star as Rachael Morgan, the wife of a British colonel living in 1946 post-war Germany. The actress tells GEORGIA HUMPHREYS about the film's powerful themes, and how she approached the emotive role. 1043
Injured England pair in a race against time to be fit. 391
Inspiring children to pick up a book and start a habit; Dan Smith's new book. 633
It's best to tech a little help on your run; Make the miles go faster with these handy apps and podcasts, says LIZ CONNOR. 829
It's not just a two-horse race. 200
Job security 'no problem' for Chelsea boss Sarri. 575
Lalor bids to Post a victory in Arkle. 474
Lambert agrees deal with Diamonds; SPEEDWAY. 257
Lions clash will still go ahead; football shorts Bolton. 150
Male-female stereotype lasting harm. 115
May faces knife crime backlash. 609
Nestle mixing it up for first time at city factory. 385
New parking permit rules for city. 232
No price nailed down for Rondon despite pleas. 302
On this day. 237
Pattie looking a tasty prospect. 319
Pieters feels he is getting right back in the swing; GOLF. 340
Ponteland fire station plans given green light. 610
PS1tn investors want to help North East prosper. 433
Putin: protect our secrets. 133
Reading is for life - not just FORWORLD Book Day; On World Book Day CLAIRE PRESTON argues that encouraging reading and providing access to books is not enough and that learning to read must be a priority. 1215
Rejuvenated Gooch is in dreamland as he looks forward TOWEARMEN's big day out. 656
Residents hit out at caravan site plan for Druridge. 590
Rio broadcast complaints. 116
Ritchie: I had to learn my new role fast, but I love it; Ritchie tells of enjoyment as he masters his position. 438
Sleepy village in lockdown over 'bomb' scare in house. 440
Tech firm are Avid about making electric car parts. 401
tech that... A ROUND-UP OF THE LATEST NEWS IN THE DIGITAL WORLD. 375
Terror attack plotter gets 15 years. 179
The star manglaed banner; While Trump plays to fans, investigations heat up... but can Congress stop him before he tarnishes all that America stands for? 498
These days, just a moment to call my own is as good as life can get; DOUBLE TROUBLE FOR A FIRST-TIME DAD OF TWINS. 434
They said what? 288
Time out extra. 421
Time to switch off from stress? 179
Torreira gets three-game ban; football shorts ARSENAL. 103
Trump vow undermined as trade deficit widens. 244
Vocational skills project receives a PS10k boost. 187
Wales' reserves setting benchmark. 293
Wards' visitor restrictions relaxed after lock-downs. 386
We can't afford not to fund our schools properly. 622
WE DIDN'T WANT TO RUSH BACK; WE HAD TO GET IT RIGHT; The hugely anticipated second season of American Gods - based on Neil Gaiman's bestselling novel - is nearly upon us. Georgia Humphreys chats to stars Ricky Whittle and Emily Browning. 539
We do not get value from EU. 176
We need to act now to close growing skills gap; CONSTRUCTING EXCELLENCE. 424
Why do we keep putting these people in charge? 924
Winston and the miners. 280
YMCA hostel approved despite facing fierce opposition. 386
Your Money. 605

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