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Articles from The Journal (Newcastle, England) (May 9, 2019)

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'Give the region more powers over rail services'. 372
'Sunderland can't rise up without a fit McGeady'. 338
58 reasons why teen suicide series should be stopped. 312
ALL GEEK TO ME; THE LATEST GAMING, COMICS & TECH TRENDS. 335
APP ofthe WEEK. 155
Appeal over accident in which men came off bike. 204
Biggest test yet for driver Ilott; sport shorts f1. 109
Bolam becomes new man in Town. 282
Bold United can't quite quash Toffees. 582
Brexit uncertainty will affect advertising revenues, ITV warns. 311
Care firm takes Crown after growing portfolio. 526
Cats' duo's fitness is a huge deal for Ross. 377
Cautious consumers lead to sales slowdown. 311
Chairman can boss Dee rivals. 323
Chairman to step down ASVERTU motors ahead. 677
Chelsea to take transfer ban appeal to top court. 394
CHILDREN'S book of the week. 184
CLEAR THE HEIR; Birth of her child is the ideal time for Meghan to heal the rift with her own dad and ensure the newest royal can know his granddad. 564
Climate protection requires action as soon as possible; CONSTRUCTING EXCELLENCE. 337
Competitive motor sector sees insurer's premiums fall. 282
Concert to warm church. 198
Demand for action over chances for the disabled. 231
Diana's in the middle of an over-reaction to airport security check. 206
Do you have extra love for cat with extra toes? 217
Energy firm cites lack of smart meter demand for 400 job cuts. 280
Fan villages pop up across city for rugby fan influx. 490
Fitting farewell to racing pundit everybody knew. 746
Forbes re-elected as Labour leader for city council. 410
Frustrated Toon squad want to see new players brought in; THE AGENDA: Hayden reveals Magpies desperate for fresh blood to progress. 652
Fuchs stays put for another year; sport shorts LEICESTER CITY. 109
Give us the run of the railways; Councils want to organise North services. 123
Help with memorials. 326
Help your kids learn through play; Play is a vital part of child development - and it's fun for parents too. LISA SALMON explains how to be a playtime pro. 822
I know the twins can toddle - but I want to get indoors before nightfall; DOUBLE TROUBLE FOR A FIRST-TIME DAD OF TWINS. 483
Intersex medic advice controversy. 271
It's time to talk about the importance of opening up; Injured forces veterans are being encouraged to share their feelings through a podcast conversation project. LISA HUTCHINSON found out more. 1164
Jones steps up to lead Hatters; sport shorts LUTON TOWN. 118
Just three wild cards for Harri; sport shorts golf. 110
Life of revolutionary on stage. DAVE MORTON Reporter david.morton.editorial@ncjmedia.co.uk 359
Move to Tykes is Bess option; sport shorts cricket. 103
Muddy waters surround alert over beach bathing. 826
Neville is confident of success for Lionesses. 342
No title for royal baby Archie. 607
On this day. 208
On track to devolution? 157
Pain but so much to gain for Hendo. 569
Paisley, Westwood looking to Master Hillside venue. 477
Pedestrian is injured by vehicle. 134
Permanent jobs struggle at agencies. 124
Permits may ease crowded streets in busy suburb. 239
Porteous hopes to rise to Challenge. 239
Prime Minister remains evasive over departure. 399
PS8m investment will see firm grow even faster. 700
Rain fails to stop Archer shining. 389
Rector picked to be new bishop. 380
Regulations for electric? 234
Reimagined ballet comes with sizzle. 297
Relief as a date is finally set for road to reopen. 403
Rival managers talk very good game as crunch clashes loom; THE AGENDA: Views from the Sunderland and Portsmouth camps ahead of play-off showdown. 973
Set sail on a wonderful journey to solve The Helios mystery. 521
SPORT TODAY. 773
StarTrek actor's stellar performance for game. 408
Struggling Bolton win another stay of execution. 378
Suspected illegal tobacco sniffed out with dog's help. 266
Swansea's Dan could be the man for United; JAMES HAS DESIRED QUALITIES. 361
tech that... A ROUND-UP OF THE LATEST NEWS IN THE DIGITAL WORLD. 348
Thanks for backing me. 281
The Brexit fog will clear eventually and spending will rise. 450
The list of endangered species may one day include us. 936
They said what? 332
Thumbs up for Google's new smartphones; Tech giant unveils bargain mobiles and a revamped home system at annual developer conference. Conference news 763
Travel agency celebrating a top rating. 142
Vet taking to the road to perform procedures. 236
Virgin Money to close four branches in region. 464
We're recovering, says Co-op Bank despite loss. 506
When playing a real person, you can only ever play a kind of ghost of them; New biopic Tolkien gets to know the man behind the myth. But it's far more than just an impersonation of the legendary author, stars Nicholas Hoult and Lily Collins tell GEMMA DUNN. 1106
WITH PARENTING, NOTHING CAN REALLY PREPARE YOU; Pregnancy and motherhood are often hailed as the happiest period in a woman's life, but as Louis Theroux discovers in his latest documentary, it can also be a time of psychiatric difficulty. GEMMA DUNN finds out more. 557
Work to get birds of a feather to stay forever. 683
Workers at coating firm have got buyout covered. 368
Wraps coming off at cathedral. 412
Yedlin has op as doubts grow over Perez future. 380

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