The Journal (Newcastle, England)

The Journal is a regional newspaper from Newcastle, England. The Journal publishes the latest business, sports, and politics news.

Articles from April 7, 2018

Abarth Will Put a Smile on Your Face
Byline: ROBIN ROBERTS BRITS relish small high-performance cars and thank goodness the Italians still build them like the Abarth 595 Competizione. While the UK may have grown up and developed a taste for family hot-hatches, there is still a lot...
All-Rounder Ticks All Boxes
Byline: MIKE TORPEY SUBSTANCE over style has proved a winning formula for Honda as its compact SUV the CR-V continues to blaze a trail of success. Already one of the most popular vehicles of its type in the world, the CR-V has more than 800,000...
Ambitious Tyneside Garden Plan Hits Buffers
Byline: LAURA HILL Reporter laura.hill@ncjmedia.co.uk PLANS to build the world's largest shipping container garden on the banks of the river Tyne have been scrapped. The ambitious development was announced to much fanfare last year, with Gardeners'...
A Nation Divided between London and the Rest of Us
Byline: Paul Benneworth WHEN I was growing up I didn't realize how varied a country the UK is. At school we learned as much about London boroughs as Cullercoats, and children's TV showed the whole country, with Supergran and the Machine Gunners...
A Real Wolf in Sheep's Clothing
Byline: ROBIN ROBERTS SOME car makers shout about their performance models which can quietly disappoint, yet Hyundai plays it the other way in the i30 N - a normal-looking model which excites every time you take the wheel. The Korean brand has...
Ban for School Teacher Who Told Child That She Loved Her
Byline: KATIE DICKINSON Reporter katie.dickinson@trinitymirror.com @KATIEJDICKINSON A TEACHER who struck up an "inappropriate relationship" with a vulnerable child and told her she loved her has been banned from the classroom. Kirsty Hoffman...
Benitez Stays Coy on His Future at United
Byline: ANDREW MUSGROVE Sports writer andrew.musgrove@trinitymirror.com RAFA Benitez has refused to talk about his future as Newcastle United manager - but insists the club have already started planning for next season. The Spaniard will have...
Best of Both Worlds and It's Good Value to Boot
Byline: MIKE TORPEY FANS of crossover models and 4x4s have just about seen it all as the SUV scene heads toward saturation. Coming up with a new offering that can trump the opposition becomes increasingly more difficult - to the point that image,...
Bookies'View
Byline: Charlie McCann ABERDEEN travel to Tynecastle today looking for a fourth successive victory and are 23-20 at BetVictor to take the points with the hosts 5-2. Derek McInnes is 6-1 to be next West Brom boss and might want to have a quick look...
Bookies'View [...]
THE Premier League could officially be all over tonight if Man City beat their neighbours United - and it is a finish their fans would love to see. Given United's determination not to let it happen against them and City needing to save something...
BossWatson Is Unfazed by Heed Fixture Pile-Up; NATIONAL LEAGUE
Byline: JEFF BOWRON GATESHEAD are facing fixture hell with five games in just 11 days - but manager Steve Watson believes his side can surprise its rivals. With four of those matches away from home, players and staff will clock up more than 1,800...
Brand New Name, Same Great Food
THE popular Kells Lane Food Market is back in Low Fell, Gateshead, today as its new season gets under way. Following the wet weather, organisers had been hoping for more spring-like conditions for the return of the monthly favourite which boasts...
Cash Needed for Social Care
DESPITE Theresa May's welcome announcement about extra money for the health service, there will be little progress made in meeting the needs of frail elderly people until it is fully accepted that more money is needed for social care and they are prepared...
Cherries' Striker Facing a Long Spell on Sidelines
BOURMEMOUTH manager Eddie Howe admits he is not sure whether midfielder Junior Stanislas will recover from a knee injury in time to hit the ground running again next season. Stanislas was taken off early in the second half of last weekend's 2-2...
Choose a Luxury Home in a Beautiful Location; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE
A NORTH EAST-BASED housebuilder is proud to unveil its brand new development in the heart of Northumberland. Partner Homes is launching Thornton Gate, a new and exclusive development set in a sought-after location just five miles from the pretty...
Cinema
ALNWICK PLAYHOUSE Bondgate Without (01665 510785) Black Panther (12A): Wed 7.30pm Early Man (PG): Sat 1pm Lady Bird (15): Sat 7.30pm The Greatest Showman (Sing-Along) (PG): Thu 1pm, 7.30pm CINEWORLD BOLDON TYNE AND WEAR, BOLDON COLLIERY Boldon Leisure...
Coleman: Tough for Me to Plan for Future; Planning for the Future at Cats Remains Up in the Air
Byline: JAMES HUNTER Sports writer james.hunter@trinitymirror.com THE uncertainty surrounding Sunderland at every level is hampering the Black Cats' efforts to plan for next season, admits Chris Coleman. The Sunderland boss has already begun...
Commonwealth Games Review
TWO weeks after learning of her surprise late call-up due to injuries, 15-year-old Taeja James marked her major international debut in style in the women's team gymnastics competition at the Commonwealth Games. England, hit by the respective absences...
Coroner Rules Teen's Death Was a Tragic Accident
Byline: KATIE DICKINSON Reporter katie.dickinson@trinitymirror.com @KATIEJDICKINSON AN "error of judgement" led to the death of a teenager in a motorbike crash, a coroner has ruled. Steven Vickers died on May 2 last year when he lost control...
Councillor in 'Zionist' Row to Stand in Election
Byline: MIKE KELLY Reporter mike.kelly@ncjmedia.co.uk LABOUR'S Dipu Ahad has been confirmed as one of the Labour party's candidates standing for Newcastle's Elswick ward in next month's local elections. Mr Ahad was one of ten sitting councillors...
Dere-Ly Beloved by First-Time Buyers; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE
THE availability of the Government's Help To Buy scheme is proving an additional attraction at the Dere Street Homes Marley Fields development, at Wheatley Hill to the east of Durham City. With prices starting from just PS155,000, the development...
Drugs Aren't the Answer
CHILDREN and adolescents rely on the adults in their lives to guide them and advise them towards the values that will stand them in good stead for the future. That reliance depends upon the information presented to them on a given subject. When...
Ebac Northern League
DIVISION One leaders Morpeth Town have a full squad available for their home game against Guisborough Town. A win for the visitors could take them 11 points clear of the bottom three. Second-placed Marske United will look to continue their title...
Falcons Bring Back Wing Duo FORWORCESTER Clash
NEWCASTLE Falcons welcome back wing duo Vereniki Goneva and Sinoti Sinoti for today's Aviva Premiership trip to Worcester Warriors. Dean Richards' men boast the best away record in the league with six wins from their nine road trips, their only...
Firms 'Preparing to Swoop' for Homebase
HOMEBASE could soon be sold off to new owners amid rumours several private equity firms are preparing to swoop for the DIY chain. A number of companies are understood to be circling the DIY giant, as its Australian owner plots an escape from its...
First Cut Is the Sweetest
OMORROW has officially been named 'first cut Sunday' by the makers of UK gardening superbrand Flymo. The outdoor power product manufacturer Husqvarna Group has identified that annually, the second Sunday in April is the most popular day for homeowners...
Five Financial Mistakes People Make in Retirement
WHEN we reach retirement and cash in our pension pot we should be set for life - right? In theory, yes, but as with many things in life, that isn't always the case. There are numerous aspects of retirement planning that if we are not careful, can...
FORM DOGS TOWIN DAY; Killie and Hibs Can Take Points off Basement Strugglers
Byline: MRFIXIT PAUL JAIN@MRFIXITSTIPS WHEN you look at the Premiership form table it's not Celtic and Rangers up there but Killie and Hibs. Both are on the road to the bottom two today and the double tempts at 37-10 with William Hill and Ladbrokes....
Getting the Better of the Weather
Byline: ANNA HARRIS annagharris@gmail.com IT was a battle against the elements to get the Northumberland and Tyneside Endurance group's season off to a start. The Beast from the East made sure the group's first ride at Harwood Forest, near Cambo,...
Good Mews for Homebuyers
WITH their period charm and quaint cobbles, mews houses have become as desirable as the posh houses they once served. The trouble is, there haven't been quite enough of them to go round. Now Bellway are capitalising on our fantasies of living where...
Grand Bold Juke's a Bundle of Fun
Byline: EDWARD STEPHENS THERE'S little doubting that the unconventional, quirky styling of the Nissan Juke means most people can easily identify it. But what seems to have escaped a lot of people's notice is that as well as the regular Juke there...
Hamilton Is Feeling Heat as Ferrari Top in Practice; MOTOR SPORT
LEWIS Hamilton finished outside the top three in both practice sessions for this weekend's Bahrain Grand Prix after rivals Ferrari set the pace. Defending champion Hamilton, who missed out on victory at the curtain-raiser in Australia a fortnight...
Harry's Game to Haunt Paul; Spurs Striker Can Return to Goal Trail at Stoke
HARRY KANE'S back and I'm tipping him to sink Stoke. Spurs'main man wasn't needed off the bench last week as his side turned on the style to win at Chelsea for the first time in 28 years. Next up it's a trip to struggling Stoke who have scored...
Homes for Green Fingers; Homemaker Has Searched the Region to Find Four Fantastic Homes with Gardens
NESTLED on the northern outskirts of a village - and with an open southerly aspect - this bungalow is perfect for those who crave a rural setting with good transport access across the region. The traditional stone/slate property in a cul-de-sac...
Hoteliers Top the Great North Menu Challenge; the Great North Menu Challenge 2018 Was Taken Up by a Lucky 13 Finalists - but Two Names Eventually Came to the Fore
IN the increasingly competitive world of the chef, here are a couple of names to look out for. Louise Harbottle, from Rockliffe Hall, near Darlington, and Manuel Prado, from Jesmond Dene House, Newcastle, were both winners in the Great North Menu...
Hotel Offers Easy Roman Wall Access; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE
THIS hotel, which sleeps up to 32 guests, is located in open countryside between Hadrian's Wall and the Tynedale village of Haydon Bridge. The surrounding area is a haven for wildlife including deer, foxes and badger. There is adjoining grazing...
How Frost Soon Warmed to Idea of a National Ride
BRYONY Frost believes Milansbar will be the perfect conveyance in the Randox Health Grand National after the conditional schooled her big-race mount over replica Aintree fences in Lambourn on Thursday. Frost was reunited with Neil King's 11-year-old...
Improving Road and Rail High on Hitlist of Transport Body's First Meeting
Byline: JONATHAN WALKER Political Editor jon.walker@trinitymirror.com @jonwalker121 AMBITIOUS plans to improve road and rail links across the North of England were top of the agenda as a new transport authority met for the first time since receiving...
Is It about Time You Got a Nicer Isa? Are Your Savings Working for You? VICKY SHAW Presents a No-Nonsense Guide
Byline: VICKY SHAW WITH the new tax year having started on April 6, this time of year is traditionally known as 'Isa season', when competition between providers is ramped up as savers look to take out new deals. While the Isa market has been...
It's Good to Talk about Finance
MORE than 85% of adults admit to worrying about money at least some of the time, while for two-thirds (67%), money is right at the top of the list of things they fret about, research from Treasurybacked savings provider NS&I reveals, with men and...
Jaysean Helps the Eagles Turn a Page; Herculean Paige Effort Sees His Side Sink Sharks
Byline: SIMON RUSHWORTH NEWCASTLE EAGLES 82 SHEFFIELD SHARKS 58 JAYSEAN Paige inspired a second win in four days as the short-handed Newcastle Eagles silenced the critics with an all-round performance evoking the club's storied past. Combining...
Katie's the Golden Girl but Silver for Brother John
SCOTLAND'S Katie Archibald added Commonwealth champion to her long list of accolades on Friday but England's Charlie Tanfield prevented her brother from doing the same. Archibald, an Olympic, world and European champion in various disciplines, took...
Keys to Property Rent Success
FROM getting a property ship-shape to understanding your new legal responsibilities, becoming a landlord for the first time can feel like a daunting prospect. Whether you're an 'accidental' landlord after deciding to rent your house in a sluggish...
Livestock-Tracking Service in Pipeline
Byline: GRAEME WHITFIELD Business Editor graeme.whitfield@ncjmedia.co.uk MINISTERS have outlined plans for a new livestock information service that aims to help the UK become a world leader in food production. Environment Secretary Michael Gove...
Local Charity Closed after Struggles
A COUNCIL loan and warnings from national leaders weren't enough to save a struggling charity, it has emerged. Age UK Newcastle, which provided services including personal care and bereavement support to elderly people in the city, closed after...
Locals 'Left in Dark' over the Future of Eyesore Site in Town
Byline: HANNAH GRAHAM Reporter hannah.graham@trinitymirror.com MORE than 1,000 people have signed a petition demanding answers over the future of an "eyesore" site which had been earmarked for a new council headquarters. The future of the site...
Make Sure You Love Your View; Garden Designer Hilary Thomas on How to Make Stylish Changes to Your Garden That Will Make a Real Difference Later on in the Year
With longer days and better weather on the horizon, now's the time to take a look at how your garden has fared over winter. Garden designer and lecturer Hilary Thomas, who teaches garden and planting design online through Learning With Experts,...
Man of Many Parts Takes on New Role Close to His Heart; He's Been a Dwarf King, a Marvel Comics Assassin and Much Else Besides. but Richard Armitage Was in Newcastle Last Weekend to Discuss a Very Different Role. DAVID WHETSTONE Had a Chat
Byline: DAVID WHETSTONE THE problem for good actors is that, try as they might, they carry around with them a bit of every character they've ever played. They might claim to shed the skin of their latest role after curtain call (theatre) or wrap...
Mark Made on Market
Byline: COREENA FORD Business writer coreena.ford@ncjmedia.co.uk @Scoopford A GIFT company is doubling in size after just one month in a growing County Durham market. R&M Printables has operated as an online venture for some time, specialising...
Marts
ACKLINGTON April 5 North East Livestock Sales sold 70 prime cattle and cast cows and 851 sheep comprising 577 hoggs and 274 cast ewes. Hoggs Dearer again realising an overall average of PS117 all in! Texels 175, 171, 168 Preston Mains, 168, 146...
Military Vehicle Work Is to Create Scores of Jobs
Byline: COREENA FORD Business writer coreena.ford@ncjmedia.co.uk @Scoopford SCORES of jobs are poised to be created at a Newcastle engineering company which will play a pivotal part in the creation of the British Army's next military vehicle. ...
No Go for Mo If Not Fully Fit to Face Toffees
LIVERPOOL manager Jurgen Klopp is not prepared to take a risk with the Premier League's leading scorer Mohamed Salah in today's 231st Merseyside derby. The Egypt international, whose haul of 38 goals this season includes 29 in the league, was forced...
OAP Arrested for Stabbing Intruder to Face No Charges
Byline: PRESS ASSOCIATION STAFF jnl.newsdesk@ncjmedia.co.uk APENSIONER arrested for fatally stabbing an intruder at his home will face no further action, police said. Henry Vincent, 37, died following a struggle in the botched raid at the south-east...
Officer Denies Two Witness Relationships and Voyeurism
Byline: ROB KENNEDY Court Reporter rob.kennedy@ncjmedia.com APOLICE officer has denied a series of misconduct charges and an allegation of voyeurism. Northumbria Police employee Jonathan Layzell faces claims he engaged in relationships with two...
'One Transfer Window Is Not Enough to Fix the Club' THE PREVIEW: Leeds V Sunderland
Byline: JAMES HUNTER Sports writer james.hunter@trinitymirror.com CHRIS Coleman admits he is disappointed that he has not made a bigger impact on Sunderland's season. Coleman left his job as manager of Wales to take over on Wearside in November...
Parking Ban Plan to Stop Matchday Mayhem
NEW restrictions could be imposed to stop Newcastle fans using busy residential streets for free matchday parking. Families in Avison Street, Douglas Terrace, and the surrounding area - just a few minutes' walk from St James' Park - are fed up with...
Pep Admits He Will Have 'One Eye' on Reds Clash
PEP Guardiola admits he will have "one eye" on Manchester City's return clash with Liverpool as they take on Manchester United tonight. The runaway Premier League leaders can clinch the title with victory over their fiercest rivals but the derby...
Perfect Time for a Derby
SAM Allardyce knows the fixture calendar has presented Everton with what could be a golden opportunity to end their long winless Merseyside derby run. It is more than seven years and 16 matches since the blue half of the city was able to celebrate...
Perhaps I Should Have Stayed in Sunny Senegal
Byline: TONY HENDERSON Environment reporter jnl.news@ncjmedia.co.uk THE look from the first osprey to arrive back at its Northumberland nest says it all. "I've left behind sun, sand and 30C temperatures - for this." Osprey White EB was faced...
Plan to Get Locals Facing Up to Nature; ENVIRONMENT
Byline: TONY HENDERSON THE pulling power of a particularly large lady is to be harnessed to introduce thousands of people to nature. Around 90,000 people a year visit Northumberlandia on Blagdon Lane near Cramlington in Northumberland. Most come...
Possible Return on Cards for Ndong
WATFORD boss Javi Gracia has not ruled out handing a debut to Didier Ndong in the final weeks of the season - despite the on-loan Sunderland man spending more than two months in the wilderness. Gabon international midfielder Ndong joined Watford...
Puppet Ballet Pulls All the Right Strings
Coppelia, Birmingham Royal Ballet, Sunderland Empire Some ballets strike a primal chord and offer profound and rewarding insights into the human condition. If this is what you want, forget about Coppelia. This is an all-whimsical, near-pantomimic...
Rafa and the Club Already Working on Transfer Plans; 3pm, King Power Stadium
Byline: andrew musgrove Sports Writer @ADMUSGROVE RAFA Benitez has revealed that discussions over transfers - including bringing Kenedy to Newcastle United - have begun, despite the fact that his future and the club's Premier League status are yet...
Raise a Glass
Byline: WITH JANE CLARE A FEW months ago I started to talk to people about wine "in person" not via the written word. I love speaking to people face to face, it's great, though when I write in the privacy of this room I don't have to brush my...
Reconstructed Roman Fort Reaches 30-Year Anniversary
Byline: TONY HENDERSON Reporter jnl.news@ncjmedia.co.uk IT was one problem with which the Romans never had to contend when they built a fort at the mouth of the Tyne. But when plans were put forward to erect a full-scale reconstruction of the...
Retro Returns; Claire Hornby Says There's Something to Suit Everyone When Creating a Retro Look
THIS season has seen a return to retro interiors, with mid-century furniture and tones of orange and green taking the design world by storm. Whether you want all-out 70s or just subtly introduce it, there is something for everyone. Mid-century modern...
Reviews
FICTION THE PERFECT GILFRIEND by Karen Hamilton Wildfire, PS12.99, ebook PS6.49 HHHH HELL hath no fury like a woman scorned and when it's a woman as unhinged as Juliette in Karen Hamilton's debut novel, you know you're in for a drama filled ride. ...
Rhys Getting Ready TOTHUNDER Back into Action; RUGBY LEAGUE
NEWCASTLE Thunder vice-captain Rhys Clarke will continue his comeback from injury on Sunday when he and his team-mates face York City Knights at Kingston Park Stadium (3.00) Clarke was a doubt for the season at the turn of the year following surgery...
Scarlett Is Hoping to Hit a Peak in Form; POINT TO POINT
THERE is a feast of action in prospect on tomorrow's Staintondale card at Charm Park near Scarborough, which has received a season's best total of 149 entries and starts at 1.30. Scarlett Peak can scale the heights in the first division of the Open...
Search Continues for the Truth about Dark Matter
Byline: MICHAEL MUNCASTER Reporter michael.muncaster@ncjmedia.co.uk SCIENTISTS are back in the dark over what dark matter could be, after new observations cast doubt on a previous breakthrough. Researchers thought they were one step closer to...
Share Price Boosted by Drug Approval Bid
Byline: JONATHON MANNING Reporter jonathon.manning@trinitymirror.com @JONNYAMANNING SHARES in Gateshead's Shield Therapeutics soared by 25% after the company revealed it is submitting a second application in the US to approve its main product. ...
Shelvey 'Could Be England Class at World Cup'
RAFA Benitez believes Jonjo Shelvey can be a 'great player' for England at this summer's World Cup - but admitted he has not spoken to Gareth Southgate about the Newcastle United midfielder. Shelvey has been praised for his performances since the turn...
Sick and Tired - but Superfoods Have Given Me New Lease of Life; When University Graduate Charlotte Bailey Was Diagnosed as Suffering from Coeliac Disease, It Led to a New Food Venture. JANE HALL Found out More
Byline: JANE HALL It's not unusual for still growing 16-year-olds to feel fatigued - especially when you throw the pressure of exams and studying into the mix. In fact, it can seem like your average teenager is sleeping their life away. It's...
Spartans Are Desperate for Some Long-Overdue Home Comforts; NATIONAL NORTH
Byline: JEFF BOWRON BLYTH SPARTANS stage their first home game in seven weeks this afternoon - and it's a six-pointer they need to win. Blyth can close the gap on fourthplaced visitors Kidderminster to four points with a game in hand if they...
SPIETH'S STRUGGLES HAND ADVANTAGE TO MCILROY AT AUGUSTA; Golf
RORY McIlroy took advantage of the struggles of overnight leader Jordan Spieth to set the early clubhouse target on day two. McIlroy, who needs to win a green jacket to become just the sixth player to complete the career grand slam, added a 70 to...
Straight to the Top of Wish Lists
Byline: ENDA MULLEN IAM fortunate to be familiar with Bentley cars, having driven quite a few over the years. Generally my recollections of the driving experience on each occasion behind the wheel are fond ones - the delight of driving such sublime...
Sugar Levy Not 'Quick Fix' to UK's Growing Obesity Crisis
THE sugar levy will not act as a quickfix in beating the UK's bulging diet issues. That was the warning from a University of Sunderland academic who believes that a much larger, longerterm strategy will be needed to slim down the obesity crisis....
Takeaway 'Filthy', Say Inspectors
WORKTOPS caked in grease, piles of rotting rubbish and filthy food storage areas - these were the shocking conditions inside a popular Newcastle takeaway, As well as the appalling hygiene levels, broken and dirty fridges, freezers, wall and floor tiles...
Take Control of Your Tech to Protect Your Privacy
Byline: JAMES WALKER YOUR CONSUMER RIGHTS CHAMPION CHILDREN of the 80s rejoice - there's a new Terminator film on the horizon! Even more fabulously everyone's favourite ass-kicking icon Linda Hamilton is back too. And in news that will please all...
Taxme Can Make Bookies Pay; They Won't Be Able to Catch Team Dalgleish's Upwardly Mobile Hurdler in Front of the ITV4 Cameras at Kelso Be Part of the Inn Crown in Kelso Thriller
Byline: GARRY OWEN TAXMEIFYOUCAN can pay for a few bills when he lands the Totescoop6 Handicap Hurdle at Kelso. The four-year-old has been a real moneyspinner for Carluke handler Keith Dalgleish since his winning handicap debut off 65 at Southwell...
The Books Falling out of Fashion
Byline: ALICE CACHIA FEWER children are reading classic children's books than ever - with the likes of Treasure Island, The Wind in the Willows and Alice in Wonderland falling out of fashion. A new survey suggests that while today's youngsters...
The Fit Factor
Byline: David Fairlamb THERE is a big difference between eating healthily and eating to lose weight. Most of us have a pretty good idea of what is seen as being healthy, however, many readers have contacted me asking for advice, as their so-called...
They Said What?
"I hate selfies. They'e horrible. They make everyone look ugly because they are shot from an angle right up your nose. What's wrong with a good old photograph? Selfies should be banned from the planet" - Former model Twiggy, now turned actress, who...
Time out Extra
who, what, where, when? WHO painted the ceiling of the Banqueting House in Whitehall? WHAT is the official report of the proceedings of the British Parliament called? WHERE in Scotland was former Labour leader John Smith buried? WHEN... does Epiphany...
'Titles Not Times' for Champ Adam; Breaking Records Not Important for Star Peaty
ADAM Peaty prioritised titles over times after making a sluggish start to his bid for a second successive Commonwealth Games 100 metres breaststroke gold medal. On a night when his training partner Sarah Vasey took 50m breaststroke gold, the 23-year-old...
Velar Is Simply a Stellar Vehicle in Every Respect
Byline: JOHN MURDOCH THE Range Rover Velar is probably the most stylish luxury SUV on the market and it boasts impressive levels of comfort and refinement as well as ability. Don't let its good looks fool you into thinking it's a softy - the Velar...
Warning as Quarter of 11-Year-Olds in City Found to Be Obese
Byline: NICOLE MORLEY Content Editor nicole.morley@trinitymirror.com Almost one in four of 11-year-olds in Newcastle are obese, public health bosses have warned. According to a new report, 24.8% of the city's Year 6 pupils are classed as obese,...
Weekend Diary
TODAY FOOTBALL: NATIONAL LEAGUE: Bromley v Gateshead, Hartlepool United v Solihull Moors NATIONAL LEAGUE NORTH: Alfreton Town v Spennymoor Town, Blyth Spartans v Kidderminster Harriers, Darlington v Boston United EVO-STIK PREMIER: Ashton United v Whitby...
West Brom Aim to Go Down Fighting as Swansea Await
DARREN Moore wants West Brom to go down fighting as he aims to halt the club's record run of Premier League defeats. The former Albion defender, who made more than 100 appearances for the club during a four-and-a-half-year stay at the Hawthorns...
What a Difference a Year Makes for a Leicester Rematch; THE PREVIEW: Leicester City V Newcastle United Newcastle United Travel to Leicester City Today in a Remake of Rafa Benitez's First Game in Charge of the Club in March 2016, with the Manager Insisting He's Improved since. Andrew Musgrove Reports
BACK in March 2016, Newcastle United fans were still in dreamland as Rafa Benitez signed up to attempt to rescue the club from dropping into the Championship. The Spaniard arrived as manager on March 11, taking charge of his first game three days...
Which Season Defines Your Colour Personality? Sophie Robinson Is Here to Help You Paint the Town (or Should That Be House?) Red. Gabrielle Fagan Catches Up with the Designer to Discover Some Style Secrets
ARE you stuck in a colour rut - because you're not brave enough to plunge into the dazzling array of new shades that could transform your home? Maybe you need some Colour Psychology in your life. Devised by psychologist Angela Wright, the method, which...
Writing Is a Way to Fight My Depression; as Elizabeth George Celebrates 30 Years of Her Popular Inspector Lynley Series, She Tells HANNAH STEPHENSON How Writing Has Helped Her Depression, and Why There's Life Still in the Detective Duo
Byline: HANNAH STEPHENSON AWARD-WINNING American author Elizabeth George has a lot to celebrate, as her popular Thomas Lynley series - featuring the upper crust British inspector and his working-class sidekick, DS Barbara Havers - reaches its 30th...
Yedlin: I've Improved So Much Thanks to the Boss
Byline: SEAN MCCORMICK Sports Writer @S_McCormick95 DEANDRE Yedlin feels Rafa Benitez has helped not only himself but his team-mates to progress as footballers this season. Newcastle have been in stunning form in 2018 and have only lost to Manchester...
'You Can't Just Brand Someone a Murderer'
Byline: SOPHIE DOUGHTY Crime Reporter sophie.doughty@ncjmedia.co.uk @Sophie_Doughty WORRIED Mark Summers has today told how he fears for his father's future after the finger of suspicion was pointed at him when his partner died. Elderly Geoff...
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