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 October 27, 2018

Abandoned Block Set to Be Turned into Homes
Byline: DANIEL HOLLAND Local Democracy Reporter ACITY centre office block that has stood empty for years finally looks set for a longawaited revamp. Councillors gave the green light to plans to turn Cuthbert House into 311 flats yesterday, and...
A Big Win for a Lil Rockerfeller
LIL Rockerfeller has given Neil King some of his most memorable days as a trainer and he provided him with yet another after becoming his first Cheltenham winner yesterday. Having come within three-quarters of a length of winning the 2017 Stayers'...
America's Stephens into the Semis on Her Debut Appearance atWTA Finals Event; TENNIS
SLOANE Stephens recorded her fifth straight win over top seed Angelique Kerber to reach the semi-finals on her debut appearance in the WTA Finals in Singapore. Stephens made it three wins out of three in the Red Group with a 6-3 6-3 victory in an...
A Small Investment of Your Time Could Go a Very Long Way
FINANCIAL advice can be for everyone, at every life stage. If you have never attended a Lowes seminar you won't appreciate why 99% of those that attend say it is time well spent. You can benefit from what we have to say even if you don't feel that...
Beach Front Cafe Opportunity
AN established family-run cafe close to the beach is up for sale in a popular tourist area. Tonia's Cafe is ideally located in Seaham Hall's car park and has been placed on the market providing a rare business opportunity. It was first started...
Boss Earmarks Coaches of the Future
JACK Ross believes he has a number of potential future coaches in his Sunderland squad. Footballer likes football ought not be a story but sadly it is. As in any walk of life, there are some within the professional game for whom it is just a...
Car Insurance App Firm Is Ready to Go Up a Gear
Byline: COREENA FORD Business writer coreena.ford@reachplc.com @Scoopford THE firm behind a new app designed to slash car insurance costs says it is on course for a full-scale nationwide launch early next year. Durham-based Honcho, described...
City Development Perfect for Young Professionals; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE
FOR first-time buyers and young professionals looking for a city centre base, Barratt Homes North East is offering the perfect solution this weekend. The housebuilder is hosting an early Black Friday preview event at its City Edge development, where...
Club's Owners Delighted to Be Ahead of Game
Byline: JAMES HUNTER Sunderland writer james.hunter@reachplc.com SUNDERLAND'S new owners are ahead of schedule both on and off the pitch in their turnaround plans on Wearside after less than six months in charge - with director Charlie Methven rating...
Double Handful
Byline: John Shaw's racing betting column in association with ODAY'S big race is the Group 1 Vertem Futurity Trophy, formerly known as the Racing Post Trophy. TIt's always refreshing to new sponsors attach their name and money to the racing industry....
Driver Jailed for Hit and Run Act
Byline: ROB KENNEDY Court Reporter rob.kennedy@reachplc.com AHIT-AND-RUN driver left a pensioner lying in the road with a broken leg then sped from the scene and plotted to evade justice. Russell Hope was already banned from the roads when he...
Ebac Northern League
Byline: MARK CARRUTHERS NORTHERN League Division One leaders Consett could hand a league debut to Matty Cornish when they face Newton Aycliffe at Moor Lane. Cornish joined the Steelmen from North Shields last week and scored as a second-half...
Eclipse Cross Fits It All In
Byline: PETER KEENAN THE trek to deposit the kids at university always presents a unique challenge for the unlucky motor saddled with the task of transporting their belongings. The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross drew the short straw this time but was...
England Making a Rapid Impression
ENGLAND underwent speed train ing overseen by a sprint specialist who has worked with Arsenal as their Portugal camp began in earnest. It was the first time Jonas Dodoo, who also includes Danny Cipriani and Anthony Watson among his cli ents, has...
Finances Starting to Look a Bit Scary? VICKY SHAW Has a Few Suggestions about Ways to Protect Yourself and Your Money
Byline: VICKY SHAW HALLOWEEN is upon us - and if your finances are giving you nightmares, now might be the time to get to grips with any money horrors lurking around the corner. In many cases, there may be simple steps you can take to spirit...
Finau Leads Pack with Rose Biting at His Heels; GOLF
AMERICAN Tony Finau claimed a three-shot lead at the halfway stage of the WGC-HSBC Champions, where defending champion Justin Rose is part of a star-studded chasing pack. Finau added a second round of 67 to his opening 66 at Sheshan International...
First Winter Competitions Seek Riders
eNTRIES are now open for the first competitions in the Baileys-sponsored winter series: arena eventing and jump training. For this coming season arena eventing will follow the same format as the 2017/2018 competition as riders take on a course of...
Fury Opens Up about His Depression and Drinking; BOXING
TYSON Fury has opened up about his battle with depression and said he "wanted to die so bad" while suffering with the mental ill ness. Fury, 30, who fights America's WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder on December 1, also talked about his alcoholism...
General Knowledge Quiz
1. By what name is the carnivorous plant Dionaea muscipula better known? A Pluto mousetrap B Mars dogtrap C Venus flytrap D Neptune flycatcher 2. What name is given to the belt of calms and sudden squalls in which the trade wind zones converge? A The...
Greenery Indoors Will Boost Your Health and Productivity; Gardening Give Your Skin, Lungs and Mental Health a Helping Hand by Filling Your Home with Foliage and Flowers. Hannah Stephenson Reports
As the urban footprint becomes larger, more people are destined to be living in properties without a garden - yet houseplants can help bring the outside in. From giant rubber plants and ferns as feature pieces to a spider plant trailing from a shelf,...
Greggs Proposal Looks to Be a Hot Potato for Council
Byline: DANIEL HOLLAND Local Democracy Reporter ANEW Greggs bakery could open in North Shields -despite opposition. Families, councillors, and North Tyneside's public health boss have all urged planning chiefs to reject Greggs' bid to move into...
Greyhounds
TODAY PELAW GRANGE 7.30 (435m): Roscoes Marlene, Touch Of Pedro, Daddy Said So, Dalton Flight, Dalton Rhythm, Get In There (M). 7.45 (245m): Filey Warrior, Yes Vote, Booraddly (M), Ring Harbour (M), Scholes Deeds (M), Knockmant Sniper (M). 8.00...
Heed Scrap Ticket Price Change after Two Games; NATIONAL LEAGUE
Byline: JEFF BOWRON GATESHEAD have scrapped their new matchday admission prices after just two games ahead of today's home game against Aldershot. The Tynesiders became the joint cheapest club in the Vanarama National League when they recently...
Hollies Offers a Taste of Luxury; Front Page Property
Byline: ANNE SOUTHBY E LORD or lady of your very own modern-day manor in this luxurious mansion. Built in 2002, The Hollies is one of three houses nestled in an exclusive private walled cul de sac. The property is set back from the beautiful...
Home Grown Experts from the North East; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE
IF you're planning to give your home a revamp, keep it hassle-free with some of the North East's most skilled and approachable experts. THERESA SPINKS Theresa Spinks has decades of experience in designing and creating bespoke staircases, tailor-made...
Homes with Something Extra
THIS substantial property is perfectly designed for wheelchair users or people with limited mobility. It includes a gym, swimming pool, jacuzzi, steam room, entertainment room with cocktail bar, cinema with 3D projector, family room, dining room,...
Hospital Trust to Fund EU Worker Rights Applications
Byline: MIKE KELLY Reporter mike.kelly@reachplc.com @MIKEJKELLY1962 ANORTH East hospitals trust has announced the new measures it will be taking to support those members of its staff who come from EU countries. The move, by Newcastle upon Tyne...
Hottest Trends in Decor All Available; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE
FIRE & CO Fire & Co takes pride in sourcing the next trendy thing in home interiors and passing them on to you - it has put the work in so you don't have to. Fire & Co will help you find stylish furniture that complements your home,...
I'm Having a Little Revival in My Old Age, It's Exciting; BAKE OFF JUDGE PRUE LEITH TALKS TO ELLA WALKER ABOUT RETURNING TO COOKERY BOOKS, AND WHY HER FREEZER IS FULL OF CAKE
Byline: ELLA WALKER PRUE LEITH had barely written a recipe in 25 years. For more than two decades, the culinary mind of the legendary Prue Leith - the woman who set up the prestigious Leiths Cookery School and London restaurant of the same name...
Independent Venue to Join Chains in Mall
Byline: COREENA FORD Business writer coreena.ford@reachplc.com @Scoopford WORK is poised to start on a new oriental restaurant and cocktail bar in Newcastle city centre ahead of an opening planned within weeks. UM International forms part of...
In My Experience, Comedians Are Slightly Wired Incorrectly. Comedian Romesh Ranganathan Talks to HANNAH STEPHENSON about His Childhood, His Mental Health and How Hitting Rock Bottom Shaped His Life
Byline: HANNAH STEPHENSON HE'S clinched his first TV sitcom, replaced Jack Whitehall as team captain on A League Of Their Own, and is working on a new stand-up tour - yet deadpan comedian Romesh Ranganathan still worries each job may be his last....
Is This the Ultimate Way to Get off Road?
Byline: STEVE HUGHES SEAT is claiming to have created the ultimate 4x4 SUV, with the X-Perience version of its Ateca model, which also heralds the introduction of a completely new specialist brand. The Ateca X-Perience is aimed at those with...
Jaguar's F-PACE Still Turns Heads Two Years On
Byline: Patrick James THE success of the Jaguar F-PACE is much documented since it arrived with not so much a bang, as an explosion a couple of years ago. Since it went on sale in April 2016 and has become the best-selling Jaguar ever, achieving...
Jeep's Going in the Right Direction with Compass
Byline: MAGGIE BARRY IHAVE a soft spot for the Jeep Compass - it was one of the first cars I was asked to evaluate - and I loved it. Sadly not everyone else agreed and Jeep stopped making the Compass for a while. Now, however, it's back on...
Landy the Trainer to Watch This Campaign; POINT TO POINT
Byline: PETER BURGON MIDDLEHAM farrier Justin Landy has established himself as the leading point-to-point trainer in the north in the last three years - and should again be the one to follow in the forthcoming season, which starts at Buckfastleigh...
Leading Light in Burger World; A Californian Road Trip Provided the Right Ingredients for Daniel Halpin to Launch His Gourmet Burger Business. Jane Hall Found out More
Byline: Jane Hall Like most people, Daniel Halpin had always enjoyed the occasional burger in a bun. But it was on a road trip to California that his relationship with the ultimate fast-food staple was to change forever. Burgers are big in...
Learn from This Death, Parents Tell Food Firms
Byline: ELEANOR BARLOW Reporter jnl.newsdesk@ncjmedia.co.uk THE parents of a 15-year-old who died after suffering an allergic reaction to a takeaway have urged businesses not to "play Russian roulette" with lives as two men were found guilty of...
Lights, Camera, Action for House
Byline: COREENA FORD Business writer coreena.ford@reachplc.com @Scoopford A luxury aparthotel has opened overlooking Newcastle Quayside at a site steeped in entertainment history. The former office block Aerial House marks the location of the...
Lust, Envy, Power and Death: A Tale for the Modern Age; MIKE KELLY on a Century-Old Opera That Has New Relevance in 2018
Byline: MIKE KELLY COULD Tosca, originally staged in 1900, be re-packaged as the 21st century's first #MeToo Opera? The thought struck during the excellent Opera North production of it at Newcastle's Theatre Royal. One of the central characters...
Mariners Look to 'Right Wrongs' as Ferriby Visit; EVO-STIK PREMIER
Byline: MARK CARRUTHERS SOUTH Shields' joint-manager Graham Fenton admitted his side want to "right the wrongs" of their defeat at North Ferriby United earlier in the season. The two sides meet at Mariners Park today in the first qualifying round...
Marts
HEXHAM October 24 Breeding Cattle Hexham & Northern Marts held its annual special prize show and sale of beef breeding cattle and offered for sale 284 outfits including the usual good entry of heifers and calves from noted local producers, in-calf...
Mitrovic Left Tyneside for a Taste of the Quiet Life
Byline: CHRIS WAUGH ALEKSANDAR Mitrovic admits he found life "really hard" on Tyneside - because he had "no chance" to switch off from Newcastle United due to the passion of the supporters. The 24-year-old left the Magpies for Premier League...
MP Calls for Probe into Sports Direct
Byline: JONATHAN WALKER Political Editor jon.walker@reachplc.com NEWCASTLE MP Chi Onwurah continues to pile pressure on Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley as she called for an inquiry into the way staff are treated at his Sports Direct retail chain....
New Corsa Celebrates History
Byline: STEVE HUGHES VAUXHALL is introducing a highly-specified version of its Corsa that boasts many of the features more normally associated with premium executive models. The newcomer takes the name of Corsa Griffin, after the Vauxhall emblem...
New Homes Cannot Be Built till Junctions Are Upgraded
Byline: DANIEL HOLLAND Local democracy reporter daniel.holland@ncjmedia.co.uk THOUSANDS of new homes earmarked for the west of Newcastle are stuck in development limbo while council bosses wait for the cash needed for major road upgrades. Massive...
Off-Roader Leaves Rivals Behind
Byline: JON SMITH AT a glance the latest Subaru XV looks much like a host of other crossovers - tall, quite trendy with a bit of body armour around the edges and chunky enough to proclaim that it can venture at least a little way into the undergrowth....
OLD FIRM TO END THE WAIT; Gers, Celts Set for First Final Clash since 2011
Byline: mr fixit pauljain@mrfixitstips IT'S been eight seasons since an Old Firm cup final but we could get one in December. Celtic and Rangers were kept apart when the Betfred Cup semi-final draw was made and both are favourites to progress...
Old Must Be Sold to Bring in New Blood; Cats Keen to Keep Their Young Talent
Byline: JAMES HUNTER Sunderland writer james.hunter@reachplc.com SUNDERLAND will have to sell players in January before they can strengthen - despite the departures of Didier Ndong and Papy Djilobodji in recent weeks. Jack Ross had said last...
One-Stop Access for Your Family's Dentistry Needs
INDENTAL Practice has been delivering dental care for over 30 years and is a purpose-built dental facility in Fewster Square in Gateshead. Owned by Dr Shiv Pabary, MBE, InDental provides an excellent range of both private and NHS dental services...
Our Fear of Spiders Outweighs Burglar Concerns, Says Survey
MORE Britons fear finding a spider or rat in their home than discovering an intruder, according to a survey from home interior specialists www.Hillarys.co.uk, with some even avoiding their attics, sheds or basements completely due to a fear of creepy-crawlies....
People in the PS320million on HALLOWEEN
Byline: ALICE CACHIA WITH Halloween just a few days away, here are a few spooky stats to get you feeling ready for October 31st. You might have thought that witches were a thing of storybooks and horror films, but data from the most recent census...
PHOENIX ON THE RISE TWO; Hills' Juvenile Can Wing It in Vertem Futurity at Doncaster Rascal Poised to Come Good
Byline: GARRY OWEN PHOENIX OF SPAIN (4.05) can enhance his growing reputation in the Vertem Futurity Trophy at Doncaster. Charlie Hills' colt has already shown some smart form and built on an eye-catching debut at Sandown by landing his TURN...
Plan to Cut Waste Costs by Recycling Less Mooted
Byline: DANIEL HOLLAND Local Democracy Reporter daniel.holland@reachplc.com RESIDENTS could be told to recycle fewer items in future after costing council bosses PS500,000 by putting the wrong kind of rubbish in their bins. Newcastle City Council...
Pound Notes
CONTACTLESS PAYMENTS IN STORES 'MORE POPULAR THAN CHIP AND PIN' CONTACTLESS payments are now more popular than chip and pin card payments when people pay in UK stores, according to a major payments processing company. Payments technology company...
Pulis Backs 'Professional' Lamps to Make It to Top
TONY Pulis believes Frank Lampard possesses the drive to become one of the game's top managers. Middlesbrough manager Pulis is plotting the downfall of Derby boss Lampard ahead of today's meeting at the Riverside Stadium. County are just two...
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WASHINGTON STOVE AND FIREPLACE CENTRE With one of the widest range of surrounds, stoves, electric and gas fires in the North East, Washington Stove and Fireplace Centre produces all of its own limestone and marble surrounds. It has wood-burning...
Raise a Glass
Byline: WITH JANE CLARE I APOLOGISE in advance for my first use of the C-word this year. Yes, that's right, Christmas. It normally peeps from my keyboard in mid-November and I know we're only edging towards the end of October, but I celebrated...
Returning Players a Boost for Spartans; NATIONAL NORTH
Byline: JEFF BOWRON BLYTH SPARTANS are boosted by the return of Nathan Buddle and Kieran Green for their basement six-pointer at Southport. Bottom club Southport will draw level on points with Blyth if they win for the first time at Haig Avenue...
Reviews
FICTION TIRZAH AND THE PRINCE OF CROWS by Deborah Kay Davies Oneworld, hardback PS12.99, ebook PS6.62. HHHH H IN AN isolated valley in Wales during the 1970s, 16-year-old Tirzah feels stifled by her intensely religious family. She struggles to understand...
Room to Grow ATWEST Park; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE
TAYLOR Wimpey North East is encouraging growing families and upsizers alike to take a trip to its scenic West Park development in West Monkseaton, where there are a number of spacious, detached properties available. House hunters will now be able...
Ross' Settled Squad Is Now Making Very Powerful Case for the Defence; THE PREVIEW: Sunderland V Southend United 3.00 Today, Stadium of Light
Byline: STUART RAYNER Football writer stuart.rayner@reachplc.com @sturayner SUNDERLAND have kept the same back four for the last three League One matches - and have only conceded once. Reece James has played the last four matches, Adam Matthews...
SAY GRACIA TO WIN BONUS; Watford Back on Track and Can Tame Terriers
WATFORD returned to winning ways last week at Wolves and can make further progress against Huddersfield today. Javi Gracia's side were flying high after four successive wins at the start of the season but followed that with three defeats in four....
Scotland's Big Four All Set for Semis Clashes; Bookies View
Byline: Charlie McCann FOUR of Scottish football's heavyweights do battle in the League Cup semis tomorrow. Celtic travel to Edinburgh to play leaders Hearts fresh from scoring 10 goals in two matches in the Premiership. The Jambos have been...
Search on as War Hero's Medals Found in Skip
Byline: HANNAH GRAHAM Reporter hannah.graham@reachplc.com ASEARCH is on after a WW2 hero's medals were found dumped in a skip. Chris Low, depot supervisor at NWH Waste Services in North Shields, spotted the impressive haul as he searched through...
Sharp Rise in Farm Land on the Public Market
Byline: GRAEME WHITFIELD Business editor graeme.whitfield@reachplc.com @graemewhitfield THE amount of land being publicly marketed in the North East has risen sharply in the North East, figures show. The Farmland Database put together by land...
Showing off the Best of Moorfields; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE
BELLWAY'S Moorfields development sandwiched between Killingworth and the Gosforth Park is fast becoming an established residential location and one of Bellway's busiest developments. Celebrating the success of Moorfields, Bellway has created a show...
Sport on Tv
TODAY FOOTBALL: Premier League, Leicester v West Ham - BT Sport 1 1700; Championship, Middlesbrough v Derby - Sky Sports Main Event 1200, Leeds v Nottingham Forest - Sky Sports Main Event 1715; Bundesliga, Hoffenheim v Stuttgart - BT Sport 2 1715....
Still a Lot More to Come from Me, Insists Hamilton; FORMULA ONE
LEWIS Hamilton says his imminent fifth world championship is only the beginning as he declared: "I still have plenty more to do." The 33-year-old Mercedes star will embark on his second attempt at winning the Formula One title this weekend, a seventh-place...
Stokes Now Appreciates His 'Luck' in Being Key Part of England Set-Up; THE MATCH: Sri Lanka V England International Twenty20 Match
BEN Stokes realises how lucky he is to play for England after a year which saw his career interrupted by off-field drama. It is 13 months since the Durham all-rounder was arrested after a late-night incident in Bristol and two months since he was...
Strange Findings on a Beach with Blood-Red Pools
Byline: TONY HENDERSON ENVIRONMENT PICKING his way along what was one of the most polluted beaches in the North East, Roger Coulam's thoughts turned to the archaeologists of the future. In fact, so other-worldly was the beach that it was used...
Students Dig in over Fee Rises
Byline: KALI LINDSAY Reporter kali.lindsay@reachplc.com ARMED with placards and drums, hundreds of students gathered to protest against Durham University's plans to increase accommodation fees by 3.38%. The institution came under fire after it...
Talent Given Its Chance to Shine in Cup Meeting
RYAN Burrows captains New castle Falcons tomorrow as they begin their Premiership Rugby Cup campaign at home to Ex eter Chiefs. The back-rower started in last weekend's Heineken Champions Cup victory over Montpellier and leads a side which showcases...
That New Car Might Come with Costly Hidden Extras
Byline: JAMES WALKER YOUR CONSUMER RIGHTS CHAMPION HAVE you noticed how many people seem to be driving super expensive cars these days? Do you find yourself glancing over at the lights wondering how on earth they paid for them? The short answer...
The Fit Factor
Byline: David Fairlamb IN 2015, This Girl Can was launched, a celebration of active women who are doing their thing, no matter how well they do it, how they look or even how red their face gets! Research had revealed a huge difference in the...
The Man Who Could Have Been a Sunderland Legend
Byline: Mike Kelly APLAY about legendary manager Brian Clough is coming to Sunderland - the city where his playing career ended prematurely. On Boxing Day 1962 Clough - a prolific striker - suffered a serious knee injury in a game against Bury...
They Said What?
"A very big part of the anger we see today in our society is caused by the purposely false and inaccurate reporting" - US President Donald Trump. "The trans community is being relentlessly attacked by this president. The leader of our nation has...
Thumbs Up for Mazda Revamp
Byline: ROBIN ROBERTS HE Mazda6 has undergone a transformation this year. TAnnounced in July, the new Mazda6 series is radically different and upgraded to the previous generation both outside and in, and the emphasis has been to ramp up driving...
Toon Scheme to Halt Future Crime
Byline: SOPHIE DOUGHTY Crime reporter sophie.doughty@reachplc.com POLICE and coaches have teamed up in a bid to stop the criminals of the future in their tracks and ensure the vulnerable don't slip into a life of crime. Northumbria Police has joined...
Top-Eight Is Still the Target - but for Now It Is All about Safety; THE PREVIEW: Southampton V Newcastle United 3.00 Today, St Mary's Stadium
Byline: CHRIS WAUGH Newcastle United writer chris.waugh@reachplc.com @CHRISDHWAUGH RAFA Benitez still believes he can turn Newcastle United into a top-eight club if he is given sufficient backing - but accepts the immediate "reality" is the Magpies...
Treasure Trove with Wings of Desire; If Living among Trees Is Your Thing, This Stunning Home Is Right Up Your Street, Says ANNE SOUTHBY
Byline: ANNE SOUTHBY OU don't get much closer to nature than this five-bedroom property. y. The Thruff - which has as its focal point a 400-plus year old windmill - sits in a picture postcard perfect 1.23 acre plot. Located within Dipton Mill,...
Uni Team Pin Down Effects of Climate Change on Crop Yields
Byline: TONY HENDERSON Reporter jlnews@ncjmedia.co.uk THE impact of climate change on crops are being studied by a Tyneside-led team which created warm and wet weather "test bed" conditions. The study, led by Dr Darren Evans, Reader in Ecology...
United Will Be a Threat, Warns Saints' Boss Hughes
MARK Hughes has warned his Southampton players Newcastle United are better than their league position suggests. United slumped to the bottom of the Premier League with a defeat to Brighton last weekend and there's an air of despondency around Tyneside...
Unrivalled Talents on All Our Doorsteps; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE
THE region is second to none when it comes to trusty and reliable traders. Here are a few of the best... TEAM VALLEY CARPETS The Team Valley Carpets team offers great products, expert advice and competitive prices on carpets and flooring. The...
Walk of Poppies Brings Community Together
Byline: DARREN KELSO Print Content Editor darren.kelso@reachplc.com @KelsoDarren AT this time of year children at a local activities club would normally have been busy making decorations for Halloween or Christmas. But this year, they decided...
Wear Old Boy Turner Won't Do the Club Any Favours
Byline: CRAIG JOHNS Football writer craig.johns@reachplc.com FORMER Sunderland defender Michael Turner is relishing his return to the Stadium of Light today with Southend - but warns he will be doing his previous employers no favours. While Turner...
Weekend Diary
FOOTBALL: PREMIER LEAGUE (1500 UNLESS STATED): Brighton v Wolves. Fulham v Bournemouth. Leicester v West Ham (1730,). Liverpool v Cardiff. Southampton v Newcastle. Watford v Huddersfield. SKY BET CHAMPIONSHIP: Birmingham v Sheff Wed. Bolton v Hull....
We Will Continue to Be Ambitious and Bold to Develop City
Byline: Adrian Waddell HERE at NE1 Ltd, the city's business improvement district company (BID) for Newcastle city centre, we have a history of setting and breaking records. From being the largest BID company when we were first established in 2009...
Whitlock in an Impressive Start to World Title Defence; GYMNASTICS
MAX Whitlock returned to his imperious best in Doha with a pommel performance which suggested an unprecedented third consecutive world title is within his grasp. Whitlock comfortably outstripped his major rivals in qualifying, including Ireland's...
Why Newcastle Is Offering Such Great Value to Buyers
NEARLY two in every five homes on the market have had their original asking price cut - with Newcastle among the areas with the biggest price drop - according to new research. Analysis by property website Zoopla has found the average reduction stands...
You Can Always Go Downtown; Rejuvenate Your Home with These Characterful Designs, Says Claire Hornby
Byline: Claire Hornby Transform your home into a New York haven you've always dreamed of this autumn with these stylish homewares and accessories from 'Downtown', the latest trend by Barker and Stonehouse. With a focus on chic urban style, this...
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