NIALL Quinn wrote in his autobiography nine years ago: “I learned my trade at Arsenal, became a footballer at Manchester City, but Sunderland got under my skin.
STEVEN Taylor has likened the behind-the-scenes mess at Newcastle United to the reality TV series ‘Big Brother’ – and called for Alan Shearer to be appointed to restore respectability at St James’s Park.
FOR heaven’s sake, will we ever see white smoke from the chimney at the club?
BIG Brother – in the form of Alan Shearer – is watching over Newcastle’s players, and the manager’s spies are having the desired effect.
Sometimes the press forgets that the games are the show, not them.
WAGS and followers of fashion stepped out in style last night to welcome the first standalone designer shop in the North-East.
FLYTIPPERS and litter louts have been warned – Big Brother is watching you.
BB Coffee and Muffins enjoys a prominent location within Eldon Square, Newcastle.
PUB customers foiled an attempted armed robbery after a man threatened to shoot staff.
PUB customers chased and caught an armed robber as he tried to steal a safe from a Gateshead pub last night.
Better news from retailers fails to lift London market; DIY chain Homebase sees sales of seasonal items drop; Chocolate retailer Thorntons says turnaround still has some way to go; ITV ditches quiz strand after profits nosedive.
BIG Brother’s North-East finalist Liam McGough was reunited with his father Joe and brother Dominic in London this weekend – and was told off for swearing on television.
AFTER spending more than two months in the Big Brother house, North-East tree surgeon Liam McGough finished third in the television reality show last night.
A LAS Vegas-style event held in a Northumberland village in memory of a young woman who died from cancer has raised £15,000.
FURIOUS farmer Nigel Dudgeon thought local troublemakers had been at work when roadside signs for his rural business were obliterated with black paint.
Big Brother contestant Billi last night became the third person to be booted out of the reality show.
It's a grey, wet and clammy June afternoon.
Big Brother favourite Liam McGough's popularity has soared even higher after he revealed he will spend £100,000 he won on the show on his family.
I presume you would have something pithy to say if The Journal you are reading at this precise moment was reprinted on Monday with the pallid excuse that it gave you "another chance to read" the issue.
North-East Big Brother hopeful Liam McGough last night scooped £100,000 on the show - without doing a thing.