Scotsman.com has been nominated for a brace of European online journalism awards.
Its coverage of the Scottish election is in the running for Best Overall Journalism Service at the NetMedia Awards – a title Holdthefrontpage won last year – and Stewart Kirkpatrick has been shortlisted for Internet Journalist of the Year.
Matlock Mercury deputy editor Helen Taylor had a proposal to remember when boyfriend Damian Durrant got down on one knee at the Chatsworth Opera Prom.
Crowds enjoying the sunshine at the open air event cheered and clapped when they heard of their engagement.
The South Wales Evening Post is courting readers in the Morriston area by holding a regular reporters’ surgery.
Editor Spencer Feeney believes the move – to make news staff more accessible – will help the paper tackle key issues in the town.
The Journalism Department at City University, London, is offering a new doctorate in journalism.
It is aimed at “mid career” journalists who already have a collection of work behind them and who want to embark on research.
Rare Guinness posters designed by a former Newcastle Chronicle cartoonist are due to go under the hammer at auction this week.
Huge interest is expected in the work of Tyneside artist John Gilroy at tomorrow’s sale.
A car crime crackdown backed by the Portsmouth News has been hailed a major success by the police.
Operation Cobra, which has been featured in a number of front page leads and inside features, has slashed car crime by a third in its first month.
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