The Fourth National Newsplan Conference will take place on Tuesday April 9 at the British Library.
The Newsplan 2000 Project was formed to take forward the Heritage Lottery Fund award of £5m for microfilming fragile and unique local newspapers from around the UK.
The chance of new families for 18 children has moved closer following an appeal through the Gloucester Citizen.
The county social services team is looking for people to adopt children aged five and over and for groups of brothers and sisters.
Nine inquiries have been made from potential adopters and interviews are now taking place.
Projects to help disadvantaged groups are to benefit from the Gloucester Citizen’s computer appeal.
A project for the homeless, street children in Africa and a range of charities closer to home have been handed unwanted Pentium computers after an appeal in the paper.
A community correspondent for the South Wales Argus will be stepping aside from her duties for a year as she travels abroad before beginning university.
Nineteen-year-old Alison Neighbour has won a placement at L’Arche community in Boston, Massachusetts, which cares for people with mental and physical disabilities.
The man who runs a free weekly the Felixtowe Flyer was back in business this week after being cleared of murder.
Adrian Bradshaw, (27), was cleared of killing 17-year-old Vicky Hall by a crown court jury two months ago. He had spent 11 months in prison on remand.
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