Tamworth Herald staff have been shedding their inhibitions to pose naked for a charity calendar.
Sadly, none of the editorial staff were brave enough to join in though – it is made up of snaps of the motors sales team, who were photographed by a suitably embarrassed staff photographer, Paul Kyte.
City newsagents closed in Edinburgh as a mark of respect for Scotsman Publications’ retail sales executive Douglas Armstrong, who died earlier this month.
During his 24-year career, he worked for the Evening News, The Scotsman and Scotland On Sunday, and died after a brief illness, aged 52.
The Coventry Evening Telegraph is hoping to banish the winter blues by launching a supplement full of good news.
It is asking readers to tell them about their happy moments, anniversaries, kids’ birthday parties or coming of age celebrations.
An elderly lady who lost £1,000 she had in a white envelope has been enjoying some charitable handouts – thanks to the Jersey Evening Post.
The women had withdrawn the cash from the bank to buy a wedding present and some Christmas gifts and readers are helping her, with a £150 donation being handed over to start the ball rolling.
Plymouth Evening Herald education correspondent Stuart Abel dropped in on a children’s news agency to give them some tips on how to cover the news.
The Education Express projects sees youngsters working four hours on Saturdays as they work towards getting material published in the Herald.
Exeter Express & Echo picture editor James Millar chose the winners of the annual Exmouth Camera Club Competition.
He said: “The entries this year were particularly strong – picking a winner in each category was difficult.”
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