Trinity Mirror strengthens its ‘Chronicle’ brand in North Wales
June 2008 News
Committee voices concern at “consolidation” of newspaper ownership
Trinity Mirror is latest company to voice worries over £68m website project
Sir William Lyons Award gears up for next generation of Hammonds, Mays and Clarksons
Hundreds of readers back Nuneaton weekly’s campaign against council planning move
Sports-mad reporter and ‘quirky character’ cycled his way through career
Chief reporter gets final thoughts of family as they depart America for Nottinghamshire
Starting a fitness programme is always daunting. But even though it is even tougher with the demands of a small baby, the advice is to make time for fitness after pregnancy. The first stop for fitness advice is the midwife
More and more people are taking to the fresh countryside air and getting out camping. There’s much more on offer than cold baked beans, collapsed tents and rain, rain, rain. Special holiday deals mean that it’s even possible to go
As a journalist there’s a good chance you will have been to interview a recently bereaved reader after a road smash or some other tragedy. It’s never easy and nothing can prepare you for your first “death knock”. But what
England’s Listed Buildings are immortalised online at: imagesofengland.org.uk. Check out the ones in your region.
Sites will provide additional outlet for papers’ web video content
Northern Echo confirms plans to shed five jobs and create two editions as union members meet
Review of last summer’s floods praises local media but says lessons can be learned
Trinity receives top carbon reduction accolade, NUJ chief heads to Glastonbury, and more journalism news in brief.