MEN Media’s internet production head sets up own company, Archant London launches new green awards – and more news in brief
June 2008 News
Belfast Telegraph scraps agreement with independent newsagents
It’s a David and Goliath tale at 17th annual celebration of North-West journalism
What’s an e-citizen course? Why not try one out at www.e-citizen.gov.uk.
Busy Britons are increasingly relying on hired help. Rather doing simple chores like ironing, cooking and walking the dog, people would rather reach for the phone and ‘get someone in’. Is there nothing we can’t get done for us these
Chief executive denies speculation on Malaysian takeover
Berwick title marks bicetenary by honouring local people
Liverpool fan David steps up from content role.
Production of evening paper could be outsourced to local rival
NS-commissioned website will enable advertisers to tailor message to local communities
NCTJ panel accredits fast-track and MA courses
Ron Knowles spent 16 years in regional press and led first unofficial chapel pay strike
More companies are said to be waking up to the benefits of letting staff work from home and other remote locations and they rarely need to set foot in the office. Is this good for work-life balance but bad for
Henley Standard apologises over pic, missing girl abduction claim clarified – and more resolved cases from the PCC
Male nurse complains over inaccurate court report, Boris Johnson photo apology – and more cases from the PCC