Chief sports writer Tony Garnett has retired from the East Anglian Daily Times after 46 years working for owners Archant. Tony has covered Ipswich Town for the past 42 years, during which time at various stages he has been sports
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Representatives from the Press Complaints Commission were among delegates and observers from 16 countries who attended the fifth annual gathering of the Alliance of Independent Press Councils hosted by the Swedish Press Ombudsman in Stockholm. The Alliance was established in
Westmorland Gazette Newspapers marked a new phase in its 185-year history when it moved into new premises in the heart of Kendal. Around 80 staff have transferred to the brand-new four-storey home at 1, Wainwright’s Yard, built as part of
Newcastle Evening Chronicle’s Chron’ll Fix It!, in association with Barclays, is back this autumn with £50,000 to give away to local community groups.For a six-week period, readers will be able to collect tokens for their chosen project. At the end
A newspaper editor is denying he broke a gentlemen’s agreement to bring an exclusive update on a running story to the people of Rugby. Rugby Observer editor Chris Smith is a member of the Town Centre Company, and sits in
Selby Post reporter Andy Germaine was today due to officially open a new adult fun shop in the town – right next door to rival newspaper the Selby Times. The store, called “Good Vibrations”, which sells lingerie and sex toys,
Jason Gibbins is to become the new editor of the Daventry Express. Currently deputy editor of the Buckingham Advertiser and Review Group, Jason (pictured) will join the Express on November 17, succeeding David Granger who is leaving to work in
The Evening Press backed a winner when it sponsored a fun-packed family race meeting at York Racecourse. More than 21,000 people turned out for the Evening Press Sunday Race Day, when hen parties, birthday groups and families mingled with racing
Long-serving sports editor Ray Tucker has retired after 34 years with the Spalding Guardian and Lincolnshire Free Press. Colleagues past and present, together with Ray’s family, gathered to mark the occasion at a party at The Woodlands Hotel in Spalding.
For 13 years, Mark Roach reported on non-league football, covering games for local weeklies such as the Maidenhead Advertiser, Slough Observer and Grantham Journal. Many readers followed the teams’ exploits through their local paper but the average attendance was usually
A Manchester Evening News investigation has led to the suspension of a police chief accused of removing evidence during a murder investigation. The newspaper has told that despite being the subject of criminal inquiry – and an unrelated internal investigation
A page three apology in the Grimsby Evening Telegraph has failed to win over Grimsby Town FC – and the paper’s football writer is still banned from Boundary Park. The paper made the first move to improve relations between the
Daily Star editor Peter Hill has joined the Press Complaints Commission as an editorial member, replacing Neil Wallis, former editor of The Sunday People.Before joining the Daily Star in 1978, Peter had worked at several other national and regional newspapers,
Production editor Jayne Thomas has returned from a study trip across the Atlantic with an insight into the way North American newspapers treat the news. Jayne, who works at the Neath and Port Talbot Courier, visited a clutch of newspapers
Former Leicestershire journalist Leslie Wilkes has died after a long illness. During a lengthy career he worked for the Leicester Mercury, first as its motoring correspondent and then features editor. In 1961 he became editor of the Leicestershire Advertiser, where