Time at newspaper described as ‘best training I ever got’
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Reporter met future wife in newsroom
Duo among first group to receive help with journalism training
97 achieve senior status in topical March NCE
Number of trainees entering exam up 35pc in 2009
Highest entry for two years expected to drop
Just under half passed the latest batch of senior exams
Lunch to mark success of diversity fund
Congleton Chronicle joins the fold
“Excellent individual answers on many papers,” say the examiners – see if you know anyone who passed
The following candidates, listed under the centre at which they sat the examination, have now gained the National Certificate: BOURNEMOUTH Samantha Chapman Aldershot News Gary Cleland Newbury Weekly News Matthew Dickinson The News, Portsmouth Huw Griffith Dorset Echo Lisa-Marie Harrity
The Congleton Chronicle was able to tell the mother of a man feared dead following the Boxing Day tsunami that her son was safe. When details of her search were published in the paper, a friend of a friend got
The Human Rights Act has helped improve openness in one local council at least. The leader of Congleton Borough Council has been investigated for breaking the local government codes of conduct. A report was drawn up by an independent investigator.
The Congleton Chronicle is once again pushing back the boundaries of journalism in its pages. The most recent example of staff working hard to bring their readers all the local news involved a one-act play competition organised by local thespians.
Congleton Chronicle reporter Sue Dickens got an unexpected scoop when she went to a debate on the result of an investigation into the leader of a local council. Coun Linda Short, the leader of Congleton Borough Council, had been independently