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Former Cumberland News journalist John Aglionby is to visit Carlisle tomorrow to talk about his experiences in South-East Asia after the tsunami struck on Boxing Day. Now a correspondent for The Guardian, he will be giving a talk at a

Editor Gledhill set for vice presidency role

Bath Chronicle editor David Gledhill is set to become the next vice president of the Society of Editors. He will be unanimously nominated by the board at the AGM during next month’s conference in Newcastle, and if the nomination is

Growing focus on learning prompts new idea from News

The Cumberland News has launched a new monthly education supplement which aims to tap into a growing focus on the importance of education in Cumbria. The first issue of learning, a 32-page magazine-style publication, has been unveiled to readers this

Newsman set for sheriff role

Robin Burgess, the chief executive of newspaper publisher the CN Group, has been selected as a future High Sheriff of Cumbria. The 52-year-old will take up the ceremonial post in March 2006 after becoming the latest addition to a list

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