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The South Wales Evening Post won the right to name a teenager who murdered a 76-year-old woman after its reporter David O’Callaghan wrote a letter to Mr Justice Pitchford at Swansea Crown Court.The letter said the section 39 order which

Journalist's 24 hours in the airport is 'terminal boredom'

Daily Record journalist Brian Mciver found that life in an airport was “terminal boredom” as he swapped the newsroom for the departure lounge for 24 hours. Inspired by the new movie, The Terminal, starring Tom Hanks, Brian checked into Edinburgh

Journalists launch guide to reporting sensitive issues

A new guide on the reporting of mental health and suicide has been launched by the National Union of Journalists in Scotland. Written for journalists by journalists, the guide has been developed with the support of the Scottish Executive’s National

Tributes paid to editor killed in climbing accident

Tributes have been paid to regional newspaper editor Trevor Walls, who fell to his death during a solo mountain hike. Trevor, who had edited weekly newspaper The Glaswegian for almost two years, fell while climbing Buachaille Etive Mor in Glencoe.

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Four care home workers lost their jobs after an investigation into the industry was published in the Daily Record.An undercover reporter, posing as a care assistant, secretly filmed the workers subjecting helpless elderly residents to psychological and verbal abuse. The

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Former Daily Record sports editor Jack Adams has died, aged 66.He died on holiday on the Greek Island of Kos and Ranger legend John Greig paid tribute, saying: “He was always on the go breaking stories and was a man

Scottish titles team up for recruitment

A new recruitment website powered by some of Scotland’s biggest newspaper titles has gone online. will enable thousands of users to find their dream job at the click of a mouse. The new site will feature a wide range

New launch sees East Kilbride get its second weekly

The first issue of the East Kilbride Mail has hit the streets – just three weeks after staff set to work on the new title. The paid-for weekly, which will rival Trinity Mirror’s East Kilbride News, is set to be

Football's Ally behind Scots newspaper launch

A new weekly newspaper is due to hit the streets of East Kilbride next month, with the backing of two well-known Scottish newspapermen – and football star-turned-TV soccer pundit Ally McCoist. The East Kilbride Mail is the brainchild of Steve

Weekly paper's journalists meet up for reunion

Former staff from the Falkirk Herald have been reunited at an event which raised more than £1,300 for charity. Journalists, editors and publishers who had worked at the newspaper over the past 50 years met up for a reunion at

Editor appointed at Newcastle Journal

Brian Aitken is to be the new editor of The Journal in Newcastle. The 43-year old father-of-four will join the paper after leaving his current position as editorial development manager for Trinity Mirror Regionals. He has previously held senior positions

Scottish title gets its first MD

Pauline McCart has become the first managing director of the Wee County News. She has previously held senior positions at the Daily Record, Business a.m. and Galloway Gazette, and has been with Forth Independent Newspapers, which owns the County News,

PA appoints head of features

Former Daily Record journalist Mandy Appleyard is to join the Press Association as head of features. In the newly-created role Mandy will be responsible for developing feature content across all the editorial marketsserved by PA, including national and regional newspapers,

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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

News values travel well, says globetrotting editor

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

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