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Forth Independent buys East Kilbride Mail

Forth Independent Newspapers Ltd, publishers of the Wee County News, has bought the East Kilbride Mail for an undisclosed sum. The free weekly was launched a year ago by businessmen Steve McLaughlin, former circulation director of the Daily Record, and

Cancer claims former Courant, Courier and P&J man

Retired Elgin journalist Stewart McPherson, who spent most of his professional life in America, has died in the town’s hospital aged 67, after a three-year battle against cancer. He started his career as a trainee reporter on the former Elgin

Argus editor resigns

The editor of The Argus in Brighton has quit his post. Simon Bradshaw had been in the job for six years and was editor-in-chief of Newsquest Sussex. Managing director Martyn Willis said in a memo to staff: “I would like

Scots scoop leaves local ahead of the field

The Evening Express in Aberdeen has left Scotland’s national newspapers trailing in its wake. The paper ran an exclusive story revealing that three men had been arrested on firearms charges after a security threat to the Scottish Parliament. Its team

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New Sunday Herald editor Richard Walker is to be assisted by two deputies.They are David Dick, currently sports editor, and David Milne, currently news editor. The decision follows the departure of Australia bound former editor, Andrew Jaspan. A 24-hour experiment

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Roy Jeans, managing director of Magna UK, will be the Master of Ceremonies at the Newspaper Society’s Advertising, Marketing and Digital Media Awards on October 14 at The Midland Hotel, Manchester. The annual awards are designed to showcase the best

New editor appointed to Cambridge Evening News

A journalist who has worked on regional newspapers in England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales has been named as the new editor at the Cambridge Evening News. Murray Morse, who is deputy editor at The Chronicle, Newcastle, starts his new

New Sunday Herald editor named

Sunday Herald deputy editor Richard Walker is to succeed Andrew Jaspan as editor of the Glasgow-based newspaper. The 49-year-old, who has been at the paper since it launched in 1999, will take over in October when Andrew leaves to take

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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. scotcareers.co.uk will enable thousands of users to find their dream job at the click of a mouse. The new site will feature a wide range

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