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Nigel Pickover

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Evening Star in morning edition 'first'

The Ipswich Evening Star turned into a morning newspaper called the Christmas Star, for one day only on Christmas Eve. For the first time in its 120-year history, the evening title produced an overnight edition very early on December 24

Give Gerry Kreibich a nice Christmas surprise

Thanks to HoldTheFrontPage, I now have enough responses for a highly entertaining ‘recollections chapter’ of my new book.

Red's ahead in the syndication game

Regional news man Red Williams is helping boost income for publisher Archant – and making himself some new friends among the editorial staff too. He’s been put in charge of Archant’s syndication service, which touts the company’s very best stories

Press ball is a spellbinding success

A spellbinding press ball organised by the Evening Star in Ipswich has raised a massive £31,000 for Suffolk charity Disability Care Enterprise. More than 300 guests gathered for the event at the Hotel Elizabeth in Copdock, which this year had

Move to bring publishing departments closer together

Editor Nigel Pickover has taken charge of two new projects to bring newspaper departments closer together. He will look at how best to retain and boost the circulation of Archant’s newspapers – particularly its four dailies – the Evening Star,

News in brief

Western Morning News reporter Neil Young got a passenger’s eye view of rallying as he joined Subaru driver Steve Furzeland for a gentle spin in the Westcountry Regency Stages Rally.Afterwards he said: “I can see why people find rally car

New Year changes to Star news team

The Evening Star in Ipswich has seen in the New Year with a new look to its senior team. A trio of appointments has been made to strengthen the Archant title’s content-gathering operation. Acting deputy news editor Martin Davey is

Paper played pivotal role in murder hunt

The Evening Star in Ipswich has revealed how it played a pivotal role in capturing the killers of a local barmaid. In December 2000 38-year-old Janet Fleming was murdered during a robbery at the pub where she worked. In a

Publisher launches learning resource

Archant Suffolk has launched a new website designed as a learning resource for thousands of school pupils across Suffolk. Eduzone, produced by the publishers of the Evening Star, Ipswich, and the East Anglian Daily Times, is an interactive website aimed

News in brief

One of the longest-serving employees at Aberdeen Journals has signed off, taking his last shift in the press room 47 years after joining the firm.Paul Shand, (62), began as a 15-year-old newsroom ‘runner’, served an apprenticeship to become a process

Star man gets red card over Town revelation

The Ipswich Star was banned from a press conference – and had its reporter thrown out – because the paper had sourced Ipswich Town FC’s annual accounts before they were published by the club. The accounts were uncovered by the

Presses roll at Ipswich

The presses have started rolling on a new £1.5m press extension at the Evening Star, Ipswich. The facility was opened by the Mayor of Ipswich who also unveiled a gold plaque to mark the installation of the new unit. The

Two editors tell the Queen of papers' role

Evening Star editor Nigel Pickover and Eastern Daily Press editor Peter Franzen both met the Queen on her visit to East Suffolk and talked her through the production process of the newspapers. She watched early editions of the Evening Star

He knows the meaning of success… like Thunderball

More than £40,000 has been raised by the Evening Star, Ipswich, at its annual Press Ball. The gigantic fund raising effort – this year renamed Thunder Ball to reflect its special James Bond theme – raised double the amount that

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