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What we have written about Skegness Standard
Writer enjoys an “unforgettable experience” as she swaps the newsroom for the Big Top
Ship’s rare visit to east coast leads to journalist’s meeting with captain
Becky left the newsroom behind in aid of the Talking Newspaper for the Blind
Journalist let lifeboat crews put him out to sea with just a rubber ring and lifejacket for company
A weekly newspaper team became part of the news this week when their offices were evacuated in a contamination scare just hours before their deadline. The Skegness Standard offices, along with other shops and commercial premises in the town centre,
The Evesham Journal’s St Richard’s New Hospice Appeal has received more than £1,600 in just two weeks.The paper has set a target of £25,000 to contribute towards the £5.25m needed for the state of the art development. The University of
Eight computers, worth around £12,000 in total, were stolen from the Kent and Sussex Courier offices after a break-in.Police were alerted at around 1.40am but found nothing suspicious and left. When a member of staff arrived again at 2am it
A weekly newspaper has paid out a reward offered for photographic evidence of a mysterious “big cat” seen on several occasions. In a rare move for a newspaper, the Skegness Standard actually handed over reward cash to readers Sandy and
Daily Star editor Peter Hill has joined the Press Complaints Commission as an editorial member, replacing Neil Wallis, former editor of The Sunday People.Before joining the Daily Star in 1978, Peter had worked at several other national and regional newspapers,
Lincolnshire Newspapers this week unveiled a new look for all its paid-for titles. New mastheads have been introduced across the portfolio – part of Johnston Press – to strengthen each title’s brand identity. The new-look papers also share a tightly-knit
We do like to be beside the seaside… or do we? These days, most of us are more likely to hop on a budget flight to a foreign clime than consider the coast of our own island for a holiday.
Skegness has been revealed as the victim of a hatchet attack – in the local paper where many of its visitors come from. The Nottingham Evening Post’s Mhairi McFarlane was responsible for the “crime”, published in the paper’s weekend supplement.
As the “silly season” gets into full swing, readers of four Lincolnshire weekly papers are being kept up-to-date with the latest sightings of the infamous Wolds panther. They are leading the search for hard evidence of the local “beast” that
Cat lovers – and cat loathers – could be out in force this week in search of the infamous Wolds panther. The Skegness Standard has issued a £100 reader reward for any genuine filmed or photographic evidence of the elusive