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Johnston plans to buy RIM in £560m deal

Johnston Press is planning to buy Regional Independent Media for £560m. Johnston, the UK’s fourth-largest regional newspaper group, is launching a £220m rights issue of shares in connection with the deal. The deal is agreed and has already been approved

Lockwood launch imminent

The Dewsbury & District Press is due to hit the streets shortly in an operation designed to offer keen competition to existing local titles. It is being set up by former Dewsbury Reporter and Lancaster Guardian editor Danny Lockwood. From

Stay safe in cyberspace

A website that provides support and advice for bullied children has launched a new section to help them stay safe in cyberspace. The Internet safety section is part of www.bullying.co.uk, run by Liz Carnell, a sub-editor at the Yorkshire Evening

Bullying resource bids for award

A website that provides support and advice for bullied children is in line for a prestigious industry award. www.bullying.co.uk is run by Yorkshire Evening Post sub-editor Liz Carnell, and is receiving tremendous feedback. The website, also a charity, is through

Early tribute to Queen Mum

Tributes to the Queen Mother that appeared prematurely on the Yorkshire Evening Post’s website caused red faces for the Internet team. Around ten stories surrounding her death were posted in the archives, despite the fact the centenarian was recovering from

"John Wellington" has died

Former Yorkshire Evening Post journalist Barrie Farnill has died in hospital aged 77. Born in Leeds, Mr Farnill retired as assistant editor (features) in 1988, after 41 years with the paper. In 1970 he launched the John Wellington diary column,

Cash lure for murder information

A £5,000 reward is being offered in the hunt for the killer of Leeds pensioner Edna Slater. The Yorkshire Evening Post put up the cash in a bid to bring in information that might lead to the killer’s arrest and

Small screen beckons for Liz

Yorkshire Evening Post sub editor Liz Carnell, who is also the director of the charity Bullying Online at www.bullying.co.uk was a speaker at this week’s national Kidscape conference in London. She spoke to an audience of 300, including teachers, police

Court reporter death

A well-known Yorkshire court reporter has died aged 81. Ray Linfoot, formerly of The Star, Sheffield, covered the city’s crime scene for 22 years until his retirement in 1985. Former editor Michael Corner said: “Ray was very much a journalist

Evening Post is just the job

A manufacturing company in Yorkshire has been inundated with job applications after the Evening Post stepped in to help its recruitment search. Bosses at Otley paper-making company Garnett had been left scratching their heads after receiving very little response when

Death of David Riley

David Riley, a former Yorkshire Evening Post feature writer, has died. He was 58 and had been ill. He began his career in journalism in 1959 as a trainee reporter on the Dewsbury Reporter. He also worked at the Huddersfield

News in brief

Our weekly news round-up… A website that provides support and advice for bullied children has been commended in the Online Communities section at the New Statesman/BT New Media Awards 2001.Bullying Online, which is also a charity, is run by Yorkshire

Appeal's result is new baby

A Yorkshire Evening Post reader has enabled a couple to become a family – by giving them the baby of their dreams. In April last year a desperate appeal for an egg donor was made through the paper after a

Away from it all in the mountains

Away from it all in the mountains When award-winning journalist Tim Power decided to take a “stress break”, he did it in style. He quit his job on the Yorkshire Evening Post and headed for north Pakistan with a builder

Alan – back, by popular demand…

Our recent feature about Yorkshire Evening Post reporter Alan Cameron, and his “makeover”, proved to be a real hit with his many friends and acquaintances in the UK regional press. So much so that we’ve been asked if we can’t

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