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Yorkshire Evening Post

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Website editor is special guest

Yorkshire Evening Post sub-editor Liz Carnell was a guest at a Government reception this week. The event marked the launch of the 2003 National E-Commerce Awards in which the Harrogate charity Bullying Online, of which she’s the founder and director,

Regional newspapers' war correspondents prepare to fly

Nine editorial staff from the regional press will travel to the Gulf with the Ministry of Defence in the event of war breaking out with Iraq. The seven reporters and two photographers would travel as war correspondents and have been

News in brief

TV personality Lowri Turner has been speaking to the people of Wales in her new exclusive column for The Western Mail.The hard-hitting journalist and television star writes every Friday with a no-holds-barred views on what is happening in Wales and

TV date for campaigning sub

Yorkshire Evening Post sub editor Liz Carnell was today due to appear on the BBC Breakfast programme, in an interview about the work of the charity website Bullying Online, of which she is the director. The item, hosted by Gaby

Cash award for journalist's 'bullying' website

Bullying Online, a charity founded by Yorkshire Evening Post sub-editor Liz Carnell, has scooped an E-Commerce Award worth £2,000. The website won the community and voluntary section of the Yorkshire and Humber region of the National E-Commerce Awards and

News in brief

The Yorkshire Evening Post has reached its target of raising £2m for a local children’s hospice in just 18 months.The A Place For Us appeal was launched to build a new stand-alone unit to treat children with terminal diseases at

Reward money is handed out

A Yorkshire newspaper has handed out £5,000 in reward money to two women who helped find the killer of Leeds teenager Leanne Tiernan. The Yorkshire Evening Post put up the reward at the height of the hunt for the killer

So far, so good, for newly launched title

The Dewsbury & District Press, launched four months ago, is popular with both readers and advertisers, according to publisher Danny Lockwood. The former Dewsbury Reporter and Lancaster Guardian editor says he is pleased with the how the newspaper has performed,

Death of former Yorkshire journalist

Former Yorkshire Evening Post reporter Barry Plumb has died, aged 58. Barry joined the Evening Post in the late 1960s and was the paper’s motoring correspondent for many years. He was a popular figure among journalism circles in Leeds and

Strike action set to hit after union vote

The Wakefield Express and its sister papers are set to suffer three days of industrial action over pay with National Union of Journalists members voting to strike on Wednesday and Thursday March 27 and 28, and on Tuesday April 2.

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, 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. 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

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