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Rachael Campey resigns as editor of Yorkshire Post

Rachael Campey has quit as editor of the Yorkshire Post, after 18 months in the role. She is not serving notice and her deputy Duncan Hamilton is acting editor. Staff were told yesterday afternoon in a statement from the newspaper’s

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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

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A letter published in the Halifax Evening Courier more than 140 years ago has been used as the basis of a new novel which denies that Emily Bronte was the author of Wuthering Heights and that instead it was her

Post's sports editor steps down after 30 years

Yorkshire Post journalist Bill Bridge has decided to step down from his role as sport editor after almost 30 years. The move means he can use his vast experience purely in a writing capacity in a new roving role as

MBEs for serving regional newspaper staff

Chichester Observer boss Keith Newbery (right) is now an MBE. He was awarded the honour for services to journalism. He has spent his entire working life in journalism, beginning as a junior reporter on the now defunct Isle of Wight

Two sides to meet in Yorkshire Post dispute

Yorkshire Post editorial staff are set to meet with the management after passing a vote of “no confidence” in their editor, Rachael Campey. The vote took place at an NUJ meeting convened after the redundancy of women’s editor Jill Armstrong

Editor installed at Yorkshire title

Mark Bradley has been appointed editor of the Wakefield Express. He was officially installed in the post on Monday, and had been acting editor at the Yorkshire title since Ed Asquith left to edit the Scarborough Evening News in June

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Leicester Mercury managing director Tony Hill has joined an international think-tank looking at the future of newspapers and advertising.Hill will link up with newspaper executives from several countries as part of the World Association of Newspapers’ two-year project. He said:

Grant boost for sub's charity website

Yorkshire Evening Post sub-editor Liz Carnell is celebrating a £10,000 government grant for her charity Bullying Online. The money will be used to pay running costs for the charity at www.bullying.co.uk which is gearing itself up for the new school

Award boost for sub's charity work

Bullying Online, the charity run by Yorkshire Evening Post sub editor Liz Carnell, has scooped another major award. The anti-bullying children’s charity won the community and voluntary section of the Yorkshire and Humber regional final of the E-Commerce Awards 2003.

National award for sub's anti-bullying site

Bullying Online, the charity founded and run by Yorkshire Evening Post sub editor Liz Carnell, which helps parents and pupils deal with school bullying, has won a national award. It is the winner of the Digital Inclusion category, sponsored by

Website editor is special guest

Yorkshire Evening Post sub-editor Liz Carnell was a guest at a Government reception. 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, was a

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The UK business community thinks that the regional press is the most useful media for local business news, according to a survey by The Newspaper Society.More than a third believe that regional papers have their finger on the pulse of

Media Ball brings in cash to beat cancer

The Yorkshire Press & Media Ball has this year raised more than £2,300. The total sum raised by the organizers, for Yorkshire Cancer research, has now topped £6,000 overall. More than 230 people enjoyed a night of fun and fundraising

Websites include "sinister" threats against journalists

Police are investigating a dossier of threats made against journalists in West Yorkshire on extreme right-wing websites. The dossier has also been taken up by an MP who has sent it on to Home Secretary David Blunkett. It includes evidence

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