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YEP sports writer dies

Charles Scatchard, a retired Yorkshire Evening Post golf and rugby union writer, has died at the age of 88. The former RAF officer, a popular figure on golf and rugby union grounds around the country, died at his Oxfordshire home.

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UNITED ON BABY’S NAME: A West Midlands husband who wanted to name his son after the entire Manchester United team has been persuaded by his wife to settle instead for a simple Ryan Matthews – in honour of United’s Ryan

News NIBs from around the regions

POSTMAN’S NIGHTMARE: A Rottweiler chased unlucky postman Paul Elliott into a telephone kiosk after stealing a full mail bag out of his hand. The Shields Gazette reported that Paul rang the assistant manager at the South Shields sorting office who

Holiday of a lifetime

Brothers Joshua and Daniel Corrigan are going on the holiday of a lifetime thanks to big-hearted businessmen who read of their plight in the Yorkshire Evening Post. The Corrigan brothers – Joshua is six and Daniel is four – were

News NIBs from around the regions

PULL THE UDDER ONE: Dairy farmers are turning to aromatherapy in a bid to cure mastitis in their cows, reports The Telegraph & Argus, Bradford. A former farmer from Skipton has created a blend of lavender, eucalyptus, geranium and damask

Chuckling for chocolates

To me, to you… There was definitely “no slacking” for our VIP judges The Chuckle Brothers as they struggled to name a winner in our Christmas Cracker Joke Competition. The comedy pair kindly took time out between performances of Jack

Latest resolved complaints dealt with by the PCC

The majority of complaints made to the Press Complaints Commission, which raise a possible breach of the Code of Practice, are resolved directly between the Commission’s staff, editors and complainants. These are either settled to the express satisfaction of the

Latest resolved complaints dealt with by the PCC

The majority of complaints made to the Press Complaints Commission, which raise a possible breach of the Code of Practice, are resolved directly between the Commission’s staff, editors and complainants. These are either settled to the express satisfaction of the

Resolved complaints

Resolved complaints dealt with by the Press Complaints Commission during October, November and December 2000 The majority of complaints made to the Press Complaints Commission, which raise a possible breach of the Code of Practice, are resolved directly between the

Donor crisis in Yorkshire

Yorkshire has been plunged into a transplant crisis, the Evening Post has reported, with the number of organ transplants plummeting to an all-time low. Not a single life-saving transplant has been carried out in the region for over a month.

New challenge is set for literacy campaign

A Right to Read campaign, backed by the Yorkshire Evening Post, has reached its half-way mark. The target was to get 3,000 volunteers from the business world into schools to help young readers on a one-to-one basis. Now, 1,500 people

UK regional press campaigns

Fighting injustice and pulling in cash Regional newspapers across the UK are demonstrating their campaigning zeal on issues ranging from the state of playground swings to the allocation of Government cash. One of the most vigorous campaigns has been waged

News in brief

Eastern Daily Press readers have sent in donations at a rate of £5,000 a day for the paper’s Sudan Baby Appeal.A total of £50,000 has been raised which the paper says is enough to rescue almost every child from the

Arrested and charged thanks to Evening Post

A new campaign by the Yorkshire Evening Post and Crimestoppers to catch criminals has brought several important breakthroughs. Since the beginning of this year, the paper’s Crime Watch appeals to trace people sought by police have led to the arrest

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