Former National Union of Journalists headquarters Acorn House could be sold off as the union buys new offices in Glasgow and Dublin to replace rented accommodation there.
The current tenants of Acorn House, who pay £200,000 a year for the King’s Cross property, plan to terminate their lease in 2007 so the union is considering its options.
A third route towards a BA degree in journalism at the University of Central Lancashire will see students taking their chance to become magazine specialists.
The Department of Journalism is planning the new option for third year students, in addition to the current choices of print, radio, television and online journalism.
The winner of the Shropshire Star’s Woman Face of the Future contest has wowed the crowds by taking to the catwalk with professional models at a glamour event in Shrewsbury.
Student Emma Keeble strutted her stuff in a Top Shop frock and Monsoon gown.
New reporter Robert George has joined the Bromsgrove and Droitwich Standard. The journalism graduate told readers he was looking forward to meeting as many people as possible across the circulation area.
Coverage of a village show has won reporter Tracy Wall praise for her coverage before and during the event.
Baltonsborough Show was hailed a huge success – thanks in part to coverage in the Central Somerset Gazette, according to show secretary Mark Tinker.
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