A reporter who helped put four paedophiles in prison after acting on a phone number scrawled in a train’s graffiti is urging people to support the NSPCC’s FULL STOP campaign.
Ruth Lumley, (26), hit the headlines after a paedophile ring was brought out into the open when she rang the mobile phone number and reported on the investigation that followed in The Argus, Brighton. The charity asked her to help with the campaign, and she is now asking Sussex people to help end child abuse.
Archant Norfolk lent its press and PR expertise at a county tourism workshop for people in the local tourism industry.
Eastern Daily Press assistant editor Paul Durrant gave tips on writing and press releases, while Archant Norfolk picture editor Bryn Colton led a session on the importance of photography, and EDP24 web editor Celia Sutton looked at web marketing.
A web-based press conference will give young journalists around Hertfordshire the chance to quiz county councillors.
The event is being held to mark Local Democracy Week, to engage young people in the democratic process, and involves newspapers working with the council to make it a success.
Former journalist-turned-photographer Richard Simpson is joining four other members of an Aberdeen-based art collective for an exhibition The Opposite of What You Thought It Was, where he looks at tattoos and encourages people to see the person before they see the body art.
The Leicestershire Magazine has been relaunched by Archant Life as a quality paid-for title. The glossy county title was originally launched by previous owners Advent Media as a free pick-up last October and was bought by Archant earlier this year.
Now with a new editor, Carol Burns, and sales team the quarterly magazine is selling for £1.50 with a new look and revamped editorial content.