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Trinity Mirror Sport Media has published a new official club book for Liverpool FC, The Real Bill Shankley, depicting the life and times of the football manager through the eyes of his granddaughter Karen Gill.
The books marks the 25th anniversary of his death.

Archant London is to host a gala in aid of Capital Radio’s charity Help a London Child.
The themed Ice Ball will be on Monday October 23, when more than 300 guests will get together with a host of celebrities to show their support. The event is expected to raise some £30,000.

Herts Herald reporter Dana Gloger, former reporter Laura Fineberg and assistant editor of the Saffron Walden Reporter, Tracy Hubbard, have stepped out in style as the Herald Honeys with more than 80 other sponsored walkers to raise more than £6,300 for the Alzheimer’s Society.

Top heart experts are to speak to the people of Merseyside as part of a drive to improve public health.
The Echo-organised Love Your Heart debate will also feature a first-hand account from local MP Peter Kilfoyle, who suffered a massive heart attack three months ago and is now determined to help change people’s lives.

A new publishing director has been appointed at Archant Specialist, the consumer magazine division of regional media group Archant.
Nick Troop, currently the publishing director of Runners World, will look after a stable of glossy Leisure magazines, which cover everything from diving and flying to air gunning and canal boating. Titles include Pilot, Sport Diver, Sporting Shooter, Canal Boat, and two Airgun titles.
He will also oversee a range of niche titles in the photography sector, with titles including Photography Monthly, Professional Photographer, Which Digital Camera, and British Photographic Industry News. He will replace Bob Crawley, who is moving to Archant Dialogue.