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The Lincolnshire Echo has donated two colour printers to Middlefield School in Gainsborough after they were no longer needed in its Lincoln offices.
They were handed over by Northcliffe’s north east regional IT manager Tim Leadbeater and will be used to produce larger posters, newsletters and examples of students’ work.
They had previously been used for proofing completed pages before they went on to the press at the Echo.

North Wales Daily Post editor Rob Irvine successfully completed a Santa fun run he enrolled for.
He ran two-and-a-half miles for the Hope House hospice, which is in the paper’s circulation area.

The South Wales Echo is compiling a series of stories about what it’s labelling “yob hotspots” around the region.
The paper, which is based in Cardiff, is working with the police following the death of a 30-year-old man after an argument in the street and is calling on readers to get in touch if they have any experience of antisocial behaviour.

An exhibition of more than 100 pictures will grace the National Union of Journalists’ Photographers’ Conference in February.
Sessions at the event, in Islington next month, will include privacy law, human rights, terms and conditions and ‘getting it right’.

Tory leader David Cameron is backing the Evening Star’s campaign to Save Our Angels, as the paper fights plans to cut specialist and other nursing posts from Ipswich Hospital.
The leader of the opposition toured the hospital in a bid to find out more about health issues in the city, which is a Conservative target in the next General Election.

A new Leicester Mercury publication features bird’s eye views of the city and county after picture desk staff took to the skies to capture the changing face of the region.
Aerial Views of Leicestershire is on sale in Mercury News Shops.