Tributes have been paid to a pre-press worker from the Lancashire Telegraph and Blackpool Citizen who has been found dead.
46-year-old Stewart Dewsnap was found by police in undergrowth beside the A59 near Clitheroe.
Regional pre-press manager Bill Budd said Stewart was a highly respected colleague who would be missed immensely.
The Sunderland Echo opened its doors to readers keen to see how the newspaper is put together, as part of the city’s Heritage Open Days 2007 scheme.
The scheme offered free access to around 200 venues which are usually closed to the public or charge admission, and visitors to the Echo were treated to a tour of its press hall and office.
The paper also published a guide to how a story makes it into print for anyone who missed out on the visit.
Skegness Standard reporter Patrick O’Kane is getting ready for his third half marathon as he plans to take part in the Great North Run at the end of September.
He is hoping to raise £400 for Marie Curie Cancer Care through the Newcastle to South Shields race.
He has previously completed the race in 2005 and 2006, and his fastest time so far is two hours 12 minutes.
The Derby Evening Telegraph has helped a war veteran win his battle to have his home help reinstated.
Derby City Council had scrapped the 85-year-old’s one-hour-a-week cleaning service, saying his needs were not severe enough – despite him losing a leg and an eye during the Second World War.
But following the paper’s coverage the council reversed its decision.
The Kent Messenger Group hopes to break a county record for the biggest charity quiz night held there and is encouraging readers to enter teams.
Tickets are now on sale for the event which will be held on Friday, October 19 at the Black Lion Leisure Centre at 7pm.
The funds are to benefit Medway Hospital Macmillan Cancer Support Appeal, Medway Branch of Leukaemia Research, Mayor of Medway Charity Appeal and the children’s road safety charity Kent and Medway Walking Bus Group.