Justin, (24), had previously worked for BBC Radio Kent and Kent Messenger Group title, the East Kent Mercury, where he won the BT Southern Counties Sports Journalist of the Year and Kent Young Journalist of the Year awards.
Justin said: “I would recommend the East Kent Mercury and Evening Argus to any young journalist who wants to learn his or her trade. They are bothexcellent stepping stones and they’ve done me a world of good.”
He died in a car accident on holiday in Switzerland last year and will be remembered at the concert – A Touch of Basil – on September 8.
Melanie Greenland’s disappointment when she was turned down for a £1,000 loan weeks before her marriage to fiancee meant she could not afford the £325 dress she had set her heart on.
But since then, big-hearted readers came to the rescue. They included the former owner of a wedding shop, who has offered a choice of 30 gowns.
The snag is that they won’t be able to use motorised vehicles.
Funds raised will help the City General Hospital’s cancer department.
The Post stepped into action when it was revealed the gas supplier took the meter out after the previous tenants ran up a huge bill.
The firm didn’t know a new family was moving in and put the problem right straight away.
A pitch-side announcer, disc jockey, photographers and a crew to produce the club’s cable TV show are all required.
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