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Former Lord Chancellor advises trimming down web archives to cut contempt risk

The Attorney General should tell newspapers and other news organisations to take material relating to high-profile criminal trials out of their internet archives, according to former Lord Chancellor Lord Falconer of Thoroton.
The Attorney should circulate the media with a list of about 20 major cases, asking them to remove material from their web archives, because of the risk of contempt, he told Clive Coleman on the BBC’s Law in Action radio programme.

A new reporter has joined the North Wales Daily Post. Kelly Fenna has worked on the Pioneer, Wirral Globe and Wrexham Evening Leader. Owen Hughes is also about to join the team… moving about 10 yards from his desk on the North Wales Weekly News.

Catherine Nicholson, an MA Broadcast Journalism student from University College Falmouth, has been selected from over 100 entrants to win one of three GCap Media bursaries.
GCap Media is the UK’s largest commercial radio network, with over 70 stations employing more than 150 journalists.
The scheme is for students of journalism courses that are accredited by the Broadcast Journalism Training Council and offers three bursaries of £1,500 towards fees and living expenses, plus a guaranteed work placement of up to six weeks.

Boxing champion of the future Ellis Booth is making a name for herself – so reporter Greg Miles went along to see what all the fuss was about.
Visit the Chichester Observer website to see how Greg got on during his assignment with a difference in which he went toe to toe with the hard-hitter.

A total of £1,030 was raised from a raffle held at the annual Journalists’ Charity lunch in London which welcomed David Cameron as the guest speaker.
The charity has also increased its annual revenue by a guaranteed £11,000 after a surge of members signed up to monthly contributions following an appeal by chairman Robert Warren.