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The sailor was treated and the boat recovered…

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Paramedics’ remit seems to include helping traumatised vessels as well as people now…..

A world exclusive for the T&A:

Newspapers carry job ads for anything nowadays…..

Meanwhile, Trinity Mirror’s regional press editors were recently involved in a two-hour phone conference.
But which one exclaimed in his twitter feed: “Think I’ll stick pins in my eyes to stay sane”?!
Much mirth was had by all though when Birmingham Mail editor Steve Dyson told the assembled newsmen that they were all also on a video link.
The Newcastle Evening Chronicle’s Paul Robertson told the merry throng: “Best put me trousers back on then.”
And when Liverpool duo Alastair Machray and Mark Thomas announced themselves, Midlands Weekly supremo Tony Lennox quipped that the duo’s names sounded more like a folk group.

Hope the organisers have a mop and bucket to hand for this one…

So is it Smith or Smiht? Well, they’ve got Smiht twice after all.

Never has a reporter been so inundated with offers for quotes…..

Talk of multi-tasking reporters is getting out of hand at the Medway Messenger:

A pensioner and her family have thanked the Medway Messenger for stepping in and sorting out a blocked drain outside her home in Chatham.

Most appropriate reporter’s name award:

Surely Marlon’s clean as a whistle?

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