A weekly newspaper editor has left her position after six years to become editor of another weekly which is owned by a rival publisher.
It means that for the time being all three titles are once again under the same editorship, having each been given dedicated editors in a restructure in 2009.
During Zena’s time at the title, it won a number of awards, including being named the paid-for weekly newspaper of the year at the EDF Energy South West Media Awards in 2011, pictured above.
In an announcement to staff at Devon & Cornwall Media, Zena said: “I have thoroughly enjoyed editing the Cornish Guardian. It has been an honour and hugely rewarding experience being custodian of this great title.
“Highlights have included winning the weekly newspaper of the year title at the 2011 Newspaper Awards and the South West Media EDF weekly newspaper of the year award the same year.
“In saying goodbye I would like to thank my colleagues for their support in achieving all we did together during challenging and changing times in the industry and wish them every success in the future.”
Publisher Fiona Shaw added: “Zena has made a huge contribution to the success of the Cornish Guardian.
“She is passionate about the Cornish communities the title serves both online and in print. We wish her every success in her new endeavours.”