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Evening Express editor appointed

New editor “delighted and thrilled” at the prospect of taking the helm

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Online this is sites relaunch

The this is network of websites from Northcliffe Electronic Publishing are being relaunched with a redesign and re-engineered platform. Two sites – thisisderbyshire.co.uk and thisisleicestershire.co.uk – were the first to appear in their new form, and the remaining 24 sites

Online this is sites relaunched

The this is network of websites from Northcliffe Electronic Publishing are being relaunched with a redesign and re-engineered platform. Two sites – thisisderbyshire.co.uk and thisisleicestershire.co.uk – were the first to appear in their new form, and the remaining 24 sites

Online this is relaunch project complete

The project to redesign and extend Northcliffe’s network of this is sites has been completed with the launch of www.tamworthherald.co.uk. It is the latest site to migrate to the new platform, marking the end of the five-month rollout programme. The

Premier League player joins Evening Express

The Aberdeen Evening Express has been giving a Premier League footballer a helping hand in his quest to become a journalist. David Preece, the number one goalkeeper for Scottish Premier League side Aberdeen FC, has set his sights on becoming

Editor appointed at Newcastle Journal

Brian Aitken is to be the new editor of The Journal in Newcastle. The 43-year old father-of-four will join the paper after leaving his current position as editorial development manager for Trinity Mirror Regionals. He has previously held senior positions

Rebel supporters force football tribute rethink

Readers are getting in touch with the Aberdeen Evening Express in their hundreds after the newspaper was scuppered in its bid to publish the details of every season ticket holder at the city’s main football club. Six rebel supporters claimed

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Complaints made by parents about ‘selfish’ people parking in parent and child parking spaces at local shops, prompted the Aberdeen Evening Express to visit Safeway’s King Street store to see for themselves the problem which is causing such outcry.In just