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NCE success for 55 per cent of candidates

A 55 per cent pass rate in the Spring 2003 National Certificate Examination means that 156 candidates have qualified as journalists. A total of 286 candidtates sat the NCE in April at 16 centres across the UK. The candidates who

Snappers get their reward

Thirteen photographers have passed the National Certificate Examination they took on November 6. The National Council for the Training of Journalists has announced the results and named the candidates who won prizes for excelling in the test. Distinctions were awarded

100% success rate in the November NCE

Two photographers gained distinctions in the November National Certificate Examination. They were Allan Hutchings, of The News, Portsmouth, and Aaron St Clair, of The Argus. They were among 16 press photographers and one photo-journalist who sat the NCE on November

Davidson steps up to become president

Newsquest man takes on Newspaper Society role during year of excitement and innovation in industry

News in brief

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Society welcomes new president

Stephen Parker, managing director of Trinity Mirror’s regional newspapers, has been appointed as The Newspaper Society’s new president. He was welcomed into the role during a meeting of the Society’s council, where he outlined a number of key challenges which

News in brief

The Independent Publishers’ Forum of the Newspaper Society, which meets four times a year to discuss issues affecting such companies, has been elected for the next three years. The Forum now comprises: John Dickinson (chairman, Garnett Dickinson Publishing), Robin Freeman

Chronicle MD in line for presidency role

Barnsley Chronicle managing director Sir Nicholas Hewitt looks set to become the next vice-president of the Newspaper Society. Sir Nicholas, who is also chairman of the Chronicle, has been put forward for the role by the Newspaper Society’s Council. He