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Winners applauded

Regional newspapers were honoured for sales increases at the Newspaper Society’s Newspaper Sales and Promotions Conference and Exhibition. The Peterborough Evening Telegraph won the Bristol Evening Post & Press Award for Best Evening Newspaper, and the Johnston Press Award for

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Best publisher organised event – weekly newspapersWinner: West Lothian Courier – Livingston F.C. Open DayHighly commended: Morecambe Visitor – The Night Before ChristmasCertificate of merit: Oxford Times Series – In Business Exhibition Best in-paper reader offer – daily/Sunday newspapersWinner: Evening

Newspaper men join Code of Practice committee

A newspaper watchdog group’s code of standards committee has two new members. Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger, and Trinity Mirror’s regional newspapers editorial director Neil Benson, are to sit on the Editors’ Code of Practice Committee, which reviews the voluntary code

T&A funds push tops £100,000

An appeal by the Telegraph and Argus to raise £1m within 18 months to aid cancer research has got off to a flying start. The appeal, named Bradford Can…, has managed to reach £100,000 with the help of local people.

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A new singing sensation in Bradford has put his weight behind theTelegraph and Argus’ Bradford Can…Appeal. Star for a Night winner Mark Kerins has spoken out to back theappeal which aims to raise £1m for cancer research. The Bradford Can…Appeal

T&A secures theatre lifeline

The long-term future of a Bradford arts venue has been secured for theatregoers after a concerted push for funds by readers of the Telegraph and Argus. The struggling Priestley Centre has been given a three-month lifeline after its appeal for

Heart hope after cash pledge

The fight to tackle heart disease has been boosted by readers of the Bradford T&A. They have agreed to pledge more than £128,000 towards research into the disease. The staggering sum is the result of the Your own Free Will

Loaded guns available:£25 a time

A newspaper campaign to stamp out gun violence on a city’s streets has been told criminals can hire out handguns loaded with two bullets for £25 a time. The revelation was made to the Bradford Telegraph and Argus by city

Editors speak out on ethnic recruitment

I though there was enough common sense in the world of the regional press not to follow the sheep and indulge in positive discrimination:(‘Editors speak out on ethnic recruitment).

Reporting excellence is honoured by Prince's Trust

Coventry Evening Telegraph reporter Emma Snodgrass has scooped a prize at this year’s Prince’s Trust Local Reporting Awards. The journalist picked up the award in the professional category of the competition for an article she wrote earlier this year about

Deadline looms for Local Reporting Awards

The deadline for this year’s Prince’s Trust Local Reporting Awards is fast-approaching, with just two weeks left to enter. Regional newspapers must have submitted their entries for the competition, run in association with the Newspaper Society, by July 11. This

T&A man receives prize from Prince Charles

Andrew Hebden from the Bradford Telegraph and Argus has been presented with a Prince’s Trust Local Reporting Award from Prince Charles and Gary Lineker. He received the award, run in association with the Newspaper Society, during a ceremony at St

News staff from around UK honoured at Midlands event

The very best of Newsquest’s talent from across the UK has been recognised at the company’s annual awards event. The presentations took place at the company’s conference in Stratford-upon-Avon, where chairman Jim Brown handed the awards to the winners. The

Northern BT Media Awards shortlist announced

An award ceremony at York Racecourse awaits the nominees for the Northern region of the BT Media Awards. More than 400 entries were received from the Northern region, and the shortlist has now been announced. Among the nominees are staff