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Newspaper house highlights recycling issues

Around 120,000 papers gathered for art project with a message, new business website launched and other news in brief

Bath Chronicle to turn weekly

Speculation turns to fruition as daily paper makes the big switch

BEP reader's photos expose 'Hospital grime shame'

The Bristol Evening Post has exposed litter-strewn corridors, cockroaches and discarded dirty mopheads at Bristol Royal Infirmary which were captured on camera by one of its readers. The paper published the photographs taken at the BRI’s Old Building by Barbara

News in brief

Archant has been assessing the results of its latest company survey, which almost half the workforce completed, a figure up from 45 per cent last year.Although overall satisfaction levels were down, most staff were positive about the work they did

Romantic reader will make banner headlines

The Bristol Evening Post is giving one romantic reader the chance to pop the question in style on St Valentine’s Day and literally shout their feelings from the rooftops. For the newspaper is currently searching for the most romantic man

Peevers breaks the 10km barrier

Bristol Evening Post reporter Simon Peevers has finally managed to break the 10km barrier in his build-up to the BUPA Bristol Half Marathon. And it was all thanks to his new training regime – based on Gazza’s infamous diet of

A problem that's still begging for a solution

The Bristol Evening Post is currently running a series of stories about the city’s ongoing problem with beggars. It was prompted by an investigation last year by the paper’s current affairs editor, Chris Maguire, in which he spent a day

South West awards shortlist

Three newspapers are in the running for the title of Regional Daily Newspaper of the Year in the BT West of England Press and Broadcast Awards. The Bristol Evening Post, the Western Daily Press and the Western Morning News make

Post campaign goes to No. 10

A Bristol Evening Post campaign to win compensation for a city man, left disabled following a routine whooping cough injection as a baby, has been sent to No. 10. Enid and Ivor Needs have written to Tony Blair asking him