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Newsquest award winners

The Northern Echo has been named as Newsquest’s Daily Newspaper of the Year. Editor Peter Barron collected the award in a year in which his paper has already been named Best Daily Newspaper in the North East in the Tom

Newsquest awards shortlist revealed

Darlington is up against Swindon and York in the battle to be named Newsquest Daily Newspaper of the Year. The Northern Echo, edited by Peter Barron, hopes to crown a year in which it was named best daily newspaper in

News in brief

Former fish4 man takes on property role. Plus: Standard prompts clean-up – and more news in brief

News in brief

A letter published in the Halifax Evening Courier more than 140 years ago has been used as the basis of a new novel which denies that Emily Bronte was the author of Wuthering Heights and that instead it was her

New faces and promotions at Sunday title

Andy Mallabone (39) has been appointed head of design on the Sunday Mercury, the Birmingham-based Trinity Mirror tabloid. He was previously on secondment from the Birmingham Evening Mail and had been heavily involved in the recent relaunch of the title.

"Silly hillocks" poet blast

A story in the Bromsgrove Advertiser has led to a friendly war of words between the town’s highways boss and a village poet. Fortunately the debate is being carried out in verse. It was sparked by an incident where limerick

Midlands titles get new editor

BBC news producer Alan Wallcroft has been appointed as editor of twoNewsquest weeklies. He takes the helm of the Bromsgrove Advertiser/Messenger and Droitwich SpaAdvertiser on May 29, succeeding Mark Whitehouse who has left the company topursue a career outside newspapers.

Sunday Mercury to be "lighter and brighter"

A major re-launch of the Birmingham-based Sunday Mercury this weekend aims to make it “lighter and brighter”. The radical redesign, including a host of new features, comes just 10 weeks after editor David Brookes and deputy editor Paul Cole took

MPs debate Advertiser eye clinics change

Eye clinics and equipment bought with money from a Bromsgrove Advertiser appeal may soon be relocated. The clinics were set up two years ago at the Princess of Wales Community Hospital in Bromsgrove and the Alexandra in Redditch. But the