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Weekly runs front page without a headline

While many weeklies this week carried stories and supplements about the D-Day landings, to mark the event’s 60th anniversary, the Bucks Herald gave its entire front page over to a tribute. It combined one of the day’s most striking images

News editor to give up work for "once in a lifetime trip"

Bucks Herald news editor Andrew Worden is set to leave the hustle and bustle of the newsroom to travel the world. The 26-year-old journalist (pictured) has bravely handed in his notice and is planning to embark on a ten-month “once

News in brief

The Western Daily Press has scored a success for its use of photography, lifting the European Newspaper Award – a contest which rewards ideas and design.West Country Life, a Saturday supplement, was commended for the way it used its pictures.

News in brief

The funeral of Bristol Evening Post journalist David Harrison will take place on Thursday.Features writer David died last week aged 59 after a long battle with heart problems. Donations to E Ward, Southmead Hospital, Bristol, are requested instead of flowers.

New editor is named at Hartlepool Mail

Paul Napier has been appointed as the new editor of the Hartlepool Mail, succeeding Harry Blackwood, who left the company in March. Paul is currently editor of the Scarborough Evening News, a post he has held since November 2001. He

Monthly mag project reaches the readers

The Bucks Herald in Aylesbury has launched a new monthly magazine for women. BH The Magazine is a 52-page Sunday supplement-style magazine packed with features on fashion, health, hair and beauty, competitions and horoscopes combined with Real Lives interviews, gift

It's all white in Buckinghamshire

The Bucks Herald went bright white for the Queen’s Golden Jubilee. A special edition of the paper on Wednesday featured 20 pages of the weekly broadsheet dedicated to its coverage of street parties, fetes and festivities honouring Her Majesty. And

Herald to make boy smile

A three-year-old boy is set to go to America for an operation to give him the ability to smile, after the Bucks Herald helped raise the money needed in just 14 weeks. In October the paper featured a story about

New editor for Scarborough newspaper

Paul Napier has been named as the new editor of the Scarborough Evening News. Paul, (35), joins the Evening News from the Bucks Herald in Aylesbury, where he was previously editor-in-chief. He said: “I’m delighted to be joining the Evening

The chips are down

A slightly fishy undercover investigation by the Bucks Herald has shown the chips are down across Aylesbury. The newspaper’s undercover reporter visited seven fish and chip shops in the area and asked the Trading Standards office of Bucks County Council

Web project puts family on view

An Aylesbury family is to spend Christmas under the spotlight – in a high-tech venture from The Bucks Herald. The Ball family has won the chance to appear “live” on the Internet via a webcam through the newspaper’s site for

Bucks to host Big Brother II?

Big Brother-mania may be a distant memory now, but the Bucks Herald is planning to resurrect the concept to show the world how local people celebrate Christmas. The newspaper is appealing for a family to volunteer to have a webcam

Governor moves on after hitting the headlines

The governor of a young offenders’ institute is standing down following a series of articles in the Bucks Herald about conditions at the prison. Shane Bryans has moved to a new position at the Home Office. His move comes after

Online story prompts call

An Internet connection for British Columbia woman Sonia Kirkpatrick gave an unexpected result. She was surfing the online pages of The Bucks Herald and found a story about her family back home. The item that caught her eye was a

Weekly Newspaper Awards 2000

The Newspaper Society’s Weekly Newspaper Awards 2000 were announced at a gala dinner in Newcastle after the Weekly Newspaper Conference. Here is the full list: Best advertisement feature – Paid-for weekly newspapers Winner: Somerset County Gazette Highly Commended: Luton News/Dunstable

Awards salute cream of the weeklies

The Bucks Herald has been named Weekly Paid-for Newspaper of the Year by the Newspaper Society. The Milton Keynes Citizen won the Free Newspaper of the Year title in the society’s Weekly Newspaper Awards 2000. Both papers were praised for