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My secret calls from Prince Edward

This story published 16.6.2000 My secret calls from Prince Edward Cambridge Evening News deputy editor Peter Wells has announced that he is to retire early after 35 years in journalism. Here, he recalls the special relationship he forged with a

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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

Together we can boost sales

Teamwork between editorial, sales and promotions is the key to boosting regional newspaper sales. That will be one of the key messages at the Newspaper Society’s two-day annual newspaper sales conference which started in Manchester today. More than 300 delegates

Papers respond to claims of inaccuracy

Latest resolved complaints dealt with by the PCC. This story: 9.5.2003 The majority of complaints made to the Press Complaints Commission, which raise a possible breach of the Code of Practice, are resolved directly between the Commission’s staff, editors and

Bucks Herald

January, February and March 2001 Adjudication of a complaint against the Bucks Herald Complaints under Clauses 4, 5: Mr and Mrs Kimble of Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, complained that they had been approached by a reporter from the Bucks Herald in breach

Father and son reunion

A teenager has been reunited with his father after more than ten years thanks to an article in the Bucks Herald. The boy’s father left home after his parents separated when he was five. They managed to stay in contact

Key support for Herald protest

Community leaders in Aylesbury have backed The Bucks Herald’s Save Our Post Office campaign with a protest march in the town centre. For the past five weeks, the Herald has run feature articles detailing the arguments against the closure of

200 on the march to back Herald campaign

Residents turned out in force for a protest march to back their local newspaper and show the town’s anger at plans to close four post offices. Nearly 200 people brought Aylesbury town centre to a standstill in support of The

Blanket coverage aims to save threatened service

A weekly newspaper is tackling one of the biggest community issues in its patch – the fight to save four post offices. The Bucks Herald carried a front page article, which ran inside onto page two, a double-page spread to

Move to cut mums' travel

The Bucks Herald has launched a Safe and Sound campaign to help raise the money to buy important equipment to watch babies growing in the womb. The Herald has appealed to its readers to raise £73,000 for a new ultrasound

Best weekly newspapers rewarded

Page 2 of 2 The winners of the Newspaper Society’s Weekly Newspaper Awards 2002 are: Paid-for Weekly Newspaper of the YearWinner: Western Gazette Free Weekly Newspaper of the Year Winner: Sutton Coldfield Observer Best news journalist – Paid-for Weekly NewspapersWinner: