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Bury Times opens new headquarters

The Bury Times has laid firm foundations for the future with the official opening of its new headquarters. Bury Mayor Coun Paul Nesbit unveiled a commemorative plaque at the official ceremony, accompanied by senior management from the paper’s owners Newsquest.

MD leaves Bolton Evening News

John Waters, managing director of the Bolton Evening News and Bury Times Group, has left the company. He joined the Bolton Evening News in 1987 and became MD in May 1993. Originally from London, John has been in the newspaper

Consultants apologise in letter to newspaper

The Bury Times received a signed letter from thirteen consultants at Bury Health Care NHS Trust apologising to their patients. The team of hospital doctors used the paper to convey their message: “It is with deepest regret that we feel

New Gazette editor

Damian Holmes has been named successor to Phil Pledger as editor of the Whitby Gazette. Damian, formerly the deputy at Whitby, is now in post and looking forward to taking the 13,000-circulation weekly forward, with the help of his seven

"Unfair" article about Tommy Johnson

More resolved complaints dealt with by the PCC during January 2002 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

Success brings campaign to an end

A campaign by the Bury Times to save the Shakers has ended after the club was brought out of administration. During the paper’s Five to Stay Alive fundraising campaign, which was part of the Save Our Shakers Appeal, readers helped

Singer aims to save Shakers

She may be part of the pop group whose debut single shot straight to the top of the charts but she’s still got time to back the Bury Times Save Our Shakers campaign. Suzanne Shaw is best known as a

Bury Times to protect town "institutions"

A double campaign has been launched by the Bury Times to protect two of the town’s most well-known institutions. Not only is the paper helping to raise £20,000 to keep Bury FC afloat but it has also stepped in to

Staff rewarded at excellence awards

The ‘outstanding success’ of six senior staff has been officially marked at this year’s Newsquest Excellence Awards. The awards recognise achievement by individuals who have performed with excellence in a highly demanding and competitive environment. Held at the headquarters of

Circulation triumphs are rewarded

The partying continued into the night as Newsquest celebrated success at the group’s 2001 Newspaper Sales, Letterbox and Distribution Awards. Chief executive Paul Davidson handed over the prizes in the ceremony at the Royal Court Hotel, Coventry. The evening was