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Chris Bullivant junior has become managing director of family-owned Observer Standard Newspapers, succeeding his mother Pat. The 35-year-old has previously held various roles within the company, which publishes titles such as the Worcester Standard, Bromsgrove Standard and Stratford Observer. Pat

Anniversary of Britain's first free daily

Plans are being drawn up to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the founding of Britain’s first free city daily newspaper. The Daily News was set up by entrepreneur Chris Bullivant and first appeared in October, 1984. The paper, later owned

Birmingham reunion planned

A reunion is being planned this autumn for journalists who worked on Europe’s first free city daily newspaper, the Birmingham Daily News. Set up in 1984 by Midlands newspaper entrepreneur Chris Bullivant and former Reed Midland Newspaper group editorial director

New eco-Echo for Midlands

The team responsible for Britain’s first free newspaper 30 years ago has launched its latest – the Worcestershire Echo. But the new publication is no ordinary free paper – it’s the result of a partnership between the Observer Standard Group

News boss visits Africa to check on appeal project

A newspaper group chairman has visited a remote part of Western Zambia to see for himself the difference the papers’ charity appeal has made. Observer Standard Newspapers launched the Save Lives in Sioma Appeal almost a year ago to raise