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Tony supports Bournemouth

The Daily Echo has received the Prime Minister’s seal of approval in its bid to rid the streets of abandoned cars. Tony Blair backed the campaign on the same day he announced new measures to give the authorities greater powers

A tale of two cities

Survivors of the Gujarat earthquake may soon be living in Southampton if the Daily Echo gets its way – Southampton in India, that is. The newspaper has teamed up with a local temple to raise money to for the victims

Bid to block parking increases goes to the wire

The battle over Bournemouth’s parking charges is set to go to the wire. The Bournemouth Daily Echo has been turning attention to the issue with its own Pay and Dismay campaign. It is urging councillors not to introduce big increases

Breast appeal tops £1.3min record time

Page 1 of 2 An appeal spearheaded by the Bournemouth Daily Echo and Advertiser has hit £1.3m in just 20 months. Thanks to the Daily Echo, and a magnificent response from the localcommunity, work can soon start on building a

Echo joins parking row

Angry traders in Bournemouth have received the backing of the local press in their battle against increases in parking charges. Shop-owners are joining forces with the Daily Echo to fight council plans to increase the price of parking above the

Editors tell how to 'bounce back' in a tough climate

Page 2 of 4 Editor of the Southern Daily Echo, Ian Murray, said his paper’s two per cent rise in sales was linked with the success of Southampton FC, as coverage of their good FA Cup run boosted sales. High

40m adults a week read local newspapers: Latest ABCs

Local newspaper readership has grown to 40m adults every week, according to new figures issued by the Audit Bureau of Circulations. The latest figures for July-December 2003 show the fastest-growing UK regional paid-for weekly is the Mansfield CHAD, adding 28.4

Parental fears could halt festive pictures

Worries over identifying children at school in press photos could lead to some festive news being left off the pages of local newspapers. Some regional papers are asking mums, dads and guardians whether their Christmas plays and other events can

Weeklies continue to enjoy sales success

Weekly newspapers are continuing to enjoy rises in circulation, with more than half of all weekly titles increasing sales year on year, according to the latest ABC figures for the regional press. Figures released for the first six months of

Echo prevented from showing pic of pervert

Dorset police has refused to let the Daily Echo use a force picture of a man who raped a ten-year-old girl because of vigilante fears over the man, who has been jailed for eight years. The paper wanted to use

Regional press scores new success

A celebration of the newspaper industry is being hailed a record year for raising the profile of the regional press. Early figures from the Newspaper Society show that participation in Local Newspaper Week increased this year by more than 25