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Yorkshire Press Awards 2000

More than 20 journalists will be honoured in the Yorkshire Press Awards 2000 – which will be presented on Monday (November 27). And HoldtheFrontPage will bring you all the winners on this site as soon as the lunchtime ceremony finishes

Eight photographers get their 'prof test'

Eight press photographers and photojournalists have been successful in the November 2004 National Certificate Examination. The successful press photographers were: Claire Tregaskis, Western Morning News Katy Beswetherick, Lancashire Evening Telegraph Anthony Channer, Essex Chronicle Anthony Chappel-Ross, Harrogate Advertiser Sarah Hickey,

Successful NCE candidates – Spring 2004

The following candidates, listed under the centre at which they sat the examination, have now gained the National Certificate. Click here to see the successful photographers. BOURNEMOUTH UNIVERSITY Lily Canter Wiltshire Gazette & Herald; Guy Collender The News, Portsmouth; Thomas

Five photographers get their 'prof test'

Five press photographers and photo journalists have been successful in the May 2004 National Certificate Examination. The successful candidates were: Marie Caley,Doncaster Free Press; Francis Leader,Telegraph and Argus; Jasdeep Lehal, Enfield Gazette and Advertiser; David Parry, Freelance; Lucy Ray, Matlock

Regional press bursaries on offer

Johnston Press is launching a bursary scheme for up to ten journalism students from diverse social and ethnic backgrounds. The regional publishing group, which owns 241 newspapers and 162 community-based websites, wants to help students who face financial hardship to

43 per cent pass rate for Autumn NCE

The National Certificate has been awarded to 103 candidates who sat the NCE earlier this year – a pass rate of 43 per cent. Just under half the 239 candidates entered for the exam have qualified as journalists after sitting

Reporter scoops £500 in prestigious play writing contest

Doncaster Free Press journalist Deborah Wain has scooped £500 in a prestigious Radio 4 play writing contest. Deborah was placed third for the Alfred Bradley Bursary Award for her drama Fifteen, and saw extracts of her play performed by actors