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Brighton takes top honours

BT saluted the cream of the regional media at the 1999 BT Southern Home Counties Press and Broadcast Awards presentation lunch held at the Gatwick Renaissance Hotel, Surrey. Announcing the winners, Roger Broad, BT strategy and development (Southern UK), told

Shortlist for BT's Southern awards

The Brighton Evening Argus and the Southern Daily Echo will be competing for the title of BT’s Southern Daily Newspaper of the Year at the regional finals on May 26. It will be a journalist from one of those newspapers

Telegraph man to become 'master of own destiny'

Richard Yetman is to become the new editor of the Town Crier series in Cambridgeshire. The 49-year-old, who is currently production editor at the Northamptonshire Evening Telegraph, will take on his new role next month, in a move which will

Ahoy there, me hearties! Reporters walk the plank

Shiver me timbers – some reporters will do anything for charity! Gareth Arnold, Danny Chandler and Glenn Pearson of the East Kent Gazette Group donned their best pirate costumes to walk the plank at the Sheppey Island Pirates festival. Known

"Complete overhaul" in Adscene re-launch

Kent Regional Newspapers is re-launching all seven of its free Adscene newspapers. The new-look papers will be published from Monday as part of a complete design and content overhaul for the Trinity Mirror titles. KRN publishes seven free Adscenes in

Former Kent editor bows out

A journalist who became editor of a number of Kent newspapers, before branching out into PR, has retired. Gerald Hinks (66) – also known as Gerry – became the youngest newspaper editor in the country when he was appointed to