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Elaine Pritchard

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Laughs and fancy footwork at the NS New Media Awards

They danced until the early hours after the first-ever Newspaper Society New Media Awards held in Solihull at the end of a packed one-day New Media conference featuring keynote speakers from America and Europe and well as the UK. For

BAFTA for Northcliffe's virtual newspaper project

Northcliffe Electronic Publishing is celebrating after winning a BAFTA for its educational website Headline History. The virtual newspaper project, run by Northcliffe Newspaper’s Internet division, picked up the top prize in the Children’s Learning category at the Interactive BAFTA awards.

Happy Birthday HoldtheFrontPage

HoldtheFrontPage is five years old today. From being the new kid on the block back in 2000, this website has grown to become a major player in bringing news and job opportunities to journalists in the regional press. During that

Headline History makes for culture online

Actors and actresses slapped on their make-up to face the cameras at the Derby Evening Telegraph for a new electronic education initiative. The filming, by Northcliffe Electronic Publishing, was for the company’s Headline History virtual newspaper project. The web-based resource

Pilot projects celebrate third birthday

The Beehive Online Community Networks for Derbyshire and Leicestershire, which gives non-profit-making groups the chance to create and publish websites for free, have celebrated their third birthday. Around 1,500 groups, including amateur sports clubs, charities and other non-profit organisations have

Web editor finds ransom note

Pre-Christmas joy and excitement was abruptly replaced by anxiety and grief when Adoption-net editor Matt Bailey arrived at work to find his beloved all-singing, all-dancing Christmas tree had been kidnapped. A chilling ransom note was left by the evil wrong-doers.

Beehive gateway spans four counties

A new Internet gateway has been created to allow easy access to all four Midlands Beehive community networks. will carry news on all four networks – for Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Leicestershire and Staffordshire – and the way they can provide

Staff changes at HoldtheFrontPage

Journalist Peter Pheasant is leaving to launch a new website based at the Derby Evening Telegraph. He is replaced by Patrick Astill, who joined the website after a spell in internal communications at Boots The Chemist. Patrick (32) previously