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Successful NCE candidates – Spring 2005

The following candidates, listed under the centre at which they sat the examination, have now gained the National Certificate: BOURNEMOUTH Samantha Chapman Aldershot News Gary Cleland Newbury Weekly News Matthew Dickinson The News, Portsmouth Huw Griffith Dorset Echo Lisa-Marie Harrity

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,

NCE success for 44 per cent of candidates

A 44 per cent pass rate in the National Certificate Examination means that 116 candidates have qualified as journalists. A total of 263 candidates sat the National Certificate Examination in October at 15 centres across the UK. The candidates who

Princess scoop for photographer

Photographer Mark Lees claimed a picture exclusive for a snap of Princess Margaret on a flying visit to Shenfield. The Essex Chronicle photographer, based in Chelmsford, was on hand when homeward-bound Brentwood commuters on a Liverpool Street to Southend train

Photographers' Everyday work is rewarded

The photographic talents of regional press snappers from across the country have been recognised at a national awards ceremony and exhibition. More than £30,000 of prizes was handed out to the winners and runners-up at Northcliffe Newspapers’ The Everyday photography

"I want to ride my bicycle"- says Nick

An Essex Chronicle photographer got on his bike for charity and pedalled from London to Brighton to raise money for the British Heart Foundation. Nick Obank, (23), from Broomfield swapped his camera for a mountain bike to cycle the 56

Ian steps into the breach

Essex Chronicle photographer Ian Piercy had to step into the breach at a local award ceremony – when the newspaper received a surprise award. The trainee photographer had been sent by his newspaper to cover a presentation of certificates to

Photo-magic makes sales soar

One of the biggest baby photo competitions held by a regional newspaper has been an overwhelming success – but it was only made possible because of the digital wizardry introduced to photo sales by digital photographic printing company Nearly