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Devon titles get online

Readers of the Sidmouth Herald, Midweek Herald, Exmouth Herald and the Exmouth Journal can now check out the latest editions of the papers online following the launch of four new websites by publisher Archant. The move means that all of

Tributes paid as editor loses battle with cancer

Weekly newspaper editor Andre Gibbons has died after a battle with cancer. The 55-year-old was editor of the Midweek Herald, a free newspaper in East Devon. He became editor of the paper in 2003, after spending a year as sub-editor

News in brief

The Manchester Evening News has announced that two of its senior management team have joined the board.Julie Tattersall, who is head of newspaper sales, is now newspaper sales director, and financial controller Howard Standen has been made finance director. The

Clarkson stranded in car: The Exmouth Journal has the pics

Motoring broadcaster Jeremy Clarkson beached a top-notch motor on the beach – and the Exmouth Journal was there to see him come unstuck. The incident happened around sunset when a production crew from BBC TV’s Top Gear descended on Budleigh

Novel idea with an Echo writer heroine

Page 1 of 3 Interviewing superstars such as Anthony Hopkins and Antonio Banderas has become a way of life for former Exeter student Belinda Jones. She has turned her experiences in Hollywood into a novel and is in the middle

Dowell heads for the beach

For the first time ever, a BT Midlands Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Media has been presented to Ian Dowell, editor of the Birmingham Evening Mail, who is retiring, aged 60. Ian Dowell is preparing for a new life

Coroner's support for reporter asked to leave inquest

Reporter Karl Grafton had an uncomfortable encounter when an irate man tried to get him to leave an inquest he was covering. The Exmouth Journal man explained why he was entitled to stay – and was backed up by the

Journal fights to plug the gap

The Exmouth Journal has handed over a 1,000-name petition as part of its campaign for a solution to the town’s growing shortage of dentists. The newspaper launched its Plug The Cavity campaign in January after learning of the impending retirement