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Daily Journalist of the Yearaward shared for first time

One of the top awards in Scottish journalism has been shared for the first time. Allan Caldwell, of the Glasgow Evening Times, and Robert McNeil, of The Scotsman, were today jointly named Daily News Journalist off the Year in the

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Cross-party alliance “talks out” amendment bill, plus more news in brief

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Naomi Bunting is remembered. Plus: Times man nominated at cartoon Oscars – and more news in brief

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Journalist has worked under seven editors. Plus: Telegraph fights for jobs – and more news in brief

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Uni partnership boost – Plus: FOI hygiene revelations, and more regional press news in brief

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Plus: Greenslade to be keynote speaker at Society conference – and more news in brief

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A massive haul of bootleg DVDs and CDs were seized by trading standards officer and the police after an investigation into the trade by the Manchester Evening News. The raids followed an investigation into a local market in Salford, where

New editor and sports editor for Scottish PA

Iain Duff has been appointed editor of The Scottish Press Association. He joined PA’s Scottish operation as news editor in March and takes overall responsibility for the agency’s 30-strong team of news, sports and photographic journalists and will also continue

Football's Ally behind Scots newspaper launch

A new weekly newspaper is due to hit the streets of East Kilbride next month, with the backing of two well-known Scottish newspapermen – and football star-turned-TV soccer pundit Ally McCoist. The East Kilbride Mail is the brainchild of Steve

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A new memorial to World War II hero Colin Grazier has been erected in the Tamworth suburb of Two Gates – the final goal in the Tamworth Herald’s long-running campaign to honour the sailor who died during a mission to

Media rivalries fought on the pitch

Staff from the Scottish media took their rivalries onto the pitch when they gathered for a football tournament at Glasgow’s Hampden Park. Teams were fielded from 28 newspapers, TV and radio stations, including the Edinburgh Evening News, the Evening Express