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Post puts readers in picture

The Bristol Evening Post has launched a new online picture service for its readers. A new website allows readers to order pictures which have appeared in the paper. The site will also contain images taken by Evening Post photographers that

Young journalists set up Festival newspaper

A new free paper has been launched for the Edinburgh Festival. It will be edited by Glasgow Herald Student Journalist of the Year Helen Pidd, and Dan Lerner. The three times weekly arts and entertainment newspaper Fest will have a

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A successful bid for cash has resulted in Falmouth College of Arts attracting £1.6m of European Social Funding to establish a Creative Enterprises for Cornwall project.The project should encourage more applicants for postgraduate courses, including those in journalism, multimedia and

SMG steps up bid for Yorkshire radio licence

Scottish Media Group, publisher of the Glasgow Herald and Glasgow Evening Times, has appointed Beverley Webster to lead Y-Radio, which is competing to win the licence for a new radio station in Yorkshire. SMG, which owns Virgin Radio, faces competition

Herald writer named in "Hess" plot

A new book suggests a former aviation correspondent of the Glasgow Herald may have been murdered as he got close to finding out the truth behind Rudolph Hess’s doomed wartime flight to Britain. Double Standards highlights the role the Herald

Gruelling challenge for sick writer

Columnist Jonathan Wilson, who is terminally ill with cancer, has defied doctors to complete a walk of the West Highland Way for charity. Jonathan (30), who writes a column called Dead Man Writing in The Sunday Herald, aims to raise

Herald's new editor appointed

Mark Douglas Home, the new editor of the Glasgow Herald is being welcomed as a “real catch” by the company. He is currently editor of Sunday Times Scotland and will join current Herald editor Harry Reid for an extended hand-over

Appeal to keep artwork in Scotland

The Glasgow Herald is offering its readers a chance to help save an important part of the city’s heritage as it launches a campaign in partnership with the city council. The appeal aims to raise £300,000 to help a museum

Scanner appeal reaches target

A Glasgow Herald campaign to buy a hospital scanner has broken the £120,000 target. The newspaper has been backing the appeal to raise money toward the cost of an endoscopic scanner for use oesophageal cancer – cancer of the gullet.

Farewell to the Past

The great characters of yesteryear are remembered as The Herald bids a fond farewell to its famous Albion Street address writes ALLAN LAING Moving office can be a dangerous business, particularly for a newspaper. When The Herald first arrived at

The end of an era

Would the last one out please turn off the lights? The Glasgow Herald has made its move and staff are now happily tapping the keyboards in brand new offices. But they didn’t leave without raising a glass to a few

Strong showing for regionals in sports awards contest

Regional journalists and photographers are among those to make the shortlist for this year’s British Sports JournalismAwards, vying with colleagues from nationals and agencies. Journalists John Gibson from the Newcastle Evening Chronicle, David Mullahey from the Liverpool Daily Post, James

Student award finalists chosen

The finalists in the Glasgow Herald’s Scottish Student Press Awards 2002, have been announced. The winners will be revealed during an awards lunch at the CCA in Glasgow on Tuesday, May 28. This year there was a record number of