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Graham Glen

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Midlands BT winners in the picture

Our photographer captured some of the winners taking it easy after the BT Midlands Press and Broadcast Awards We did it: Birmingham Evening Mail photographers (from left) Tim Easthope, Steve Murphy and John James Smile, please: HoldTheFrontPage photographer Rebecca Russell

Regionals used as 'fast-track' Fleet Street training ground

Three regional newspapers are to play host to trainees taking part in a pilot subbing course designed to help fill the shortage of bright young subs on Fleet Street. The Western Daily Press, Nottingham Evening Post and Press and Journal

News in brief

Promotions for Post staff – plus more regional press news in brief

End of an era as 'Mr Citizen' retires

The Citizen in Gloucester has said a fond farewell to deputy editor Bev Ward after his distinguished career in journalism spanning more than four decades. Bev, (64), has been the engine behind the scenes at The Citizen for 27 years.

New Evening Post board member is appointed

Sir David White has been appointed to the editorial board of the Nottingham Evening Post. He succeeds the late Lord Boardman. The board – which is separate from the management of the company – safeguards editorial independence. It was established

Nottingham leads the way with ethic journalism scheme

A project to boost the number of black and Asian journalists is being pioneered by the Nottingham Evening Post. The paper has signed up to a new scheme being launched by the Creative Collective, a group of journalists from ethnic

Promotion to key roles for Post duo

The Nottingham Evening Post has two new assistant editors. The internal promotions go to head of production Martin Done and head of content Neil White. Martin is set to organise the ambitious training development planning at the Post and will

Paper wins right to nameCS gas robbers

Two teenage robbers have been named in print after a local paper challenged a reporting restriction imposed by a Crown Court judge. Judge Peter Stretton lifted reporting restrictions because he decided a CS gas attack on a shopkeeper was “so

Editor sent bullets in the post

A package containing seven bullets has been posted to the editor of the Nottingham Evening Post. But rather than being a threat to Graham Glen, it was more “I saw these and thought of you”, when a reader sent them

Let's face the music…

It’s time to start working on your waltz – as the Evening Post prepares to go tea dancing again. Hundreds of people stepped back in time for last year’s Nottingham Palais events and another bygones event has been lined up