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A well-deserved pat on the back

Editor of the Nottingham Evening Post, Graham Glen, shows Prince Charles a board charting the progress of work at the Queen’s Medical Centre’s parents’ unit transformed through an Evening Post Community Challenge. Photo: Courtesy of Nottingham Evening Post Local Newspaper

Newspaper offers £110,000 of school prizes

Schools’ Mission 2000 is the name of the biggest-ever prize giveaway to be run by the Nottingham Evening Post. Vouchers are printed in the paper each day and more than £110,000 of prizes are on offer to the schools which

Secret Society victory for Post

A high-profile Secret Society campaign waged by the Nottingham Evening Post has played a part in forcing the Government to rethink its Freedom of Information Bill. The newspaper had argued that the bill gave public bodies – such as the

Mike Jeanes on regional newspaper sections

The full text of the speech delivered by Mike Jeanes, market research manager, The Newspaper Society, at the NS Newspaper Sales and Promotions Conference 2000. This session takes a fresh look at the Newspaper Society’s recent sections research, focusing on

Editor slams judge's decision to stop thug being pictured

An editor has slammed a judge’s decision to allow his newspaper to name a teenage thug – but not publish the boy’s photograph. The Nottingham Evening Post won the right to name a 14-year-old boy who has been made the

Together 2000 access on the net

Heart-warming stories have been filling the pages of the Nottingham Evening Post since it began the Together 2000 campaign, to put people in touch with long-lost loved ones. And now the campaign is being launched on the Internet – with

Victory for Post's fightagainst council secrecy

The Nottingham Evening Post has won its second fight against secret council cabinet meetings in just two and a half months. Notts County Council has scrapped secret meetings after intense pressure from the paper. It follows a similar climbdown by

Conmen crusade in the spotlight at Whitehall

A dossier from the Nottingham Evening Post’s Fair ‘n’ Square campaign has been handed to the Government. Editor Graham Glen was invited to Whitehall to hand over a collection of articles from the newspaper to Trade and Industry Secretary Patricia

Post tells readers to wake up to its safety message

A major awareness campaign highlighting the danger of drivers falling asleep at the wheel has been launched by the Nottingham Evening Post. As the peak holiday season begins, and people make longer car journeys, the paper will tell some of

'Responsible' paedophile campaign wins Blunkett's praise

The Home Secretary’s proposals to keep high risk paedophiles locked up indefinitely marks a success for the Nottingham Evening Post’s Protecting our Children campaign. David Blunkett acknowledged the contribution of a campaign which began more than a year before the

Living proof that Post campaign is a life-saver

A man is alive today after staff used a Nottingham Evening Post defibrillator to re-start his heart. The campaigning newspaper has been raising cash to get the medical machinery placed in key areas across Nottinghamshire as part of its Start-a-Heart

Post says "Stop dithering"on paedophile laws

The Nottingham Evening Post is to challenge the Government about its “dithering” over laws to protect children from paedophiles. The paper devoted four inside pages and a front page editorial comment to the story in the first two days of

Target of 25 is beaten

Readers of the Nottingham Evening Post have handed over enough cash to place 25 life-saving defibrillators at key points throughout Nottinghamshire. The original target was to buy 25 – but the Start-a-Heart campaign has been such a success that the

Be Safe Not Sorry!

A Nottinghamshire newspaper is calling for a complete ban on the sale of fireworks to the public, with the launch of a new campaign. The Nottingham Evening Post’s Be Safe Not Sorry campaign wants a change in the law to

Garden Angels are go!

The Nottingham Evening Post’s Garden Angels campaign got off to a flying start this week when strimmers burst into life in a campaign to help people recover from brain injuries. The project will transform former allotments in Nottingham into a

Post staff train toStart-a-Heart

Evening Post staff have led by example and learned how to use life-saving defibrillator equipment at their Nottingham offices. The paper’s Start-a-Heart campaign has raised enough cash in only one month to buy two more defibrillators for the community –