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Successful NCE candidates – Autumn 2004

The following candidates, listed under the centre at which they sat the examination, have now gained the National Certificate. Click here to see the successful photographers. BOURNEMOUTH Kieran Fox Southern Daily Echo Angela Gallen Dorset Echo Lynn Jackson Daily Echo,

NCE success for 55 per cent of candidates

A 55 per cent pass rate in the Spring 2003 National Certificate Examination means that 156 candidates have qualified as journalists. A total of 286 candidtates sat the NCE in April at 16 centres across the UK. The candidates who

Regional press news in brief

Plus death of editor from family firm, award for the Mercury, and more news in brief

News in brief

Plus: Former Echo journalist to tie the knot in civil partnership – and more news in brief

News in brief

Paper monitors 75 garages, plus: U-turn on crossing patrols – and more regional press news in brief

News in brief

The National Union of Journalists has been cleared of any deliberate act after a disabled delegate at its 2000 conference claimed the union had tried to poison her and had committed substantial acts of discrimination.The union was ordered to pay

Three weeklies snapped up by Scottish publisher

The Dunfermline Press group has bought three Scottish weeklies for an undisclosed fee. The East Lothian Courier, which covers Haddington, the Galashiels-based Border Telegraph and its sister paper the Peeblesshire News, comprised the last family-owned weekly group in the Borders

Race against time as reporters make hospital dash

The Greenock Telegraph has taken to the streets to show why proposed cuts to hospital services should be scrapped. Plans have been put forward to downgrade Inverclyde Royal Hospital, which would see many locals facing a journey to Paisley, so

Telegraph staff welcome Martin as new editor

Staff at the Greenock Telegraph have welcomed new editor Martin Biddle who has taken charge of the paper this week. He joins the Telegraph from his previous position of editor of its sister title the Slough and Windsor Observer. Martin,