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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 44 per cent of candidates

A 44 per cent pass rate in the National Certificate Examination means that 116 candidates have qualified as journalists. A total of 263 candidates sat the National Certificate Examination in October at 15 centres across the UK. The candidates who

NCE photography success

Fourteen press photographers have passed their National Certificate Examinations. The latest candidates sat the exam on November 7, when there were 17 entrants. Two distinctions were awarded to Ben Birchall, of the Lincolnshire Echo, and Skye Brackpool, of the Evening

Support floods in for pool appeal as readers raise £127,000 in nine months

Hereford Times readers have poured support into a special school’s appeal for a new pool, raising £127,000 in just nine months. The hydrotherapy pool for Barrs Court School in Hereford is, literally, a life-saver for the pupils, helping exercise limbs

Hereford Times wins secrecy battle over meetings

Controversial training sessions for Herefordshire Council members are to be opened up to the Hereford Times. After previous confusion, which resulted in a reporter being asked to leave a meeting, council leader Roger Phillips has now said he is happy

Reporter barred from meeting labelled a 'training exercise'

An editor has rounded on her local authority after a reporter was turned away from a council meeting set to discuss a critical issue facing thousands of voters. Hereford Times reporter Ian Morris was hoping to inform the public about

Major printworks investment by Newsquest

Newsquest has announced a major printworks investment to improve quality and reduce running costs at its Worcester plant. The development, which adds to its current capacity, will improve printing speed; give better colour and more colour options; allow higher pagination.

Invitations sent to 24 editors for Galway get-together

A host of prominent names from the British press – all linked by the Greenslade Bursary – will be brought together by the International Society of Weekly Newspaper Editors. In 1977 the Society set up a scholarship in memory of