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Recorder editor meets with royalty

Readers of the Ilford Recorder have contributed £134,000 to a £2m new cancer treatment centre at King George Hospital, after an appeal in the newspaper. The centre got its royal seal of approval when Princess Alexandra conducted the official opening.

Cancer appeal tops £100,000

The Ilford Recorder has been given a boost after its appeal for cash to build a new cancer unit topped the £100,000 mark. Its Building for Life campaign was launched last October in conjunction with Macmillan Cancer Relief, and since

Donations set to smash hospital target

The Ilford Recorder is about to smash a £60,000 target set to boost specialist cancer treatment at a local hospital. A superb response from readers helped it meet the £40,000 Christmas target, bringing the prospect of a new unit for

First battle won in Recorder campaign

The Ilford Recorder has won its first victory in a campaign to bring the high-speed rail link to the borough. It has been revealed that the option for the first CrossRail line – a joint venture between Transport for London

First battle won in Recorder campaign

The Ilford Recorder has won its first victory in a campaign to bring the high-speed rail link to the borough. It has been revealed that the option for the first CrossRail line – a joint venture between Transport for London

Court is saved from closure

The Ilford Recorder has helped to save a magistrates court from closure. Redbridge courthouse in Barkingside faced the axe under proposals by the Greater London Magistrates’ Court Authority to cut costs and centralise services in London. But following the Justice

Weekly newspapers line up for annual industry awards

Journalists from weekly newspapers around the country are to gather in Warwickshire for the Weekly Newspaper Awards. The Forest of Arden Marriott hotel will host the Newspaper Society event on Thursday. The judges will reward both advertising and editorial successes

London papers rewarded for coverage on refugee and asylum issues

The Highbury and Islington Express and the Wembley Observer have been honoured at the Mayor of London’s first ever local press awards. The regional newspapers were among the winners at the event held to recognise balanced and accurate coverage of

Trainee is named Journalist of the Year

Yellow Advertiser trainee reporter Jon Austin has been named the 2004 Shepherd Neame Essex Journalist of the Year. The judges praised Austin’s string of exclusives, which included an exposé of two cases of Legionnaire’s disease – one fatal – that

Archant award winners roll of honour

This is the full list of Archant Awards 2003 winners and finalists Journalist of the YearWinner: Mark Nicholls, EDP, Archant Norfolk, Finalists: Alex Gore, Evening News, Archant Norfolk; Danielle Nuttall, EADT, Archant Suffolk; Grant Sherlock, Ilford Recorder, Archant East London

Murder coverage earns journalism award

Basildon Evening Echo crime reporter Carl Eve was named the 2003 Shepherd Neame Essex Journalist of the Year. The awards judges praised his “brilliant” coverage of the Danielle Jones murder trial, heralded as “a classic example of thorough digging and