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Scottish publisher plans £1m print investment

Scottish Provincial Press, publishers of 15 newspapers in the north and north-east of Scotland, has announced it is to invest £1m in its Dingwall printing centre. A new colour tower is to be added to the existing Goss press at

Assistant editor post for award-winning reporter

Inverness Courier senior reporter Robert Taylor has been appointed assistant editor at the paper. The twice-weekly paper based in the Scottish Highlands appointed award-winning reporter Robert, (43), to the position last week. He joined the paper in April this year,

Online guide to north Scotland is launched

Scottish Provincial Press has launched an online guide to the north of Scotland in the shape of a new website Hi-lands.com. The site, which was developed entirely in-house over the past six months, includes the latest local and world news

Scottish Press Awards shortlist announced

The Scottish Daily Newspaper Society has announced the shortlist of nominees for the annual Scottish Press Awards. Now in its 26th year, the event this year received a record number of entries, with more than 400 submitted. Among those vying

Herald named best Highland and Islands paper

The Strathspey and Badenoch Herald has been named Newspaper of the Year at the Highland and Islands Media Awards. Editor Gavin Musgrove will receive a cheque for £500, to be donated to a charity of the newspaper’s choice. Kingussie-based reporter

Journalist Bill scoops lifetime achievement award

A new addition has been added to this year’s Highland and Islands Media Awards roll of honour. Bill Lucas has been announced as the winner of the Barron Trophy, which recognises lifetime achievement in journalism. Bill began his career at

Award marks a lifetime in journalism

Veteran journalist Martin Macdonald is to receive the prestigious Barron Trophy in recognition of a lifetime of achievement in journalism. The broadcaster and writer, who began his career more than 40 years ago on the Inverness Courier and Oban Times,

Highlands and Islands media scoop awards

The Northern Scot has scooped the Newspaper of the Year title at the Highland and Islands Media Awards for the second year running. As the winners were revealed, judges said the Moray newspaper had maintained its high standards over the

Scottish Press Awards 2001

Page 2 of 2 IT / New Media Writer of the YearWinner – Iain Bruce, Sunday Herald Runner-up – Kenny Kemp, Sunday HeraldNominees – Kristy Dorsey, The Herald Political Journalist of the YearWinner – Ken Farquharson, Sunday Times Runner-up –