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£2m stadium plan answers newspaper's plea

A two-and-a-half year campaign by the Dartford Times to get a purpose-built stadium for the town’s football club has netted a great result. Since the early nineties “the Darts” have been forced to play outside the borough after their ground

More London papers for Archant

Publisher Archant has secured the remaining 15 weekly paid-for London titles from Independent News & Media in a £10m deal. Earlier this month the company acquired 12 weekly free and paid-for titles in North London, East London and Essex from

Archant snaps up London titles for £52m

Archant has today acquired 12 weekly free and paid-for newspapers in North London, East London and Essex from Independent News & Media’s portfolio of 27 in the capital. The announcement came as competition minister Gerry Sutcliffe agreed that Northcliffe Newspapers

Transfer of eight titles refused: 13 given go-ahead

The sale of 13 London weekly newspapers to Newsquest has been approved by the Competition Commission. But eight other Independent News & Media titles were refused permission to sell up because of fears over a loss of competition in advertising

£60m Newsquest purchase to boost its London publishing

Newsquest is ready to buy 29 paid-for and 16 free weekly newspapers in a deal with Independent News & Media, which is trying to raise money to pay off its debts. Any sale would be subject to approval by the

Weekly Newspaper Award winners announced

The Newbury Weekly News and Hunts Post took the top honours at the Newspaper Society Weekly Newspaper Awards last night. The Newbury Weekly News was crowned Paid-for Weekly Newspaper of the Year, judges hailing it as “a supreme example of

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