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Small screen beckons for Liz

Yorkshire Evening Post sub editor Liz Carnell, who is also the director of the charity Bullying Online at was a speaker at this week’s national Kidscape conference in London. She spoke to an audience of 300, including teachers, police

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Our weekly news round-up… A website that provides support and advice for bullied children has been commended in the Online Communities section at the New Statesman/BT New Media Awards 2001.Bullying Online, which is also a charity, is run by Yorkshire

That's a cracker!

The first sleigh-load of festive jokes has arrived at HoldtheFrontPage from the stalwarts of the regional press nationwide. Those who sent them in are doing the industry proud – don’t forget there’s a box of luxury chocolates for the best,

Bullying ordeal leads to web support

Page 1 of 2 A Yorkshire Evening Post reporter has set up her own anti-bullying web site after her son John fell victim to classroom thugs. Liz Carnell created using the knowledge she gained taking North Yorkshire County Council

Chuckling for chocolates

To me, to you… There was definitely “no slacking” for our VIP judges The Chuckle Brothers as they struggled to name a winner in our Christmas Cracker Joke Competition. The comedy pair kindly took time out between performances of Jack

Post sub wins prestigious Pride of Britain Award

Sub-editor Liz Carnell was last night presented with a Pride of Britain award for her influential anti-bullying website She is one of 17 winners at a star-studded ceremony hosted by Carol Vorderman and run by the Daily Mirror, which

Award for sub-editor who makes a 'Big Difference'

Yorkshire Evening Post sub-editor Liz Carnell has been presented with a prestigious Big Difference Award for making a positive impact on the community. The journalist, who is also the founder and director of Internet charity Bullying Online, picked up the

Sub's anti-bullying website impresses awards judges

A Yorkshire Evening Post sub-editor has been highly commended in the Beacon Fellowship Awards 2003. Liz Carnell is the director of the Harrogate-based charity Bullying Online which she founded with her son John in 1999. With almost 800 nominations, a