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NCE success for 55 per cent of candidates

A 55 per cent pass rate in the Spring 2003 National Certificate Examination means that 156 candidates have qualified as journalists. A total of 286 candidtates sat the NCE in April at 16 centres across the UK. The candidates who

News in brief

The Cornishman’s new sports editor is Matt Dixon.He began his career seven years ago with the Cornish Guardian before moving to the West Briton, where he has been for the past six years, becoming deputy sports editor there in 1999.

News in brief

The Royal Mail is planning to withdraw its newspaper registration service, which dates back to the mid-1800s and allows publishers to send postal subscriptions by first-class delivery at a second-class rate. Royal Mail has confirmed that the current scheme will

News in brief

The Newspaper Society is backing moves to safeguard the economic interests of publishers that charge for access to content on the Internet.The Legal Deposit Libraries Bill going through Parliament would make such content available for free at public libraries and

Midlands titles get new editor

BBC news producer Alan Wallcroft has been appointed as editor of twoNewsquest weeklies. He takes the helm of the Bromsgrove Advertiser/Messenger and Droitwich SpaAdvertiser on May 29, succeeding Mark Whitehouse who has left the company topursue a career outside newspapers.

Nick steps up to editor

Nick Howells, who is deputy editor of the Malvern Gazette & LedburyReporter, is to take over the editor’s chair. Nick takes the post after several years holding senior positions with otherpapers in the Midlands, including the Hereford Times and the

Moves for two editors

Two senior editorial appointments have been announced by Newsquest in the Midlands. Liz Griffin, currently editor of Evesham Journal Series and Admag, has been appointed editor, Hereford Times and Ludlow & Tenbury Wells Advertisers, in succession to Stewart Gilbert who

Still a celebration: Local Newspaper Week

More special features, events, competitions and reader offers have been highlighted by the Newspaper Society for Local Newspaper Week, which ran from May 5-11. Politicians, celebrities, community figures and businesses were interviewed – or wrote columns themselves – acknowledging the