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Michelle Lalor

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Mellow yellow bids good day sunshine!

A sunshine edition of the Grimsby Telegraph hit the streets this week when the decision was made to publish in bright yellow! The paper joined in summer fun with a front page to reflect the heatwave sweeping the nearby resort

Telegraph's plea helps snare a killer

The Grimsby Telegraph has come in for praise for helping snare a killer. The paper produced a series of posters and leaflets appealing for information following the death of 20-year-old James Donson. More than 100 posters and thousands of leaflets

Michelle spends last day with the Queen

Michelle Lalor has spent her last day as editor of the Scunthorpe Telegraph in the company of the Queen. Michelle, (36), will take over as editor of sister paper the Grimsby Telegraph next week when Peter Moore retires. And on

Change of editors at two evening titles

Michelle Lalor has been appointed editor of the Grimsby Telegraph. She will succeed Peter Moore who is retiring at the end of next month after 20 years in the editor’s chair. Michelle, (36), has been editor of the Telegraph’s sister

Jane becomes assistant editor

Jane Manning has been appointed assistant editor at the ScunthorpeTelegraph. She has been with the paper since 1995 when she was appointed deputy newseditor, before moving on to become news editor and more recently head ofcontent. Before that she was

Late night and early print run follows oil blast

News teams in north Lincolnshire swung into action when reports of a blast at an oil refinery reached the Grimsby Telegraphand Scunthorpe Telegraph. A massive fireball had ripped through the complex, shaking buildings miles away. The Bank Holiday team in

Donation helps appeal reach half way

A donation to the Scunthorpe Telegraph-backed Lindsey Lodge Hospice Appeal has meant the total is now more than £750,000. The donation from The Rugby Group Benevolent Fund, an independent charitable trust associated with Rugby Cement, pushed the total over the

Trainees' 100 per centpass rate

The first set of students on Grimsby College’s NVQ level four in newspaper journalism have completed the course with a 100 per cent pass rate. A presentation to congratulate them was attended by Grimsby Telegraph editor Peter Moore and Lincolnshire

Panel shows people rely on the Telegraph

A survey in North Lincolnshire has given the thumbs-up to the Scunthorpe Telegraph with nine out of ten people saying they use the paper to find out about their local council. The survey showed 86 per cent of the 1,106

Life is sweet

Sister Northcliffe Newspaper titles, the Grimsby and Scunthorpe Evening Telegraphs, are carrying a lively new supplement – which represents the best of co-operation between the editorial and advertising departments. Called Life the new health, fashion, family, fitness and lifetsyle publication

New degree course for would-be journalists

THE Scunthorpe Evening Telegraph is the latest newspaper to link up with the University of Lincolnshire and Humberside to offer a scholarship in journalism. HoldTheFrontPage reported on February 7 how the Hull Daily Mail and the Lincolnshire Echo had both

Legal action launched over murdered schoolboy pic

Legal action has begun against national newspapers and picture agencies which used an exclusive front page Grimsby Telegraph photo of murdered Luke Walmsley, who was stabbed to death at school. The Telegraph has consulted lawyers and sent letters to the

High court's "important decision" for Telegraph

A row over identifying a sex case defendant that has dragged on since September has been resolved in an Appeal Court hearing. The Scunthorpe Evening Telegraph wanted to name a former care home boss accused of a string of sex

Future bright for Grimsby after Telegraph secures £150,000 funding

North East Lincolnshire Council and some of the area’s biggest companies have joined forces to fund the project. Grimsby Telegraph editor Michelle Lalor said: “This the biggest, most ambitious environmental campaign we have embarked upon. “It builds on the hugely

Front page photos set to target suspects

The Grimsby Telegraph has teamed up with the local police to crack down on shop crime. The paper has carried a front page story to launch the initiative, which sees suspects’ pictures taken from closed circuit TV footage and printed

Asylum seeker's £440,000 health bill attacked by press

More than 1,000 Grimsby Telegraph readers are calling on a health authority to stop to paying for the care of a failed asylum seeker who was seriously injured in a car crash. They were asked to fill in a coupon