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Newsquest awards shortlist revealed

Darlington is up against Swindon and York in the battle to be named Newsquest Daily Newspaper of the Year. The Northern Echo, edited by Peter Barron, hopes to crown a year in which it was named best daily newspaper in

Former T&A staff remember the 'the good old days'

Former editors, journalists and photographers from the Telegraph & Argus in Bradford have been remembering ‘the good old days’ at a reunion in the city. Seventy former staff, whose time at the paper spanned the 1970s to the present day,

Former T&A staff plan evening of nostalgia

Former staff from the Telegraph & Argus in Bradford are set to get together for an evening of nostalgia next month, at a reunion organised by some of the paper’s former journalists. Alison Garford, Clare Walker and Julie Stott, who

Unusual design choice for Gazette

The Westmorland Gazette front page has been designed as never before… Cumbria-born international artist Conrad Atkinson has created his own version, in his own inimitable style, with pithy poems and references to his obsessions, ranging from Wordsworth to landmines. It

Office move for Gazette Newspapers

Westmorland Gazette Newspapers marked a new phase in its 185-year history when it moved into new premises in the heart of Kendal. Around 80 staff have transferred to the brand-new four-storey home at 1, Wainwright’s Yard, built as part of

Strikes draw to a close: Papers publish as planned

Two strikes at a series of newspapers in Lancashire and Yorkshire were drawing to a close today. Editorial staff at Newsquest’s Kendal centre were back at work after a four-day stoppage by National Union of Journalists members looking for an

Six days of strike action announced

Union members at a second Newsquest company have voted to take strike action in a bid to secure improved pay. The National Union of Journalists at Newsquest Kendal – which publishes the Westmorland Gazette, Lancaster and South Lakes Citizens, Westmorland

"Too few women editors" says Liz Page

Liz Page, editor of the Evening Press, York, has won the unanimous nomination of the board of the Society of Editors to take over as vice president next month. If the annual meeting in Cardiff in October backs the board’s