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Trainee journalist wins award for top public affairs exam

A trainee journalist has been recognised for her outstanding performance in a public affairs exam. Jenny Tregoning, left, has won the Public Affairs Award for 2011-12 from the National Council for the Training of Journalists and has received a certificate and

Fund to help budding journalists hands out £123,000

A fund set up to help aspiring journalists from diverse backgrounds get into the industry has seen £123,000 invested this year. The Journalism Diversity Fund has spent just over £123,000 on bursaries in the 2012/13 academic year to allow students to

Public affairs journalism textbook launches third edition

The third edition of a book which guides aspiring and practising journalists about local and central government will be launched next month. Essential Public Affairs for Journalists has been updated by James Morrison for a third edition to include the

Journalism classmates from 1970s sought for reunion

Two former students from a journalism course in the 1970s are organising a reunion of their classmates. Phil Taylor and Dave Wilson attended the 1972-3 course at Harris College in Preston, which was accredited by the National Council for the

Students to give views on training at annual meeting

An annual meeting which gives student journalists the chance to give their views on training will take place in London next month. The sixth annual Student Forum run by the National Council for the Training of Journalists takes place on

Five budding journalists awarded training bursaries

Five budding journalists have been awarded bursaries to allow them to complete training courses. The Journalism Diversity Fund has awarded grants to Laura Cronk, Sophie McCoid, Liam Moffett, Andreas Mullings and Lamiat Sabin so they can take part in courses