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Nigel Lowther

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Deputy editor narrowly misses an egging

Grimsby Telegraph deputy editor Nigel Lowther narrowly missed being “egged” live on television while being interviewed for regional magazine show Calendar News. He was speaking to Calendar journalist Duncan Wood about the release of Maxine Carr from prison when the

Community press office opens its doors

A community press office – the first of its kind in the country – has opened at the Grimsby Telegraph. Based in the paper’s Cleethorpe Road building, the office offers support and guidance to communities. It publishes and distributes newsletters

Photographer stumbles upon mystery friends

A Grimsby Telegraph photographer got more than he bargained for recently when he went to take pictures of a group of Internet chatters who were meeting up for the first time. To his surprise, Duncan Young realised that the group

Net initiative at media centre

A unique Internet initiative has been launched by the Grimsby Evening Telegraph, in partnership with Grimsby College. Mariner Radio, a concept successfully pioneered by the Telegraph in 1999, has been made available across the worldwide web in what is believed

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

Telegraph wins bid to name teenage tearaway

The Grimsby Telegraph has won the right to name a teenager who has been made the subject of Grimsby’s first full anti-social behaviour order. Following a plea from Telegraph deputy editor Nigel Lowther, magistrates at Grimsby Youth Court agreed to