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Mail special edition for Lady in the Lake verdict

The North West Evening Mail put out a special edition on Friday after Gordon Park was found guilty in the Lady in the Lake trial. It was on sale shortly after 5.30pm – less than two hours after the verdict

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A school nativity scene with Mary, Joseph and the “baby Jesus” (a doll) became a one-parent family – temporarily – when a photographer from the North West Evening Mail turned up.Joseph was photographed alone with the “baby” after Mary’s parents

Emlyn's home town leads press tributes

Readers of the North West Evening Mail from around the world have been in touch with the paper to express their sadness at the death of footballing great Emlyn Hughes. The player, best known for his success at Liverpool FC,

What happened to you,old pal?

A former North West Evening Mail sports journalist is tipped to become the new chief executive of the Football Association. Evening Mail columnist Cornwallis took an offbeat look at his track record… It was interesting to hear that my former

Editor Gledhill set for vice presidency role

Bath Chronicle editor David Gledhill is set to become the next vice president of the Society of Editors. He will be unanimously nominated by the board at the AGM during next month’s conference in Newcastle, and if the nomination is

New editor for News as Hilary moves into magazines

The Whitehaven News has appointed a new editor. Colin Edgar, currently chief sub-editor at the Carlisle News & Star, is due to start his new job on Monday April 5. He takes over from Hilary Scott, who leaves the post

Evening Mail prints new community paper

The first of a new series of community newspapers for Barrow has rolled off the North West Evening Mail’s presses. Island Eye is full of news, views and information for people on Barrow Island and will be distributed free to

Newsman set for sheriff role

Robin Burgess, the chief executive of newspaper publisher the CN Group, has been selected as a future High Sheriff of Cumbria. The 52-year-old will take up the ceremonial post in March 2006 after becoming the latest addition to a list

Mail man's marathon success

Regional press man Phil Pearson has raised hundreds of pounds for charity by completing this year’s New York Marathon – despite freak weather conditions. Design editor Phil, who works for the North West Evening Mail, was among some 30,000 runners

New Society vice president is nominated

Keith Sutton, editorial director of the Cumbrian Newspapers Group, has been nominated as the next vice president of the Society of Editors. The 57-year-old, who is also editor of the News & Star in Carlisle and The Cumberland News, has