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Mail showcases local musical talent

The Burton Mail is helping to showcase the best musical talent in its circulation area, with the launch of a CD put together by the newspaper. The Burton Mail On The Record CD will feature 18 tracks from bands and

Camper van councillor to quit after calls from local paper

East Staffordshire borough councillor Dennis Heptonstall is to quit his post, after calls by the Burton Mail for him to resign. He has decided not to stand in the May elections. The paper called for the councillor to resign, along

Camper van councillors braced for paper's poll

Two controversial councillors are shortly to receive an overwhelming message from readers of the Burton Mail. Thousands of voting forms have been sent back to the paper after it decided to ask the public what they felt about district councillors

Web presence for Burton Mail

The Burton Mail has launched a bold new web presence. The Staffordshire evening paper can be found online at The site – billed as a gateway to the community – takes in daily news from the Mail and hosts

New look for Burton Mail

The new editor of the Burton Daily Mail is making his mark on the Mail with the start of a complete re-design of the newspaper. Having been in the editor’s chair for just over a week, ex-Sun man Paul Hazeldine

Brian steps down

Brian Vertigen stood down as editor-in-chief of the Burton Mail yesterday, handing over the reins to his successor Paul Hazeldine. But before he retired, Brian said a special “goodbye” in the Mail to the readers he has kept informed during

Mail's new editor is Sun man

The new editor-in-chief at the Burton Mail has been named as Sun man Paul Hazeldine. He will start his new job at the beginning of October after eight years as a chief sub-editor at The Sun, most recently helping launch

Mail comes under fire over complaint delay

The Burton Mail has been criticised by the Press Complaints Commission for failing to respond to a complaint quickly enough. The press watchdog said it was “unacceptable” for editors to delay their responses after the paper took six weeks to