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New MD for south coast publisher

Hampshire Chronicle’s Paul Kinvig to take on new job in Weymouth

Editor to leave paper for new life in The Lakes

Hampshire Chronicle editor Alan Cleaver is to leave the paper after eight years at the helm. He and his partner, Lesley Park, who also works on the Winchester-based title, plan to move to the Lake District early next year. Alan,

'Haunted' Chronicle on the move after 200 years

Staff at the Hampshire Chronicle are to move to new offices later this year. Editorial, advertising, newspaper sales and marketing staff at the Winchester paper will move to a new building with improved facilities in the autumn. But there is

The e-book revolution

The Hampshire Chronicle has published what it believes is Britain’s first e-paper. The newspaper can be downloaded onto a pocket-sized computer in a matterof seconds. However few people in Britain will be able to read the e-paper at themoment. The

Chronicle wins work experience gong

The Hampshire Chronicle has won a national accolade for its work experience programme. The title was presented with a special judges’ trophy in the National Council for Work Experience Awards at the Royal Society for the Arts, London. Judges praised

Weekly newspapers honoured

Page 1 of 2 The winners of the Newspaper Society’s Weekly Newspaper Awards 2001 have been announced. Among the winners was the Milton Keynes Citizen, which won the Free Weekly Newspaper of the Year award for the second year running,