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Award for "twister" edition

The Grimsby Telegraph “twister” front page has been voted as one of the best in Europe in the past 12 months. The paper featured a dramatic picture of a tornado at Cleethorpes which caught the eye of judges in the

Young journalists and photographers rewarded

Young journalists and photographers have had their hard work rewarded at a graduation ceremony at Grimsby College. The students recently completed an NVQ level four in either newspaper journalism, sub-editing or photography, run by East Coast Media, a purpose-built media

Newspaper's collaboration on TV training project

Grimsby College’s NVQ4 Broadcast Journalism course has been voted bestcollege-based media course in the country in the recent Association of Colleges Beacon Awards. The good news was announced by Education Secretary Estelle Morris at the annual principals’ conference in London.

News in brief

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Moore cash 'a lasting effort' for good causes

Two causes close to the heart of former Grimsby Telegraph editor Peter Moore received a boost after donations were made in lieu of flowers at his funeral. The horseracing-mad news man died on October 1, having edited the Telegraph for

Hundreds attend former editor's funeral

Hundreds of mourners have paid their respects to former Grimsby Telegraph editor Peter Moore at his funeral in the town. Peter died a fortnight ago, aged 61, after a short illness. The funeral cortege went past the Grimsby Telegraph offices

Further tributes to Peter Moore

Further tributes have been paid to former Grimsby Telegraph editor Peter Moore, who died last week aged 61. The funeral has been confirmed for Tuesday October 12 at St James’ Parish Church, Grimsby, at 12.45pm. During his time with the

Former editor Peter Moore dies at 61

Former Grimsby Telegraph editor Peter Moore has died. He was 61. He had been ill for several months and died at Castle Hill hospital in Cottingham. The respected journalist (pictured) had worked in newspapers for four decades, and by the

Journalist loses cancer fight, aged 44

One of the Lancashire Evening Post’s most respected members of staff has died after a battle against cancer. Alan Burgess, (44), was at his home in Fulwood, Preston, surrounded by his family. His wife Alma is expecting the couple’s second

End of an era at Grimsby

It is the end of an era at the Grimsby Telegraph with the retirement of Peter Moore. Peter left the paper this week after 20 years as editor – a feat unequalled in its 105-year history. And to mark his

Michelle spends last day with the Queen

Michelle Lalor has spent her last day as editor of the Scunthorpe Telegraph in the company of the Queen. Michelle, (36), will take over as editor of sister paper the Grimsby Telegraph next week when Peter Moore retires. And on

Howzat? Sister papers enjoy traditional summertime fray

Grimsby Telegraph sub-editor and wicketkeeper Dave Tatler added a new chapter to the paper’s “greatest sporting moments” with a superb, gravity-defying, one-handed catch in the now-legendary cricket challenge match with arch-rivals Scunthorpe. The cricketers in both offices of these sister-papers

Change of editors at two evening titles

Michelle Lalor has been appointed editor of the Grimsby Telegraph. She will succeed Peter Moore who is retiring at the end of next month after 20 years in the editor’s chair. Michelle, (36), has been editor of the Telegraph’s sister

News in brief

Norwich Evening News editor David Bourn is becoming a more familiar face to his readership.He’s secured a regular slot on the Anglia TV news quiz What’s the Story. He took part in a pilot show which proved such a hit