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PA snaps up Editorial Centre

The Press Association has agreed to buy The Editorial Centre in Hastings. The national news agency has bought an initial 50 per cent stake in the training, consultancy and design company, and has an option to buy the remaining shares

Press Association Training

SO, YOU WANT TO BE A JOURNALIST? www.becomeareporter.co.uk We offer two industry-leading foundation courses in journalism each year at our purpose-built training centre. Our Newcastle centre is the only course in the UK to be run in a real newspaper

Modern apperance lifts Evening Post

The South Wales Evening Post has a new look for the new year, with a bolder masthead, a re-shaped front page solus ad, and new typefaces. The changes have been brought in to give the Swansea-based Northcliffe title a more

Tributes paid to 'journalistic uncle' Bob James

Tributes have been paid to journalist, trainer, author and typographer Bob James, who has died at his home in Sussex aged 72. An inspiration to thousands of journalists, he was also an expert typographer, a designer, and an enthusiast for

Clean new look for Tizer

The Oswestry & Border Counties Advertizer, the oldest newspaper in the privately-owned North Wales Newspapers stable, has been given a new look. Launched 155 years ago as a railway timetable, the Tizer, as it is known by its readers, has

Complete new look for Welsh title

The Powys County Times & Express has gone on sale with a complete new look for its latest edition. The flagship North Wales Newspapers weekly has a new masthead and change of headline and text fonts. Graham Breeze, editor in

Editors gather to share ideas

More than 70 regional press editors were today due to gather in Birmingham for the annual Newsquest Editorial Conference. The two-day event, at the Copthorne Hotel Birmingham, will give staff from the newspaper group the opportunity to step back from

New island weekly is launched

A new free newspaper has been launched in Jersey, giving the island its only weekly title. The Jersey Metro is being published by the Guiton Group, which also publishes the Jersey Evening Post, and is in direct response to the