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Charity award

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph has been presented with an award in recognition of its support for a charity. Deafblind UK honoured the newspaper with a Deafblind Friendly Award at its annual rally. It was for the Evening Telegraph’s coverage of

The 'thin blue line' gets a little bit thicker

It’s always interesting to see how hacks shape up in the field. Going away with the Army or doing the odd assault course is generally par for the course in any reporter’s career. But the police? Easy! Surely? A major

May 25 will last forever

Journalist Annalise Pavitt, from the Cambridge Evening News, took part in a massive community project yesterday – as well as reporting it. One Day in May encouraged people in East Cambridgeshire to record everything that happened to them. Photos, videos,

Booth to edit Peterborough title

Bristol Evening Post No 2 Kevin Booth (pictured) has been named editor of the Peterborough Evening Telegraph. Mr Booth (42) succeeds Mike Gilson, who has moved to The News, Portsmouth. He will leave Bristol on June 2 and take up

Winners applauded

Regional newspapers were honoured for sales increases at the Newspaper Society’s Newspaper Sales and Promotions Conference and Exhibition. The Peterborough Evening Telegraph won the Bristol Evening Post & Press Award for Best Evening Newspaper, and the Johnston Press Award for

More help for Mozambique

More regional daily papers have joined forces with aid agencies in the UK and abroad in a bid to relieve the suffering in flood-ravaged Mozambique. Many titles have devoted several pages to covering the efforts of their readers to raise

Youth was not identified:ET wins court victory

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph has won a court case after the judge threw out a claim that the paper identified a youth responsible for a vicious assault on a pensioner. The decision to go to court has been attacked by

Latest resolved complaints dealt with by the PCC

The majority of complaints made to the Press Complaints Commission, which raise a possible breach of the Code of Practice, are resolved directly between the Commission’s staff, editors and complainants. These are either settled to the express satisfaction of the

Latest resolved complaints dealt with by the PCC

The majority of complaints made to the Press Complaints Commission, which raise a possible breach of the Code of Practice, are resolved directly between the Commission’s staff, editors and complainants. These are either settled to the express satisfaction of the

Latest resolved complaints dealt with by the PCC

The majority of complaints made to the Press Complaints Commission, which raise a possible breach of the Code of Practice, are resolved directly between the Commission’s staff, editors and complainants. These are either settled to the express satisfaction of the

Editors settle complaints against their papers

Latest resolved complaints dealt with by the PCC. This story: 6.8.2003. The majority of complaints made to the Press Complaints Commission, which raise a possible breach of the Code of Practice, are resolved directly between the Commission’s staff, editors and

Latest resolved complaints dealt with by the PCC

The majority of complaints made to the Press Complaints Commission, which raise a possible breach of the Code of Practice, are resolved directly between the Commission’s staff, editors and complainants. These are either settled to the express satisfaction of the

Complaints against five newspapers

Latest resolved complaints dealt with by the PCC. This story 13.6.2003 The majority of complaints made to the Press Complaints Commission, which raise a possible breach of the Code of Practice, are resolved directly between the Commission’s staff, editors and

Pictures of home's interior "not intrusive"

The press watchdog has backed a newspaper’s claim that public interest outweighed the right to personal privacy when it published pictures of the inside of a criminal’s house. They showed what had happened to the proceeds of a multi-million pound

Car clamping court ruling

A campaign to clamp down on clampers in Peterborough has been supported by a county court judge in a ruling against a city clamping firm. The judge told a driver that she was right to refuse to pay £350 for

Law change is ready to punish drivers who kill

Campaigning work by the Peterborough Evening Telegraph may be followed by a change in the law. The paper joined the protests after a man responsible for a road accident, in which Stuart Herd (33) died, walked away from court with