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>Funeral of north-west editor

A former editor of the Barrow News, Bob Strike, has died, aged 89. The well-known journalist was also a county councillor. He started his career in newspapers as a junior reporter on the Chorley Guardian and moved on to the

She flies like a bird… at 2,000ft!

Page 1 of 2 Retford Times reporter Sally Clark – who we featured on her charity abseil – has gone a little higher this time…She joined microlight pilot Martin Moseley on one of his regular sightseeing flights to Chatsworth. When

Reporter Sally gets her hands dirty on the dustbin round

Retford Times reporter Sally Clark got her hands dirty when she joined North Leverton’s bin men on their round. She wanted to test run the new recycling system that has been introduced in the village. She soon settled in to

High time for Sally

Retford Times reporter Sally Clark found her head for heights when she took up a charity challenge. The 19-year-old, who joined the Times in July from journalism college, abseiled the 120ft Grosvenor House Hotel in Sheffield. It was part of

Long-server rewarded

One of the Retford Times’ longest serving employees is celebrating 30 years service at the newspaper. Duncan Middleton, who works in production, was presented with a watch to commemorate his time with the company. He started at the Times when

Echo rewarded by the FA for its extensive women's football coverage

The Lincolnshire Echo’s extensive coverage of girls’ and women’s football over the past seven years has been rewarded by the FA. It picked up the Regional Media Award at the FA Women’s Football Awards, held in London in front of

News staff gather to celebrate year's successes

The high achievers at Northcliffe Newspapers have been recognised at the group’s annual Circulation, Editorial and Promotion Awards. Newspaper staff gathered to see the winners announced at a ceremony at the Marriot City Centre Hotel in Bristol, marking the culmination