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Birthday celebrations at The Sentinel

The Sentinel is celebrating its 150th birthday this week, and to mark the occasion is reproducing its first edition. Then called The Staffordshire Sentinel And Commercial and General Advertiser, the first issue was printed on Saturday, January 7, 1854, and

Weekly series gets a new editor

The Leek, Cheadle and Uttoxeter Post & Times has appointed a new editor in Doug Pickford. He takes charge of a series of paid-for weeklies with a combined circulation of around 18,000, comprising the The Leek Post & Times, Cheadle

Dedicated news editor to lead Sunday team effort

Sentinel Sunday, the Stoke-on-Trent based broadsheet launched less than two years ago, is to appoint its first dedicated news editor. The paper, which is staffed by journalists on the Sentinel’s daily title, has won widespread praise from the industry and

Public figures pay tribute to Grey Power Dave

The death of Dave Goodman, the Stoke Sentinel’s Grey Power columnist, has been greeted with sadness by leading figures across Staffordshire. MPs, religious leaders and fellow journalists have been quick to pay tribute to the writer who championed the cause

Firms join forces to encourage young reporters

Companies in Stoke-on-Trent have joined forces to encourage youngsters to become involved in the world of journalism. Groundwork Stoke-on-Trent, The Hanley Economic Building Society and The Britannia Building Society teamed up with The Sentinel to take on groups of schoolchildren

Sentinel gagged by two former football club chairmen

The Stoke Sentinel has won leave to appeal against an injunction granted to two former Stoke City Football Club chairmen. The injunction, granted in Clerkenwell County Court, prevents The Sentinel suggesting that Peter Coates and Keith Humphreys have not sufficiently

Minister attacks Stoke Sentinel

A Government Minister has launched an attack on the Stoke Sentinel, accusing it of failing to support local industry and not doing enough to promote North Staffordshire. Trade Minister Richard Caborn hit out in the House of Commons after the