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'Never again' say regional press marathon runners

Trinity Mirror’s regionals editorial director Neil Benson has raised almost £4,000 for Childline after successfully completing the London Marathon. He was one of the thousands of runners to take to the streets for this year’s race, completing the course in

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Four care home workers lost their jobs after an investigation into the industry was published in the Daily Record.An undercover reporter, posing as a care assistant, secretly filmed the workers subjecting helpless elderly residents to psychological and verbal abuse. The

Veteran political journalist to speak at Society conference

Political journalist Chris Moncrieff will be the guest speaker at the Society of Editors annual dinner in October. The Press Association journalist will provide his own insight into events of the past year such as the Hutton inquiry and difficulties

Pull-out marks Millwall FC stadium's 10th anniversary

The South London Press has marked the tenth anniversary of the opening of Millwall Football Club’s New Den stadium with an eight-page pull-out supplement. The 10 years at The Den insert includes a series of news and feature articles and

Regional editors to speak at conference

Four editors from the regional press will be among the speakers at this year’s Society of Editors Conference. Mike Gilson of The News in Portsmouth, Leicester Mercury editor Nick Carter, Hannah Walker of the South London Press and Terry Manners

Newspaper group aiming to get closer to its readers

Trinity Mirror is planning to tailor its regional newspapers closer to the needs of their readers with the launch of a major new project. After conducting a major survey of its readership, the group is now aiming to ensure its

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A long-running newspaper campaign has scored another success with cannabis and pills worth more than £1,200 being seized at a house in Fraserborough, Scotland, after a tip-off to police from a member of the public.It is the latest success in

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The Gloucester Citizen has decided to stop using the word ‘bed-blocking’ because it considers the term out-dated and insulting to patients who, through no fault of their own, are stuck in hospital while social services and the NHS organise their

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After reading of his crime in the Cornish Guardian, a thief with a conscience returned £100 of child benefits that he stole from a young mother of three.Police in St Austell received an envelope containing the money – and an

Big Brother battle hots up between London weeklies

The News Shopper is going head to head with rivals South London Press – with its campaign to propel Kate to Big Brother victory. The weekly south east London and north Kent series has been pushing for her to win

Editors look ahead to October date

More top names from national and regional newspapers have joined the list of speakers at the York conference of the Society of Editors in October. Tim Bowdler, president of the Newspaper Society, will give the Society of Editors Lecture at