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Evening Post banned from naming youth

A judge in Swansea has banned the South Wales Evening Post from naming a youth who injured a policeman. The ban was imposed by judge Christopher Morton even though the 17-year-old had been legitimately identified in a previous press report

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

Paper rapped for inaccurate axeman story

An evening paper has been found guilty of an inaccuracy in a story that could have put a woman and her children at risk. The Press Complaints Commission upheld a complaint against the South Wales Evening Post about a story

'Articles contained inaccuracies'

Latest resolved complaints dealt with by the PCC during January, February and March 2002 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

Council "sop" – claim

A call has gone out for a council to listen to a plea from readers of the South Wales Evening Post. Swansea Council is determined to proceed with a controversial city centre voucher car parking scheme, according to the paper.

NHS Trust chief praises paper

Swansea NHS Trust chief executive David Williams has praised the South Wales Evening Post and its readers for the success of the paper’s cancer appeal and fund. The Evening Post Cancer Appeal, which closed on March 31, raised £725,869 in

Welsh support for Post

A £10,000 boost has taken a newspaper’s cancer appeal to more than £58,000. Swansea health chiefs are delighted with the progress of the South Wales Evening Post Cancer Fund, which will buy care equipment and pay for services in the

Press snappers target lazy parents

Lazy parents in Swansea who park their cars on yellow lines outside schools when they drop off or collect their children had a shock when they found South Wales Evening Post photographers on the scene. The Swansea-based daily’s blitz on

Paper accused of 'moral blackmail' in campaign

The South Wales Evening Post has come under attack for lobbying Swansea’s health watchdogs over the future of key medical services. Post editor Spencer Feeney stands accused by the Board of Community Health Councils in Wales of subjecting its members

Praise for Post's £1m fund as cancer centre opens

South Wales Evening Post readers have been praised by Welsh first minister Rhodri Morgan for raising more than £1m for the new South West Wales Cancer Centre. The paper more than doubled its original target to help fund the £12m

Who killed Phil? Post steps in to help solve murder mystery

The South Wales Evening Post has stepped in to offer its support to the investigation into the death of a well-known local tramp. The body of Neath man Phillip Jones – known locally as Phil the Tramp – was found

£1m success doubles original target

The South Wales Evening Post’s Cancer Appeal has hit the magic £1m figure. That’s double the target when the appeal was launched as a project for the millennium five years ago. When the Post’s appeal was launched in September 1998