Andrew Edwards takes key editorial role
What we have written about Southport Visiter
Jane heads for well-earned retirement after 40 years
Press hacks across the country completed half-marathon course
Former editorial director of Citizen Newspapers and head of IT for Newsquest in Lancashire is remembered
Southport weekly wrongly said she’d remarried, plus other resolved cases from the PCC
Southport Visiter’s Nancé Greaves started with paper aged just 17 and covered life in the town through column
Tower drop done twice to ensure best footage for online video report!
Evening Gazette and MEN among the nominations at event for digital publishing excellence
Rivals question figures but ASA says readers were given the true picture
A former editor of the Southport Visiter is set to be remembered at a memorial ball which is being held in her honour. Sue Price, who was better known to many as Sue Kenyon, died three years ago after a
Sue Price, former editor of the Southport Visiter and Maghull Times, has died aged 53. Better known as Sue Kenyon, she had battled bravely against cancer but died at Queenscourt Hospice. She began her career in the mid-1960s as a
A news editor in the North West is planning a trip to South East Asia to raise money for people with mental health problems. Dan Grice, who works for the Southport Visiter, is taking part in a 460km sponsored bike
A Lancashire college has won an industry seal of approval for its new BA Journalism degree course. The course, at Edge Hill College of Higher Education in Ormskirk, near Liverpool, is due to start in September 2001 and has received
Tributes have been paid to Southport and Formby journalist John Woods, who has died at the age 54. Mr Woods, who was schools editor for the Southport Visiter and Mediamix, had suffered a short illness. He worked for the Mediamix
Veteran comedian Ken Dodd has joined forces with the Southport Visiter to raise money for the restoration of Southport Pier. The ‘tattifilarious’ funnyman helped the newspaper launch an appeal which involves readers ‘buying’ a plank for the brand new pier.