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51 per cent pass rate for NCE

A 51 per cent pass rate in the National Certificate Examination means that 136 candidates have qualified as journalists. A total of 265 candidates sat the National Certificate Examination in April at 16 centres across the UK, as well as

Editor's apology for careeru-turn decision

Editor Neil Speight has done a u-turn on his plans to return to his roots and take up a new job in Yorkshire. It means he’ll be staying in his role as editor of the Thurrock Gazette, instead of taking

Editor Speight set to return to his Yorkshire roots

Regional editor Neil Speight has revealed plans to leave the newspaper industry later this year, to embark on a new career in public relations. Currently editor of the Thurrock Gazette, Neil, (46), is an experienced journalist who has worked in

News in brief

A group of youngsters aged between 12 and 16 have become the latest columnists for the Caernarfon and Denbigh Herald.The young villagers will write and design their monthly Snowdon Speaks column in which they will tell readers about their lives,

Gazette welcomes new editor

The Thurrock Gazette is welcoming a new editor this week, with the appointment of Neil Speight. Previously the launch editor of the East Riding Gazette, Neil joined the Essex-based newspaper on Monday and, after a brief hand-over period, will succeed

Reporter leading a "normal life" after transplant

A reporter has told how he was saved by a heart transplant that has allowed him to resume a completely normal life. Martin Barsby spoke out about his experience to add support to the East Anglian Daily Time’s Sign for

Death of former editor

Former newspaper editor John Berrill has died. He was 65. John, who was editor of the Haverhill Echo for 21 years, died in hospital following a short illness. He began his journalism career in 1953 at the Northamptonshire Evening Telegraph,