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Tributes paid to editor killed in climbing accident

Tributes have been paid to regional newspaper editor Trevor Walls, who fell to his death during a solo mountain hike. Trevor, who had edited weekly newspaper The Glaswegian for almost two years, fell while climbing Buachaille Etive Mor in Glencoe.

Launch party for revamped free weekly

A launch party last night celebrated the redesign and refocus of The Glaswegian. The free newspaper, launched in 1996 as a paid-for, unveiled a fresh 64-page full-colour design. The first edition of the revamped product was being distributed to more

Life IS local ABC figures show

For the third consecutive year more than half of all regional newspaper titles have sold more copies, with 61% of weekly titles enjoying a year-on-year increase. Newspaper Society marketing director, Chris Stanley, said: “As media choice continues to grow and

Sales figures show winners and losers

MORE than 50 regional daily newspapers lost sales in the second half of 1999, new figures show. But the message from the Newspaper Society was upbeat after data for 1,224 daily and weekly titles was published on the same day