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Tributes paid to journalist found dead at cliffs

Tributes have been paid to a former regional press journalist who died after falling from cliffs. The body of Robert House was found at the foot of cliffs in Rhossili last week. Police are not treating his death as suspicious.

New editor chosen for south Wales daily

Richard Williams is to become the new editor of the South Wales Echo. Currently editor-in-chief of the Evening Leader in Wrexham, he will succeed Alastair Milburn, who announced plans to launch his own media and PR agency earlier this year.

Business venture beckons for Echo editor

South Wales Echo editor Alastair Milburn is leaving the Cardiff-based newspaper to set up his own business. The 35-year-old, who has edited the Echo for the past three years, plans to launch his own media and PR agency, advising businesses

Laptop winner is revealed!

Chris Wathan, from the Westgate Sports Agency in Cardiff, has been crowned the prince of punctuation after winning our contest for a laptop computer. He sent in a corrected version of a passage placed on Holdthefrontpage to mark the release

Wales journalists protest at Trinity cuts

Journalists working for Trinity Mirror’s Cardiff-based operation are taking action to stem proposed job cuts at the Western Mail, South Wales Echo, Wales on Sunday and Celtic Newspapers. Fifty posts are to be made redundant at the company, Western Mail

Redundancies sought at Trinity's Welsh operation

Fifty posts are to be made redundant at the Western Mail & Echo Ltd, parent company Trinity Mirror has announced. The cuts will affect all areas of the business, including The Western Mail, South Wales Echo, Wales on Sunday and

Mark prepares to travel after journalism bursary win

South Wales Argus reporter Mark Choueke is the latest recipient of the annual Nick Lewis Memorial Travel Bursary. Mark is the third South Wales Argus trainee to receive the £1,000 award to travel overseas and research a story linked with

Fowler appointed to head The Toronto Sun

Former regional press editor Neil Fowler has been appointed publisher and chief executive officer of The Toronto Sun. He will relocate from South Wales at the end of next month after being headhunted before Christmas. Neil, (47), is a former