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Guardian editor wins MD role

Warrington Guardian editor Jan Lever is to become managing director of Newsquest (Blackburn). She is already editorial director for Newsquest (Cheshire) and will take up her new role on January 1. Jan began her career by training as a journalist

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The journalist that broke the story of former a Miss World being an unmarried mother – a revelation that led to her losing her crown – has confessed to feeling guilt over the story’s repercussions.Broadcaster Tim Richards, who was at

"Perfect journalist" Diane says a fond farewell

Staff at the Rhyl Journal have said goodbye and good luck to deputy editor Diane Ashton, who has retired after almost 40 years in journalism. Diane, (56), spent 18 years at the Journal, working as chief reporter before being appointed

Fugitive protests innocence – and points out spelling error

A fugitive wanted in connection with an armed robbery telephoned the Warrington Guardian to protest his innocence – and to complain that his name had been misspelled in a court report. Guardian crime reporter Paul Keaveny was taken aback when

Newsroom quintet completes Race for Life

Five journalists from the Warrington Guardian in Cheshire were among hundreds of women who ran in the Race For Life to raise cash for Cancer Research UK. Deputy editor Nicola Priest, sub-editor Melanie Moore, features sub-editor Michelle Corbett, reporter Jenni

Newsquest's Guardian series appoints new publisher

The Guardian series in the North West, which includes the Runcorn & Widnes World, has a new publisher, Eleanor Underhill. Eleanor took up her new post after Chris Hughes was promoted to regional managing director for Newsquest (North West). She

Welcome 'queen Kerry' home in style, says Guardian

Queen of the jungle Kerry McFadden should be welcomed home with civic reception in her honour, says the Warrington Guardian. Hot on the heels of its Vote Kerry campaign, her home town newspaper is urging local council chiefs to roll

Keep Kerry in the jungle!

Kerry McFadden should stay in the jungle – that’s the view of the Warrington Guardian, which has launched a campaign to keep her in a reality TV show. The cry-baby has emerged as the favourite to be first to be