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Katy signs off

West Briton reporter Katy Young is taking part in a cultural exchange to South Korea – a venture sponsored by Rotary International. In her final diary home, from an article which first appeared in the West Briton, she describes local

What Katy did next

West Briton reporter Katy Young is taking part in a cultural exchange to South Korea – a venture sponsored by Rotary International. In her third diary home, from an article which first appeared in the West Briton, she describes journalism

Old Briton filed in museum

A rare ’emergency’ copy of the West Briton and Royal Cornwall Gazette, discovered by a reader, has been filed at the Royal Cornwall Museum in Truro. The edition’s date is July 2 1959, and was an emergency edition with no

What Katy did

West Briton reporter Katy Young is taking part in a cultural exchange to South Korea – a venture sponsored by Rotary International. In her first report back to the paper she describes her experiences with an ‘evil teeth fish dish’,

Sampling South Korea

West Briton reporter Katy Young is taking part in a cultural exchange to South Korea – a venture sponsored by Rotary International. Here, in an article which first appeared in the West Briton, she tells of her hopes and fears

Readership up by 500,000:ABC figures released

Page 3 of 3 Fifty-two per cent of weekly titles increased their circulation but aggregate sales were down by 0.6 per cent. The West Briton Series has the highest circulation – 50,785 copies, 100% of which are actively purchased. Manchester

Nigel keeps his promise to bride – after 20 years

When Joanne Trenoweth was just a youngster she was impressed to see next-door neighbour Nigel Salmon drive home in a top-of-the-range road test car. At the time Nigel was the motoring correspondent of The Cornishman. Joanne asked him if he

Latest circulation figures highlight strong performers

New figures from the Audit Bureau of Circulations show a number of successes among regional titles. Smaller daily titles have performed particularly well, and while some larger titles have been affected by the reduction in bulk sales, a number of

Base sale growth main feature in latest ABCs

Latest circulation figures show that almost all regional newspapers are “actively purchased”, with figures no longer taking into account bulk drops and free copies. The Audit Bureau Circulations data for January to June this year shows that 80 per cent

Nominees for the EDF Energy South West Media Awards 2007

The full list of nominees for the EDF Energy South West Media Awards 2007, held in association with holdthefrontpage.co.uk. Daily Newspaper of the Year Western Morning News Bristol Evening Post Swindon Advertiser Western Daily Press Weekly Newspaper of the Year

South West Media Awards winners announced

The 2005 winners of the EDF Energy South West Media Awards are: Newspaper Photographer of the Year: Gareth Williams, Express & Echo. “These were impressive pictures of real people in real situations, demonstrating style and technical competence. Gareth’s enthusiasm shines