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Tributes paid to former County Times sports editor

Tributes have been paid to former West Sussex County Times sports editor Basil Dawson, who has died aged 89. Basil was in charge of the County Times’ sports pages for 24 years and was given a fond farewell when he

Bike crash kills journalist at 31

Tributes have been paid to a former regional press journalist killed in a motorcycle accident aged just 31. Jamie Bartle, who began his career at the West Sussex County Times, died of injuries that he received when his 1000cc motorcycle

Johnston's Cammiade takes on NS marketing role

Danny Cammiade has been appointed as the Newspaper Society’s new marketing committee chairman. Director of operations for Johnston Press, he is a long-serving member of the committee, which deals the society’s communications work in advertising, newspaper sales, readership, events and

Editors must stand trial

Legal arguments to dismiss the case against two Sussex newspaper editors accused of breaching a high court order have been rejected – and the pair must return for trial on March 5. Evening Argus editor Simon Bradshaw, and West Sussex

Editors prosecuted over s39 order

Page 1 of 2 Two newspaper editors from the regional press have appeared in court accused of breaking a Section 39 order concerning the identification of a child. The rare prosecution could set a precedent for journalists reporting court cases

Courier editor moves on

The editor of two Kent and Sussex newspapers has left after nine years at the helm. Martin Oxley is leaving his role at the East Grinstead Courier and Kent and Sussex Courier to join his wife in a new business.

Parliament could step in on Section 39 rules

An early day motion has been tabled in Parliament after two editors were convicted of breaking a Section 39 court order. Worthing MP Peter Bottomley is asking for a revision of the current law to allow responsible editors to publish

Editors convicted in S39 case

Page 1 of 2 Two Sussex newspaper editors have been convicted in a case which could set a precedent for journalists reporting court cases involving children. Evening Argus editor Simon Bradshaw, and West Sussex County Times editorial director David Briffett,

Court order "too vague"

A “vague” court order has been blamed for the conviction of two Sussex newspaper editors who appeared in court accused of contravening a Section 39 anonymity order. Two editors, Simon Bradshaw of The Argus and David Briffet, formerly of the

Sussex S39 case:"An occupational hazard"

Page 1 of 2 The editors convicted of breaking a ban on identifying a child expelled from school are considering an appeal. Simon Bradshaw, of the Evening Argus, and David Briffett, of the West Sussex County Times, were each fined

Sussex editors are cleared

Page 1 of 2 Two Sussex newspaper editors have won a landmark test case about reporting court hearings involving children. Argus editor Simon Bradshaw, and former editorial director of the West Sussex County Times David Briffett, have been cleared of

Weekly Newspaper Award winners announced

The Newbury Weekly News and Hunts Post took the top honours at the Newspaper Society Weekly Newspaper Awards last night. The Newbury Weekly News was crowned Paid-for Weekly Newspaper of the Year, judges hailing it as “a supreme example of

Weekly newspapers line up for annual industry awards

Journalists from weekly newspapers around the country are to gather in Warwickshire for the Weekly Newspaper Awards. The Forest of Arden Marriott hotel will host the Newspaper Society event on Thursday. The judges will reward both advertising and editorial successes