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Big reshuffle to streamline Northcliffe's Western Newspapers

Up to ten newsroom jobs could go in a reorganisation of Northcliffe’s Western Newspapers weeklies. Changes being made under the Aim Higher cost reduction programme are set to “streamline” the management structure, with one editor retiring and her deputy’s post

News in brief

The ‘golden era’ of newspapers in Northern Ireland is to be remembered by comedian Frank Carson for the BBC’s Bits of Belfast TV series.He’ll meet up with News Letter columnist Mervyn Pauley to remember the days when four newspapers –

Ding dong! Weston journalists get in the swing…

Those have-a-go journalists from the Weston and Worle News have been getting into the swing again… They decided to learn the ropes and join a team of church bell ringers for their latest challenge. News editor Juliet Auty and reporters

Hacks enjoy a panto treat(Oh yes they did…)

Staff from a Somerset newsroom were in fine voice as they enjoyed their annual trip to the local pantomime. Reporters, subs and newsdesk staff from the Weston and Worle News reverted back to their childhood during a performance of Cinderella

Honours for news staff

Two westcountry newspaper staff have gained success in the academic field by successfully graduating from their universities. Weston and Worle News reporter Wenna Coombs has achieved a 2:1 in her BA (Hons) degree course in American Studies from the University

Bravo for CCTV says Juliet

A news editor got the chance to become ‘big brother’ after being invited behind the scenes at an urban CCTV camera room. Juliet Auty, who works for the Weston and Worle News, spent the evening with two police officers monitoring