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Sly Bailey to leave Trinity Mirror six months early
"Newspapers are a business like no other and it's been an absolute privilege to have led Trinity Mirror in this fascinating and all-consuming role.
Ian Burrell: A broken Mirror, or a reflection of the future of newspapers?
It's a moot point whether Trinity Mirror can afford a strategy like this. Perhaps more than any British media business this PLC has had to justify its investments to shareholders and not look far beyond its quarterly results. It still makes money - but ...
Children take to the skies to celebrate Jubilee
He welcomed young passengers from Walbottle Village Primary School in Newcastle, Bede Community Primary in Gateshead, Dame Dorothy Primary School in Sunderland, Durham Trinity School & Sports College, North Tyneside Carers' Centre, and ...
Bedlington family's fundraiser in memory of baby
WHEN little Joshua Bell made his way into the world, it should have been a joyful occasion. Shares. Get daily news by email. Invalid e-mail.
'Secret shoppers' to monitor swearing in non-league games
FOOTBALLERS and officials at some of Tyneside's top non-league clubs will have to watch their language after the launch of a “secret shoppers” programme to monitor swearing.
New wind farm plans threaten Wales' natural beauty, protestors claim
Conwy: Wind Power Wales Group plc is planning 10 turbines standing between 100 metre and 110 metre high at Llys Dymper, Gwytherin, Llanrwst.
Kingsley to play God and Jesus
Ferdinand Kingsley takes the roles of both God and Jesus in the York Mystery plays this summer. Credit: ITV News. The son of Scarborough born actor Sir Ben Kingsley will star in the 2012 York Mystery plays.
Marshalls set to cut 30 jobs at Southowram site
The hard landscaping supplier, which has its head office at Birkby and operations in Calderdale, is in talks with union officials and employees about the need to reduce output.
Elland cyclist Gary Haigh gets on his bike for Help for Heroes
AN ELLAND cyclist is getting on his bike to raise money for British troops injured in combat. Shares. Get daily news by email. Invalid e-mail.
Aberdeen trust snaps up UK construction groups
Morgan Sindall, Balfour Beatty and Interserve are all among the favourites of the Aberdeen Small Companies High Income trust. Comment.