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Saturday, May 18, 2013
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Defending the freedom of the press
This year's Local Newspaper Week runs from May 13th to 19th
This year the theme is press freedom, focussing on the importance of the role played by the local press in scrutinising authority and holding the powerful to account.
Joyce Sharland-Brown, a Tindle News editorial manager, spoke to Sir Ray Tindle about the theme of the week.
COALWAY father Will James, 41, was killed, following an accident on one of the Dean's busiest roads, between Brierley and Mireystock.
read on...TRAVELLERS have won the right to stay in Newent after winning their latest appeal in a long-running battle.
A DISUSED sawmills on the outskirts of Coleford could become the site for a new Forest hotel. read on...
HE’S the nail artist to the stars and has worked with Kate Moss on developing her own range of nail polish. read on...
WALKERS Jo Burns and Stuart Scotford are upset after seeing part of the well known Highmeadow Trail being fenced off. read on...
DUNCAN Bell has signed a new contract to coach Lydney next season.
The 25-year-old from Lydney had planned to go to ... read on
RUARDEAN Hill Rangers have won their second league title in as many years.
Last year’s North Glos League champs crept up on the inside rail ... read on
SKIPPER Tristan Veale says there’s no chance of the side breaking up, following Newent’s incredible RFU Junior Vase success at Twickenham on Saturday.... read on
SATURDAY was one of the proudest days in Forest rugby history as two teams from the district contested national finals at Twickenham.
Ironica... read on
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