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18 Sep
2014

Former Times writer Barnes goes online with ESPN

Simon Barnes: will enjoy a more global perspective working for ESPN

ESPN says that Barnes will “write interviews, features, analysis, opinion and more” across football, cricket, rugby and golf for ESPN.co.uk, as well as ESPNFC.com and ESPNcricinfo

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18 Sep
2014

Pat’s over the Mooney with Sheldon Trophy

Pat Mooney, left, received the SJA Phil Sheldon Trophy at Muswell Hill from the Association chairman David Walker. Picture by Hugh Routledge

Pat Mooney produced a blistering performance to win the 2014 Phil Sheldon Trophy at Muswell Hill on Monday

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17 Sep
2014

Gloucestershire Echo: football writer

The Gloucestershire Echo is looking for a football writer to cover League 2’s Cheltenham Town. The ideal candidate will be able to write crisp, clean copy to tight deadlines, be web savvy and have an eye for design and detail when subbing pages

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16 Sep
2014

Mirror Online: data journalist

The successful candidate will have a flair for plucking these stories from the numbers and using charts, graphs and graphics to help tell them in a compelling way that will get others sharing them

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15 Sep
2014

Photographer Aspland puts his art into his book

A photographer of sport: Marc Aspland

The chief sports photographer of The Times was involved in a life-threatening road accident earlier this year, and the publication of this work is a vital boost in his recovery

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13 Sep
2014

Sunday Times: chief sub-editor, sport

With tight deadlines every Saturday, its production team needs to be well-organised, versatile and the best in the business at editing copy. We are searching for someone to lead this team in what is a demanding role

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12 Sep
2014

Telegraph Media Group: racing reporter

You will work closely with and support our racing correspondent. You will be expected to source and write accurate news stories and produce entertaining features as an integral part of the racing desk

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11 Sep
2014

Great Scots! Sports page stars who carried the saltire

The majestic Hugh McIlvanney: a Scot who has long graced the pages of British newspapers

What could be scarier for Scots ahead of next week’s referendum than being approach by “effing” David Cameron and Gordon Brown? This website may have the answer, with an impassioned plea for unity from NORMAN GILLER, who also commemorates the 50th anniversary of a newspaper closure which would see Fleet Street changed forever

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9 Sep
2014

Newcastle boss’s olive branch to local papers

Sunday Sun page

There could be a thawing in the Cold War between Premier League Newcastle United and three local newspapers – but it might take a veteran of 21st century war zones to broker it

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8 Sep
2014

Birmingham Mail sports editor’s job under threat

Birmingham Mail

Further to our report about the threat to the cricket writer’s job, digital changes at Trinity Mirror’s Midlands titles have placed four other posts at risk

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