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Talented journalist wins annual award 16th December 2011

Emily Heward, a senior reporter with the Halifax Courier, has won the Pamela Meyrick Award for her performance in the National Examination Certificate.

Celebrations for award-winning reporters 16th December 2011

Four newly-qualified senior reporters are celebrating after winning awards for exceptional performance in the November National Certificate Examination.

53 journalists achieve senior status in November NCE 16th December 2011

A further 53 journalists are celebrating achieving senior status after passing the National Certificate Examination for reporters.

NCTJ launches mobile careers website 16th December 2011

The NCTJ has launched a dedicated mobile website to provide careers advice to prospective journalism students.

NCTJ launches new health journalism short course 7th December 2011

The NCTJ is launching a new professional training course in health journalism as part of its programme of scheduled short courses.

Sky News exhibition 7th December 2011

Sky News is hosting a month long exhibition in association with Somerset House early next year that will take a look at three of the major stories of 2011; the Arab Spring, the Libyan conflict, and the London riots.

Editors debate regulation and ethics in journalism training at conference 6th December 2011

A panel of editors from around the UK debated the issues surrounding regulation and ethics in journalism training on day one of the NCTJ Journalism Skills Conference at Belfast Metropolitan College.

Media coverage of political issues discussed at the Journalism Skills Conference 6th December 2011

On the day of the largest industrial action seen in decades, the NCTJ Journalism Skills Conference discussed the role of the Northern Ireland media reporting during public sector strikes.

NCTJ chairman calls for action to “remind the world of the merits of a free press” 6th December 2011

Kim Fletcher, chairman of the NCTJ, has used the charity’s annual report to reinforce the importance of a free press and the value of training to ensure high standards.

Industry professionals host specialist workshops 2nd December 2011

Industry experts hosted a series of interactive workshops on the second day of the NCTJ Journalism Skills Conference.

The media in Northern Ireland 2nd December 2011

The final day of this year’s NCTJ Journalism Skills Conference commenced at the University of Ulster with a discussion about the media in Northern Ireland.

Gala dinner closes with a speech from Ray Snoddy 2nd December 2011

Ray Snoddy entertained delegates with an after-dinner speech at this year’s NCTJ Journalism Skills Conference at Belfast City Hall on 30 November.

Technology talk at the Journalism Skills Conference 2nd December 2011

The changing face of journalism was discussed at the digital skills and technology session at the NCTJ’s Journalism Skills Conference on 30 November.

Minister opens Journalism Skills Conference in Belfast 2nd December 2011

Junior minister Jonathan Bell MLA, opened the NCTJ Journalism Skills Conference in Belfast on 30 November with an address in which he commended the NCTJ.

Top performing NCTJ-accredited courses receive awards at the Journalism Skills Conference 30th November 2011

The five top performing NCTJ accredited courses 2010-11 were presented with awards following the gala dinner at the Journalism Skills Conference held at Belfast City Hall on 30 November.

NCTJ principal examiner honoured at Journalism Skills Conference 30th November 2011

Amanda Ball, lecturer at Nottingham Trent University and NCTJ principal examiner has been honoured with the 2011 NCTJ chairman’s award for her outstanding contribution to journalism training and education.

NCTJ anniversary conference this week 28th November 2011

The NCTJ is rounding off its 60th anniversary celebrations this year with a special Journalism Skills Conference in Belfast this Wednesday and Thursday – 30 November and 1 December.

A bright future in journalism for award-winning talent 14th November 2011

Top students and trainee journalists have been recognised and rewarded at this year’s NCTJ Awards for Excellence in Journalism.

NCTJ conference to open at Northern Ireland Assembly 11th November 2011

Delegates attending the NCTJ’s Journalism Skills Conference on 30 November will enjoy a keynote address and Q&A session with Fearghal McKinney, SDLP communications consultant and Mike Nesbitt, Strangford MLA and UUP economy spokesman.

More than one hundred trainees sit National Certificate Examination in November 8th November 2011

Trainee journalists across the UK sat the NCTJ National Certificate Examination on Friday, 4 November in a bid to gain senior qualification status.

Leveson Inquiry calls for information on ethics training 28th October 2011

The Leveson Inquiry into the culture practice and ethics of the press has asked for further information on “how ethics are taught and promulgated amongst journalists”

Journalists and academics to discuss the media in Northern Ireland 27th October 2011

A mixture of industry professionals and journalism academics will host a session on the media in Northern Ireland at this year’s NCTJ Journalism Skills Conference at the University of Ulster on 1 December.

Learn more about technology in journalism at anniversary conference 27th October 2011

Technology and digital skills in journalism will be covered in a special session at the NCTJ’s Journalism Skills Conference at Belfast Metropolitan College on 30 November.

NCTJ board accredits new courses 27th October 2011

The NCTJ’s board of directors has approved accreditation for the HND Practical Journalism course and the Diploma Journalism Day Release course at Adam Smith College in Fife, Scotland.

Regional editors to debate regulation and ethics at Journalism Skills Conference 25th October 2011

A panel of editors from around the UK will debate issues surrounding regulation and ethics at the NCTJ’s Journalism Skills Conference in Belfast on 30 November.

Ray Snoddy OBE to speak at NCTJ anniversary conference 25th October 2011

Ray Snoddy OBE will deliver the after-dinner speech at this year’s NCTJ Journalism Skills Conference at Belfast City Hall on 30 November.

"Social media skills are vital” agree experts at digital seminar 20th October 2011

Editors and journalists at the forefront of digital journalism discussed the importance of integrating digital journalism skills into training at the NCTJ Digital Journalism Seminar at Press Association in London.

Awards for Excellence shortlist 14th October 2011

The shortlist for the 2011 NCTJ Awards for Excellence in Journalism is now available online.

Public Affairs student wins work experience 12th October 2011

As part of the NCTJ’s 60th anniversary celebrations this year, the Local Government Chronicle is providing one lucky NCTJ student with a week’s paid work experience this autumn.

Discounted flights for those attending NCTJ Journalism Skills Conference 10th October 2011

Delegates attending the NCTJ's 60th anniversary Journalism Skills Conference in Belfast on 30 November and 1 December 2011, can now take advantage of discounted flights to the city, thanks to Easyjet.

Industry professionals to host conference workshops 7th October 2011

A series of interactive workshops have been planned for the second day of the NCTJ’s Journalism Skills Conference in Belfast on 1 December, each involving industry experts.

Stellar line-up for NCTJ Digital Journalism Seminar 29th September 2011

Additional keynote speakers have been announced for the National Council for the Training of Journalists’ Digital Journalism Seminar on 20 October 2011, at Press Association in London.

NCTJ photography exhibitors honoured at national awards 26th September 2011

Two talented press photographers, whose work was on display as part of the NCTJ Photography Exhibition, have been honoured at the UK Picture Editors Guild Awards 2011

Supporters celebrate success of Journalism Diversity Fund 23rd September 2011

Past and present bursary recipients along with media industry professionals met on Thursday to celebrate the achievements of those who have recently completed their journalism training.

Journalism Diversity Fund celebratory lunch 21st September 2011

The annual celebratory reception and lunch for the Journalism Diversity Fund is taking place tomorrow, 22 September at Pearson in London.

Nosweat Journalism Training - Updated 19th September 2011

The NCTJ is not trading with Nosweat Journalism Training.

Celebrations for Public Affairs award winner 19th September 2011

Danny Bell, who graduated from City College Brighton and Hove this summer, has won the NCTJ Public Affairs Award for 2010-11.

Celebrations for Public Affairs award winner 19th September 2011

Danny Bell, who graduated from City College Brighton and Hove this summer, has won the NCTJ Public Affairs Award for 2010-11.

John Pienaar entertains delegates at NCTJ Public Affairs Seminar 19th September 2011

John Pienaar, Radio 5 Live's chief political correspondent and presenter of Pienaar's Politics, delivered an entertaining and informative keynote address at the NCTJ’s Public Affairs Seminar last Friday, 16 September.

NCTJ Photography Exhibition now open in Sheffield 15th September 2011

The NCTJ Photography Exhibition is now on display at the Winter Gardens in Sheffield and is open to the public until 23 September 2011.

Celebrations for NCTJ 'Star of the Future' 2nd September 2011

Cottingham schoolgirl, Katie Dixon, was yesterday presented with her prize for winning the NCTJ’s Stars of the Future competition.

First speakers announced for NCTJ Digital Journalism Seminar 2nd September 2011

The National Council for the Training of Journalists is delighted to announce the first keynote speakers at the Digital Journalism Seminar on 20 October 2011, at Press Association in London.

‘Evolution’ not ‘revolution’ for the NCE 19th August 2011

A major review of the National Certificate Examination has concluded that: “What is required is for the exam to evolve; there is no demand for a revolution.”.

Still time to enter NCTJ Awards for Excellence 2011 17th August 2011

Time is running out for students and trainees to enter the NCTJ Awards for Excellence in Journalism. The deadline for entries is now just a month away, on 16 September 2011.

NCTJ Photography Exhibition moves to Sheffield 17th August 2011

Following a successful run at The Guardian in London this summer, the NCTJ Photography Exhibition is to be on display at the Winter Gardens in Sheffield from 14 to 23 September 2011.

Cardiff graduate wins double NCE award 12th August 2011

After gaining her National Certificate last month, Tara Russell, now a senior reporter at the Southern Daily Echo, has added reason to smile after she scooped two awards for her exceptional performance in July’s NCE.

Journalists across the UK celebrate recognition of seniority 12th August 2011

38 newly-qualified senior journalists are celebrating this week after being told they had passed July’s National Certificate Examination for reporters.

Head of exams to leave the NCTJ 9th August 2011

Joanne Aitchison, the NCTJ’s head of examinations, is to leave her role before the end of the year to return to her native Liverpool.

John Pienaar to speak at Public Affairs Seminar 8th August 2011

John Pienaar, Radio 5 Live's chief political correspondent and presenter of Pienaar's Politics, is to be a keynote speaker at the NCTJ’s Public Affairs Seminar next month.

NCTJ board re-accredits twenty one courses 5th August 2011

The NCTJ’s board of directors has re-accredited 21 journalism courses at 14 centres and has not renewed accreditation of two courses at one centre.

NCTJ training "provided a solid foundation" says Sky News correspondent 2nd August 2011

The NCTJ's alumnus of the month for August is Robert Nisbet, currently Sky News' US correspondent based in Washington D.C and soon to become Europe correspondent in Brussels.

NCTJ launches new short course programme 29th July 2011

The NCTJ has launched a revised programme of short courses based at its in-house training facility in Essex.

NCTJ announces Digital Journalism Seminar 29th July 2011

The National Council for the Training of Journalists is to run an exciting one-day seminar on 20 October 2011, at Press Association in London, focusing on integrating digital journalism skills into training.

Shorthand success celebrated in Glasgow 20th July 2011

The winner of the NCTJ’s award for the best shorthand performance at 110/120wpm, sponsored by Ryman, was presented with his prize at the Glasgow branch of the stationery store on Monday.

The Journalism Diversity Fund “is exactly what is needed” says BBC Radio 5 presenter 13th July 2011

The Journalism Diversity Fund made its radio debut on Friday.

Trainees sitting July’s NCE tackle stories of heroics and rare sightings 13th July 2011

80 trainees sat the NCTJ’s National Certificate Examination on Friday, 8 July at seven centres across the UK.

Former NCTJ student joins the Society of Editors 12th July 2011

An NCTJ graduate from the University of Kent has beaten off stiff competition to win the role of research assistant at the Society of Editors.

NCTJ celebrates milestone birthday 7th July 2011

More than 100 guests from the media and education joined The National Council for the Training of Journalists in celebrating its 60th birthday at a party last night in London.

Katie Dixon is our 'Star of the Future' 1st July 2011

Katie Dixon, a 16-year-old student from Cottingham High School in the East Riding of Yorkshire, has won the NCTJ’s Stars of the Future competition.

Student reps lobby NCTJ directors 30th June 2011

Four representatives from the Student Council attended the NCTJ’s June board meeting to give their views about their training and qualifications.

NCTJ celebrates 60 years of quality journalism training 22nd June 2011

This year the National Council for the Training of Journalists is celebrating its 60th anniversary of providing quality journalism training.

Shorthand performance rewarded at seminar 17th June 2011

Hannah Scott, the winner of the Archant award for best performance in the 100wpm shorthand exam, received her prize from Archant North London group editor, Geoff Martin, at the NCTJ’s shorthand seminar in London yesterday.

“You cannot be a reporter without shorthand” says Sun managing editor 17th June 2011

Managing editor of The Sun, Graham Dudman, gave an impassioned speech about the importance of shorthand in journalism, at the NCTJ’s annual shorthand seminar.

NCTJ Photography Exhibition opens at The Guardian 14th June 2011

The NCTJ Photography Exhibition was officially opened on Friday, 10 June.

Ryman announced as sponsor of NCTJ shorthand award 14th June 2011

Ryman, the UK’s largest specialist stationery store, is to sponsor the National Council for the Training of Journalists’ award for the best shorthand performance at 110/120 words per minute.

NCTJ Photography Exhibition opens tomorrow 9th June 2011

The NCTJ Photography Exhibition, taking place at The Guardian in London, officially opens tomorrow on 10 June 2011.

Herbert Smith LLP announced as key sponsor for NCTJ conference 6th June 2011

The National Council for the Training of Journalists is delighted to announce that Herbert Smith LLP is to be one of the leading sponsors of the Journalism Skills Conference in Belfast on 30 November and 1 December 2011.

Joy for two photographers who passed first NCE exams held at The New Granary 3rd June 2011

A press photographer and a photojournalist have each passed their National Certificate Examination which was held for the first time at the NCTJ’s offices in Newport, Essex.

Sports Journalism award winner reports on Championship play-off final 1st June 2011

Trainee journalist Steve Scott was rubbing shoulders with seasoned sports reporters at the Championship play-off final on Monday – his prize from the Football League for the best performance in the Sports Journalism exam last year.

Archant to sponsor NCTJ shorthand award 18th May 2011

Archant, the UK's largest independently-owned regional media business, is to sponsor the National Council for the Training of Journalists’ award for the best shorthand performance at 100 words per minute, underlining its commitment to quality journalism.

NCTJ anniversary conference now open for bookings 17th May 2011

Early bird bookings are now being taken for the 2011 National Council for the Training of Journalists’ Journalism Skills Conference in Northern Ireland.

NCTJ Awards for Excellence in Journalism 2011 launched 12th May 2011

The NCTJ Awards for Excellence in Journalism 2011 are now open for entries from students and trainees around the UK.

NCTJ launches entry level industry standard qualification for broadcast journalism 12th May 2011

Catherine Houlihan, chief examiner for broadcast journalism at the National Council for the Training of Journalists and head of news at ITV Anglia, has officially launched the new qualification for broadcast journalists.

New shorthand workshops from the NCTJ 11th May 2011

The NCTJ is running a series of one-day workshops for anyone who needs help with shorthand note-taking or needs to brush up their skills before sitting exams.

Still time to enter NCTJ Stars of the Future competition 11th May 2011

There is still time to enter the National Council for the Training of Journalists’ competition to find journalism’s ‘Stars of the Future’.

Shorthand “as important as ever” says NCTJ chairman 10th May 2011

NCTJ chairman Kim Fletcher discussed the importance of shorthand on today’s edition of BBC Radio 4’s Word of Mouth programme, that explored the history of shorthand and its usefulness in the present day.

NCTJ students contribute to election night coverage 10th May 2011

More than 20 students on the NCTJ-accredited fast-track journalism course at News Associates in Manchester contributed to election night coverage on 5 May.

One month until NCTJ Photography Exhibition opens 10th May 2011

The NCTJ Photography Exhibition will officially open one month from today on 10 June 2011 at The Guardian in London.

NCTJ chairman to discuss shorthand on BBC Radio 4’s Word of Mouth programme 9th May 2011

NCTJ Chairman Kim Fletcher will be discussing the importance of shorthand on BBC Radio 4’s Word of Mouth programme on Tuesday 10 May at 4pm.

Student videos capture the excitement of the Royal Wedding for Sky News 6th May 2011

Two students on the NCTJ-accredited journalism course at Lambeth College had their video selected by Sky News as part of the broadcaster’s Royal Wedding coverage.

NCTJ tutor awarded academic fellowship 5th May 2011

The head of journalism at Brunel University’s two NCTJ-accredited courses has been awarded an academic fellowship by The Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma, based at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism in New York.

Three time RTS winner is May's alumnus of the month 3rd May 2011

May's featured alumnus is Sky News' Alex Crawford, who has won the Royal Television Society (RTS) Journalist of the Year award three times.

Training pathways into journalism jobs 28th April 2011

The National Council for the Training of Journalists has published information about the pre-entry training received by those qualifying as seniors in the March National Certificate Examination.

NCTJ to run seminar for budding photographers 20th April 2011

The NCTJ is running a seminar for budding press photographers and photojournalists on Friday, 10 June.

Hastings reporter bags two NCE awards 14th April 2011

A newly-qualified senior reporter at the Hastings & St Leonards Observer is celebrating today after winning two awards for his exceptional performance in the March National Certificate Examination.

Increase in pass rate of first-timers suggests trainees better equipped when joining papers 14th April 2011

Another 49 journalists have achieved senior status after passing the National Certificate Examination, acknowledged by editors as the industry’s national standard for professional journalists.

NCTJ anniversary conference to visit Belfast 14th April 2011

The NCTJ is to round off its 60th anniversary celebrations this year with a special Journalism Skills Conference in Northern Ireland.

NCTJ course at Nottingham Trent tops Unistats tables for graduate employment 13th April 2011

With all the reports of lack of recruitment in the media industry, you’d be forgiven for thinking that it’s almost impossible to find work as a young graduate. However Unistats’ figures show a different story for students on one NCTJ-accredited journalism degree, which is currently top of the list for graduate employment statistics.

Just three weeks left to apply for the first round of diversity bursaries 8th April 2011

The deadline for applying to the Journalism Diversity Fund for a bursary is fast approaching, so potential students need to get their applications in quick.

"NCTJ training is a must for any aspiring journalist." says BBC presenter 6th April 2011

Nick Owen is a regional and national television journalist who is currently the main presenter on BBC Midlands Today. Nick is the NCTJ's featured alumnus for April 2011.

Nationwide journalism competition seeks out new stars 5th April 2011

The National Council for the Training of Journalists is running a competition to find journalism’s ‘Stars of the Future’ in partnership with regional newspapers all over the UK.

Top journalists praise new edition of public affairs book 31st March 2011

The second edition of Essential Public Affairs for Journalists, published today by Oxford University Press, was written by James Morrison, a freelance journalist and writer, senior lecturer in journalism at Kingston University and an examiner and member of the NCTJ’s examinations board for public affairs.

Top appointments boost NCTJ’s broadcast credentials 23rd March 2011

The National Council for the Training of Journalists is strengthening its broadcast credentials with two new industry appointments. Stephen Mitchell, deputy director and head of programmes at BBC News, is the new chairman of the Journalism Qualifications Board, and John Ryley, head of Sky News, has joined the board of directors.

NCTJ Photography Exhibition 17th March 2011

The NCTJ is holding an exhibition of press photography and photojournalism as part of the 60th anniversary celebrations this summer.

New edition of Essential Public Affairs for Journalists 17th March 2011

The second edition of Essential Public Affairs for Journalists by James Morrison is now available to order from the NCTJ online shop.

New courses awarded NCTJ accreditation 17th March 2011

The NCTJ’s board of directors has accredited five new journalism courses and discontinued accreditation of one course. Directors also confirmed the renewal of accreditation for seven courses at their meeting on 10 March 2011.

Trainee reporter stands up for freedom of the press 17th March 2011

A trainee reporter has managed to successfully challenge a motion from a council leader to exclude him from an important meeting.

NCTJ trainee honoured at Media Awards 17th March 2011

A talented trainee journalist won a top prize at the annual Midlands Media Awards at Edgbaston cricket ground last night.

Trainee reporters put to the test in first NCE of 2011 7th March 2011

79 trainees sat the National Certificate Examinationon 4 March, 51 for the first time and 28 re-sits, at eight different centres across the UK.

Staffordshire University students shortlisted for Midlands awards 7th March 2011

One current and two former students from Staffordshire University’s two NCTJ-accredited journalism courses have been shortlisted in the 2011 Midlands Media Awards.

Successful magazine editor pays tribute to her NCTJ training 7th March 2011

The NCTJ's featured alumnus for March 2011 is Lindsay Nicholson - editorial director of Good Housekeeping magazine and also a regular columnist for the Daily Mail.

NCTJ photographer is awarded freedom of city 28th February 2011

Award-winning press photographer Allan Williamson has been honoured by being made a Freeman of the City of Lichfield, in recognition of his photographic talent.

Diversity fund recipient selected for ITV News’ award-winning trainee scheme 24th February 2011

An up-and-coming news reporter helped by the Journalism Diversity Fund has beaten off competition from almost 650 applicants to secure one of eight traineeships at ITV News.

NCTJ strikes gold 24th February 2011

The NCTJ has achieved Investors in People Gold, the highest national award for best management practice and people development.

NCTJ Chairman honours Walter Greenwood for exceptional service 22nd February 2011

Kim Fletcher has presented Walter Greenwood with the 2010 Chairman’s Award for his outstanding contribution to journalism training and education.

Students told ‘find the story, find the job’ 14th February 2011

Good writing, passion and shorthand are what you need to succeed, was the message to students at this year’s Student Council at Press Association in London.

NCTJ training “brilliant preparation for a career in journalism” ITV News at Ten presenter tells 14th February 2011

Award-winning newscaster Mark Austin spoke to NCTJ students at this year’s Student Council forum in London about his career and offered advice to those starting out in journalism.

Top media law performers recognised 14th February 2011

The best performers in this year’s Media Law exams were honoured at the Student Council on 11 February, winning awards sponsored by Johnston Press and Oxford University Press.

Quality sports journalism celebrated at Student Council 14th February 2011

The three top NCTJ sports journalism students have been awarded prizes from The Football League for their outstanding exam performance.

First Sky News scholarship winner bags newspaper reporting job 9th February 2011

An NCTJ student, who was the first to be awarded the Sky News Bob Friend Memorial Scholarship, has secured a full-time job in journalism, despite the fact that he doesn’t graduate until the summer.

Diversity fund recipient celebrates first year in journalism with team recognition at East of Englan 4th February 2011

Trainee journalist Sam Smith, who received a bursary from the Journalism Diversity Fund in 2009, was yesterday part of the Brentwood Gazette reporting team recognised at the East of England Media Awards.

Another award for talented press photographer 4th February 2011

A young NCTJ-trained press photographer is celebrating for the second time in as many months after winning News Photographer of the Year at the EDF East of England Media Awards last night.

Award-winning presenter to speak at Student Council 1st February 2011

Award winning ITV News at Ten presenter Mark Austin is to be the keynote speaker at this year’s NCTJ Student Council forum.

NCE review gets underway with national online survey 31st January 2011

A comprehensive review of the National Certificate Examination begins this week with the launch of an online survey of the views of newspaper editors across the UK.

Students to share their opinions at annual meeting 31st January 2011

Student journalists will have the chance to network and share their views at the fourth NCTJ Student Council meeting next month in London.

Two picture editors appointed to NCTJ photography board 31st January 2011

Jonathan Barry, picture editor of the Worcester News, and Paul Walters, director and picture editor of the South West News Service, are joining the NCTJ photography examinations board.

Dunfermline Press reporter wins prestigious TS Murray award 31st January 2011

A senior reporter at the Dunfermline Press has been awarded the prestigious T S Murray award by the Society of Editors Scotland for his performance in the NCTJ’s National Certificate Examination.

NCTJ student gets a permanent reminder of training 18th January 2011

A journalism student at Staffordshire University is so dedicated to her course she had her name tattooed on her leg - in shorthand!

Regional talent recognised at the North East Press Awards 17th January 2011

The North East Press Awards 2010 took place last week in South Shields.

Diploma in Journalism distance learning available from February 14th January 2011

The eagerly awaited NCTJ Diploma in Journalism distance learning programme will go on sale in early February 2011.

Talented trainee wins prestigious award 13th January 2011

A talented trainee reporter who completed the NCTJ accredited MA in Journalism at Brunel University just a few months ago, has received a prestigious award.

Walter Greenwood reviews eighth edition of Scots Law for Journalists 13th January 2011

The new edition of Scots Law for Journalists has been praised as “authoritative and yet highly readable” by media law guru Walter Greenwood in his review of the book for the NCTJ.

Hunt for next generation of diverse journalists begins 12th January 2011

Aspiring journalists are once again being given the chance to receive financial support and assistance on NCTJ-accredited courses, thanks to the Journalism Diversity Fund.

Be part of the Royal Wedding coverage on Sky News 11th January 2011

Sky News are looking for short films about celebrations in different parts of the UK to provide an alternative view of the wedding day on 29 April 2011.

NCTJ training gives you 'important edge' says Welsh Rugby chief 4th January 2011

John Williams is the head of group communications for the Welsh Rugby Union Group.