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Newbury News

Trainee Sports Reporter – Newbury News (South)


The award-winning Newbury Weekly News is looking for a highly-motivated trainee sports reporter to join its busy and friendly team covering West Berkshire and North Hampshire. The successful candidate will be responsible for providing all sports content for our newspaper’s sports section, website and social media channels, plus some…


IBP Summer Internship Scheme 2024


Want to kick start your career by gaining vital experience in the workplace? If you’re a student or graduate of a journalism or PR course and fancy working in the built environment media, the International Building Press…


Court Reporter – Newsquest (Worcester)

We are looking for an exceptional journalist to take the reins of our court reporting in Worcester. One of the most important roles in the newsroom, we want much more than someone who sits in court – we are looking for exclusive investigations, backgrounders,…

National World

Courts and Crime Correspondent

Building on our already successful reader revenue strategy, The Yorkshire Post requires a courts and crime specialist. The successful candidate will be a senior journalist, qualified with at least 100wpm shorthand. We want you to produce exclusive content, including…

Mark Allen

Deputy Editor – Mark Allen (London)

DEPUTY EDITOR –  (IVT) THE LEADING GLOBAL BRAND FOR INDUSTRIAL VEHICLE TECHNOLOGY, DESIGN AND ENGINEERING Do you want to be involved in creating a high-end print magazine that is recognised and respected across the international off-highway machinery industry?…

National World


The Midland News Association is looking for two journalists with experience and enthusiasm to join its team. We are particularly looking for senior reporters with experience in driving substantial online audience and the ability to take on complicated background news…


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