Monthly Archives: August 2006

Something for the weekend

Posted by Dom   As the ‘newbie’ on the MSN Homepage editorial team, I’ve been spending my first two weeks here getting settled in. The speed at which the world moves today, however, even in the so-called ‘silly season’, means … Continue reading

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‘Tis the season to print folly?

Posted by Laura   August – here at last; the month of holidays and sunshine and long lazy days, of school-run-free roads, barbecues and beaches. Yes, August is truly the month of the carefree and relaxed. But it has a … Continue reading

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Right to reply

Posted by Ian   There’s an old rule of journalism which says if you’re covering a contentious story involving two aggrieved parties, and receive complaints accusing you of being biased towards not one but both of them, chances are your … Continue reading

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It’s still number one

Posted by Ian   A few words from our Search Editor, Lee Harvey:   "The final edition of Top of the Pops got five million viewers and prompted a surge of music queries on MSN Search.   "I’m really pleased … Continue reading

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