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LASTING LEGACY Former deputy editor of the Journal, Kevin Overbury, and his wife Karen
He held a variety of roles with the publication including deputy chief sub-editor, chief features sub-editor, features editor, assistant editor Evening Mail and deputy editor.
Mr Harding, 71, pictured left, who lived in Linthorpe, Middlesbrough, joined the Evening Gazette as deputy editor in 1978.
A brief period as a freelance was followed by his appointment as deputy editor of the Daily Star.
June 29, 2011 (LONDON) -- The deputy editor of Rai Al-Shaab newspaper, closely aligned with the opposition Popular Congress Party (PCP) could face the death penalty or life imprisonment, reported Reporters Without Borders on Tuesday.
Spanish El Pais Deputy Editor Lluis Bassets said there is a certain similarity between the experience of Tunisia and Spain in matters of democratic transition.
Jo Bruce, deputy editor of pub industry magazine Morning Advertiser, which runs the awards, said: "The Almanack has seized the opportunity by offering everything from breakfasts to morning coffees, afternoon teas and sharing platters available all hours.
Urich* –> Wayne Hoffman, deputy editor of Nextbook Press
Mohan is currently the newspaper's deputy editor and was a hot favourite for the job, following Brooks's promotion to CEO of News International, the tabloid's parent company, after spending six years at The Sun as editor.
Roger Monkman, press and PR executive at Birmingham Chamber of Commerce and Industry and deputy editor of ChamberLink magazine, is leaving after nearly ten years.
JUDGES: Kathy Seeker and the Chronicle's deputy editor Chris Styles
Mark Elliott Shapiro, the new Deputy Editor of the JBQ was born in Toronto and has been living in Israel since 1970.

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