14 August 2022

Urgent action needed on cost-of-living crisis

In the paper this week, we feature an in-depth interview (page 14) with Shores CEO Jayne Nendick on the increasing cost-of-living crisis, after last week’s ...
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Hats off to the carnival team!

Time and space are a bit against me again this week. That sounds rather grander than it is – it’s nothing to do with science ...
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That was a hot one…

I do hope you came through it unscathed, although on the coast it was, in my experience, significantly cooler because of the sea breeze. It’s ...
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By Royal Appointment…

Just before the Jubilee weekend, which seems about a million years ago now, our small but perfectly formed team here at the Gazette produced a ...
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Life is short – eat the cake…

WOO HOO! The sun’s out! And I’m sitting here indoors putting this paper to press. I hope you appreciate the terrible sacrifice I am making, ...
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Hats off to the unsung heroes making Jubilee celebrations happen

It’s finally here! Whether you’ll be indulging in a bit of flag-waving this long weekend or shutting your curtains to it all (and that’s absolutely ...
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All hands to the pump for our Jubilee special

I’M BACK! Did you miss me? On second thoughts, don’t answer that… I enjoyed my “holiday” last week, which really was a staycation in the ...
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Don’t miss our holiday guide and writing contest

I’ve been shunted to page 4 this week, so I’ve not got much space (hooray, I hear you cry!), so I’ll just draw your attention ...
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It’s good to be back

At last, I’m back in the office. While sitting on the settee with a laptop and a cat is quite nice, it really does make ...
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Covid 1 – Sam 0

WELL, it got me in the end. As I write this, I’m on my settee at home, battling to get everything done in time for ...
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