Universities at Medway may lack nightlife, but three students from the campus entertained themselves on a drunken night, by charging at bollards and getting arrested.
The lead package on Channel 4 News tonight was exquisite. It started with a coruscating tease (the hospice for sick children that has lost a fortune in an Icelandic bank) and moved on through sharp writing, succulent graphics and lancing interviews.
Not everyone is an enthusiast of journalists delivering their contentÂ to multiple mediaÂ platforms. Â One of Britain's most respected print editors and journalists, Sir Max Hastings, likened the multiskilling reporterÂ to a chefÂ taking the order, cooking the meal and waiting on tables, reports former Press Gazette deputy editor Jon Slattery in his new journalism blog.