TEAM B NEWSDAY STUFF

1) Conference is at 8:30 (8:00 for section editors - you have to decide your stories and layouts) ON WEDNESDAY NOT TUESDAY.

Tuesdays conference will be at 9:30 as usual for second years because first years have their shorthand .

2) Bring in your laptops on Wednesday if you can so everyone has a computer to work on

3) Please e-mail me your mobile numbers as soon as possible if you haven't already we'll need them on Wednesday incase you go out on stories

NEWSDAY TEAM B ROLES UPDATED

Editor - Zehra Mullick

Deputy Editor/Picture Editor - Rebecca Hughes

Alan McGuinness - Foreign News Editor

James Woodcock - Home News Editor (National and Local)

James Averill - Sports Editor

Jason West - Business Editor

Production Team - Jonathan Stone and Jaak Pardi

Kelsey Williams - Sub/breaking news tracker

Sarah Malm - Opinion and Debate

Sports Reporters:

Tom Ruzyllo

James Warner

Home News Reporters:

Alex Fisk

Angela Davey

Ella Copeland

Joe Cladingboel

TEAM B

Hey guys,

I've sent everyone e-mails with details of what you need to do for tomorrow - so check your inboxes, please.

Basically,

1) Conference is at 8:30 tomorrow - 8:00 for section editors (you have to decide your stories and layouts)

2) Bring in your laptops if you have them so everyone has a computer to work on

3) Please e-mail me your cell numbers we'll need them tomorrow incase you go out on stories

Team B Roles

Deputy Editor/Picture Editor - Rebecca Hughes

Foreign News Editor - Alan Mcguinness

Home News Editor - James Woodcock

Production Editor - Jaak Pardi and James Warner

Business Editor - Jason West

Sports Editor - James Averill

Chief Sub - Kelsey William

Reporters/Writers:

Alex Fisk

Sarah Malm

Ella Copeland

Alister Houghton

Angela Davey

Jade Selby

Sophie Jackson

Evangelina Tsipi

 

Fear of Taliban influx in Karachi, Pakistan

This is an article about the taliban in Pakistan trickling into its largest city, Karachi, to take refuge from the U.S. missile strikes.

They seem to have figured out that concentrating on one large war-torn area makes them an easy target and so they have begun to spread themselves around the country.

It seems my city is no longer the haven it used to be.

Not for me anyway.

The Taliban seem to think otherwise.

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