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By Web Manager on 11 September 2012 22:01

What on earth is happening to the newspaper industry in the North-East, following the news that the Shields Gazette production staff are to be moved to Pennywell, Sunderland, and now news that all the production staff from Sunderland are to be moved 125 miles away to Sheffield!

By Web Manager on 27 April 2012 09:32
The offices of the UK's oldest provincial newspaper, The Shields Gazette, are to close, and staff moved to the offices of sister title, The Sunderland Echo.