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Why not pop in to to see our reporter Chris Amery, pictured left, and give him your news.
We may now no longer be an office-bound organisation but we will continue to be at the very heartbeat of St Helens life - as we have been for the last 150-plus years. That’s why our team of roving journalists will now spend their days out and about investigating the issues that really matter to St Helens.
We’ll be interviewing, reporting and filing news stories from out on the beat.
Our journalists, armed with the latest technology, can now create a virtual office space anywhere in the borough, so it has never been easier to get out and report directly from the thick of the action.
Of course, we’ll still be providing a place where our readers can visit and speak face-to-face with our journalists.
We will hold a twice-weekly surgery, one day at the Citadel in Water Street and another in the town centre Library every Tuesday and Wednesday from 10am to 4pm,
What all this means is that we’ll still be bringing you the same unrivalled package of news, sport and features in paper every Wednesday and online 24/7 on our website or on Facebook and Twitter. For the many folk who prefer to pick up their weekly St Helens Reporter in person from our Claughton Street office, we’ve made it easier than ever.
Anyone wishing to place a birth, death or marriage advertisement will be able to take advantage of our free online service or speak directly to one of our operators.
There are now a number of ways to pick-up your St Helens Reporter if you do not get the paper delivered to your home.
You can purchase the Reporter from Super News in Ormskirk Road in the town centre (close to our former Claughton Street office) or One Stop Newsagents on Browness Avenue in Carr Mill.
Later in the week, there are copies of the paper available to be picked up from the following locations: Asda Kirkland Street; Tesco Metro Four Acre Lane; Morrisons Baxters Lane, CWS Convenience Fleet Lane; Co-op Parr Stocks Road, CWS Convenience Chain Lane; and Morrisons in Newton.
You can also get updated news and sport daily at our website www.sthelensreporter.co.uk
To speak to Chris, ring: 07860 530826; news editor Andy Moffatt: 01942 506272; to place an advert, James Wilson 07732 045510. Or you can email firstname.lastname@example.org