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Since we launched in January we have had some great feedback and are glad we have been able to bring to public attention some underexposed issues.
We have also been able to start on our aim to help build back Northamptonshire’s local journalism community by working with a group of young people in Northampton to teach them reporting skills.
In the months ahead we will be looking at a range of issues from housing to climate change and Northamptonshire’s mental health services. There is also of course the upcoming local elections in May - for which we plan to bring you in-depth coverage in the weeks leading up the elections and on the night itself.
We’ll leave you with these kind words from Marc Webber, senior lecturer in journalism and media at the University of Northampton
“Northamptonshire is full of news. Every day a new story.
“It’s important to have a platform where those issues are investigated in depth. So, it’s great to have NN Journal covering those stories and shining a light on what’s really going on in the county from multiple perspectives.
“As someone teaching the next generation of Northamptonshire’s journalists, it’s imperative they have NN Journal to look up to.”
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