From Mail on Sunday to Kent on Sunday for Bernard Ginns

The Mail on Sunday’s Bernard Ginns has been appointed editor of
Kent on Sunday – last year’s Press Gazette Regional Newspaper of the
Year.
 
Ginns’ recent stories for the MoS have included a
front page about guns and drugs being found at the home of David
Blunkett’s chauffeur, an exclusive interview with a teacher jailed for
firing an airgun at a gang of yobs and another front page about MP Alan
Milburn business interests following his resignation asHealth Secretary.
 
Ginns is the second national newspaper journalist
to be appointed by KoS Media – former People reporter Gary Wright is
now editor of the company’s Kentish Saturday Observer.
 
KoS Media publisher Ian Patel said: “Bernard’s
mix of regional newspaper journalism and his recent experience at the
Mail on Sunday will ideally suit Kent on Sunday and I am sure this
appointment will help to further advance our national award-winning
free newspaper.”
 
Ginns said: “Kent on Sunday is a first-rate
newspaper and I am looking forward, as editor, to making it even
better. I’ve had an excellent time at The Mail on Sunday over the last
three years and have learned a great deal which I believe will help me
to improve and enhance what is already a very good product.”
 
Ex-England cricketer Dean Headley has been
promoted to group advertising director. He will continue to write a
column on cricket.
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