My latest six of the best round-up of regional press highlights.
The mighty Yellow Advertiser in Essex is on fine form again with an abuse into historic child abuse which has sparked a fresh police inquiry. Dogged investigative journalism which has got a result. And a great example of how journalists can work constructively with the police.
The Birmingham Mail wants to know what why it has been banned from attending a police misconduct hearing in which an officer is accused of a sexual ralationship with a vulnerable person. These hearings are a new development across the UK and a welcome move towards openness. But they don't inspire a huge amount of confidence when journalists are excluded with no explanation and no possibility of appeal.
The Hull Daily Mail reports on a how a local terrorism suspect has been freed after winning his fight against extradition.
A great story from Wales Online from a man who has a baby girl thanks to the fact that a stranger donated a heart to his late wife five years ago.
A superb in-depth investigation from the Ham and High into the shady past of a local media mogul.
And the Manchester Evening News has secured a pledge from the council to get the City's Picadilly Gardens cleaned up after collecting 20,000 petition
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