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The e-Herald is helpfully divided into appropriate sections with headlines that can be clicked to reveal the full article. The content is as full as the paper copy and there are even pictures on some articles. The sport section is as full as I wold expect although I am interested to know if league tables will be published when the football and rugby seasons recommence.
The only items missing are the crossword, the cartoon, and an unintelligable Glaswegian touting the latest edition on Sauchiehall Street.
Many years later, I was delighted that I was offered an opportunity at the Birmingham Post newspaper working on feature ideas, and I loved it -great colleagues, great city, great times and I do love broadsheet newspapers !
Best wishes to all my mates at The Birmingham Post.
Lucky me, and I managed to work in 2 great cities with great mates.
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