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stop press

News that is added to a publication shortly before or as it is printed. Primarily heard in UK. We had to rush to get that stop press into today's paper.
See also: press, stop
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Joanne Ellis, Miss Examiner (who is pictured above with can-can dancers Leanne Rushworth and Helen Long), was one of the VIP guests and she handed out Stop Press goodies to the young entertainers.
Stop Press was hoping to raise PS1,000 to sponsor the training of a guide dog for a blind person.
Their latest craze was cutting out pictures of Stop Press mascot Newshound in his various disguises.
WINNER of an Examiner's Stop Press draw for younger readers Richard Briggs was ready for a day to remember in the summer of 1991.
Richard, from Golcar, was the winner of the Stop Press Parade Competition and his prize meant he would be a VIP for the day during the Mayor's Charity Gala and Giant Parade on Saturday June 1.
See Stop Press on Page 3 to find out how your ideas could win you some super prizes.
STOP PRESS Fans boogied down at the Adega to help celebrate their favourite paper''s second birthday.
The pack has made a donation of stamps to the Stop Press Stampede Appeal.
Every Saturday home match involved a meeting of Town's Young Terriers Club - and in January 1992 the Examiner's Stop Press column for younger readers was given the low-down on what was happening there.
Their prizewinning paintings were displayed in the store (tmc031212asda) | CHRISTMAS CAME EARLY: Two readers of the Examiner''s Stop Press column for young people.
Parents were invited to school to see the day's cal items (tmc031212tudors) | GOING TO THE BALL: These prizewinning fans of the Examiner's Stop Press column were heading for the first night of a pantomime.
Front row (from left) Helen Maynard, Charlotte Hurdus, Toni Lockwood, Scott Goddard, Andrew Huddleston and Timothy Cormack (Ex pic Ref: 6796/90) | WATER WINNERS:: Five young Examiner Stop Press readers scooped prizes from Yorkshire Water.
THIS week we look back to the year 1990 when the Examiner was focussing on youth through its popular Stop Press column.
A class of seven and eight year olds from St Aidan''s C of E First School visited the Yorkshire Mining Museum, at Caphouse Colliery near Grange Moor, and wrote into the Examiner''s Stop Press column telling their stories of their day out.
He filed his copy and it made the stop press in one of London's evening papers before the Chancellor had finished his speech.