Echo editor: Let us know your views on the Echo's new platforms
TODAY the Echo has gone a whole lot more glossy.
Our Weekend magazine, which has won countless awards over the years, has been given a makeover.
While still retaining the features we know our readers enjoy, it has been given a facelift and is packed full of fashion and beauty, fabulous interiors and health features.
There is everything from celebrity interviews to a glimpse around luxury homes and even Jamie Oliver has come on board with a pukka recipe.
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It has been a busy week for us all in all.
In the past six days, we have launched our Travel Tuesday pages, the eight page Youngsport supplement and the new-look Buzz going out guide, which started yesterday.
Why make the changes?
Well, it is about listening to our readers about what they want to see in their newspaper and giving value for money every day.
We would love to hear what you think of the new platforms this week.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your views.
EGGING may appear a harmless caper, but it is vandalism, plain and simple.
Whoever is responsible for the prank needs to park their capers and it no laughing matter.
Coupled with the more sinister tyre slashing, it is clear something must be done.
Students living in St Paul's is nothing new and, in fact, there has been a lot of effort made to smooth the relations between town and gown, yet it seems the atmosphere has taken a step backwards.
The Freshers' Fair was only held this week and already there appears to be tension building in the area.
All concerned need to be that little more tolerant and indeed considerate to their neighbours and hopefully the problems will simmer down.