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field, by informing, entertaining and – most importantly of all – standing up for them.
“We have track record of campaigning journalism and we see it as our duty to keep to maintain that tradition.
“We ask questions that people in authority would rather we didn’t, and we keep on when others may give up.
“If we get something wrong we will hold our hands up, but we believe the people of Macclesfield know we are on their side.”
Craig Nayman, chairman of Local Media Works, which is running Local Newspaper Week, said: “By holding authority to account on events that might otherwise remain hidden, local journalism helps shape the communities for the better and Local Newspaper Week is a celebration of that important democratic function.”