Angle of the North is a weekly newsletter for people interested in what's going on in the north of England.
It features a round-up of news, analysis and opinion from all across national and local media, with the occasional event and bit of social media thrown in too. Crucially, it's the northern stuff with everything else left out.
Angle of the North entirely independent, non-political and as impartial as I can make it.
What do you get for your £3?
Four or five newsletters a month (arriving on a Friday by email) with the most interesting and thought-provoking stories from across the north of England, a little bit of commentary and some fun stuff.
You can try it free for 30 days and, hopefully, you'll like it enough to stick around.
About me, Robyn Vinter
I'm a freelance journalist from Leeds, writing news mostly for The Observer and The Guardian. I used to work at the Yorkshire Post and last year I won the Local Hero Award at the Digital Publishing Awards. I also ran an independent publication called The Overtake, which was investigative journalism from the north of England. I have worked as a journalist for a decade and in that time have written for most national newspapers and lots of magazines.