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Criminal law | 2 October 15 : 15.11
"Naming and shaming" Britain's youngest terrorist would only have "a limited deterrent effect", a judge has ruled.
Nationals | 2 October 15 : 09.07
A Sun journalist has described the moment he realised his newspaper had handed over his emails to police - despite his "moral and ethical" duty not to betray his sources. Jamie Pyatt, 52, told his trial that he worked "loyally" for the tabloid for 25 years and everything he did there was "sanctioned".
Nationals | 2 October 15 : 10.54
Newsagents are planning to boycott the Daily Star next week in protest at a planned price cut.
Privacy | 1 October 15 : 16.54
The appeal by Mirror Group Newspapers against the record damages awarded to eight claimants in the phone-hacking case is to be heard on October 20 and 21.
| 1 October 15 : 10.50
A former News of the World journalist has accused the Metropolitan Police of theft after it refused to return his contacts book, four and a half years after being arrested.
Nationals | 30 September 15 : 09.07
Rebekah Brooks brought a senior member of Sun staff to tears with a foul-mouthed text message when she edited the newspaper, the Old Bailey has heard.
Media business | 30 September 15 : 10.53
According to newsagents trade body the NFRN, retailers have been told the price will fall to 20p during the week, 30p on Saturdays and 50p for the Sunday edition.
Regulation | 30 September 15 : 09.56
Former Independent editor Chris Blackhurst has said that membership of the Independent Press Standards Organisation is “not for us guv”.
Nationals | 29 September 15 : 16.40
Giving evidence at his trial, Chris Pharo told jurors how the Sun used scantily clad models pretending to be readers with problems for the regular feature in the tabloid.
News | 29 September 15 : 16.47
Jeremy Corbyn began his first conference speech as Labour leader by mocking the press over its coverage of him.
Media business | 29 September 15 : 13.36
German publisher Axel Springer has bought news website Business Insider.
Wires and Agencies | 29 September 15 : 13.37
A UK-based news agency has raised more than £13,000 in a matter of days to pay for a serious ill child in India to have a potentially life-saving operation.
Criminal law | 29 September 15 : 11.07
A leading media lawyer has warned journalists that the Terrorism Act could be used by police to obtain source material.
Regionals | 29 September 15 : 10.14
When Instiute of Directors head of communications Christian May was invited to meet City AM's owners shortly after the general election, he thought he was being sounded out for the job of political editor.
Media business | 28 September 15 : 09.42
More than 200 Financial Times journalists have signed a letter to new owner Nikkei asking the company to “enshrine past and present freedoms” in the newspaper’s governance.
People | 29 September 15 : 08.33
BBC's economics editor Robert Peston has been tipped to be moving over to rival channel ITV.
Criminal law | 28 September 15 : 12.45
Editors and publishers have been told that the Attorney General's Office is "monitoring" coverage of Operation Midland.


Journalist of the year Andrew Norfolk thanks the 'bullying bastard of a news editor who wouldn't leave me alone'
Times chief investigative reporter and journalist of the year Andrew Norfolk says he owes his success to a "bullying bastard of a news editor" he worked with on the Scarborough Evening News. Norfolk, who was named British Journalism Awards journalist of the year in 2014 for his investigation into gang sexual abuse, talks about his experience of journalism training in How to be a Journalist - a print supplement published by Press Gazette today.