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Digital | 23 July 14 : 12.22
US firm Kroll and "a number of other third parties" were paid for investigations after the Savile scandal in 2012.
Mobile | 23 July 14 : 15.41
The Telegraph’s fun football website Project Babb reached more than 1m unique browsers in its first full month, the publishers has revealed.
Photography | 23 July 14 : 11.28
The toddler son of singer Adele (pictured above, Reuters) has accepted a five-figure sum in damages in settlement of a privacy case brought by his parents over paparazzi photos of his "milestone moments".
Regulation | 23 July 14 : 11.56
The story, published online on 21 June 2012, was based on the academic’s website as well as views shared by anonymous students and a source at the Cambridge University Students Union.
Nationals | 23 July 14 : 10.13
MPs yesterday praised The Sunday Times for its "outstanding" work exposing corruption at football world governing body FIFA.
Nationals | 23 July 14 : 10.14
The singer (pictured, Reuters), 26, told this week, after her trial for allegedly brokering a drugs deal collapsed, how a year of her life had been "ruined".
Nationals | 22 July 14 : 14.26
Actor Rhys Ifans (pictured, Reuters) and entertainer Michael Barrymore have settled their phone-hacking damages claims.
Media business | 23 July 14 : 09.44
Announcing a second-quarter profits rise of 84 per cent and a 12 per cent increase in revenue year on year, Gannett also said Newsquest’s digital revenues are up 24.6 per cent.
Television | 22 July 14 : 08.24
Colin Brazier has criticised reports of the incident that didn’t recognise his instant apology – "we shouldn't be doing this … this is a mistake" – instead being “determined to see what I did as a powerful example of journalistic vulturism”.
Television | 22 July 14 : 11.08
David Cameron (pictured, Reuters) said people leafing through victims' belongings and suitcases was "completely inappropriate" and called on the media and pro-Russian separatists to understand they are dealing with "effectively a murder scene".
Regionals | 22 July 14 : 09.35
The change means the paper’s presses will be rolling from around midnight, but editor Keith Harrison said this does not mean it is now a “morning paper”.
Media business | 22 July 14 : 09.09
Johnston Press’s managing directors for Northern Ireland and Scotland are to leave as part of a shake-up that will see the company combine several publishing divisions.
Nationals | 21 July 14 : 13.07
The trial of Tulisa Contostavlos over drugs allegations has collapsed.
Nationals | 21 July 14 : 16.22
Conducted for the BBC by Ipsos MORI in February, the survey’s aim was to gauge “public perceptions of impartiality and trustworthiness of the BBC”.
Criminal law | 21 July 14 : 15.39
The Tulisa drugs sting trial collapsed after the judge agreed that Sun on Sunday reporter Mazher Mahmood told a “deliberate lie” in a pre-trial hearing.
Television | 21 July 14 : 12.57
The corporation remains the most trusted source of news in the UK, according to the report, “although we are slightly below the levels reached before October 2012 when the crisis broke over coverage of Jimmy Savile and the separate Newsnight child abuse investigation”.
People | 21 July 14 : 11.21
Evan Davis is leaving Radio 4’ Today programme to step into Jeremy Paxman’s shoes as lead presenter on Newsnight.


Express Newspapers seeking to reduce editorial jobs from 650 to 450, staff told
Express Newspapers is seeking to make 200 editorial redundancies, cutting job numbers from 650 to 450. Employees were told today by group editorial director Paul Ashford that staff across "print editorial departments" – not all journalists, and including some casuals – working in London, Broughton and Scotland offices will be affected. To achieve the required savings, Ashford told staff, Express Newspapers is aiming to reduce headcount by 30 per cent across all “print editorial departments”.