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Nationals | 25 May 16 : 11.43
Culture minister Ed Vaizey has said The Guardian was the only national news organisation to have lobbied the government to “clip the wings” of the BBC, not Rupert Murdoch’s News UK titles.
Nationals | 25 May 16 : 10.36
The Daily Telegraph’s chief foreign correspondent, Colin Freeman, who was kidnapped by Somali pirates while on assignment and threatened with execution, is among those being made redundant in a fresh round of cuts to editorial staff.
Nationals | 24 May 16 : 12.58
The death of the Independent in print brought a boost in sales across most of the national dailies. But taking by far the largest slice of the pie was former sister title the i, now in the hands of Johnston Press.
Freedom of Information | 24 May 16 : 07.59
Proposals to privatise the UK Land Registry are a threat to investigative journalism, according to trade body the News Media Association.
Nationals | 24 May 16 : 16.23
The Telegraph has been hit by a fresh round of redundancies just one day after a new "smart working" restructure at its London headquarters was announced to staff.
Regionals | 23 May 16 : 15.20
The Croydon Advertiser’s Gareth Davies is usually behind the headlines, but he’s found himself in them again after winning a two-year battle with the Met over a harassment warning and claiming his fourth Weekly Reporter of the Year title at the Regional Press Awards.
Digital | 24 May 16 : 08.29
The second stage of applications for Google's €150m scheme to fund journalism innovation around Europe opens on 2 June.
Nationals | 23 May 16 : 07.46
Press coverage during the first two months of the EU referendum heavily favoured the side pro-Brexit side of debate, according to a new academic study.
Broadcast | 24 May 16 : 07.37
BBC Radio 4 presenter Justin Webb has said that news broadcasters' salaries should "keep them on the side of the people".
Privacy | 23 May 16 : 15.44
Google has launched an appeal against a ruling by France’s data protection regulator that French law protecting the right to be forgotten applies not just in Francebut across the world.
Regionals | 23 May 16 : 10.29
The efforts of the Liverpool Echo in covering the Hillsborough disaster inquests over two years were recognised with a standing ovation from journalists at the Regional Press Awards in what the paper’s editor described as the “highest point” of his career.
Regulation | 23 May 16 : 11.38
Prince Harry has had a IPSO complaints against the Daily Mail and Mail Online over coverage of his love life rejected.
Regionals | 23 May 16 : 10.01
The Dundee Courier has been named the regional daily newspaper of the year while the Kent Messenger took the title for weekly title of the year at the annual Regional Press Awards (both with a circulation above 20,000). Find a full list of winners and highly commended entries below.
Media law | 20 May 16 : 07.59
The Sun said the Supreme Court has created a "cheaters' charter" by saying there was no public interest in its revelations about a celebrity's extra-marital threesome.
Nationals | 20 May 16 : 07.24
The Daily Star has been censured by press regulator IPSO after it said Prince Harry and Pippa Middleton were rumoured to be enjoying a "secret romance".
Nationals | 19 May 16 : 13.11
The i appears to have picked up the biggest slice of The Independent's print circulation.
Websites | 19 May 16 : 13.46
The Express was the fastest growing national newspaper website in April, up 79 per cent year on year to 1.4m unique browsers per day.