By Dominic Ponsford 26 April 14:22
The Sun today declined to comment on the Hillsborough inquest verdict has Liverpool fans were cleared of blame The Sun and Hillsborough: Tabloid issued front-page apology in 2012 for 'blackest day in its history'for the tragedy in which 96 people died.
Six of the best from the regional press including: Fight in Liverpool to save dog on death row after eating ownerBy Dominic Ponsford 22 April 13:59
Here's my latest salute to six pieces of journalism from the regional press which have caught my eye the last week or so.
Press and privacy: In England, what a married public figure does with five paid dominatrices is his own businessBy Dominic Ponsford 13 April 12:22
Since the 2008 Max Mosley privacy judgment it has been a central tenet of UK privacy law that what a married public figure does behind closed doors is between him and his five paid dominatrices.
Why Fleet Street would rather report on injunction celebrity's threesome than Whittingdale's romantic pastBy Dominic Ponsford 08 April 12:23
Fleet Street's reluctance to cover Culture Secretary John Whittingdale's romantic past and its eagerness to expose the extra-marital shenannigans of a married "entertainer" has led some to cry foul.
By Dominic Ponsford 05 April 8:37
German newspaper Suddeutsche Zeitung has provided a fascinating insight into what may be the biggest journalistic investigation in history - the Panama Papers (sub-titled The Secrets of Dirty Money).
By Dominic Ponsford 01 April 8:25
For episode two of the Press Gazette Journalism Matters podcast I talk to inspirational Empire editor Terri White.
By Dominic Ponsford 29 March 11:16
Press Gazette has launched a fortnightly podcast called Journalism Matters.
Gender inequality in journalism: Employers need to act to ensure that babies don't end female journalists' careersBy Dominic Ponsford 24 March 11:07
Another report out today has confirmed what we already knew: that senior jobs in journalism are more likely to be filled by men rather than women.
Local heroes: Ham & High investigates media mogul, Yellow Advertisers prompts child abuse inquiry, Hull Daily Mail locked out of police hearingBy Dominic Ponsford 24 March 9:29
My latest six of the best round-up of regional press highlights.
Six of the best from the regional press including: Argus defies police to name arrested man and Hull Daily Mail says Sun wrong on doggingBy Dominic Ponsford 08 March 14:00
Here is my latest six of the best round-up of stories which have caught my eye in the regional press.
By Dominic Ponsford 04 March 14:53
One week in to the launch of The New Day and you would need a heart of stone not to wish the new title every success.
By Dominic Ponsford 26 February 12:41
The Met Police appears to think that it can justify its five-year witch hunt against journalists and their sources with a glib infographic.
By Dominic Ponsford 26 February 7:33
The Janet Smith review makes difficult reading for the BBC.
By Dominic Ponsford 19 February 14:08
Here's my latest six of the best pick of my favourite stories from the regional press.
By Dominic Ponsford 19 February 13:41
By all accounts market conditions in the UK national newspaper market are atrocious at present. So why is Trinity Mirror planning the launch of new national daily?
By Dominic Ponsford 17 February 8:58
BBC News has more than 5,000 journalists, so why does it not have a dedicated investgations unit?
By Dominic Ponsford 15 February 11:55
Evgeny Lebedev said the closure of the Independent titles was “inevitable” and they will be the first “of many leading newspapers to embrace a wholly digital future”.
Digital-only Independent could be an opportunity for the Lebedevs to challenge Guardian and TelegraphBy Dominic Ponsford 11 February 16:05
The Independent has always pioneered: from poster front pages, to going tabloid to launching its cut-price sister title i.
Video: Six of the best from the regional press, including the council that has spent £222k on gagging ordersBy Dominic Ponsford 11 February 12:05
A story about the local council that has spent £222k gagging its staff from speaking to the press is among my six of the best from the regional press this week.
Phone-hacking: For journalists it means a stretch in Belmarsh, for the police the punishment is nothingBy Dominic Ponsford 05 February 8:00
So if a journalist illegally listens to the voicemails of a celebrity they can expect dawn raids, years on bail, an Old Bailey trial and a stretch in Belmarsh.