How I Did It

Peter Jukes
By Darren Boyle 15 November 12:11
A blogger who secured more than £6,000 in funding from donors on the internet to live-tweet the hacking trial is planning a book on the affair.
By William Turvill 22 March 8:23
David Hencke saw off competition from major news organisations to win Political Journalist of the Year at the British Journalism Awards for fledgling news website exaro. The judges described his revelations over widespread Whitehall tax avoidance as a “major scandal”. Like many great stories, it started with a whistleblower.
David Walsh
By Andrew Pugh 11 October 9:42
The United States Anti-Doping Agency yesterday accused Lance Armstrong of being the ringleader of the “most sophisticated, professionalised and successful doping programme that sport has ever seen”. Here, Sunday Times sports reporter David Walsh talks to Press Gazette about his relentless pursuit of the shamed cyclist.
By Press Gazette 14 September 16:14
Caragh McKenna, group account director of The Search Agency UK, on how to master SEO
By Press Gazette 14 September 15:37
Archie Bland, 28, explains how he came to be The Independent's deputy editor
By William Turvill 29 August 6:13

We started this investigation when Mark Williams-Thomas approached us. He's been a criminologist and child protection expert for 20 years and used to be a police detective, so he's got a considerable amount of experience in this.

By Press Gazette 05 July 11:44

Since Gerard Kelly became editor of the Times Educational Supplement in 2008, tes.co.uk has won the Professional Publishers Association (PPA) award for Digital Product of the Year three years in a row.

By Press Gazette 03 July 9:20

John Gibson, who has been working at the Newcastle Evening Chronicle since 1966, last month won the Daily/Sunday Sports Journalist of the Year award at the Regional Press Awards.

By Gareth Davies 20 June 3:59

In June 2010, Lillian Groves was playing outside her home when her ball rolled out into the street.

By Brian Flynn 13 June 4:10

Our investigation into this story began when a recently-released prisoner Joe Mallia called us and said his cellmate, Dr Edward Erin, had asked him to kill his ex-mistress and their baby.

By Press Gazette 14 May 3:30

I don't know what time it was when our desk editor Ben Ransom rang me, but I do remember I'd dozed off watching the England game.

By James Inverne 07 November 2:30

There had been murmurings on the web for a while, but unsupported suspicions.

By An anonymous Channel 4 reporter 30 October 18:31

It was day two of the crackdown and with gunfire erupting around me – and army trucks filled with menacing soldiers roaring past – I decided to pull back from the heaving throng of protestors.

By Press Gazette 16 July 3:30

Tino Asprilla, who signed for Newcastle United in 1996, was recently dragged into cocaine conspiracy allegations when his name was mentioned in a court case.