By Darren Boyle 10 December 11:32
Former News of the World news editor Ian Edmondson has been unable to attend the Old Bailey for the past ten days because he is unwell, a court heard today.
Tulisa charged with drug dealing - Sun defends Mazher Mahmood sting as 'entirely justified in the public interest'By Press Gazette 10 December 6:56
The Sun has insisted all its journalism on the Tulisa drugs sting was within the Press Complaints Commission code after complaints from the singer's lawyers yesterday after she was charged with dealing cocain Tulisa Contostavlos, 25, was arrested on 4 June - two days after The Sun on Sunday reported on how she alegedly set up an £800 drug deal with a reporter.
By Press Gazette 09 December 14:25
Information about the deaths of two British service personnel in Afghanistan was printed in the Sun newspaper before it should have gone into the public domain, a senior Army officer told a court today.
By Press Gazette 09 December 13:00
Revelations about Government surveillance first broken by The Guardian have prompted eight of the world's leading technology companies to write an open letter to the US President.
By Press Gazette 09 December 9:23
Six people remain in custody after an investigation by The Sun on Sunday revealed allegations of professional football match fixing.
By Darren Boyle 07 December 15:49
News UK is set to launch a range of new Sun+ smartphone and tablet apps in the New Year after the company announced they have passed the 100,000 subscribers mark.
By Darren Boyle 06 December 16:29
The Saturday edition of the Daily Mail has overtaken The Sun to become the biggest selling newspaper.
By Darren Boyle 06 December 11:20
Former England international Paul Gascoigne denied claims that he injected cocaine and instead insists he was “just getting the lady a syringe”, court documents have shown.
By Press Gazette 05 December 18:00
Watch Press Gazette's video report from the 2013 British Journalism Awards.
By Dominic Ponsford 05 December 17:30
In 30 years time reporters will be still be winning the awards because of the encouragement given to them by the late Richard Beeston.
By Press Association 05 December 12:13
Rebekah Brooks took just ten minutes to authorise a £4,000 payment to a public official for bikini pictures of Prince William dressed as a Bond girl at Sandhurst, a jury heard.
By Dominic Ponsford 04 December 16:10
Journalist of the Year Michael Gillard could not accept his award in person at the British Journalism Awards on Monday night, partly because he can no longer attend public events in London since exposing gangster David Hunt in the Sunday Times.
Rusbridger: 'The next Edward Snowden won't go to a newspaper, they will dump this stuff on the internet'By Dominic Ponsford 03 December 17:52
MPs today warned Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger that he has breached the Terrorism Act 2000 by transmitting the names of British spies oversees.
By Press Gazette 03 December 13:02
By Darren Boyle 02 December 18:43
Michael Gillard of The Sunday Times has been awarded the prestigious Journalist of the Year award at the second annual British Journalism Awards.
By Darren Boyle 02 December 17:28
Former Sunday Express editor Brian Hitchen and his wife Nelli have both been killed in a car accident in Spain.
Nick Davies and David Yelland join forces to call for publishers to back press regulation Royal CharterBy Dominic Ponsford 29 November 8:42
Investigative journalist Nick Davies and former Sun editor David Yelland have joined forces to call for publishers to sign up to the Government’s preferred system of press regulation.
Former News of the World deputy editor Neil Wallis was hacked from inside News International building, court toldBy Press Association 28 November 18:25
A News International "private wire" phone line attempted to hack the voicemails of former News of the World deputy editor Neil Wallis, the hacking trial has heard.
By Darren Boyle 28 November 10:45
Operation Elveden officers have arrested a health care worker on Merseyside and taken to a police station in Liverpool.
Plebgate case blunder will not cost Andrew Mitchell as legal team vow to continue libel fight with The SunBy Darren Boyle 28 November 9:09
The law firm representing Andrew Mitchell MP has confirmed it will continue to fund his Plebgate case against News UK despite losing a £500,000 costs decision.