By Dominic Ponsford 30 June 12:00
The Independent has reported a steep reduction in losses to £4.6m for the year to September 2014. This compares with an operating loss of £12.3m in the previous financial year and £16.6m in the year before that. The Independent titles lost £22.6m in the year to September 2011 (the first complete year after Alexander Lebedev bought the newspapers in March 2010).
By William Turvill 30 June 11:58
Peter Oborne has announced he is to return to the Daily Mail four months after he resigned from The Daily Telegraph.
Max Clifford asks High Court to throw out former royal butler's confidentiality claim over fax sent to NoWBy PA Media Lawyer 30 June 9:49
Disgraced publicist Max Clifford has asked the High Court to throw out a claim by former royal butler Paul Burrell that he breached his confidentiality by passing personal details about him to the News of the World.
By PA Media Lawyer 30 June 9:48
The jury in the hacking trial of Neil Wallis, former deputy to News of the World editor Andy Coulson has yet to reach a verdict after retiring on Thursday.
By Rory Tingle 29 June 13:07
Virginia Waite, who wrote for The Daily Telegraph and appeared on the BBC Holiday programme in the 1960s, has died aged 78.
By William Turvill 29 June 10:26
Published for the first time as The Daily Telegraph and Courier on 29 June 1855, costing twopence, the newspaper claimed to have “the largest circulation in the world” in 1874.
Broadmoor nurse jailed for two years after being paid £24,000 for stories by News of the World and MirrorBy PA Mediapoint 29 June 8:51
A mental health nurse at Broadmoor high security hospital has been jailed for two years for selling stories about some of Britain's most notorious killers to the News of the World and Mirror newspapers.
By Dominic Ponsford 26 June 15:04
It has to be said that the first thing you notice when speaking to former News UK head of PR Richard Brookes is the fact he does not have any arms.
Trinity Mirror doubles structural cost savings target to £20m citing 'more challenging revenue environment'By William Turvill 26 June 9:15
Trinity Mirror has increased its cost savings target for the year from £10m, set in March, to £20m.
By Dominic Ponsford 25 June 16:10
A year on from the end of the hacking trial both News Corp and Scotland Yard have declined to comment on whether or not News Corp chairman Rupert Murdoch has yet been questioned by police.
Daily Mail warns that 'thinking time' and 'spending limit' changes could further 'water down' Freedom of Information ActBy William Turvill 25 June 12:03
Earlier this week, campaigners claimed that proposals from Justice Secretary Michael Gove would "significantly restrict" the act.
By William Turvill 24 June 16:20
Guido Fawkes news editor turned Westminster bureau chief Harry Cole is joining The Sun's political team.
By William Turvill 24 June 10:34
A study has found that The Independent is the most talked-about UK newspaper on social media.
By William Turvill 22 June 15:08
Daily Mirror special correspondent David Collins has joined The Sunday Times’s Insight Team.
By Axegrinder 22 June 8:38
The Evening Standard's home affairs editor is set to return to work next week after it emerged that he struck a colleague.
Times ordered to republish correction - with front page promotion - on inaccurate Labour tax plans splashBy William Turvill 19 June 10:00
The Times has republished a correction, and promoted it on the front page, over an inaccurate story about Labour's tax plans.
By Dominic Ponsford 19 June 9:32
The Sun is to make more content available for free online nearly two years after the launch of its digital paywall.
By PA Media Lawyer 19 June 7:19
Disgraced former Number 10 spin doctor Andy Coulson returned to court yesterday to fight a legal bid to make him pay £750,000 towards the cost of the phone-hacking trial.
By Dominic Ponsford 18 June 17:02
David Pemsel has been confirmed as the new chief executive of Guardian Media Group, succeeding Andrew Miller on 1 July.
Former News of the World deputy editor tells court he thought Blunkett affair story was from 'sources' - not phone-hackingBy PA Mediapoint 18 June 16:36
News of the World editor Andy Coulson convinced his deputy, from west London, that a scoop about then home secretary David Blunkett's affair with a married woman had come from a "source" - when in fact it was from phone-hacking, a court has heard.