By William Turvill 20 September 9:31
The Scottish first minister (pictured, Reuters) announced his resignation in the meeting, which was held at Bute House, Charlotte Square, Edinburgh, yesterday afternoon.
'Police are trying to criminalise public interest whistleblowers' - 600 reasons why the state must stop spying on journalistsBy William Turvill 19 September 15:38
Set up a week ago, the Change.org petition, which can be found here, calls on the Interception of Communications Commissioner Sir Anthony May to ensure that the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act is not used by public authorities to secretly obtain journalists' phone records and identify confidential sources.
By Dominic Ponsford 19 September 11:13
Mail Online, Metro and the Mirror all attract more readers to their websites from mobiles than they do personal computers.
By William Turvill 19 September 11:00
Hertfordshire Mercury editor Julie Palmer (right) has been appointed to the new position of senior editor. She will continue to edit the Mercury, but will also now be responsible for co-ordinating editorial teams in the area.
By William Turvill 19 September 10:33
Kate and Gerry McCann took issue with a front-page Insight story from last year, which the couple said suggested they had kept "secret from investigating authorities a crucial piece of evidence concerning the disappearance of their daughter".
By William Turvill 19 September 9:42
Press Gazette understands the Foreign and Commonwealth Office issued guidance to editors when the news broke yesterday afternoon urging that John Cantlie not be named.
By William Turvill 19 September 8:34
The Newcastle Journal, Newcastle Chronicle, Northern Echo, the Gazette, Yorkshire Post and Manchester Evening News will all carry the same front page message.
A video has emerged on Youtube purporting to show a British journalist who is apparently being held by Islamic State.
By PA Mediapoint 18 September 15:51
Paul Randall, 49, found out the model was at a Westminster police station where he worked on 25 October 2006 and rang the tabloid newspaper which dispatched a photographer to the scene.
By Press Gazette 18 September 12:15
Mail Online continued its position as by far the most popular UK newspaper website in August 2014 attracting some 11.3 million browsers per day.
Met Police says it does not keep track of times it has used RIPA to obtain journalists' phone recordsBy William Turvill 18 September 11:51
The Metropolitan Police does not appear to know how many times it has seized the phone records of journalists and news organisations.
News Corp warns EU that 'cynical' Google will kill newspapers if allowed to continue to 'abuse its dominance'By Dominic Ponsford 18 September 10:42
News Corp has urged the European Commission to take action to stop Google using its dominant internet search platform to “eliminate competition”.
By William Turvill 18 September 10:36
The corporation has lodged a formal protest with the Russian authorities after the attack, which took place in the city of Astrakhan.
By Dominic Ponsford 17 September 17:51
A 44-year-old freelance journalist arrested in dawn raid on his Northumberland home a year ago has been cleared by the Crown Prosecution Service.
London Live bid to slash local programming rejected as Ofcom says 16 local TV stations will be on air by February 2015By Dominic Ponsford 17 September 13:00
Ofcom has rejected a bid from London Live to slash the amount of local programming broadcast per day from 18 hours to eight hours.
ITN's Tom Bradby says 'abuse and intimidation' from Yes campaign 'highly unusual in the democratic world'By William Turvill 17 September 12:25
Tom Bradby said he wasn’t suggesting that his experiences in Scotland bear “comparison with really bad places” – but did admit he is not “enjoying” himself.
Newspaper Society says police use of RIPA to spy on journalists a 'fundamental attack on press freedom'By Dominic Ponsford 17 September 11:43
The Newspaper Society has backed Press Gazette’s Save Our Sources campaign against public authorities' use of the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act to spy on journalists without external oversight.
Surrey crime chief condemns Met Police seizure of Sun phone records and backs Press Gazette campaignBy Dominic Ponsford 17 September 10:44
A former Met Police commander with 30 years' experience in the force has publicly backed Press Gazette’s campaign to stop the police spying on journalists.
By William Turvill 17 September 9:27
Under the pilot scheme, staff are divided into three “units” tp work across around 11 weekly newspapers.
By William Turvill 17 September 8:49
Google has removed the link to the 2003 story, about Tim Blackstone, under certain search terms.