By PA Mediapoint 12 December 18:01
A 26-year-old film-maker who was sleeping rough for a project on homelessness died from natural causes, a coroner has decided.
By Press Association 12 December 17:26
Prince Charles’ former private secretary did not have to answer whether he was having an affair in January 2003, a court heard today.
By Press Association 12 December 14:44
Former News of the World news editor Ian Edmondson is "currently unfit" and will take no further part in the trial over alleged phone hacking at the now-defunct newspaper, a jury has heard.
By Darren Boyle 12 December 14:28
The MailOnline has continued its record breaking growth levels reporting more than 168 million monthly unique browsers for November according to new ABC figures released today.
Judge blasts David Cameron over pro-Nigella comments made to a journalist while fraud trial underwayBy Press Association 12 December 13:42
The judge in the trial of two former personal assistants accused of defrauding Nigella Lawson and Charles Saatchi has issued a rebuke to Prime Minister David Cameron over comments he made about the celebrity chef, urging the jury to reach its verdicts on the evidence alone.
By Press Association 12 December 13:24
Police guarding Buckingham Palace were ordered not to nibble on royal nuts as it “upset” the Queen, a court has heard. The trial into alleged phone-hacking was shown an email from former News of the World royal editor Clive Goodman to his boss Andy Coulson outlining the monarch’s displeasure. The email said the Queen was “irritated” by the snacking police officers who had to be ordered to “keep their sticky fingers out”.
By Darren Boyle 12 December 12:02
Two people have been arrested in connection with Operation Elveden the Metropolitan Police has confirmed.
By Darren Boyle 12 December 10:52
A middle-ranking Premier League team is reported to have written to national newspapers demanding cash for access to players between games.
By Press Association 11 December 17:12
Former Mirror editor Piers Morgan told Rebekah Brooks that he knew what her splash was in January 2003 because he had been “listening to messages”, the Old Bailey was told today.
Trinity Mirror's data journalism website Ampp3d part of 'continuous experiment' says product director ColesBy Rachel Banning-Lover 11 December 17:09
Trinity Mirror has continued its run of innovative web launches with the creation this week of daily data journalism website Ampp3d.
By Rachel Banning-Lover 11 December 15:44
An interactive timeline looking at the decline and closure of the Liverpool Daily Post.
Prince Harry 'blitzed' by calls and texts from then girlfriend Chelsy Davy while at Sandhurst, court toldBy Press Association 11 December 14:45
Prince Harry was “blitzed” with calls and texts from then girlfriend Chelsy Davy while he was training at Sandhurst, a court heard today.
By Press Gazette 11 December 14:03
The BBC's governing body has asked former news executive Nick Pollard for an explanation about a recording which has been published on the Order-Order blog in which he discusses his failure to include some evidence in his report into the Savile scandal.
By Darren Boyle 11 December 11:15
The Press Association has opened a voluntary redundancy scheme for staff based in Britain and Ireland.
By Darren Boyle 11 December 9:55
Sky News has shut its Tyne and Wear local news service with no advance notice, Press Gazette has learned. The 15 journalists working on the project are now facing possible redundancy. The regional experiment launched in February 2012 covering news and sport in the North East region.
Youngest Fleet Street editor bullish about future of print and reveals that i 'makes a lot of money'By Dominic Ponsford 10 December 15:54
Editor of the i newspaper Oliver Duff doesn’t subscribe to the “sunset of the industry” narrative as he puts it – whether that’s for the news industry, Fleet Street or even print journalism in general
By Dominic Ponsford 10 December 15:02
Trinity Mirror is closing the 158-year-old Liverpool Post newspaper just under two years after moving it from daily to weekly distribution.
By Press Association 10 December 14:53
Former News of the World royal editor Clive Goodman had 15 copies of a royal phonebook when his house was raided in 2006, a court heard today.
Independence key selling point for Sir Harry's Impress regulator - but funding could be stumbling blockBy Dominic Ponsford 10 December 12:40
The backers of a new proposed press regulator called Impress say that independence will be its key selling point.
By Darren Boyle 10 December 12:37
The editorial team behind a new computer magazine are busily working on the first edition having secured £90,000 investment on the Indiegogo crowdfunding platform.