By Mike Waring 24 November 7:30

Mike Charity, one of the West Country’s best known freelance photo-journalists and TV news cameramen has died at the age of 79.

By Dominic Ponsford 24 November 7:15
David Steen,considered one of the great Fleet Street photographers of his time, has died aged 79.
By PA Mediapoint 03 November 9:19
Radio 4 Today presenter John Humphrys said his former colleague, who had cancer, was "one of the great radio newsreaders".
By Dominic Ponsford 27 October 16:57
Former Observer film critic Philip French died today aged 82.
By David Williams 19 October 13:23
For more than a quarter of a century in Fleet Street, Peter Burden, who died this month aged 77, was considered by many journalists, editors and police officers to have been the doyen of crime reporters.
By PA Mediapoint 19 October 9:22

Tributes have been paid to a British journalist and student who died in Istanbul, as friends called into question the circumstances of her death. (Turkish flag pictured, Shutterstock)

By PA Mediapoint 14 October 8:09
Tony Hall commended the veteran broadcaster's dedication to "giving a voice to people who otherwise would not be heard".
By Mark A. Silberstein 21 September 11:35
Former Yorkshire Evening Post editor Malcolm Barker has died aged 84. He edited the paper from 1970 to 1987 and received an OBE for his services to journalism.
By Harold Heys 08 September 12:40
John Maddock, former deputy editor of the Sunday People and the man behind Express Newspapers' pioneering production centre at Broughton, near Preston, has died in hospital at the age of 73 after a long and determined fight against cancer.
By Josephine McCoan 07 September 18:15
Broadcaster and business journalist Nigel Roberts has died from a heart attack, aged 61.
By William Turvill 11 August 13:06

Former National Union of Journalists general secretary Ken Morgan has died aged 86.

According to the NUJ, which Morgan led for seven years, he died on 5 August in Farnborough, Kent.

By Bob Naylor 06 July 10:05
Former Swindon Evening Advertiser chief photographer Peter Twaites, who died on Friday 3 July 2015 aged 79, had a career that took him from a 15-year-old darkroom assistant on the Sunday Mercury in Birmingham to gaining a PhD and lecturing in Media Law and Photojournalism at Cardiff University until he retired at the age of 69.
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 Dominic Ponsford 25 June 9:37
Rupert Murdoch was the guest of honour at a small private lunch held at The Garrick club in London in memory of the late Arthur Brittenden.
By Dominic Ponsford 17 June 17:17
Former Daily Express features sub Malcolm Markland has died aged 75.
By Samuel Osborne 28 April 15:44
Richard West, who has died age 84, was described as a “paragon of the independent journalist for his generation” in an obituary by The Guardian.
By Samuel Osborne 28 April 13:13
Arthur Brittenden, who recently died age 90, has been described as “a towering figure on Fleet Street who worked closely with two of the great newspaper barons of the second half of the 20th century — Lord Beaverbrook and Rupert Murdoch” in an obituary by The Times.
By Quita Morgan 10 March 8:48
Pioneering Bristol journalist Barbara Buchanan, who was credited with saving lives through her campaign for cervical cancer smear tests, has died at the age of 100.
By Press Gazette 23 February 12:35
Richard Beeston, for 26 years a foreign correspondent for the Daily Telegraph, has died aged 88.
By William Turvill 16 February 10:15
According to the Record, Airs became "the 'gold standard' for reporters in 1975 when he was sent to the police cells by a High Court judge".