By Chris Moncrieff 21 May 16:00
Colin Webb, who has died aged 74, was a highly effective editor of the Press Association from 1986 to 1995 and successfully steered the agency through a crucial period in its history.
By Dominic Ponsford 20 May 9:26
Times foreign editor Richard Beeston has died of cancer aged 50.
By Press Gazette 13 May 10:19
Former Daily Echo editor Neal Butterworth has died of cancer aged 55, two years after leaving his job with Newsquest.
Margaret Thatcher, 1925-2010? David Wooding publishes the News of the World's prepared 16-page supplementBy Axegrinder 18 April 9:04
Ex-News of the World journalist David Wooding has published his former paper’s prepared Margaret Thatcher pull-out on his blog.
Former head of news at the Yorkshire Post Richard “Dick” Clark has died at the age of 68.
By Anthony Barej 12 April 15:48
Tributes have been paid to a lifelong local newspaper journalist described as "everything that’s best about the local press".
By Press Gazette 09 April 11:29
Hull-born journalist Bruce McDonald, who held senior positions across the world in his career, has died in St Lucia.
By William Turvill 02 April 14:40
Nottingham Post editor Mel Cook has died at the age of 51, the newspaper has announced.
Frank Keating tributes: 'He reinvented the language, making everything fizz with the sheer joie de vivre of word play'By Dominic Ponsford 28 January 9:12
The death of former Guardian chief sports writer Frank Keating last week at the age of 75 prompted some eloquent tributes from his collegues in the sporting press.
Frank Keating - who continued to write his sports column for The Observer until a few weeks ago - has died at the age of 75.
By Press Gazette 24 January 9:15
A leading motorcycle journalist has died in an accident at a press launch in South Africa.
By Press Gazette 22 January 16:46
Sky News colleagues have paid tribute to senior sports producer Mark O’Leary who died of cancer just before Christmas aged 51.
By Press Gazette 16 January 11:52
Former Daily Mirror photographer Charlie Ley – who captured an iconic image of John Lennon and Yoko Ono staging their famous sit-in at the Amsterdam Hilton – has died aged 87.
The journalist who set up the first Financial Times overseas edition has died at the age of 79.
A former BBC director general who led the corporation through its coverage of the Falklands War, Miners' strike and Northern Ireland Troubles in the early 1980s has died aged 82.
By Press Gazette 08 January 10:25
Bill Hodgkinson, who spent all his working life in Withy Grove, Manchester, died on 13 December, at the Half Acre Care Centre, Radcliffe, aged 96.
A journalist who interviewed every US president from Truman to Clinton, and Che Guevera to boot, has died aged 92.
By Dominic Ponsford 02 January 10:20
BBC cricket correspondent Jonathen Agnew has said he doubted anyone has contributed more to coverage of cricket than his predecessor Christopher Martin-Jenkins, who has died of cancer aged 67.
By PA Mediapoint 30 December 16:55
David Cameron has paid tribute to "Fleet Street legend" Lord Rees-Mogg, who has died after a short illness aged 84.
By John Dale 12 December 12:34
Noel Botham was laid to rest last week. He was the undisputed master of a school of journalism which would have given Lord Justice Leveson the vapours.