Gail Walker has replaced Mike Gilson, who left to take charge of the Brighton Argus in January, as editor of the daily.
Derby Telegraph in breach of three clauses of Editors' Code over picture of injured girl, IPSO rulesBy William Turvill 04 March 9:22
The Independent Press Standards Organisation has ruled that the Derby Telegraph breached three clauses of the Editors’ Code for a photograph used in a story headlined: “Girl involved in incident outside Derbyshire secondary school”.
Editors could be axed across Johnston Press South Midlands titles in 'newsroom of the future' shake-upBy William Turvill 02 March 11:24
Johnston Press has denied that six of its South Midlands editor roles are to be axed as part of a "newsroom of the future" shake-up.
By Press Gazette 02 March 9:25
Newsquest is making ten more redundancies at its Herald titles in Glasgow.
Trinity Mirror local newspaper websites double traffic year on year as group overtakes Johnston and Local WorldBy William Turvill 27 February 14:00
Trinity Mirror's regional websites more than doubled their collective traffic year on year in the second half of 2014, the latest set of ABC results show.
By William Turvill 26 February 13:21
Stokes, who has been deputy editor of the Post since 2006, is to take over from Mean after he retires on 6 March.
MPs tell BBC it 'must not expect to receive others' news content without providing something in return'By William Turvill and Press Association 26 February 9:30
The BBC has been told it "must not expect to receive others’ news content without providing something in return".
By William Turvill 25 February 13:21
The only newspaper to publicly back the campaign for Scottish independence in September's referendum saw its circulation increase by 34.7 per cent in the second half of 2014. s.
By William Turvill 25 February 12:45
All paid-for regional daily newspapers saw their circulations decline in the second half of 2014, according to new ABC figures.
Independent publisher of 19-month-old Pembrokeshire Herald to launch two new paid-for Welsh weekliesBy William Turvill 24 February 14:56
MegaGroup, based in Milford Haven, started publishing the Pembrokeshire Herald in July 2013. The 70p title now claims a paid-for circulation of 6,700.
By Albert Olaoye 20 February 16:56
Archant has announced Craig Nayman as its first-ever chief commercial officer.
By William Turvill 20 February 10:42
This morning, Local World began advertising for “talented journalists obsessed with digital to join its new national team” based in its High Street Kensington office.
By William Turvill 20 February 9:50
Newsquest Hampshire editor-in-chief Ian Murray has told staff of proposals to cut the positions of picture editor and deputy picture editor - and create a "User Generated Content Editor" position.
Tindle steps into gap left by closure of Fulham and Hammersmith Chronicle with weekly newspaper launchBy William Turvill 19 February 16:08
The newspaper is to be part of Tindle’s London Weekly News group, which was launched last November to cover Westminster, Kensington, Chelsea and Pimlico.
By Dominic Ponsford 19 February 10:01
The CPS has declined to prosecute the conwoman exposed by a reporter after police upheld a harassment complaint against him.
By William Turvill 13 February 8:58
The publisher has announced it is to enter into consultation with staff on The Courier and Evening Telegraph.
Plymouth Herald launches Safer Spaces campaign to reduce number of mental health sufferers being held in police custodyBy William Turvill 11 February 17:31
The Safer Spaces campaign has been launched by the title as the Home Affairs Select Committee called for the law to stop police cells being used as "places of safety" by mentally ill people.
By William Turvill 11 February 16:11
Trinity Mirror has announced plans to close six regional newspaper titles with the loss of nine jobs.
By Dominic Ponsford 10 February 15:21
The Chester Leader has been censured by the Independent Press Standards Organisation for publication of a court report which identified a child in breach of reporting restrictions.
By Dominic Ponsford 10 February 13:51
The National Union of Journalists has condemned a scheme run by Newsquest which charges £120 to give students the chance to be published in one of its titles.