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By Dominic Ponsford | 05 Oct 2015
Guardian editor Katharine Viner has given her first interview since taking from Alan Rusbridger, to Vogue magazine.
By William Turvill and David Knowles | 18 Sep 2015
The Independent Press Standards Organisation has received more than 500 online complaints about unregulated national newspapers - most of which were about The Guardian.
By William Turvill | 08 Sep 2015
The Telegraph said in its leader column today: “In effect, the BBC’s answer to a problem caused by there being too many BBC journalists providing local news is to recruit more BBC journalists to provide local news."
IPSO receives 12 complaints over Independent's Aylan image use - but unable to investigate non-regulated paperBy William Turvill | 07 Sep 2015
Images of the drowned Syrian boy on a beach featured on several UK newspaper front pages last week.
By William Turvill | 04 Aug 2015
Buzzfeed has announced the recruitment of another high-profile Guardian journalist, head of news Stuart Millar.
Guardian head of news Stuart Millar moves on after 19 years 'with some trepidation about the outside world'By William Turvill | 31 Jul 2015
Staff were told yesterday of Stuart Millar's departure in an email sent by new editor-in-chief Katharine Viner.
By William Turvill | 30 Jul 2015
Guardian News and Media, publisher of The Guardian, Observer and TheGuardian.com, reduced its underlying losses from £19.4m to £19.1m in the 2014/15 financial year, according to its results.
Spot the difference: Guardian sends 'bullying' legal letter to Martial Arts Guardian because titles could be 'confused'By Dominic Ponsford | 22 Jul 2015
Free digital magazine the Martial Arts Guardian has received a “bullying” legal letter from The Guardian because of concerns the two titles will be "confused".
New York Times London office may exceed 100 staff but it is 'not looking to compete with local media'By William Turvill | 15 Jul 2015
The president of international at The New York Times has played down the significance of the title’s staff growth in the UK – but said the operation may grow further in London. (Picture: Shutterstock)
By William Turvill | 03 Jul 2015
The Guardian is launching an editorial office in San Francisco (pictured, Shutterstock).
By Axegrinder | 01 Jul 2015
The Guardian, like Times and Sun publisher News UK, is offering sixth formers the chance to spend a week of their summer holidays at its offices by taking part in summer school.
By William Turvill | 24 Jun 2015
A study has found that The Independent is the most talked-about UK newspaper on social media.
Scott Trust chair: Before Guardian phone-hacking revelations 'journalists had switched off their moral compass'By Dominic Ponsford | 16 Jun 2015
Scott Trust chair Dame Liz Forgan has said that it seemed like a “whole generation of journalists had switched off their moral compass” prior to The Guardian’s exposure of the phone-hacking scandal.
By William Turvill | 16 Jun 2015
Former Guardian deputy editor Janine Gibson has joined Buzzfeed UK as editor-in-chief.
'Spectacular coincidence'? Sunday Times report claiming China and Russia have accessed Snowden files comes under fireBy Dominic Ponsford | 15 Jun 2015
A Sunday Times story claiming Russia and China have accessed the Snowden files has been described as a “spectacular coincidence” by Liberty director Shami Chakrabarti.
By William Turvill | 12 Jun 2015
The Guardian has been “banned” from entering Azerbaijan to cover the inaugural European Games, which start today. (Baku venue pictured, Reuters)
Lib Dem peer and former UK terror laws watchdog 'absolutely certain' Edward Snowden stories damaged national securityBy PA Medialawyer and Press Gazette | 08 Jun 2015
The mass disclosure of the Edward Snowden files has "done considerable damage" to national security in a number of countries, a former terror laws watchdog has said.
Alan Rusbridger on hacking, Snowden, Wikileaks and losing £300m to make The Guardian financially secureBy Dominic Ponsford | 05 Jun 2015
No one would question the fact that Rusbridger has gone out with an impressive run of scoops and investigations: Phone-hacking, Wikileaks, Snowden and then HSBC.
Guardian readers' editor ponders crowdsourcing solution on how to deal with 30,000 complaints a yearBy William Turvill | 04 Jun 2015
The Guardian readers’ editor has revealed that he received 29,551 in the year to March, an increase of more than 3,000 on the year before. (Picture: Reuters)
By Jasmin Nahar | 02 Jun 2015
Glendinning has been deputy editor of Guardian US since late last year.