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Questions for Mirror over use of 2009 picture of crying US child for front page British poverty storyBy William Turvill | 16 Apr 2014
According to blogger Dan Barker, this photo was uploaded on to Flickr in 2009 and sold to the Mirror by Getty Images. It apparently shows a young girl called Anne who was upset because she lost an earthworm who she had befriended.
By William Turvill | 15 Apr 2014
The Daily Mirror wrongly claimed a front page picture of a giant rat was taken in Liverpool.
By William Turvill | 14 Apr 2014
Trinity Mirror's Hammersmith and Fulham Chronicle series is to be closed down this month, putting 15 jobs at risk of redundancy.
Trinity Mirror journalists score online hit with David Moyes excuse generator built on coding courseBy Dominic Ponsford | 27 Mar 2014
A 'David Moyes' random excuse generator created by Trinity Mirror journalists on a two-day digital training course has proved to be an online hit on the websites of the Manchester Evening News and the Liverpool Echo.
By Press Gazette | 27 Mar 2014
Journalists at the Crewe Chronicle have been offered "a base" in a local council building after Trinity Mirror announced it would be closing the newspaper office in a home-working experiment.
By Press Gazette | 25 Mar 2014
Trinity Mirror is to restructure all of its regional news operations - with a renewed focus on digital content backed up by a "specialist print publishing unit" at each base responsible for turning the day's online news output into a newspaper.
By Press Gazette | 19 Mar 2014
Trinity Mirror is looking to develop the entertainment sections of all of its regional websites and has appointed a group-wide What's On editor to oversee the project.
By Press Gazette | 18 Mar 2014
A Trinity Mirror regional newspaper has begun "an experiment to see how journalists might be able to work in isolation" - by working from home.
By Press Gazette | 17 Mar 2014
Newcastle Journal editor Brian Aitken is moving to a new role of regional business director at Trinity Mirror North-East and will be responsible for "driving new enterprise revenue streams", the publisher has announced.
By Dominic Ponsford | 13 Mar 2014
The National Union of Journalists has condemned a payout to former Trinity Mirror chief executive Sly Bailey of £400,000 under a long-term incentive plan.
By Press Gazette | 13 Mar 2014
The publisher of the Daily Record has launched a new website "for Scots everywhere" ahead of the referendum on Scottish independence.
By Press Gazette | 13 Mar 2014
Trinity Mirror has reported a 2.6 per cent rise in pre-tax profits for 2013 to £101.3m, despite revenue falling 6 per cent over the same period to £663.8m.
By Darren Boyle | 27 Feb 2014
Trinity Mirror has appointed Toby Chapman to the new role of group development editor.
Trinity Mirror launches blood cancer campaign with Anthony Nolan to honour 'inspiring' journalist Adrian SudburyBy Darren Boyle | 13 Feb 2014
Trinity Mirror is collaborating with the Anthony Nolan blood cancer charity in a bid to highlight case studies of donors and people who have survived the illness.
Trinity Mirror pays £9 million into company pension fund following better than expected financial figuresBy Darren Boyle | 04 Feb 2014
Trinity Mirror paid an extra £9 million into its company pension fund because of better than expected revenues during 2013, the company has announced.
By Dominic Ponsford | 29 Jan 2014
Trinity Mirror has promoted Malcolm Coles to the new job of general manager Mirror Online and recruited Martin Belam to the job of editor, new formats.
By Dominic Ponsford | 28 Jan 2014
Trinity Mirror has closed its new Buzzfeed-style website for The People after just under three months.
By Darren Boyle | 28 Jan 2014
Trinity Mirror has said it “does not tolerate” wrongdoing within its business after the Old Bailey heard yesterday that former Sunday Mirror journalist Dan Evans has pleaded guilty to phone-hacking.
By Darren Boyle | 23 Jan 2014
Trinity Mirror is considering launching a daily tablet edition of the Birmingham Post, Press Gazette has learned.
By Darren Boyle | 14 Jan 2014
One month after the closure of the weekly Liverpool Post Trinity Mirror this weekend launches the Sunday Echo as the UK's first new Sunday paper since the launch of The Sun on Sunday. The title is priced 50p and will be produced by the same team of journalists which work on the Echo Monday t