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By William Turvill and Press Association | 22 Apr 2015
Former Daily Mirror editor Piers Morgan has been questioned by Scotland Yard detectives in connection with claims of phone-hacking.
By Matthew Gilley | 10 Apr 2015
The National Union of Journalists will be holding a protest rally tomorrow against the closure of a Trinity Mirror office in Caernarfon, Wales.
By Matthew Gilley | 09 Apr 2015
A new content-sharing deal between two neighbouring dailies in the North East could affect editorial independence and media plurality, the National Union of Journalists has warned.
By William Turvill | 08 Apr 2015
The Coventry Times will cease publication on 20 April. The free weekly newspaper is produced by staff from its paid-for sister title, the Coventry Telegraph, and no job losses will result in the closure.
By Dominic Ponsford | 31 Mar 2015
Some 24 regional newspaper titles published by Trinity Mirror have published election manifestos.
Met Police officers investigating Mirror titles 'sitting on dozens of unopened bin-bags of material', reports The TimesBy William Turvill | 30 Mar 2015
The Metropolitan Police is reportedly “sitting on dozens of unopened bin-bags of material” gathered by officers investigating Trinity Mirror national newspapers.
By John Reynolds | 26 Mar 2015
Trinity Mirror is understood to be in negotiations to buy David Montgomery’s regional newspaper group Local World, according to industry sources.
By PA Media Lawyer | 25 Mar 2015
A claim by lawyers for phone-hacking victims that they had suffered "unparalleled" harm was simply wrong, the High Court has heard.
Mirror phone-hacking court told: 'There was no higher journalistic purpose, MGN has - rightly - not taken any public interest point'By PA Mediapoint | 20 Mar 2015
The High Court is facing an "unparallelled" task in deciding the amount of damages to be awarded in eight phone-hacking claims, a judge has heard.
By William Turvill and Dominic Ponsford | 17 Mar 2015
Trinity Mirror has confirmed it is in early discussions to acquire some of Richard Desmond's Express Newspapers titles.
Ex-Daily Mirror journalist James Hipwell tells court hacking was 'endemic' - and denies 'ultimate payback' motivationBy PA Mediapoint | 16 Mar 2015
Former Mirror Group journalist James Hipwell has denied that giving evidence to the High Court phone-hacking trial was the "ultimate payback" for going to prison over the "City Slickers" share-dealing scandal.
Ex-Sunday Mirror journalist Dan Evans tells court how he became 'in-house hacker' after tutoring from 'inner circle'By William Turvill and Press Association | 13 Mar 2015
Former Sunday Mirror journalist Dan Evans (pictured, Reuters) told the High Court yesterday how he would "place myself in [the] shoes" of phone-hacking targets to crack their PIN codes.
By PA Mediapoint | 12 Mar 2015
Ed Miliband's silence over the Mirror Group's phone-hacking could be due to his desire not to offend the one news organisation arguing in his favour, William Hague has said. (Picture: Reuters)
'These guys have ruined my life. I have no life': Gazza tells court of link between phone-hacking and his alcoholismBy PA Mediapoint | 11 Mar 2015
Paul Gascoigne told the High Court today that phone-hacking was linked to his alcoholism.
By PA Mediapoint | 10 Mar 2015
The flight attendant ex-girlfriend of footballer Rio Ferdinand sobbed as she told the High Court that the hacking of her voicemails had left her feeling "hounded" by the press.
Former Corrie actress tells how Mirror phone-hacking led to 'secret marriage', break-up and I'm a Celebrity... storiesBy PA Mediapoint | 09 Mar 2015
Actress Shobna Gulati (pictured, Shutterstock) has told the High Court that phone-hacking led to her son being bullied at school.
By PA Mediapoint | 09 Mar 2015
TV executive Alan Yentob (pictured, Reuters) has told the High Court that he felt "invaded and sickened" by the phone-hacking to which he was subjected by journalists from Mirror Group Newspapers.
Trinity Mirror: No evidence hacking was widespread, no cover-up, company has cooperated fully with policeBy Dominic Ponsford | 08 Mar 2015
Trinity Mirror has denied claims made in court that a "horde" of its journalists were involved in phone-hacking.
By Press Gazette | 04 Mar 2015
The chairman of the Regulatory Funding Company (RFC), which funds the Independent Press Standards Organisation, has stepped down from the post, it was announced today.
Cost cuts help Trinity Mirror increase profit to £102.3m despite £12m hacking costs and falling revenueBy William Turvill | 02 Mar 2015
The publisher set aside £12m for legal costs associated “historic legal issues”, including phone-hacking, last year, and it said today there is “present uncertainty” about how much this could cost in the future.