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A further 14 jobs to go as Trinity Mirror closes Local World websites and merges production on Bristol dailiesBy Dominic Ponsford | 25 Apr 2016
A further 14 editorial jobs are to go at titles in the Local World regional newspaper group which was bought by Trinity Mirror last November.
By John Reynolds | 22 Apr 2016
The editor of the Derby Telegraph is the third senior editor of a daily title in the Local World group of newspapers, which were purchased by Trinity Mirror for £220 million last year, to leave the newspaper group.
Government inaction on Local World buyout promotes 'stultifying' regional monopolies, says publisher BullivantBy John Keenan | 19 Apr 2016
A regional newspaper publisher has attacked the competition regulator's refusal to take action on the Trinity Mirror take-over of Local World.
By John Keenan | 18 Apr 2016
Trinity Mirror is merging the news teams at two regional titles, with the loss of up to eight editorial jobs.
By John Reynolds | 12 Apr 2016
Trinity Mirror is launching Glasgow Live, its latest in a string of standalone digital website launches, with a team of ten journalists.
By John Reynolds | 30 Mar 2016
Trinity Mirror is launching a new standalone digital title in Ireland which it claims will be a “one-stop shop for all things Dublin”.
Supreme Court rejects Trinity Mirror challenge against paying damages of £1.2m to eight hacking victimsBy Dominic Ponsford | 23 Mar 2016
The Supreme Court has rejected Trinity Mirror's challenge against a £1.2m damages award made to eight victims of phone-hacking.
By John Reynolds | 09 Mar 2016
The New Day is not lifting its cover price to 50p as planned amid reports that its sales are currently standing at around 110,000 copies a day.
By Dominic Ponsford | 04 Mar 2016
One week in to the launch of The New Day and you would need a heart of stone not to wish the new title every success.
By Dominic Ponsford | 29 Feb 2016
The circulation department from i has urged newsagents not to be persuaded by Trinity Mirror to let The New Day take away its prominence of newsstands.
By Dominic Ponsford | 29 Feb 2016
Regional and national newspaper publisher Trinity Mirror has announced operating profit down £16.4m to £82.2m for 2015 on turnover down £44.6m to £592.7m.
Trinity Mirror's The New Day launches with a pledge to write for readers 'not to impress other journalists'By Dominic Ponsford | 29 Feb 2016
The first new UK national newspaper since i launched six years ago hit newsstands this morning with a pledge to provide a “glass-half-full outlook” on life.
By John Reynolds | 26 Feb 2016
The editor of Trinity Mirror’s new daily newspaper the New Day said there is nothing “greater than setting up a national newspaper”, as the paper launches a £5 million advertising campaign ahead of its launch on Monday.
Trinity Mirror confirms launch of 'upbeat', 'optimistic', 'politically neutral' national newspaper New DayBy Dominic Ponsford | 22 Feb 2016
Trinity Mirror has confirmed it will launch a new "upbeat", "optimistic" and "politically neutral" national newspaper called New Day. It will be available Monday to Friday and launch on Monday, 29 February.
By Dominic Ponsford | 19 Feb 2016
By all accounts market conditions in the UK national newspaper market are atrocious at present. So why is Trinity Mirror planning the launch of new national daily?
By William Turvill | 18 Feb 2016
A broking company has told investors Trinity Mirror's proposed cut-price national newspaper launch is a "low-risk exercise".
Trinity Mirror's new cut-price national expected to be called New Day and to launch within a fortnightBy William Turvill | 17 Feb 2016
Trinity Mirror's new cut-price national newspaper is expected to be called New Day and launched within a fortnight.
By William Turvill | 10 Feb 2016
Trinity Mirror has launched a free mobile news aggregation app which shares content from multiple sources in order to present a rounded view of the news.
By William Turvill | 09 Feb 2016
The publisher has divided its business into 11 regions, each with its own managing director and editor-in-chief.
By William Turvill | 03 Feb 2016
Patrick Phelvin has replaced Jon-Paul Hedge as editor of the twice-weekly newspaper.