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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.
By PA Mediapoint and Press Gazette | 02 Feb 2016
Trinity Mirror may go to the Supreme Court to challenge costs of £242,000 charged by lawyers in a privacy case where the claimant was awarded £20,000.
Sunday Mirror's Kevin O'Sullivan 'astonished' by support after Piers Morgan, presenters and Boycie condemn column axeBy William Turvill | 29 Jan 2016
O'Sullivan also told Press Gazette he hopes the "outpouring", from the likes of Piers Morgan and Boycie from Only Fools and Horses, will prompt Trinity Mirror to reinstate him.
By William Turvill | 28 Jan 2016
Trinity Mirror's new cut-price national newspaper is set to be launched next month.
By Dominic Ponsford | 14 Jan 2016
According to Trinity Mirror the site employed four journalists: one had already handed in his notice, one is a contractor and two are set to work on other projects.
By William Turvill | 12 Jan 2016
A team of Mirror journalists are working on a new, cut-price national newspaper, well-placed sources have told Press Gazette.
By Dominic Ponsford | 06 Jan 2016
The Western Morning News has closed its Sunday edition.
By PA Media Lawyer | 18 Dec 2015
Mirror Group Newspapers suffered a second defeat in the Court of Appeal when it lost its appeal over Mr Justice Mann's refusal to make an order that broadcaster Alan Yentob should pay its costs in his phone-hacking claim.
Trinity Mirror increases provision to deal with hacking damages claims to £41m after Court of Appeal challenge rejectedBy William Turvill | 17 Dec 2015
The judgment said the publisher should not "expect this court to come to its resuce and find some way of finding the awards to be excessive".
By William Turvill | 16 Dec 2015
The Daily Mirror currently costs 60p, making it the most expensive daily tabloid along with the Daily Mail.
By William Turvill and Dominic Ponsford | 15 Dec 2015
Five National Union of Journalists chapels have voted to take industrial action over Trinity Mirror's plans to introduce individual online traffic targets for journalists.
News Corp and Trinity Mirror need to address betrayal of sources if industry is to move on from hacking scandalBy Dominic Ponsford | 11 Dec 2015
Around five years after the Met Police first re-opened its investigation into historic allegations of phone-hacking at newspapers the Crown Prosecution Service has finally signaled that the case is closed.
By William Turvill and Press Association | 11 Dec 2015
No further action is to be taken in long running phone-hacking investigations, the Crown Prosecution Service has announced.
By William Turvill | 01 Dec 2015
The Daily Express reports that its owner has “never spoken” to Trinity Mirror chief executive Simon Fox about a potential sale and is “irritated by what he sees at the Mirror Group’s using his name and prolonging the idea of a deal perhaps as a cheap means of shoring up their share price although th
Trinity Mirror chief: 'No democratic deficit' in local news and he doesn't want more BBC reporters in regionsBy William Turvill | 05 Nov 2015
Speaking on Radio 4’s Media Show, Simon Fox said Trinity Mirror does want “want different help, but we don’t want that help” from the corporation.
Political editor Vincent Moss leaves Sunday Mirror: 'A real gentleman journalist - and a formidable scoop merchant'By William Turvill | 03 Nov 2015
Moss started his journalism career at the Bristol Evening Post and started in the Lobby in 1995 as political editor for agency Central Press.
By William Turvill and Dominic Ponsford | 28 Oct 2015
Trinity Mirror has confirmed it is to buy regional publisher Local World.
By PA Mediapoint | 20 Oct 2015
MGN is appealing against Mr Justice Mann's ruling, in May, which saw the payment of record compensation, totalling about £1.2m, as a result of the invasions of privacy concerned being "so serious and so prolonged".