By Darren Boyle 21 February 16:11
Press Association editor Jonathan Grun has been made a freeman of the City of London and as a result is planning to drive a herd of sheep across London Bridge.
By Press Gazette 30 January 12:36
A journalist who has reported on Northern Ireland since the outbreak of the Troubles in August 1968 is retiring after 33 years with the Press Association.
By Dominic Ponsford 13 January 17:07
A witness in a Met Police investigation into historic allegations of child abuse claims they were approached by a Special Branch officer pretending to be Sunday People journalist.
MP calls for new listing system for family law cases to allow journalists easier access to background informationBy Press Association 12 January 13:17
An MP has called for a change in the way family courts and the Court of Protection are covered to allow greater access to journalists.
By Emma McGarthy 08 January 12:01
Press Association photographer Ben Birchall used his experience over six years of visiting Porthcawl harbour in South Wales to capture dramatic storm images which made front pages of The Independent, Daily Mail, Times and Daily Telegraph yesterday.
By Darren Boyle 07 January 9:26
Growing up watching Kate Adie reporting from the latest warzone was the inspiration for the Press Association’s chief reporter Ellen Branagh to want to become a journalist.
By Press Gazette 16 December 9:23
Press Association is said to have made £125m from the sale of its weather forecasting business MeteoGroup.
By Darren Boyle 11 December 11:15
The Press Association has opened a voluntary redundancy scheme for staff based in Britain and Ireland.
News agencies secure 50,000 Euro payout over image theft in bid to tame 'Wild West' of online copyright theftBy Dominic Ponsford 15 November 11:28
A group of news agencies has settled out-of-court with a Croatian website for more than 50,000 Euros after it lifted their pictures and re-used them online without credit.
By Dominic Ponsford 30 October 9:48
Global news agency and financial information company Thomson Reuters has increased its job cuts to 5,500.
By Press Gazette 29 October 9:46
A former account manager of a press agency in east London has been ordered to pay back more than £120,000 to her former employers.
By Darren Boyle 18 October 8:14
A former Tory MP said any newspaper that printed topless photos of Gloria de Piero will face ‘humiliation’.
By Press Gazette 17 October 13:56
Labour MP Gloria De Piero has urged journalists to stop looking for topless photos which were taken of her more than 20 years ago.
By Andrew Young 23 September 12:28
A former news agency chief who trained a generation of national press journalists, oversaw the huge expansion of South West News and once told Robert Maxwell to "bugger off" has died aged 52.
By Michael Leidig 13 September 16:18
Corrupt Austrian bankers used a network of dodgy shell companies to help ponzie fraudster Bernie Madoff hide around $12bn which has yet to be tracked down. This is the claim made by freelance journalist Michael Leidig in a book - Pyramid Games - which he has published himself today.
By William Turvill 04 September 11:21
A picture agency has failed in an attempt to sue investigative journalism website Exaro for breach of copyright.
By Press Gazette 13 August 8:49
The AFP photographer who captured Usain Bolt crossing the finish line at the World Championships 100m final in Moscow on Sunday as lightning struck in the background has played down his achievement.
It's been pointed out to me that some online national newspaper journalists are garnering suspiciously high story counts.
By William Turvill 19 July 12:39
The Press Complaints Commission has decided not to uphold a complaint made against The Daily Telegraph for publishing photographs of Vicky Pryce in prison.
By Dominic Ponsford 18 July 10:21
The United Nations Security Council was yesterday urged to take action over the number of journalists worldwide being murdered for doing their jobs.