14 Mar 2013
A former police officer has been charged with allegedly supplying information to The Sun in exchange for cash.
13 Mar 2013
Twenty-four editorial jobs are at risk of redundancy at the loss-making regional publisher Archant under plans to centralise production of its Norfolk and Suffolk to Norwich.
12 Mar 2013
Attempts by a council PR working on one of London’s controversial ‘Town Hall Pravdas’ to alter councillors’ quotes have called into question the paper’s impartiality.
Archant chairman Richard Jewson
12 Mar 2013
Archant has reported £2.2m losses for the 2012 financial year and is facing a possible £13m bill from the taxman, shareholders were told today.
07 Mar 2013
Martin Wright has been appointed as the new editor of the Shropshire Star.
Stephen Fry. Credit: Reuters
07 Mar 2013
An influential group of authors including Stephen Fry, William Boyd and Salman Rushdie have urged party leaders to find a solution to the stalemate over libel reform.
06 Mar 2013
Peter Charlton is to stand down as editor of the Yorkshire Post after nine years in charge.
04 Mar 2013
Syrian president Bashar al-Assad told The Sunday Times his troops did not target the media centre where the paper’s correspondent Marie Colvin was killed in a rocket attack last year.
04 Mar 2013
The Press Complaints Commission has rejected claims by Gordon Brown’s office that an article reporting how the former Prime Minister has received more than £2m in fees and expenses since leaving office amounted to a “deliberate slur”.
01 Mar 2013
Andy Lines, the former Daily Mirror man once described as one of the great reporters his generation, is returning to the paper as chief reporter.
01 Mar 2013
Former News of the World executive editor Neil Wallis believes more arrested journalists will be cleared by the Crown Prosecution Service.
Lord Ashcroft. Credit: Reuters
28 Feb 2013
The Press Complaints Commission has rejected a complaint from former Tory party deputy chairman Lord Ashcroft claiming that The Independent had failed to publish a “fair and accurate report” of the outcome of a defamation action.
28 Feb 2013
In an interview with Press Gazette nine years ago Vice’s then UK editor Andy Capper boasted of how Vice’s remit was to celebrate “the things we’re meant to be ashamed of” – namely, sex, drugs and bodily functions. How things have changed.
27 Feb 2013
Lego has defended its commercial relationship with The Sun after supporters of an anti-Page Three campaign stepped up its pressure on the company.
26 Feb 2013
Sports agent Sky Andrew has won libel damages from Watford FC chairman Laurence Bassini over an article that appeared in Newsquest weekly the Watford Observer.
Credit: Reuters
26 Feb 2013
The 125-year-old International Herald Tribune is to be renamed The International New York Times, in one of the first major initiatives undertaken by chief executive Mark Thompson.
26 Feb 2013
Channel 4 News presenter Cathy Newman has revealed how an unnamed national newspaper editor repeatedly propositioned her after she had made it “patently clear that I wasn’t interested”.
26 Feb 2013
The Birmingham Mail is to give away 50,000 free copies of the paper on Fridays in the city centre in a bid to increase readership.
Credit: Reuters
25 Feb 2013
The Financial Times reported a 4 per cent increase in revenue to £443m in its end of year results this morning.

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