Gone to press: in this week's magazine

The internet journalist turned entrepreneur who is launching an innovative news website in India.

We showcase the best news photos in the world as selected from the Photographer’s Year award winners.

What the creation of a £3bn business publishing giant with the possible merger of Informa and UBM could mean for journalists.

How journalists at Newsquest York are set for a clash with management over mandatory 8am NUJ chapel meetings.

Daily Sport chief executive Andrew Fickling explains the thinking behind the publisher’s purchase of Front magazine for £265,000.

We talk to The Sun’s Polish bureau chief Dagmara Gladysz about bringing out the paper’s Polish language edition.

The inside story of how the Sunday Mirror caught out London Mayor Boris Johnson by trailing his bicycle.

Newspaper design expert Alan Geere give his verdict on The Times’ much criticised new look.

And Axegrinder reveals some of the greatest expenses fiddles in history.


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