Former Royal and Downing Street PR joins PCC
By NS staff writer - 12 March 16:27

Charles Anson worked as press secretary for Thatcher and Callaghan.

Sly Bailey facing shareholder revolt over 'excessive' pay
By Andrew Pugh - 12 March 15:36

Shareholders take issue with the £1.7m pay package of Trinity Mirror's chief executive.

Leveson Inquiry cost £1.9m in first six months
By Andrew Pugh - 12 March 15:29

Official figures show the cost to the taxpayer of the inquiry into the media.

What next after this PCC limbo?
By Steven Baxter - 09 March 13:24

If the new, post-Leveson Press Complaints Commission is to be of any worth, it must listen to the pu

PCC to close by year's end
By Anonymous - 08 March 15:27

Press regulator is to close in the wake of criticism over its response to phone hacking.

Apple iPad and the press
By Anonymous - 08 March 10:20

Will the tablet, now in its third incarnation, be the death of print journalism?

Putin’s choice, mocking Jesus and picking Blackpool over the Oscars
By Evgeny Lebedev - 07 March 9:56

What do I think of the Sun on Sunday? It doesn't make me think.

Father of Baby P wins £75,000 in libel damages
By Andrew McIntyre - 06 March 15:31

Publisher of the People ordered to pay damages and legal costs.

Sun on Sunday loses estimated half million sales
By Andrew McIntyre - 06 March 15:30

Issue two saw sales of about 2.6m copies.

Salmond's courtship of Murdoch continues
By George Eaton - 06 March 13:00

SNP activists are said to be dismayed by Salmond's behaviour.

Profit down 29 per cent at Archant
By NS staff writer - 06 March 12:25

Publisher saw profits rise during the second half of the year.

People pays £75K to Baby P dad over sex offender libel
By PA Mediapoint - 05 March 12:33

Lawyers say paper was guilty of "one of the gravest libels."

Guardian apology to Sun over Glasman claims
By Andrew Pugh - 05 March 12:21

News International says Glasman never planned to write a column.

A guide to borrowing a horse from the Metropolitan Police
By Samira Shackle - 02 March 12:19

Cameron confirms that he did ride Brooks' horse. So how can you get a retired police horse of your o

How the Sun reported James Murdoch's resignation
By Samira Shackle - 01 March 16:00

"Praised . . . James has new roles."

Why we should be a little less pedantic
By Steven Baxter - 01 March 15:25

Sometimes the message is much more important than the words.

Leader: Alex Salmond is shameless in courting the Murdochs
By NS staff writer - 01 March 8:08

The Scottish First Minister has shown contempt for democracy and transparency.

Police corruption, the duck house of Hackgate and King Lear for girls
By Helen Lewis - 01 March 8:08

Rebekah Brooks's horse is the £1,645 duck house of Hackgate.

Did the News of the World seek to undermine a murder investigation?
By David Allen Green - 29 February 15:50

The significant allegation of Jacqui Hames at the Leveson inquiry.

James Murdoch to step down as executive chair of News International
By Samira Shackle - 29 February 14:19

The younger Murdoch resigns from his position to "focus on international TV".

Met withheld information on hacking, MP claims
By Press Gazette - 28 February 15:34

Simon Hughes says police "ignored evidence of long-standing and widespread criminality."

Photographer Paul Conroy "smuggled out of Syria"
By NS staff writer - 28 February 15:26

The Times photographer is now in Lebanon.

The Met "loaned" Rebekah Brooks a horse
By George Eaton - 28 February 12:40

The News International scandal takes a surreal twist.

What do the latest allegations mean for the Sun?
By Samira Shackle - 27 February 13:10

Police chief Sue Akers has claimed that there was a "culture of illegal payments" to public official

A racket at News International?
By David Allen Green - 27 February 12:56

The second module of the Leveson inquiry has an explosive start.

Murdoch claims 3m launch sale of Sun on Sunday
By PA Mediapoint - 27 February 11:11

The media mogul used Twitter to make the announcement.

Finding truth in the sandstorm
By Helen Lewis - 27 February 0:00

Covering a war "means going to places torn by chaos, destruction and death . . . and trying to bear witness. It means trying to find the truth in

Sun on Sunday: a muted debut
By Steven Baxter - 26 February 18:28

Not quite brave new world, not quite News of the World re-badged.

Sun on Sunday: debut front page
By Jon Bernstein - 25 February 21:43

First look at News International's new Sunday tabloid.

Can the Sun on Sunday really keep Rupert happy?
By Jon Bernstein - 25 February 9:42

The Murdoch tabloid will have to buck the industry trend.

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