Bristol Evening Post.
There is hope in the wreckage of the local press
By Steven Baxter - 17 April 15:41

There will always be local news, except that it is a less attractive investment. Perhaps that’s best

New Statesman
Independent falls in line with 20p cover price hike
By Andrew Pugh - 17 April 12:16

The move will make The Times the UK's cheapest broadsheet.

New Statesman
Meyer: Hacking not relevant to debate over future of PCC
By Dominic Ponsford - 17 April 11:31

Self-regulation should be strengthened, the former PCC chief claims.

New Statesman
Northcliffe revenue down 10 per cent in last six months
By Andrew Pugh - 17 April 10:26

The media group's revenue has fallen in both circulation and advertising.

New Statesman
Five Johnston daily newspapers to go weekly
By Andrew Pugh - 17 April 8:22

Five regional papers to go weekly in May as part of "platform neutral" strategy.

New Statesman
Arson not ruled after NI weekly newspaper blaze
By Andrew Pugh - 16 April 12:18

Police are investigating a fire that ripped through the Larne Times building on Thursday night.

Bobby Davro.
Bobby Davro to sue News International over phone-hacking
By New Statesman - 16 April 11:17

Comedian joins new wave of litigants to file claims.

Pippa Middleton.
Pippa Middleton's friend points gun at paparazzi
By Press Gazette - 16 April 11:07

Photographer said to be "considering his options" after the incident in Paris.

New Statesman
Circulation of the Sun Sunday drops to 2.4m
By Dominic Ponsford - 13 April 17:07

The Guardian's paid for sale fell 16.8 per cent in March.

NightJack blogger sues the Times
NightJack blogger sues the Times
By Alice Gribbin - 13 April 15:55

Richard Horton sues paper for computer hacking, his lawyer Mark Lewis announces.

The Times and NightJack: an anatomy of a failure
By David Allen Green - 12 April 12:19

The story of how, in a string of managerial and legal lapses, the <em>Times</em> hacked NightJack and effectively misled the High Court

New Statesman
Celebs plan US phone-hack suits aganst News Corp
By Press Gazette - 12 April 11:52

Three victims have been widely identified as Paul Burrell, David Beckham and Jude Law.

New Statesman
Are we entering a post-exclusive age?
By Steven Baxter - 12 April 10:58

Being first just doesn’t have the same appeal it once did.

Samantha Brick.
Samantha Brick: No regrets over THAT article
By Andrew Pugh - 04 April 15:21

Backlash against Daily Mail writer who claimed women hate her for being beautiful.

Times editor James Harding arrives at the Leveson Inquiry in January.
Lessons from Leveson
By David Allen Green - 04 April 7:56

Ignorance is no excuse.

Alex Crawford.
The NS Interview: Alex Crawford, war reporter
By Samira Shackle - 03 April 15:12

“You have to be scared, because otherwise you’re not careful”

Sly Bailey, pay package
Mirror cuts Sly Bailey's bonus package
By Alice Gribbin - 03 April 11:00

Chief executive's short-term incentives cut by £500,000 due to shareholder pressure.

News of the World
NoW's James Desborough released without charge
By Press Gazette - 28 March 10:06

Former US editor, held on suspicion of phone-hacking, faces "no further action".

Old Trafford, Independent, Chris Blackhurst
Man Utd "threatened to ban Independent"
By Andrew Pugh - 27 March 12:45

Independent editor calls for Lord Leveson to scrutinise role of PR companies.

Richard Desmond
Desmond wields the axe
By Daniel Jacobius Morgan - 26 March 13:57

The newspaper group that owns Daily Star and Daily Express to cut 71 staff

Police blamed for McCann and Jefferies media mistakes
By NS staff writer - 20 March 17:02

Police could have reduced negative media coverage in the cases of Madeleine McCann's disappearance and Joanna Yeates's murder if they had given journalists off-the-record guidance, Daily Star crime correspondent Jerry Lawton t

Thatcher and Murdoch met before Times acquisition
By Andrew McIntyre - 19 March 17:30

Both sides have long denied that a meeting took place.

Stephen Lawrence leak came from a "senior" Scotland Yard official
By Daniel Jacobius Morgan - 15 March 17:35

Senior policeman says that murder investigation leak came from Scotland Yard.

Met "grades journalists by favourable coverage"
By Andrew Pugh - 15 March 16:18

Sun journalist claims that the Metropolitan Police keeps track of reporters.

New Statesman
Trinity Mirror's annual profit and revenue decline
By New Statesman - 15 March 8:18

But the publisher reduces net debt.

FT journalists in three-hour walkout threat
By Andrew Pugh - 14 March 15:11

Say they would stop working next Thursday pending an agreement with management.

“Plastic Brits” — and the Mail’s struggle to decide who isn’t British
By Sunder Katwala - 13 March 11:14

If Team GB is only nine-tenths British-born, that team meeting will look like Britain itself.

How not to make a headline fit
By NS staff writer - 13 March 10:55

<em>Independent</em> goes to press with filler headlinesasasasasassaaaatttkkkf. (Just like that).

Rebekah and Charlie Brooks arrested
By George Eaton - 13 March 9:39

Former News International chief executive arrested by police investigating phone hacking.