Police chief Sue Akers has claimed that there was a "culture of illegal payments" to public official
The second module of the Leveson inquiry has an explosive start.
The media mogul used Twitter to make the announcement.
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
Not quite brave new world, not quite News of the World re-badged.
First look at News International's new Sunday tabloid.
The Murdoch tabloid will have to buck the industry trend.
Judge concludes it is "not necessary or proportionate" to continue the injunction.
Young journalists could get financial help to launch career.
Newspaper receives ten nominations.
The former prime minister's wife alleges News of the World hacked her phone.
Former murder suspect latest person to sue NI over phone hacking claims.
The headline about the event that helped trigger the 2011 London riots was also inaccurate, the PCC
In these troubled economic times, isn't it good to know that some parts of our export market are thriving?
Education secretary questions the role of regulation in the press.
Acclaimed war reporter killed after her house was shelled in Homs.
Reporter who uncovered some of the most important crime stories of recent times passes away.
If the new venture succeeds, it may become more inviting for others to consider combining daily and
Robert Thompson is reportedly suing the News of the World publisher.
"Up yours UK laws", and other suggestions for the newspaper's first splash.
News International claims "this is our moment".
News International employees appear surprised by new NotW announcement.
The most likely buyer for the Sun and NoW is Richard Desmond, owner of Express Newspapers.
News Corp chief set for talks with Sun staff over corrupt payment scandal.
Report examines the relationship between investigative journalism and public relations.
Long may such freedom of speech continue.
GNM offer staff law and media course in light of Redknapp trial.
Why those at the tabloid should be more concerned with News International than the police.
An expense claim shows one of the paper's journalists took two policemen to lunch.