Hello! Magazine has started printing in the North of England again, following the closure of its former supplier, Polestar.
The University of Sheffield’s Journalism Studies department is leading a study comparing press regulation and ethics across 12 European countries.
Manchester brand storytelling agency Truth has delivered the 2018/19 prospectus for Manchester High School for Girls.
The Whitby Gazette will not have an office in the town for the first time in 164 years following Johnston Press’s decision to close it.
Dave Lafferty, executive editor of the Manchester Evening News Group, has left the company after 26 years to “try something different”.
Newsquest has confirmed that The Leader will be printed 6 days a week from this weekend.
Christen Ager-Hanssen, the biggest shareholder in Johnston Press, has told Prolific North he has earmarked a new chairman he hopes to instal at the end of the summer.
Features writer Hilarie Stelfox has left the Huddersfield Examiner after 38 years - one of three departures from the newspaper inside a week.
Reach, the publisher of the Manchester Evening News and Liverpool Echo, has recorded a first-half loss of £113.5m after slashing the value of its regional titles by £150m.
Colin Mafham, a journalist of 50 years, has been fired from the Express after writing a “vile, presumptuous and repugnant” article about Liverpool FC fans.