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James Goddard

‘Yellow vest protester’ James Goddard has been convicted of assaulting a Manchester Evening News photographer during a demonstration in Manchester in February.

The Chester Chronicle is to shut its office in the city, leaving the newspaper without a base in the community for the first time in its 244-year history.

A second high profile regional sports reporter has left their role, amid rumours that American sports title, The Athletic, has started to recruit ahead of a UK launch.

Clare Sumner

The BBC has defended its decision to end universal free licences for the over-75s and argued that cutting the pay of senior staff and on-screen stars would only save a fraction of the cost.

Magic Weekend

The Sun is boycotting rugby league indefinitely after one of its reporters was barred from the Magic Weekend at Anfield in May.

Phil Hay, the Yorkshire Evening Post’s Chief Football writer is leaving the newspaper next week.

A Cumbrian journalist's investigation into a fake NHS psychiatrist has been nominated for the Private Eye Paul Foot Award 2019.

Power Up North

Thirty-three northern newspapers from three rival publishers have united to call for action to tackle the North-South divide.

Reach is extending its coverage of Liverpool FC, with the launch of Liverpool.com, aimed at fans in the UK and America,

Newsquest

Newsquest has launched a Data Investigations Unit staffed by two full-time reporters who completed a 12-week BBC Shared Data Unit placement.

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