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Newsquest’s The Northern Echo has made 2 new appointments as the newspaper prepares for “one of the most significant periods of growth in the title’s 151 year history.”

The Guardian is marking its 200th anniversary, this year, with a series of events.

National World, the new owner of Yorkshire Post publisher, JPI Media, says it has already made £4m in annual savings through a restructure.

North West Roller Services (NWRS) has undergone a management buy-out, led by Sales Manager, Barry Dodgson.

Owners report that the free print edition will be distributed on supermarket shelves from June.

The Yorkshire Evening Post will be relaunching this weekend, with a new look.

Salford Star has announced that it will close after the location elections in May.

YPO is seeking print and finishing services companies in a tender worth up to £2.5m.

Their most recent episode featured a high-profile interview with Greater Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham in which he revealed plans to ‘change lives’ if he’s re-elected.

Reach is planning to close newsrooms as it makes home-working a permanent feature for some staff.

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