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Argos is to end production of its printed catalogue, after a run of 48 years.

New research shows that Covid-19 has caused increased numbers of the UK population to actively avoid the news.

The newspaper has failed to use a correct photograph of singer Denise Johnson in a printed tribute piece.

Lindsay Turner, the former CEO of Publicis Media’s Spark Foundry, is to become LadBible Group’s new head of client solutions.

Amy Fenton, chief reporter of Barrow-based daily newspaper The Mail, has been banned from driving after admitting driving while under the influence of cocaine.

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The Hull Daily Mail has urged the owners of Hull City to “turn the tide” or “step aside”.

Northern Echo editor Hannah Chapman is stepping down to concentrate on running sister weekly the Darlington & Stockton Times.

Middlesbrough publisher, Resolution, has had to go to new heights to release its new publication This Is Tees Valley.

Trafford-based printing company, Grafenia, has put in place a facility to issue up to £50m of perpetual bonds.

Editors of both the Yorkshire Evening Post and Lancashire Post have announced that their sites are to go behind a paywall.

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