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The publisher of the Liverpool Echo has revealed plans to launch a dedicated Wirral site, MyWirral.

The Mail in South Cumbria has apologised after a “malicious hoax” caused it to wrongly report the death of 27-year-old pub landlord, Jack Stilling

The feedback's in for the Northern Agency Guide, our first print product which was sent out across the region last month to leading agencies and brands.

Newsquest has announced that its weekly newpaper, The Oldham Times, will go daily from January.

The Manchester Evening News, Yorkshire Post and Liverpool Echo are among the first titles to be paid for their content under a new scheme being launched by Facebook next month.

In almost exactly eight years, Prolific North has established itself as one of the leading publishing brands in the UK.

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The Bolton News has published an apology after using a photography of the wrong man next to a court report about a paedophile.

Prolific North is creating new partnerships with industry leaders, who will work alongside the digital platform to help shape the future for the digital and creative sectors.

The Yorkshire Post is to give away 25,000 copies to lonely and vulnerable people on its patch after securing funding from Barclays.

An independent monthly newspaper has rebranded to become The Cheshire Times.


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