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Regional publisher JPI Media is to relocate newspaper staff at a number of Northern offices as part of cost-cutting measures that it hopes will help "retain jobs and sustain titles for the future".

Manchester graphic arts company Grafenia has raised £1m before expenses through a share subscription from existing investors.

The publishers of the Manchester Evening News and Yorkshire Post have joined forces to launch a local news podcast service, Laudable.

James Goddard

Yellow vest protester James Goddard has denied assaulting a Manchester Evening photographer at a demonstration last month.

The BBC is proposing to launch a new charity in conjunction with tech companies that will fund local news reporting across Britain.

The former crime correspondent at the Yorkshire Post is heading up a new investigations team working across the i paper and JPI Media's regional titles across the UK.


A man from Oldham has been arrested after posting a message in support of the Christchurch terror attack on Facebook.

Harry Mead

Harry Mead, believed to be Britain’s longest-serving columnist, has penned his final piece for The Northern Echo.

Emerald Group, a global provider of research and learning resources, has acquired the digital learning and performance support company Mind Tools.

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The Pensions Regulator has dropped its investigation into Johnston Press, saying it found “no evidence to suggest that insolvency was avoidable".


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