The Manchester Evening News has launched an edition specifically covering Oldham, just days after Newsquest announced it would be publishing a new weekly paper in the town.
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The owners of radio station, Revolution 96.2, have confirmed this morning, that they’re in advanced talks to bring the Oldham Chronicle back.
Newsquest has announced that it will be publishing a new weekly newspaper in Oldham from Thursday.
Trinity Mirror is cutting up to 40 jobs on its daily and weekly newspapers.
The Bolton News has thrown its weight behind a ‘Reasons I Love Bolton’ campaign after a report in the Guardian described it as ‘a nothing of a town.’
A 99-year-old former Royal Marine is the cover star of a new Armed Forces magazine, Left Right Left.
Trinity Mirror has confirmed this morning that it’s in talks to acquire “100% of the publishing assets of Northern & Shell.”
A new business growth fund has been launched today, to support high growth SMEs, with loans of up to £1m.
Staff at the Oldham Evening Chronicle say they had no idea that the publisher was about to go into administration.