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Rotherham MP, Sarah Champion, has resigned from the Labour front benches after criticism of an article she wrote in The Sun.

Newcastle newspapers The Chronicle, The Journal and The Sunday Sun are moving to a new office after 52 years at Thomson House in the city’s Groat Market.

Rotherham Advertiser editor Andrew Mosley has explained why his paper - unlike many others - decided not to publish images of a couple having sex from a video by convicted police officer Adrian Pogmore. 

Norwegian investor Christen Ager-Hanssen says he plans to increase his 5% stake in Johnston Press and reinvigorate the struggling publisher.

Each Friday in The Wrap, one of the North’s leading media and creative figures will be giving us their take on the news covered by Prolific North over the last seven days.

Ten more exhibitors have signed up for Prolific North Live, the leading media, marketing and creative industries expo which will return for a third year on Wednesday February 28th and Thursday March 1st 2018.

Johnston Press chief executive Ashley Highfield

The National Union of Journalists says there is “widespread discontent” among journalists at Johnston Press titles in the North of England.

Newsquest is to publish a new business magazine next month, targeting Liverpool and Cheshire.

Publishers Johnston Press and Trinity Mirror have agreed a new print deal.

Members of the National Union of Journalists in Leeds have marked the 50th anniversary of journalist and activist, Pete Lazenby.

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