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Manchester agency Studio North has completed a major rebrand for law firm Glaisyers. The new brand positioning and its accompanying suite of supporting collateral includes a new website as well as various marketing and communication materials. A new set of brand guidelines has also been created.

The brother of a Guernsey woman killed in Kashmir on Saturday has hit out at The Sun journalist who doorstepped his family in the hours following his sister's death. Sarah Groves was found on a houseboat hotel in Srinagar and is thought to have been stabbed.

An inquest has opened into the death of a Newcastle-based magazine editor who died while filming a documentary about the dangers of sleeping rough. Lee Halpin, a 26-year-old amateur filmmaker, died two days into a week-long project during which he intended to highlight the struggle faced by the homelessness. He had set up a blog to document the project.

Shooting is set to begin in Yorkshire on the BBC1 fantasy series Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell, which has already agreed overseas distribution deals in America and Canada.

Ryan Kaye has left CTI Digital in Manchester to become the new head of digital at Liverpool agency Uniform. Kaye, who previously worked at Code Computerlove and Amaze, was CTI’s head of digital strategy.

The editor-in-chief of the Bury Times has claimed his newspaper's 67% cover price increase was down to the "significant investment" required in the face of dwindling advertising returns.

Bauer Media has come under fire from listeners after making the sudden decision to close Teesside's TFM Radio and move it to Newcastle. The change, which was announced to employees on Friday and came into effect at 6am this morning, will see 22 members of staff leave the iconic Radio House in Thornaby to move to Metro Radio in Newcastle city centre.

Broadcaster Channel 4 has emerged as one of the winners from the Grand National weekend as figures show a peak audience of £8.9million tuned in for Saturday's big race at Aintree.

Kelvin Mackenzie's career as a Daily Telegraph columnist has come to an abrupt end. The controversial former Sun editor published his first column for the Telegraph online on Thursday, giving his views on education, Masterchef and student investors.

True North has been named the strategic communications partner for the Wellcome Collection’s £17.5m development programme, following a 3-way pitch.
The Manchester agency will now create and deliver a communications campaign to run throughout the work, which will create new galleries and spaces at the Collection's London home.

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