Including both digital and print, we keep you updated on everything that's going on in the North's publishing world. From closures to new publications, appointments to major developments, you can find it all here.
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The Society of Editors has criticised the new Crime (Overseas Production Orders) Bill, saying that it “fell far short” of safeguarding journalistic material and journalists’ confidential sources.
The immediate future of the Salford Star has been secured after £3,000 was raised in 10 days via two auctions, two exhibitions and a pop-up shop in Salford Shopping Centre.
The PFA - the union that represents professional footballers in England - says Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling is "singled out" by the media and that these stories are "fuelling racism".
The chief executive of the Pensions Protection Fund (PPF) has questioned why Johnston Press was in “an apparent rush to complete a pre-pack administration” when it was sold to JPI Media last month.
Louise Taylor is stepping down as editor of Cheshire Life, after 11 years in charge of the regional title.
The Daily Post is the latest Reach title to undergo an online rebrand into the Live operation.
Journalists working at Newsquest titles in Cumbria have voted to take strike action on 20th December due to “poor pay.”
The Salford Star is holding an auction today in a last ditch bid to survive.
Peter Lee, the club photographer for Greater Manchester side Radcliffe FC, has died in a three-vehicle crash on the M60, the club has announced.