News reports detailing the method or using inappropriate language can lead to rise in suicide rate, experts warn
Will Newsquest adopt the same editorial titles (with different pay rates)?
Four Mail on Sunday journalists were told by the police in 2006 that their mobile phones had been hacked
Rupert Murdoch's latest bid to appeal to a young audience
Company blames decline in print advertising
Newspapers are for sale, says chief executive
But Roy Greenslade is unsure about digital audit rigour
Prince Harry and Prince Andrew object to use of photographs
NSA whistleblower talks exclusively to the Guardian about whether he is a Russian spy, his likely fate if he returns to the US and the relevance of Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four in the age of Google
Eight senior editorial roles are in danger but new digital posts will be created. By Roy Greenslade
Roy Greenslade argues that publishers are not only cutting staff but cutting editorial quality too
New ESI Media launch 'empowers readers'
He is to leave Metro for the second time
Microsoft chief sends sales of John Brooks's collected journalism rocketing on secondhand market and prompts ebook reissue
'Worst kind of tabloid' claimed mother of actor's fiancee opposed their wedding, then infuriated him further with its response