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The Manchester Evening News has produced a "perfect" front page to mark the first anniversary of the Manchester Arena bomb.

Queer Liverpool

Queer Liverpool is hosted by Liverpool Echo reporters Josh Parry and Emilia Bona and aims to cover “all things queer” with a “distinctly Scouse voice”.

Each Friday in The Wrap, one of the North’s leading media and creative figures gives us their take on the week’s news covered by Prolific North. This week it’s the turn of Craig Johnson, Director at Kagool Manchester.

Brian Nicholls, who spent much of his career in the North East has passed away, following a short illness.

Christen Ager-Hanssen

Christen Ager-Hanssen, the biggest shareholder in Johnston Press, has welcomed the departure of chief executive Ashley Highfield, describing him as “a disaster”, but says it amounts to “no more than rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic”.

Trinity Mirror is now offically Reach Plc after the publisher's shareholders unanimously approved the change of name at its AGM.


Dwight Yorke and Andrew Cole have both been awarded damages from Mirror Group Newspapers.

Trinity Mirror has issued a trading update for the last 4 months, showing revenue has fallen by 9%. That is in line with market expectations.

Large format printing specialist, Cestrian, has been acquired by 3a-Group for an undisclosed sum.

The editor of The Yorkshire Post has announced that it will be introducing online registration in the next few days.

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