Johnston Press is to reorganise its newspapers in Scotland with the loss of up to 45 jobs.
Johnston Press is to relocate the Scotsman newspaper to a 25,000 sq ft office at Orchard Brae House in Edinburgh.
Johnston Press is to sell Formpress Publishing to Iconic Newspapers for £7.2m, but will retain The Newsletter and Derry Journal in Northern Ireland.
Johnston Press is to shed up to 30 editorial jobs at its Scotsman and Scotland on Sunday newspapers.
Johnston Press is to close its plant in Sunderland, in order to transfer newspaper production and up to 81 jobs to its Dinnington site near Sheffield.
Johnston Press is to shed up to 19 editorial jobs at its Leeds-based regional newspapers.
Johnston Press is considering plans to close its newspaper printing press at Oundle Road in Peterborough, with the loss of 35 jobs.
Johnston Press is to shed up to 15 jobs at the Shields Gazette and Hartlepool Mail newspapers, in order to transfer the work to Sunderland.
Johnston Press is to relocate a sales contact centre and an unspecified number of jobs from Milton Keynes to its site in Sheffield.
Johnston Press is to stop printing daily editions of five local newspapers in Halifax, Northampton, Peterborough and Scarborough, with the loss of about 50 jobs.
Johnston Press is to shed 18 sub-editing jobs at its local newspaper publishing operations in Blackpool and Preston.
Johnston Press is considering plans to shed up to 32 jobs at its newspaper printing plant in Peterborough.
Johnston Press is to shed about 100 jobs at its newspaper printing plant in Edinburgh, in order to transfer production of The Scotsman to Glasgow.
Johnston Press is considering plans to relocate the Wakefield Express local newspaper away from Wakefield city centre, although a new location has not yet been found.
Johnston Press is to shed up to 30 jobs in Edinburgh, as part of a reorganisation of its Scotsman newspapers business.
Johnston Press is to close a newspaper printing press in Northampton with the loss of 69 jobs.
Johnston Press is to shed 14 finance and pre-press jobs at the Derry Journal newspaper, in order to centralise some operations at its Portadown office.
Johnston Press is planning to stop day printing at its Leeds press hall with the loss of up to 44 jobs, in order to transfer production of the Yorkshire Evening Post to Dinnington.
Johnston Press is planning to close the pre-press department at its regional newspaper printing business in Chesterfield with the loss of up to 35 jobs, in order to transfer the work to Sheffield.
Johnston Press is to invest £10m in the expansion of its newspaper printing facilities in Craigavon over the next 18 months.
Johnston Press is to acquire the Scottish newspaper operations of Archant for £11m, including eight weekly titles.
Johnston Press is planning to integrate the online and print operations at up to 60 of its newsrooms across the country by mid-2007.
Johnston Press is planning to close its newspaper printing plant in Hartlepool with the loss of up to 25 jobs, and 54 jobs could also be lost at sites in Northern Ireland.
Johnston Press has acquired Scotsman Publications for £160m, in order to expand its regional newspapers business.
Johnston Press is to acquire Local Press, the Belfast-based newspaper publisher, for £65m, as well as the Leinster Leader group in the Irish Republic for £94m.
Johnston Press has completed the acquisition of Score Press, the former SRH division that includes 45 local newspaper titles in Scotland and Ireland, from Emap for £155m.
Johnston Press is to build a £60m newspaper printing plant on the site of the former Dinnington colliery in South Yorkshire by August 2006.
Johnston Press has secured planning permission from Rotherham Council to build a £60m newspaper print plant outside Sheffield by the end of 2006.
Johnston Press, the regional newspaper publisher, is to set up a new £40m printing plant in Sheffield by 2006.
Johnston Press has acquired Regional Independent Media, the local newspaper publisher, for £560m, partly funded by a £220m rights issue.
Johnston Press has acquired Days Out UK, the travel database and guidebook publishing company.
Johnston Press is to acquire eight weekly newspapers from Trinity Mirror for £16m.
Johnston Press is to close the Southern Web Offset print centre in Burgess Hill next year, but some of the 83 jobs will be transferred to other sites.
Johnston Press has bought the Lincoln Standard Group and Four Counties Newspapers from Southnews for £16m.
Johnston Press has sold S&E Distributors to JA Magson, the York-based stationery wholesaler.
Johnston Press is to acquire Tweeddale Press, the publisher of three weekly newspapers in the Borders.
Johnston Press is to close its print works at the Derbyshire Times in Chesterfield with the loss of 20 jobs, and the work will be transferred to sites in Hartlepool and Sunderland.
Johnston Press is to acquire Portsmouth & Sunderland Newspapers, the regional newspaper publisher, for £266m, having beaten off rival bids from Newsquest and News Communications & Media.
Johnston Press is considering plans to make a hostile takeover bid for Portsmouth & Sunderland Newspapers, although it would need clearance from the Monopolies & Mergers Commission first.
Johnston Press is to buy eight weekly newspapers in Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire from Eastern Counties Press for £8m.
Johnston Press is to have its £52m purchase of Home Counties Newspapers referred to the Monopolies & Mergers Commission by the government, due to the dominant position it would achieve in some southern counties.
Johnston Press is acquiring Home Counties Newspapers, the family-controlled publisher of the Hampstead and Highgate Express, for £52m.
Johnston Press has acquired North Derbyshire Newspapers for undisclosed terms.
Johnston Press, the regional newspaper company, is discussing the sale of its bookbinding and library bookselling businesses.
Johnston Press is to buy Emap's regional newspaper business for about £205m, which will give it over 6% of the regional newspaper market.
Johnston Press is acquiring four newspapers in the Doncaster area from Newsquest Media for £15m, and selling its Bury titles to Newsquest for £5.7m.
Johnston Press has bought 11 Nottinghamshire weekly newspapers from W&J Linney for £20m.