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Trinity Mirror has acquired Local World Holdings, the London-based publisher of 83 regional newspapers, for £154m.
Trinity Mirror is in talks to acquire Local World, the London-based publisher of more than 100 newspapers, for about £200m.
Trinity Mirror has sold Trinity Mirror Digital Property, the owner of SmartNewHomes.co.uk, Email4Property.co.uk, HomesOverseas.co.uk and Zoomf.com, to Zoopla Property for £3.3m.
Trinity Mirror is to create up to 25 editorial jobs in its digital newspaper division.
Trinity Mirror has acquired Communicator Corp, the Sunderland-based email and mobile communications firm, for £8m.
Trinity Mirror has confirmed plans to relocate its Manchester-based MEN Media newspaper publishing business to Oldham in September.
Trinity Mirror is to acquire 32 regional newspaper titles from Guardian Media Group for £45m, with the transfer of about 790 staff and the relocation of MEN Media from Manchester's Spinningfields to Oldham.
Trinity Mirror is to close its Galloway News office in Castle Douglas later this year, and eight staff will relocate to Dumfries.
Trinity Mirror is to relocate production of the Liverpool Echo and Daily Post from Liverpool to Oldham at the end of next year, with the possible loss of up to 100 jobs.
Trinity Mirror has acquired Rippleffect Studio, the Liverpool-based web design agency, for an initial £3.2m.
Trinity Mirror has acquired Globespan Media, the publisher of property magazines, for an initial £0.9m.
Trinity Mirror has sold the Racing Post newspaper to Irish private equity firm FL Partners for £170m.
Trinity Mirror is to sell the 27 titles of South London Press, North London and Herts Newspapers and the Yellow Advertiser, to Tindle Newspapers for £19m.
Trinity Mirror is to sell Berkshire Regional Newspapers and 14 titles to Berkshire Media Group for £10m.
Trinity Mirror is to sell the 25 titles of Kent Regional Newspapers, East Surrey & Sussex Newspapers and Blackmore Vale Publishing to the Northcliffe Media division of Daily Mail & General Trust for £64m.
Trinity Mirror has acquired TotallyLegal and TotallyFinancial, the online recruitment companies, for £12m.
Trinity Mirror is planning to relocate the Birmingham Post & Mail from Colmore Circus to the Aston Science Park.
Trinity Mirror is to sell the recruitment consultancy division of Hotgroup to a management buy-out operating under the name of Ochre House for £11m.
Trinity Mirror is to sell its Inside Communications magazines and exhibitions business to Ocean Media for £41m.
Trinity Mirror has acquired Email4Property, the internet directory service, for £4.4m.
Trinity Mirror has acquired Paldonsay, the parent company of online recruitment business High Street Direct, for an initial £3.3m.
Trinity Mirror is planning to acquire Hotgroup, the recruitment company, for £50m.
Trinity Mirror has acquired Financial Jobs Online, the owner of the GAAPweb online recruitment site, for an initial £10m.
Trinity Mirror is to acquire Smart Media Services, the internet marketing portal, for up to £17m.
Trinity Mirror is to sell its regional newspaper operations in Ireland to venture capital group 3i for £46m.
Trinity Mirror has sold Ethnic Media Group, the publisher of five national Asian and African-Caribbean titles, to a management buy-out for £10m.
Trinity Mirror has announced plans to invest £60m in a new press site at the Fort Dunlop development in Birmingham by 2004, and additional investment will be made in new presses in the North East and Cardiff.
Trinity Mirror has sold its Colmore Circus office in Birmingham to Pillar Property and Parlison Properties for about £8.5m, and will relocate its presses outside the city centre.
Trinity Mirror is planning to set up a new multi million pound printing facility for the Western Mail & Echo at Pacific Park in Cardiff.
Trinity Mirror is considering plans to build new printing presses in Cardiff, Ireland and the Midlands, while facilities in Teesside, Newcastle and Glasgow may be upgraded.
Trinity Mirror is to acquire Southnews for £285m, in order to strengthen its position in the regional newspaper market in the south of England.
Trinity Mirror has sold the Belfast Telegraph to Independent News & Media for £300m, and has also announced plans to invest £150m in the development of its internet operations.