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News: Celebrities, including Robbie Williams, James Corden and Ellie Goulding, donate their jeans to The Sun's auction to raise money for Jeans for Genes.
News: In November North will take up the new role of digital strategy director.
News: A number of paper's print 6am editions to cover the results of the Scottish referendum.
Data: The latest ABC online figures, for August 2014, show that all newsbrands enjoyed year on year growth, with both the Evening Standard and Independent setting traffic records.
News: Internally known as the Creative Content Unit, the bespoke native advertising unit will sit within News UK's commercial team.
News: The launch of the new digital section, which is designed to appeal to the more "style conscious" reader, coincides with London Fashion Week.
Review: Newsworks hosts its first Manchester conference, Shift North, with speakers including Jason Seiken, David Walsh and a political panel chaired by Sarah Baxter.
Blog: Rob Nicol, managing partner at PHD Manchester, reviews Newsworks' Shift North conference, held in Manchester.
News: The Guardian and Observer launch part two of their ‘Own the Weekend’ campaign with a 90 second spot charting the weekend from start to finish.
News: Ahead of London Fashion Week, The Sunday Times' Style magazine is set to publish its biggest ever issue on Sunday 14 September with 172 pages and over £1 million worth of ad revenues.
News: The Guardian newspaper will showcase a new look from Saturday 13 September, with a redesigned Weekend magazine, brand new 'Journal' section, and a generally refreshed look and feel.
News: From 16 November The Sunday Telegraph will include a new Living section, sporting an expanded TV guide showcasing digital content, as well as incorporating existing online lifestyle, property and gardening stories.
Blog: Milda Norkute, research executive at Newsworks, on the role and history of Lithuanian newsbrands in comparison to the UK.
News: Guardian Membership aims to bring readers closer to the Guardian’s journalism and encourage the open exchange of information, ideas and opinions.
News: Newsworks and the IPA present a picture of how newsbrands are really consumed in today's digital landscape, with help from The Sun, The Telegraph and The Guardian.
News: Sir Martin Sorrell, chief executive of WPP and Nigel Wilson, chief executive of Legal & General Group, join the line-up of speakers at the event on 11 November.
News: From the 1 October Nougayrède will be part of the Guardian's senior editorial team as columnist, lead writer and foreign affairs commentator.
News: James White becomes head of trading and is replaced as head of newspapers by Oliver Wheatley, currently group head and brand manager at the Evening Standard.
News: Charlie Phillips, deputy director of Sheffield Doc/Fest, is to take up the newly created role next month.
News: With the aim of improving children's literacy, The Sun has teamed up with popular authors and entertainers to introduce a weekly feature encouraging parents to read with their children.
News: All the adverts in this morning's edition of Metro are dedicated to Paddy Power's Rainbow Laces initiative which aims to tackle homophobia in football.
Data: The latest IMRG Capgemini Quarterly Benchmarking Report shows that mobile devices now account for more than half of visits to retail sites in the UK.
News: Sitting within the Home & Property channel, the new section is dedicated to luxury property, design and lifestyle.
News: David Gehring takes up the new role of vice president of partnerships, responsible for deepening the global media brand’s relationships with technology companies based in Silicon Valley and beyond.
News: From the 14 September the price of The Observer will increase by 20p to £2.90.
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Shift 2013 was the first-ever Newsworks conference, highlighting how newspapers are effective and influential platforms in the multiplatform age.
16 April 2013 - The British Library, London