The hard work and dedication of newspaper reporters is being celebrated this week.
The Financial Times has revealed a median gender pay gap of 19.4%, the latest in a string of print media organisations to release such figures.
The Government has ditched the second part of the Leveson Inquiry, which was due to look into unlawful conduct within media organisations as well as relations between police and the press.
I was reading in a Sunday newspaper (so it must be true) that doctors have started to prescribe a wonder cure to help with physical, emotional and mental wellbeing: go for a walk in the woods.
Time is running out to take part in our £5,000 Junior Journalist competition. Jack McKeown looks back at previous winners to find out what the contest meant for them.
Could your child grow up to be the next Woodward or Bernstein? Might they expose the next MPs’ expenses scandal or even topple a president or prime minister?
At the end of every year we look back on the most read stories on The Courier's website. Here are the articles that outperformed the others online in the past 12 months:
A former Sunday Post "HON man" has died aged 78.
Whatever happens in Courier Country, our photographers are there to record the moment. We asked them to choose their favourite pictures of 2017. It’s a lively mix
Former Press and Journal chief reporter Ethel Simpson, a “trailblazer” in journalism, has died aged 91.