Circulation fell for all but two of Trinity Mirror’s dailies last month according to latest figures.
Monthly ABC figures for the group’s major titles show that only the Manchester Evening News and Newcastle Evening Chronicle among daily papers put on sales during September compared to the previous month.
The figures also showed that, when compared to the average monthly circulation between the period January to June as recorded in the last full set of ABC figures, all but one of the group’s daily and Sunday titles have lost sales.
The exception is Newcastle’s Sunday Sun, whose sales were up 1.6pc between August and September and up 4.76pc on the Janunary – June average.
Among the biggest fallers was Wales on Sunday, which although up 7.6pc on its August figure is down 13.13pc on the first six months of the year.
The full figures can be seen below.
|Title||Sep-13||Jan- Jun ABCs||% Change|
|Huddersfield Daily Examiner||16,844||17,704||-4.86|
|Manchester Evening News||71,348||73,622||-3.09|
|Newcastle Evening Chronicle||41,431||43,308||-4.33|
|North Wales Daily Post||27,423||28,331||-3.20|
|South Wales Echo||25,322||27,700||-8.58|
|Teesside Evening Gazette||30,721||33,013||-6.94|
|Wales on Sunday||20,341||23,416||-13.13|