However, the latest figures published by ABC also show a month-on-month decrease in daily average unique browsers on the websites of six of its other regional titles.
The largest monthly decline in June came at Newcastle daily The Journal’s site, with a 13.1pc drop and 12,727 average users.
Since the figures were compiled, The Journal’s site has been closed by Trinity Mirror, with all web content now being channeled through its city sister title The Chronicle.
There was also a 35.9pc year-on-year decline in traffic on the Coventry Telegraph’s website.
The full available ABC figures for June can be seen in the table below: