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Trinity Mirror

Trinity Mirror was one of the UK’s largest newspaper publishers, with a portfolio including five national newspapers as well as more than 140 regional titles.

The group, headquartered at Canary Wharf in London, employed over 8,000 people in more than 90 locations across the UK.

Its major regional newspaper operations were based around its centres in Liverpool, Cardiff, Birmingham and Newcastle.

In 2018 it changed its name to Reach plc.

What we have written about Trinity Mirror

Quality is assured in the north-east

All of Trinity Mirror’s north-east operations covering Newcastle and Teesside now have official quality standards with the award of the ISO 9001 2000 Accreditation for Quality to the Gazette Media Company. The ISO Quality Accreditation in Teesside is seen as

Group rewards best of its regional talent

The best of Trinity Mirror’s regional talent has been recognising at the group’s annual in-house Editorial Awards. A dozen trophies were handed to titles from across the group, including the Birmingham Evening Mail, which was named Daily/Sunday Newspaper of the

Group focuses on photo talent

The best photographic talent from the Trinity Mirror group has been recognised at a group-wide awards scheme. Winners included photographers from the Birmingham Evening Mail, Newcastle Evening Chronicle and Western Mail, as staff from Trinity Mirror’s regional titles competed against

Lifetime achievement award for Alex

The managing director of Scotland’s largest local newspaper group has been given a lifetime achievement award. Alex Cargill, of Scottish & United Newspapers, was presented with the honour by the Publicity Club of Glasgow at the Adline Cream Advertising Awards.

Sentinel writer named top student

The Stoke Sentinel’s crime reporter, Samantha Lawton has won a national award for her work. She was named Student Journalist of the Year in awards sponsored by Press Gazette, after completing her journalism studies at Wolverhampton College by studying one

Echo rewarded for capturing city's energy

The Liverpool Echo has been crowned Trinity Mirror’s Daily Newspaper of the Year. The Echo was up against Wales on Sunday and The Journal – both highly commended for the sought-after award. The judges were impressed with the way the

2002 Newspaper Awards

Regional newspapers will be competing against their national rivals at the 2002 Newspaper Awards. Shortlisted nominations for the event have now been announced, and the winners will be revealed at a prestigious awards ceremony at The Dorchester on London’s Park

Campaigns and high sales secure accolades

The Bristol Evening Post has been named daily Campaigning Newspaper of the Year for its Clubsafe campaign at the Newspaper Society’s Sales and Promotions Awards. The Sentinel and Brighton Argus were both Highly Commended for their its Proud of the

Mercury scoops 10 award honours in three weeks

The Sunday Mercury has scooped 10 award honours in three weeks. The paper’s most recent award achievement came at the 2000 BT Media Awards Midlands regional final in Birmingham, where the paper was named BT Midlands Daily Newspaper of the