Tracey Boles, previously business reporter, has been promoted to deputy business editor of The Sunday Express. She replaces Robin Pagnamenta, who is now pharmaceuticals correspondent at The Times.
Dipesh Gadher has been appointed media correspondent at The Sunday Times. His previous role as transport correspondent has yet to be filled.
Laura Donnelly has been appointed health correspondent at The Sunday Telegraph. She doesn't directly replace anyone and a replacement is still being sought for her previous role of news editor at the Health Service Journal. Oliver Evans, however, has joined the HSJ as deputy news editor. He was previously health correspondent at the Lancashire Telegraph.
Chloe Scott-Moncrieff is now food editor of Metro. She also continues in her role as homes editor covering architecture and design. Meanwhile online showbiz reporter Andrei Harmsworth has extended his remit and now writes for the Guilty Pleasures section.
Megan Welford, previously features writer for Chat magazine, is now commissioning editor at IPC's Woman. She replaces Katy Ross.
Zoo magazine has appointed Richard Moynihan as mobile editor, covering the latest sports, men's interest news, competitions, films, TV and games releases. He was staff writer at FHM.com. Charlie Parrish has also joined the magazine as news reporter and takes responsibility for music reviews.
Robert Anderson has been appointed as the Financial Times' Nordic correspondent, based in Stockholm and will cover the whole of Scandanavia and the Baltic states, together with the existing Nordic correspondent David Ibison. Anderson was previously the FT's Czech Republic correspondent.
Jemima Headey has been appointed celebrity booker for Channel 5's The Wright Stuff. She replaces Francesca Knowles, who is now celebrity booker on ITV's Hell's Kitchen. Headey was guest booker on Endemol's Big Brother's Little Brother.
Channel 4's Neil MacDonald has moved from science specialist producer to senior producer in the business and economics department. He replaces Job Rabkin, who is now Washington producer.
Alison Swersky has joined BBC Business News Interactive as business reporter working online, Ceefax, digital text and mobile platforms. She was previously chief reporter at Investment Advisor.
Timesonline.co.uk has launched Consumer Central, a blog dedicated to consumer affairs. It is edited by Paul Nuki, Focus editor of The Sunday Times; money saving expert Martin Lewis will also contribute.
Haymarket Consumer has appointed former freelancer Linsey Fryatt as web editor of Stuff magazine's relaunched website www.stuff.tv. Fryatt will be in charge of gadget news, developing multimedia content and managing blogs and forums. She replaces Adam Vaughan, who moved to online editor of www.newconsumer.com.
Tim Heming has joined the Sun Online as reporter. He will write across all sections of the site focusing in particular on writing features and news stories for Sun Money.
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