The ongoing slide in Welsh daily newspaper circulation continues. Latest figures show the Leader has lost a seventh of its readership in the past year - down 12.5% to just 16,000 copies a day for its Flintshire, Wrecsam and Chester editions.
The Daily Post is now selling more than the Western Mail and its recent regionalisation seems to have helped limit the decline. How long before the papers, both owned by Trinity Mirror, officially merge?
North Wales Daily Post 31,802 -1.9pc
South Wales Argus 23,332 -5.5pc
South Wales Evening Post 40,149 -5.8pc
South Wales Echo 32,754 -7.4pc
The Western Mail 26,931 -8.9pc
The Leader (Wrexham, Flintshire & Chester) 16,131 -12.5pc