The prosecution at the Old Bailey hacking trial has been going through how the headline of the Milly Dowler story from the first and second editions of the News of the World changed in 2002.
The jury was told the first edition quoted directly from a hacked voicemail of the schoolgirl but changed by the second edition.
The prosecution outlined through the use of phone records that former News of the World editor Rebekah Brooks - who was on holiday in Dubai at the time - was in contact with the editor's desk at the newspaper and her then deputy Andy Coulson during that period.
Andy Coulson was told about a recording of a voicemail from actress Sienna Miller on actor Daniel Craig's phone, his trial has heard.
Jude Law discovered for the first time today that a relative had allegedly been paid by a newspaper for information.
A former tabloid reporter has revealed to the phone-hacking trial how the "dark arts" were used by newspapers to secure stories.