Herald and Evening Times editors to leave positions
The editors have resigned after reports of salary negotiations within the company.
The editors of The Herald and Evening Times newspapers have announced they will leave their posts.
Graeme Smith has been working as The Herald's editor for a year and Graham Shields has been editor at the Evening Times since April 2016. Both will leave their posts on December 22.
Mr Shields and Mr Smith have been with the company for 19 and 17 years, respectively.
The Newsquest-owned Herald & Times Group said current editor-in-chief, Donald Martin, will take over as editor for both titles.
These departures come amid a fourth round of job cuts at the Glasgow-based office, where several reporters have been let go.
In 2015, then editors of the Sunday Herald and Evening Times, Richard Walker and Tony Carlin also quit.
It had been reported Newsquest has been carrying out a review of salaries and positions within the group.
Mr Martin said both editors had been "excellent ambassadors for their respective titles, and they leave behind a solid platform for a new executive team to build on".