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NUJ members at Trinity Mirror in Birmingham have unanimously passed a motion of no confidence in the company's management of its regional titles.
The evening Liverpool Echo is to become an overnight paper from August – competing with its stablemate the Liverpool Daily Post.
Newsquest in Bolton have backed off from imposing compulsory redundancies after NUJ members refused to take part in the selection process.
Journalists in North-West England have condemned a Newsquest plan to create a centralised hub and make 10 staff compulsorily redundant.
Guardian Media Group announced yesterday that it wants to axe 41 out of 74 jobs at Channel M, the company's local TV station.
A redundancy deal at Guardian Media Group in Manchester will mean pay rises for weekly-paper journalists moving into the group's city centre office.
One day after NUJ members voted overwhelmingly in favour of industrial action Johnston Press in East Lancashire has agreed not to continue with compulsory redundancies.
NUJ members at Johnston Press in East Lancashire have opted to take industrial action in their fight against job cuts and company reorganisation.
A cross-party coalition of Greater Manchester politicians and trade unionists has urged the area's 10 councils to support their region's media by placing more public notices and council advertisements in local newspapers.
Journalists on Johnston Press's titles in East Lancashire are threatening to strike over proposed job cuts and editorial restructuring.