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Union condemns latest cuts announcement to impact on Southampton and Basingstoke sites as well as the Reading Chronicle, Slough Observer and Bracknell News.
NUJ delegates speak to motions on surveillance, BBC and local news.
Nine jobs could go, leaving titles in York, Darlington and Bradford with one photographer role each.
Fifty community representatives have joined members of the NUJ in West Yorkshire to voice concerns about the impact of job cuts on local newspapers.
Gareth Thomas MP has backed the NUJ's call for a for a short, sharp inquiry into the future of local newspapers, following the closure of his local paper the Harrow Observer.
Owing to staff illness, the Manchester office will be suspended from Monday 17 November. Although the office will be closed to visitors and mail, all administration will be carried out from the London office.
NUJ members John Hess, Allister Craddock and Rod Malcolm have been presented with NUJ life memberships by the Nottingham branch.
Joining instructions for the demonstration in London on Saturday 18 October.
Journalists from the News & Star in Carlisle and the North West Evening Mail, Barrow, are meeting tonight to discuss the announcement.
Twenty four jobs are at risk on Archant newspapers.