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More than 100 people gathered in Caernarfon in Wales on Saturday to protest against Trinity Mirror's proposal to close the local newspaper office.
Support is growing for the NUJ campaign against Trinity Mirror's decision to close the local office in Caernarfon.
The union has organised a public rally on Saturday 11 April in Caernarfon in Wales to show opposition to Trinity Mirror's proposed closure of the local newspaper office.
Cardiff and South East Wales NUJ branch sponsored the event attended by arts writers and critics from BBC Wales, Media Wales, New Welsh Review, Culture Colony Quarterly and freelance journalists.
A bilingual press card – in Welsh and English – is now available to NUJ members in Wales.
Neil Taylor is the first NUJ member to have a dual-language version of the press card.
Barry McCall, NUJ president paid tribute to the work of WEC and "tenacious" Welsh NEC members.
The NUJ has congratulated South Wales Police force for its handling of a protest by a far right group.
A county council in Wales has been strongly criticised by the NUJ after evidence emerged that it withdrew advertising from a local paper whose coverage of a story it did not like.
Wales has a long, strong and proud newspaper industry, but its future is in crisis, Michelle Stanistreet, NUJ general secretary, warned an inquiry into the Welsh newspaper industry.