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Strikes at Newsquest titles at York, Darlington and Bradford over production moving to Wales were "solid" and won local support.
As journalists in the North-east began their strikes to defend jobs and oppose unacceptable workloads as Newsquest moves subbing to Wales, messages of support flooded in.
NUJ members on Newsquest titles in the North-east are striking to prevent subbing being moved to Wales with the loss of jobs.
Journalists in Bradford, York and Darlington have voted in favour of a 24-hour strike over the transfer of production to a subbing hub in Newport, Wales.
Journalists on Newsquest titles in Bradford and York have voted in favour of strike action and industrial action short of a strike.
75 per cent yes vote for strike action as Newsquest moves editorial production to Newport, Wales, resulting in redundancies.
Newcastle Chronicle, Journal and the Sunday Sun have been banned from Newcastle United's press facilities.
Members of the English Defence League have been strongly condemned for harassment and threats of violence targeted at a young reporter.
Staff at the Sheffield Star were called to a meeting on Tuesday 2 July to be told that the company is to start consulting on plans to end the Star's Saturday sports edition.
The NUJ chapel at the Huddersfield Examiner are angry at the planned closure by Trinity Mirror of the town centre office.