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NUJ strikers at South Yorkshire Newspapers have a challenge for NUJ members.
Within days of the Mexborough-based South Yorkshire Times canning its award-winning editor Jim Oldfield, its lifeblood estate agents' cash is draining away to the opposition.
The NUJ has written to John Fry, the chief executive of Johnston Press, calling for an investigation into the methods used to break the strike at South Yorkshire Newspapers.
Trade Unionists from all over the country and local people took to the streets of Doncaster on Saturday 6 August to back striking journalists at South Yorkshire Newspapers.
Striking journalists from South Yorkshire Newspapers spoke directly to Johnston Press chief executive John Fry outside the offices of the Sheffield Star today.
Shameless newspaper bosses have been forced into lifting an exclusive story written by their own striking journalists.
A two-foot tall mailbox is the latest dynamic device introduced by South Yorkshire Newspapers to try to counter the popular NUJ strike at the Doncaster Free Press, Epworth Bells, Selby Times and South Yorkshire Times.
Strikers at South Yorkshire Newspapers are celebrating after their self-published newsletters scooped the Johnston Press papers for which they work.
Journalists on strike to defend jobs and quality journalism at five Johnston Press newspapers in Yorkshire are challenging their management to enter talks at conciliation service ACAS to resolve the dispute.
John Grogan, the former MP for Selby, has voiced his support for striking reporters at the Selby Times.