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20 April 2016: Strike action at Alpha Newspapers' titles in Northern Ireland scheduled to begin tomorrow has been called off.
15 April 2016: Staff on the Northern Ireland local paper group are to go on strike for three days.
31 March 2016: With almost a third of journalists being paid just the Living Wage on Alpha Newspapers, staff have voted for strike action.
30 October 2015: Good news on NUJ recruitment in Northern Ireland.
16 January 2014: NUJ described Alpha Newspaper Group's decision to immediately cease publication of the Carrickfergus Advertiser and the Ballyclare Gazette as “a major blow to local community life”.
31 March 2011: The NUJ has withdrawn strike notice served on the Newry Democrat following negotiations with management.
18 March 2011: Strike action at the Newry Democrat has been suspended following agreement by the company to attend conciliation talks at the Labour Relations Agency.
14 March 2011: Journalists will strike over enforced redundancies at the Newry Democrat, owned by the Alpha Newspaper Group which is headed by former deputy leader of the Unionist Party, Lord Kilclooney.
1 September 2010: Alpha Newspapers Group has refused to meet union representatives to discuss the company's closure of the Roscommon Champion, Longford News and Athlone Voice.
31 August 2010: The Alpha Newspaper Group is forcing the immediate closure of three local newspapers in the Irish Midlands.