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In an era of fake news & click bait - local news matters more than ever

25 March 2017: We must hang on to our local reporters and their offices, says NUJ rep Cath Saunt as part of local news matters week.

NUJ reaction to Archant group shedding 17 posts

4 November 2016: The newspaper group is changing its content operation which could result in the loss of up to 57 jobs and the creation of 40 new roles.

Photographers bear brunt in new round of cuts

7 June 2016: A new round of redundancies has been announced at the Manchester Evening News and Huddersfield Examiner and photographers to go on Archant titles.

Jobs to go as Ham&High publisher moves production to Norwich

16 July 2014: Twenty four jobs are at risk on Archant newspapers.

NUJ censures Archant Suffolk for unfair redundancy plans

3 February 2012: The NUJ has condemned the management of Archant Suffolk, owner of the Ipswich Evening Star and the East Anglian Daily Times, for failing to engage in proper negotiations with the union over redundancies.

Archant NUJ members call for cuts to editors not staff

11 January 2012: NUJ members at two Suffolk newspapers are calling for cuts to its team of editors as an alternative to proposals to slash 14 jobs from the 91-member workforce.

EDL warned not to harass journalists

17 March 2010: The NUJ demanded that journalists be allowed to work without harassment at the 20 March English Defence League demonstration in Bolton.

Journalists head to coast to defend Norfolk's local papers

3 April 2009: Protesting journalists are descending on the seaside town of Cromer tomorrow as part of a campaign to save Norfolk’s local papers.

Exmouth community campaigns to keep paper local

18 December 2008: Members of the local community in Exmouth have rallied behind their local paper after Archant announced plans to close its offices in Exmouth and Sidmouth.

Campaign aims to stop Archant’s Suffolk cuts

19 March 2008: The NUJ has launched a campaign to persuade the owners of two Suffolk papers to stop cutbacks threatening the future of quality journalism in the area.