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10 August 2018: Plans to axe a third of Newsquest’s sports department in Bradford has been announced the day after the company revealed it had benefited from a $13.2m windfall.
3 September 2015: Nine jobs could go, leaving titles in York, Darlington and Bradford with one photographer role each.
29 April 2015: More than 30 posts put at risk as Gannett, the US parent company's AGM celebrates bumper wages for executives and an insulting corporate video saying Everything is Awesome
5 March 2014: The union is campaigning against imminent job cuts at Newsquest and is opposed to moving editorial production from three flagship Newsquest titles in the North East to Newport: the Northern Echo, Bradford Telegraph and Argus and The Press at York.
20 February 2014: Newspaper's management puts distorted spin on popular strike to save local journalism and local jobs
19 February 2014: Strikes at Newsquest titles at York, Darlington and Bradford over production moving to Wales were "solid" and won local support.
17 February 2014: 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.
14 February 2014: NUJ members on Newsquest titles in the North-east are striking to prevent subbing being moved to Wales with the loss of jobs.
11 February 2014: 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.
5 February 2014: Journalists on Newsquest titles in Bradford and York have voted in favour of strike action and industrial action short of a strike.