Showing items tagged with 'closure'
5 February 2015: The Formby Times and Crosby Herald will close from the end of March and more photographer jobs to be cut in North West.
19 December 2014: As seven popular Trinity Mirror titles were banged out, the NUJ fears for the future of local journalism as they are replaced by poorly-staffed digital operations.
16 December 2014: As two more titles close, the NUJ calls for changes to the Localism Act to allow new bidders to come forward.
30 May 2014: The International Federation of journalists (IFJ) has joined its affiliate, the Association of Iranian journalists (AoIJ), to demand that the government of Iran follows up on its election promises by showing respect for press freedom and releasing all journalists imprisoned in the country.
8 April 2014: In the latest sign of retreat from communities, the NUJ strongly condemns the proposals and will campaign to resist attempts to create a reporting hub.
20 March 2014: The IFJ joins calls by National Federation of Israel Journalists (NFIJ) to oppose plans to close down the country's only public broadcaster.
18 March 2014: Trinity Mirror wants to force staff at a North West title to work from home - or their cars – by closing down the town centre office.
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”.
8 January 2014: NUJ says Trinity Mirror was wrong to close down Liverpool Post and calls for long-term committment to new Sunday edition of the Echo
19 December 2013: As the final edition of Liverpool Post is published, the union and its members mark the last Post after 158 years.