Showing items tagged with 'closure'
3 June 2011: Journalists thrown out of work by the collapse of the Sunday and Daily Sport are urging fellow creditors to join them in demanding an open meeting of all creditors.
5 April 2011: The NUJ is taking legal advice over the collapse of Sport Media Group after the entire workforce – including around 25 journalistic staff – were made redundant with no notice.
1 April 2011: The NUJ has called for a full investigation into the collapse of the Sport Media Group.
10 March 2011: The Guardian Media Group (GMG) is to close its only remaining local newspapers, cutting 19 jobs in the process.
1 February 2011: Journalists at Ireland's Sunday Tribune have been told by management that the title may not publish next Sunday, and a receiver has been appointed.
13 January 2011: The NUJ has condemned the recent mass sackings of journalists at La Nación in Chile and is campaigning against government plans that may lead to the shutdown of the newspaper with the loss of 600 jobs.
7 January 2011: Journalists at the Irish Daily Star Sunday are meeting in Dublin to discuss yesterday's shock announcement that their paper is to close.
11 November 2010: The NUJ has condemned Newsquest bosses for "arrogant ignorance" after they confirmed the group's final salary pension scheme would shut.
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.