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4 April 2015: After year-on-year cuts to jobs and the closure of newspaper titles, this camapign intends to reclaim a vital, vigorous press at the heart of its community.
27 March 2015: Johnston Press has reported a pre-tax loss of £23.9m for the past year and a 2.8pc increase in its operating profits. But staff say they are still facing job cuts and endless restructuring.
25 March 2015: Two of the Brighton Argus's five photographers are to be made redundant and two of the three features writers are also to go.
19 March 2015: Fifty community representatives have joined members of the NUJ in West Yorkshire to voice concerns about the impact of job cuts on local newspapers.
16 March 2015: To highlight what has become a critical situation in news photography. Almost all the regional newspaper groups have shorn staff photographers down to very small numbers - or even none at all - at most centres. At the end of last year, we saw mass redundancies among staff photographers in JP, Newsquest, and others.
27 February 2015: The union's newspapers and agencies industrial council is holding an event for reps to discuss the challenges in the industry and how chapels and branches can respond
26 February 2015: NUJ reps from newspapers and news agencies will meet in Birmigham in April to dicuss developments in the industry and how the union can respond to them.
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 January 2015: Up to 27 jobs are at risk at the TV listing department of Press Association's Howden centre, Yorkshire.
16 January 2015: Graham Taylor, David Platt and David O'Leary have criticised billionaire newspaper owner Richard Desmond over plans to cut sports staff.