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26 November 2014: Johnston Press has announced up to 19 job cuts in the county's titles as the company's "relentless cutbacks" continue.
14 November 2014: Moratorium on cuts called for as survey reveals journalists working long hours without breaks as they take on more tasks with fewer staff in the newsroom.
Cuts are not the way forward, says NUJ, as jobs go at Scotsman and further "efficiency savings" planned
30 October 2014: Merger of Scottish titles puts 45 jobs at risk and despite encouraging figures and digital growth, Johnston Press promises further "efficiency savings"
23 October 2014: The union calls on Newsquest's chief executive to stop the proposed redundancies at the Lancashire Telegraph.
6 August 2014: Now is the time to invest in editorial,end job cuts and give journalists a proper pay rise, says NUJ.
5 August 2014: The NUJ has responded to the announcement that Gannett, Newsquest’s owners, will create two companies. The company has announced it plans to split with one organisation based on broadcasting and digital business and the other on publishing.
30 July 2014: Hiring from outside at the same time as making long-serving staff redundant is beyond stupid, says Michelle Stanistreet, general secretary.
25 July 2014: Journalists working for Trinity Mirror titles in the North East have been told the company want to make seven journalists redundant.
18 July 2014: A strike scheduled for the first day of the Commonwealth Games has been called off, as management returned with a new offer on pay.
17 July 2014: The plan has been cited as yet another example of cronyism under James Harding, the corporation's director of news and current affairs.