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23 April 2014: Monday 28 April is Workers’ Memorial Day – and the NUJ’s health and safety committee is asking all chapels to call a minute’s silence to commemorate journalists and media workers who have been killed in the course of their work.
16 April 2014: The NUJ has expressed grave disappointment at the announcement by Landmark Media of major job cuts across the company.
12 April 2014: Conference vows to combat newspaper closures, user-generated copy and the “disastrous” subbing-hubs.
11 April 2014: Three weekly London local papers are to shut, with job losses elsewhere on the capital’s Trinity Mirror titles.
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.
3 April 2014: Plans by Northcliffe to restructure newspaper titles could further weaken a local media already in crisis.
1 April 2014: Newsquest further centralises subbing of titles in the south England, despite problems with its hubs elsewhere.
31 March 2014: The Valuing Maternity campaign, led by Maternity Action and supported by the NUJ, is raising awareness of the cumulative effect of cuts to maternity benefits.
28 March 2014: Group chapel said: "Our colleagues are leaving in droves and we are faced with increased workloads and cuts to terms and conditions. That is not a sustainable situation."
21 March 2014: The Johnston Press has backed down from plans to halve its mileage rate, after NUJ members protested by refusing to use their own cars on jobs.