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29 January 2014: As journalists cast their ballots, they received the backing of the NUJ's Welsh executive council, which made clear that it supported the principle of producing local newspapers locally.
27 January 2014: The newspaper group's titles in Scotland, Lincolnshire, Warwickshire, Northamptonshire and Buckinghamshire will no longer have staff photographers.
17 January 2014: Ballots open in York, Darlington and Bradford over jobs losses as production moves from the North east to a subbing hub in Wales.
19 December 2013: Newsquest has long had a reputation as a Scrooge employer and that was further enhanced this week when they laid off a part-time sub editor eight days before Christmas.
26 November 2013: More than 20 journalists’ jobs at York, Bradford and Darlington are at risk.
13 November 2013: The Johnston Press is to make 24 staff photographers compulsorily redundant.
10 October 2013: Full-year figures for Newsquest’s UK parent company, Gannett UK, show that Davidson enjoyed pay of £557,175 in 2012 but also that he and his fellow four directors took "performance related" payments of £297,000.
1 October 2013: Regional newspaper group Johnston Press has opened up a group-wide voluntary redundancy programme. The announcement comes soon after previous unstructured cuts and is deeply concerning for journalists.
19 September 2013: Up to 75 posts – most of them journalists' jobs – are to go at the BBC.
17 September 2013: Jobs are to be lost at a Newsquest subbing hub in Worcester, as staff were told that the work is to move 70 miles to Newport, South Wales