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5 March 2009: ITV's latest round of cutbacks will reduce the provision of local news in England and Wales still further, the NUJ has warned.
2 March 2009: Five NUJ workplace chapels are planning to take industrial action in the next fortnight as journalists step up their campaigning against media cutbacks.
26 February 2009: Trinity Mirror’s 2008 figures show that, despite the downturn, the company still made operating profits of over £145 million – of which £68 million came from local media.
26 February 2009: NUJ members at the Derry Journal have voted 100 per cent in favour of taking industrial action over job cuts and the introduction of centralised subbing at the paper.
24 February 2009: NUJ members in York are taking industrial action over management plans to axe four journalists' jobs.
23 February 2009: Newspaper owners in Glasgow and the East Midlands plan to get rid of 100 journalists' jobs.
20 February 2009: NUJ members at the Independent and Independent on Sunday have voted in favour of taking industrial action over redundancies.
20 February 2009: A commercial broadcaster in the south of England is planning to merge the newsrooms of ten local radio stations.
20 February 2009: Journalists from the Urdu, Hindi and Nepali sections of the BBC World Service are set to strike next week in protest against job losses and plans to offshore editorial work.
20 February 2009: Four journalists' jobs are to be axed at The Press newspaper in York.