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26 July 2018: Management at Newsquest’s Northern Echo, which faces the loss of eight further posts, had already been warned by staff that the situation in editorial was at crisis point.
21 December 2017: Journalists working for Newsquest in Darlington have voted for industrial action. In Swindon this week NUJ members were told they are being made redundant in meetings lasting less than 10 minutes.
3 September 2015: Nine jobs could go, leaving titles in York, Darlington and Bradford with one photographer role each.
29 April 2015: More than 30 posts put at risk as Gannett, the US parent company's AGM celebrates bumper wages for executives and an insulting corporate video saying Everything is Awesome
5 March 2014: The union is campaigning against imminent job cuts at Newsquest and is opposed to moving editorial production from three flagship Newsquest titles in the North East to Newport: the Northern Echo, Bradford Telegraph and Argus and The Press at York.
20 February 2014: Newspaper's management puts distorted spin on popular strike to save local journalism and local jobs
19 February 2014: Strikes at Newsquest titles at York, Darlington and Bradford over production moving to Wales were "solid" and won local support.
17 February 2014: As journalists in the North-east began their strikes to defend jobs and oppose unacceptable workloads as Newsquest moves subbing to Wales, messages of support flooded in.
14 February 2014: NUJ members on Newsquest titles in the North-east are striking to prevent subbing being moved to Wales with the loss of jobs.
11 February 2014: Journalists in Bradford, York and Darlington have voted in favour of a 24-hour strike over the transfer of production to a subbing hub in Newport, Wales.