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7 September 2011: NUJ members at South Yorkshire Newspapers (SYN) have returned to work after 55 days out on strike.
26 August 2011: More than 3,000 readers have now signed a petition backing the indefinite strike by journalists at South Yorkshire Newspapers in defence of jobs and quality journalism.
24 August 2011: Thousands of readers are supporting striking journalists at the South Yorkshire Times by signing a petition protesting at job cuts and management changes at the paper.
16 August 2011: Within days of the Mexborough-based South Yorkshire Times canning its award-winning editor Jim Oldfield, its lifeblood estate agents' cash is draining away to the opposition.
1 August 2011: A two-foot tall mailbox is the latest dynamic device introduced by South Yorkshire Newspapers to try to counter the popular NUJ strike at the Doncaster Free Press, Epworth Bells, Selby Times and South Yorkshire Times.
29 July 2011: NUJ members are beginning August with strikes in Yorkshire and industrial action across the UK at the BBC.
28 July 2011: Journalists on strike to defend jobs and quality journalism at five Johnston Press newspapers in Yorkshire are challenging their management to enter talks at conciliation service ACAS to resolve the dispute.
20 July 2011: John Grogan, the former MP for Selby, has voiced his support for striking reporters at the Selby Times.
19 July 2011: Striking South Yorkshire journalists have accused their management of using work placement volunteers to undermine the industrial action launched by the NUJ last Friday to protect jobs and quality journalism.
13 May 2011: Johnston Press has announced plans to close the local office of the Epworth Bells and Crowle Advertiser.