Showing items tagged with 'job cuts'
6 May 2016: Staff on Trinity Mirror titles said they were heartbroken to learn the daily is to become a weekly publication and the town's office closed.
22 March 2016: Members have voted overwhelmingly in favour of strike action at the Derry Journal, News Letter and Morton Newspapers.
22 March 2016: Financial statement confirms company profits before tax increased by 22.6 per cent as NUJ members in Northern Ireland vote for industrial action.
11 November 2015: Photographers at risk of redundancy and NUJ members fear further job losses to come.
22 May 2015: The union is balloting Newsquest South London NUJ members.
16 March 2015: To highlight what has become a critical situation in news photography. Almost all the regional newspaper groups have shorn staff photographers down to very small numbers - or even none at all - at most centres. At the end of last year, we saw mass redundancies among staff photographers in JP, Newsquest, and others.
18 February 2015: The NUJ chapel is meeting to discuss effect of last year's redundancies, the significant restructuring since then, plus concerns raised about commercial pressures on editorial quality.
19 December 2014: As seven popular Trinity Mirror titles were banged out, the NUJ fears for the future of local journalism as they are replaced by poorly-staffed digital operations.
14 November 2014: Seven Trinity Mirror newspapers in the south, including the Harrow Observer, Reading Post and Surrey Herald are to close next month.
6 November 2014: Johnston Press has announced a range of job cuts for photographers across its local sites.