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23 May 2011: The struggling Johnston Press group has resorted to offering its underpaid journalists the chance to play free games of online bingo to supplement their wages.
13 May 2011: Johnston Press has announced plans to close the local office of the Epworth Bells and Crowle Advertiser.
28 April 2011: Members of the NUJ will be attending the Johnston Press Annual General Meeting today as delegates.
11 April 2011: Delegates to the union's Southport conference voted unanimously to support chapels resisting job cuts and other attacks.
5 April 2011: Pete Murray, NUJ President, opened the NUJ delegate conference in Southport by stressing the importance of recent marches and rallies against the cuts programmes of the UK and Irish governments.
9 March 2011: Johnston Press plc has decided to allow its chief executive, John Fry, to take 12 months to hand over the reins of the group.
8 February 2011: A strike by nearly sixty journalists at Sheffield Newspapers has been suspended after the NUJ chapel accepted a new deal.
7 February 2011: Journalists at Sheffield Newspapers will strike this week over management plans to halve the number of production jobs at the Johnston Press 'editorial hub' in the city.
31 January 2011: Journalists at the Sheffield Star are preparing to take industrial action over management plans to cut jobs at the Johnston Press "editorial hub" in the city.
14 January 2011: Journalists at the Sheffield Star are voting on industrial action over management plans to shut down jobs at its editorial 'hub' in the city.