Showing items tagged with 'johnston press'
28 January 2009: The NUJ chapel at the Derry Journal is to ballot over industrial action in response to plans to push through compulsory redundancies.
24 January 2009: The media owners are responsible for the crisis in the industry and they are incapable of providing the solution, the NUJ's Jobs Summit in London today was told.
21 January 2009: Journalists in Leeds are to be balloted for strike action after Johnston Press announced three compulsory redundancies and called for 15 more volunteers to leave the company.
8 January 2009: About 100 people gathered outside the Yorkshire Post offices in Leeds today to show the new chief executive they are passionate about the paper's future.
23 December 2008: Johnston Press have announced today that they plan to slash eight more editorial jobs across their southern division.
11 December 2008: Johnston Press announced today that it intends to bring all its subbing and production work acrosss Northern Ireland and Donegal into one centre at Craigavon.
5 December 2008: Johnston Press has announced a pay freeze, reneging on a number of two- and three-year pay deals that have already been agreed.
3 December 2008: Journalist Sally Murrer said she was "overwhelmed by the solidarity and support" she had from fellow journalists and the NUJ through her 19-month legal ordeal.
1 December 2008: Media owners were guilty of grand larceny and reckless cost-cutting, the NUJ said today as figures revealed hundreds of jobs were being cut at profitable newspaper groups.
25 November 2008: NUJ members at Newsquest North East have voted unanimously to hold a ballot for industrial action to fight cuts across the group.