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19 March 2015: Fifty community representatives have joined members of the NUJ in West Yorkshire to voice concerns about the impact of job cuts on local newspapers.
10 December 2014: Photographic staff are being targeted at Reuters, Newsquest and The Times as the assault on staff photographers' jobs continues.
26 November 2014: Johnston Press has announced up to 19 job cuts in the county's titles as the company's "relentless cutbacks" continue.
14 November 2014: Moratorium on cuts called for as survey reveals journalists working long hours without breaks as they take on more tasks with fewer staff in the newsroom.
11 November 2014: Letter to culture and digital economy minister, Ed Vaizey, says with the general election looming, there is genuine concern the local press no longer has the capacity to cover local and national politics in depth.
6 November 2014: Johnston Press has announced a range of job cuts for photographers across its local sites.
31 October 2014: The NUJ's joint Yorkshire Post-Yorkshire Evening Post chapel has reluctantly accepted a pay offer of £591 across the board.
Cuts are not the way forward, says NUJ, as jobs go at Scotsman and further "efficiency savings" planned
30 October 2014: Merger of Scottish titles puts 45 jobs at risk and despite encouraging figures and digital growth, Johnston Press promises further "efficiency savings"
15 October 2014: The union condemns Johnston Press as 13 photographers’ in its southern titles face redundancy.
24 September 2014: A confidential online stress survey has been launched at Johnston Press.