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6 August 2014: After almost a year of negotiations the NUJ has accepted a pay deal, covering members in the Derry Journal, the Belfast Newsletter and Morton Newspapers.
6 August 2014: Now is the time to invest in editorial,end job cuts and give journalists a proper pay rise, says NUJ.
27 June 2014: A NUJ delegation at the AGM voted against the directors' renumeration, asked why freelances are waiting for their money and won a pledge on talks about investment.
29 May 2014: Launch of the Forth Valley College Digital Journalism MA at the Stirling Campus.
7 May 2014: As staff suffer double-figure wage cuts in real terms,the newspaper group has awarded bonuses and big pay-offs to management
2 May 2014: The NUJ has strongly condemned a contract circulated to freelance photographers by Johnston Press.
8 April 2014: In the latest sign of retreat from communities, the NUJ strongly condemns the proposals and will campaign to resist attempts to create a reporting hub.
1 April 2014: Fourteen Johnston Press titles have been sold to Iconic Newspapers Limited.
28 March 2014: Group chapel said: "Our colleagues are leaving in droves and we are faced with increased workloads and cuts to terms and conditions. That is not a sustainable situation."
21 March 2014: The Johnston Press has backed down from plans to halve its mileage rate, after NUJ members protested by refusing to use their own cars on jobs.