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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.
11 March 2014: The group chapel has written to chief executive Ashley Highfield calling the cut "potentially unlawful".
25 February 2014: A digital journalism apprenticeship, developed by the NUJ, will benefit 30-50 trainees working in newspapers and broadcasting.
27 January 2014: The newspaper group's titles in Scotland, Lincolnshire, Warwickshire, Northamptonshire and Buckinghamshire will no longer have staff photographers.
25 November 2013: NUJ member and representative Mike Delaney has died.
13 November 2013: The Johnston Press is to make 24 staff photographers compulsorily redundant.
4 July 2013: Despite reports that the Johnston Press is to bring in a performance-related pay review following its 18-month pay freeze, the company has given the NUJ an assurance that its normal collective bargaining agreement will be resumed.
19 March 2013: The NUJ has responded to the latest financial report from Johnston Press, criticising the cuts in staffing that have impacted on quality.
15 January 2013: The National Union of Journalists is seeking urgent talks with Johnston Press management after it announced it would be extending its pay freeze.
13 November 2012: Journalists at Johnston Press are demanding urgent talks with Johnston Press since the company announced that it is to make cuts of £30million, a £5m increase on its previous estimate.