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6 September 2012: Donegal journalists are celebrating success in saving jobs at the Johnston Press-owned Donegal Democrat series after management tried to make a photographer redundant.
5 July 2012: In typical newspaper fashion, a late breaking story delayed the final edition of the Offaly Express.
5 July 2012: NUJ members in Sheffield Newspapers Ltd have announced a ballot for strike action in response to job cuts announced by Johnston Press.
2 July 2012: The National Union of Journalists has called on the Irish Government to set up a Commission on the future of the media in Ireland.
19 June 2012: Johnston Press has undertaken a cutting review with plans to axe journalists' jobs, including two chief photographers, production journalists and planners.
15 June 2012: Johnston Press have announced 19 editorial redundancies at the Leeds-based Yorkshire Post and Yorkshire Evening Post.
13 June 2012: The NUJ handed out a letter to Johnston Press shareholders, meeting in London, which asked them to ask searching questions about the newspaper group's plans for a major overhaul of its titles.
22 May 2012: The NUJ Yorkshire Weekly Newspaper Group Chapel has declared no confidence in the managing director of the West Yorkshire Publishing Unit, Helen Oldham, following the latest announcement about organisational change.
2 May 2012: The NUJ has called for the Scottish government to launch an inquiry into the future of the country's media.
26 April 2012: The Government must introduce subsidies and tax advantages for local newspapers if they are to survive, MPs were told at a Westminster debate on the future of the industry.