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Stop labelling Local World jobs as Trinity Mirror, says NUJ

25 January 2017: The job ads give applicants a false impression of the benefits on offer.

Award-winning paper "regretfully" snubs industry awards over sacking of photographers

19 April 2016: Journalists on the Leicester Mercury, winner of last year's regional press awards, have asked to be dropped from this year's awards after two-thirds of photographic team have been made redundant.

Huge cull of photographer posts at Local World

8 February 2016: Trinity Mirror is proposing to cut picture staff across the former Local World titles.

NUJ denounces freelance fee offered by the Leicester Mercury

29 May 2014: An experienced freelance journalist was asked to cover four days of cricket for a total fee of £150.

NUJ members at Leicester Mercury lambast "axeman" Simms

27 February 2012: The NUJ chapel at the Leicester Mercury has written to publisher David Simms saying his plan to cut staff by 20 per cent will severely damage one of the Midland's most important newspapers.

Up to 11 jobs at risk on Leicester Mercury

15 February 2012: Up to eleven journalists risk redundancy at the Leicester Mercury under plans by the paper's owner to restructure following falls in circulation and advertising revenue.

NUJ Regional Press Awards shortlist announced

24 June 2010: The NUJ has released details of the shortlisted entries in the NUJ Regional Press Awards.

Leicester Mercury urged to support their own county campaign

18 March 2009: Journalists are calling on the Leicester Mercury to back its own Support our County campaign and cancel plans to transfer jobs to Nottingham.

Derby Telegraph journalists accuse Northcliffe of hypocrisy

16 March 2009: Journalists in Derby have called on their local paper to recognise the hypocrisy of its campaign to stop tax office jobs being sent to Nottingham – while transferring its sub-editors to the same place.

Trinity Mirror and Northcliffe to cut more jobs

23 February 2009: Newspaper owners in Glasgow and the East Midlands plan to get rid of 100 journalists' jobs.