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Sunday edition of Liverpool Echo welcomed

8 January 2014: NUJ says Trinity Mirror was wrong to close down Liverpool Post and calls for long-term committment to new Sunday edition of the Echo

After 158 years, the Liverpool Post closes

10 December 2013: After moving from daily to weekly, Trinity Mirror's Liverpool Post closes.

Press Association censured for axing lobby service to regionals

15 November 2012: The NUJ Parliamentary Group is backing an early day motion censuring the Press Association for closing its regional lobby service and making four journalists redundant.

Don Sutton former Liverpool Daily Post journalist dies aged 83

23 December 2011: NUJ Member of Honour, Don Sutton, who worked for the Liverpool Daily Post for many years, has died after a short illness.

Liverpool Daily Post becomes weekly after 150 years

24 November 2011: The Liverpool Daily Post is to cease being published as a daily and will become a weekly in the new year, with the loss of seven jobs.

MEN sale 'raises issues of editorial independence'

9 February 2010: The NUJ has described the acquisition of the Manchester Evening News (MEN) and its weekly papers by Trinity Mirror as "a very serious development".

Liverpool Trinity Mirror journalists to ballot for action

4 November 2009: NUJ members in Liverpool have unanimously passed a motion of no confidence in the management of Trinity Mirror on Merseyside after the company announced that seventeen more jobs are to go.

Signal radio journalists ballot over UTV cuts

1 July 2009: Journalists at Signal Radio in Stoke are balloting for industrial action over cuts.

Trinity Mirror moves Liverpool Echo to overnight printing

30 June 2009: The evening Liverpool Echo is to become an overnight paper from August – competing with its stablemate the Liverpool Daily Post.

Merseyside MPs call for end to Trinity Mirror cuts

24 December 2008: Six Merseyside MPs have tabled a parliamentary motion calling on Trinity Mirror to stop the haemorrhaging of jobs from its offices in Liverpool.