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NUJ welcomes relaunch of Oldham Chronicle and opens talks with new owner

13 October 2017: The union welcomed the news that the Chronicle is about to relaunched after it closed in August, with the loss of 49 jobs.

Eight posts cut on Johnston Press weekly titles in the North West

6 October 2017: Joint press statement from the Preston and Blackpool chapels regarding proposed job cuts from six commercially poorly performing weekly titles in the North West.

National Union of Journalists response to Welsh government grant for hyperlocal newspapers

2 October 2017: The union welcomed the two-year grant of £200,000, but said there should be safeguards on quality and independence and the scheme must provide an opportunity for journalists who have recently been made redundant.

Drastic job cuts announced for the Birmingham Mail

15 September 2017: NUJ chapel reacts with shock and anger at Trinity Mirror’s plans to slash up to 10 jobs at the newspaper.

Trinity Mirror announce cuts & restructuring in the latest blow to local news provision

13 September 2017: Union alarmed by latest cuts announced by Trinity Mirror.

NUJ responds to Oldham Evening Chronicle closure

1 September 2017: The dreadful news came as a shock to NUJ members working for the title.

London mayor must act to stop the capital's press becoming an endangered species

21 August 2017: Union backs London Assembly report calling on the Mayor of London to show real leadership in standing up for local news in the capital.

NUJ Johnston Press chapel responds to latest company figures

2 August 2017: As JP posts news of growth and profits, its journalists say the pay freeze should end and staff numbers increased.

Leeds celebrate activist Lazenby

31 July 2017: The NUJ Leeds has honoured one of its longest serving members, Pete Lazenby, to mark his 50 years in journalism.

Trinity Mirror staff ask why they are getting a 1 per cent pay deal as company announces a 20 per cent profit

31 July 2017: As shareholders at TM can look forward to a dividend pay-out of 7.1 per cent and the company forecasts a profit of 19.6 per cent, the NUJ is asking why staff have been offered a deal which is essentially a pay cut.

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