Showing items tagged with 'local newspapers'
15 September 2017: NUJ chapel reacts with shock and anger at Trinity Mirror’s plans to slash up to 10 jobs at the newspaper.
13 September 2017: Union alarmed by latest cuts announced by Trinity Mirror.
1 September 2017: The dreadful news came as a shock to NUJ members working for the title.
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.
2 August 2017: As JP posts news of growth and profits, its journalists say the pay freeze should end and staff numbers increased.
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.
25 July 2017: NUJ members were shocked at the scale of proposed job losses and the union has now submitted a list of demands to the company.
6 July 2017: Chapel members have implored the shareholders to give the existing management three months to develop a business plan and a long term strategy for the County Press.
7 June 2017: Grant money returned to the Welsh Government from Newsquest, after it shut its subbing hub in Newport, should be used to aid local newspapers, says the NUJ.
10 May 2017: After closing its subbing hub in Newport, Newsquest is stopping production in Weymouth ending what the NUJ has called a monumentally-mistaken policy.