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2 March 2017: Staff have been told that all annual pay reviews in editorial have been postponed as the company seeks to cut costs. It means many journalists at the company will not have their next pay review until 2018.
1 March 2017: This conference has been organised by NUJ Scotland as part of Local News Matters Week.
27 February 2017: Journalists working for Trinity Mirror have welcomed company's news of a profit increase of more than 25 per cent, but say if that is the case why are they being offered below-inflation salary increases?
24 February 2017: All welcome to attend the launch event of new research on local news provision in the UK and the impact on democracy.
23 February 2017: The NUJ has criticised the Evening Standard for moving to a one-edition a day print publication, cutting sub-editors work and pay by half and putting reporters on a four-day week.
16 February 2017: How are local news organisations keeping Bristol in the know in an age of fake news, falling revenues and the digital revolution?
7 February 2017: A NUJ reps' summit as part of Local News Matters week
3 February 2017: The newspaper group should clarify why its latest accounts have wiped hundreds of millions of pounds off its revenue column, turned in a paper loss of £47 million and sliced more than 3,500 staff off the books.
19 January 2017: Trinity Mirror has made a series of announcements concerning its regional weekly and daily titles, with 77 jobs to go and 44 new roles, including 17 video journalists and producer roles, to be created.
Newsquest boss pockets £1.5m as staff denied an across-the-board pay rise for the tenth year running
17 January 2017: Newsquest chief executive Henry Faure Walker collected a pay package worth up to a maximum of £1.5 million – the equivalent to hiring 75 newly qualified journalists.