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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.
10 March 2017: NUJ renews call for the setting up of expert news advisory group in Wales after it emerged that more than £300,000 had been paid to Newsquest.
7 March 2017: Just two months after more than halving the workforce at the south Wales centre, 14 jobs will go as Newsquest closes it down.
1 December 2016: Newsquest has turned Scroogequest at Christmas by announcing redundancies in Newport.
18 August 2016: The union has serious concerns about Newsquest’s production policy as it plans to cut 20 jobs in its Newport and Weymouth hubs.
13 June 2016: After a lengthy battle, the union has achieved statutory trade union recognition at the South Wales Argus in Newport.
9 November 2015: The publisher is to move eight posts on its titles in south London to its production centres in Weymouth and Newport.
10 February 2015: Newsquest is charging students for the chance of having their work published in one of its titles.
26 June 2014: Tim Dawson, NUJ vice-president, describes a morning on the picket line with Newsquest strikers in Blackburn and an fternoon speaking at the Revival of Local Journalism Conference in Salford