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21 November 2008: Newsquest’s plans to sack 17 journalists from the Northern Echo are putting American shareholders ahead of the paper’s local community.
21 November 2008: Local Newsquest managers in York have reneged on a 3 per cent pay deal that had already been agreed, citing a pay freeze.
21 November 2008: The BBC Trust’s refusal to create a network of 65 local online video news services was a missed opportunity to enhance local media, the NUJ said.
20 November 2008: MPs have rallied to support journalists facing pay cuts and job losses at the UK’s biggest newspaper publishing company.
20 November 2008: Journalists in Zimbabwe have appealed for help from colleagues around the world to enable them to keep working.
19 November 2008: The NUJ has condemned senior management plans to impose a pay freeze across Trinity Mirror.
18 November 2008: Ninety jobs, most of them editorial, are to be axed at The Independent and Independent on Sunday offices in London.
13 November 2008: NUJ members at Express Newspapers have taken their concerns about changes at the paper direct to proprietor Richard Desmond.
5 November 2008: November 5 is the European Federation of Journalists’ Stand Up for Journalism Day – and it’s time to remind people why journalism matters.
5 November 2008: Newsquest must consider the health and safety implications of stress at work, the NUJ has warned.