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NUJ resists Newsquest's 'arbitrary removal' of bank holiday payments

17 February 2012: The NUJ chapel at Newsquest Southampton has condemned the latest attack on the terms of conditions and pay of members.

Newsquest profits from tragic death

16 February 2012: Journalists at the Newsquest-owned Bolton News and Bury Times Group have accused management of using the tragic death of a colleague as an opportunity to save money.

Action on pay spreads at Newsquest in Essex

6 February 2012: NUJ members at Essex County Newspapers, based in Colchester, will join their colleagues at nearby Basildon in taking strike action on pay next week.

Newsquest staff start work-to-rule

30 January 2012: Newspaper staff in South East Essex have started a work-to-rule today in protest at the latest pay freeze at Newsquest newspaper titles.

Newsquest members in Essex announce strike action on pay

26 January 2012: NUJ members at Newsquest South East Essex plan to take action about pay at the end of January.

Newsquest journalists in Essex plan walk-out over pay

18 January 2012: NUJ members at Newsquest-owned Essex County Newspapers, based in Colchester, have voted in favour of strike action and action short of a strike.

Newsquest journalists in Essex ballot for action

3 January 2012: Journalists at major Newsquest newspaper titles are being balloted for industrial action over pay.

New Year chill – Newsquest papers start 2012 with pay freeze

15 December 2011: NUJ chapels of Newsquest's titles are reporting a freeze on pay rises from January, with the option of a "review" later in the year.

Newsquest cuts jobs and threatens quality despite profits boom

19 October 2011: Newsquest bosses in the Midlands ordered a fresh round of job cuts despite a massive profit surge in the previous 12 months, new figures released by the NUJ show.

Newsquest cuts keep profits up

7 October 2011: Newsquest profits leapt 15 per cent to £82.5 million in 2010, as bosses kept staff pay frozen, cut 800 jobs throughout the country and closed the pension scheme during the year.

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