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Regional journalists join forces to fight job cuts

1 December 2008: Media owners were guilty of grand larceny and reckless cost-cutting, the NUJ said today as figures revealed hundreds of jobs were being cut at profitable newspaper groups.

York journalists address city council about Newsquest cuts

28 November 2008: The City of York Council was yesterday treated to a rundown of Newsquest's cost-cutting strategies.

Newsquest Bradford journalists vote to ballot

27 November 2008: NUJ members at Newsquest Bradford have voted unanimously to ballot for industrial action if threatened with compulsory redundancies.

Ballot called as newspapers abandon northern towns

25 November 2008: NUJ members at Newsquest North East have voted unanimously to hold a ballot for industrial action to fight cuts across the group.

Newsquest cuts 'will benefit US shareholders'

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.

Pay rise snatched away by Newsquest in York

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.

NUJ marks European Stand up for Journalism Day

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.

Newsquest stress survey 'worrying'

5 November 2008: Newsquest must consider the health and safety implications of stress at work, the NUJ has warned.

Newsquest award winners left out in the cold

13 June 2008: Staff at York and County Press nominated for a media award were ignored – only management was invited to the Press Gazette Regional Press Awards ceremony in London.

Newsquest to cut more jobs at Herald titles

1 May 2008: Newsquest has announced more job cuts at The Herald, the Sunday Herald and the Evening Times in Scotland.

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