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17 April 2014: Delegates left Eastbourne with a renewed sense of purpose after one of the most successful delegate meetings in recent years – and with a determination to ensure a future for a fair and free press.
12 April 2014: Conference vows to combat newspaper closures, user-generated copy and the “disastrous” subbing-hubs.
3 April 2014: Plans by Northcliffe to restructure newspaper titles could further weaken a local media already in crisis.
21 November 2012: Local World, a new newspaper conglomerate headed by David Montgomery, former Trinity Mirror chief executive, was launched today as Northcliffe Media and Iliffe News & Media announced they had been sold to the new venture.
11 October 2012: Victories for the union as the crisis in the regional press deepened.
6 June 2012: The Office of Fair Trading has decided to allow Northcliffe Media's bid to buy the Northampton and Long Eaton Topper.
18 April 2012: Journalists and members of the community have held a lively demonstration to protest against the loss of up to 20 jobs at the city's newspaper.
27 February 2012: The NUJ chapel at the Leicester Mercury has written to publisher David Simms saying his plan to cut staff by 20 per cent will severely damage one of the Midland's most important newspapers.
15 February 2012: Up to eleven journalists risk redundancy at the Leicester Mercury under plans by the paper's owner to restructure following falls in circulation and advertising revenue.
11 April 2011: Delegates to the union's Southport conference voted unanimously to support chapels resisting job cuts and other attacks.