Showing items tagged with 'northern echo'
29 November 2019: The NUJ has unfortunately become accustomed to the company wielding the axe on jobs and quality local journalism just before Christmas
26 July 2018: Management at Newsquest’s Northern Echo, which faces the loss of eight further posts, had already been warned by staff that the situation in editorial was at crisis point.
2 March 2018: The former Sunday Times editor had plenty to say about fake news, Facebook, Google, Donald Trump, truth and good writing in conversation with NUJ president Tim Dawson.
21 December 2017: Journalists working for Newsquest in Darlington have voted for industrial action. In Swindon this week NUJ members were told they are being made redundant in meetings lasting less than 10 minutes.
3 September 2015: Nine jobs could go, leaving titles in York, Darlington and Bradford with one photographer role each.
29 April 2015: More than 30 posts put at risk as Gannett, the US parent company's AGM celebrates bumper wages for executives and an insulting corporate video saying Everything is Awesome
18 October 2014: The TUC’s Britain needs a pay rise demos brought trade unionists out on the streets in London, Glasgow and Belfast.
20 February 2014: Newspaper's management puts distorted spin on popular strike to save local journalism and local jobs
5 February 2014: Journalists on Newsquest titles in Bradford and York have voted in favour of strike action and industrial action short of a strike.
31 January 2014: 75 per cent yes vote for strike action as Newsquest moves editorial production to Newport, Wales, resulting in redundancies.