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NUJ reacts to Johnston Press company performance

22 March 2016: Financial statement confirms company profits before tax increased by 22.6 per cent as NUJ members in Northern Ireland vote for industrial action.

Johnston Press bosses told to forgo 2014 bonuses

27 March 2015: Johnston Press has reported a pre-tax loss of £23.9m for the past year and a 2.8pc increase in its operating profits. But staff say they are still facing job cuts and endless restructuring.

Johnston Press reports "solid" performance in six-month results

6 August 2014: Now is the time to invest in editorial,end job cuts and give journalists a proper pay rise, says NUJ.

Johnston Press makes a profit at expense of 1,600 jobs

28 March 2014: Group chapel said: "Our colleagues are leaving in droves and we are faced with increased workloads and cuts to terms and conditions. That is not a sustainable situation."

NUJ gives cautious welcome to Trinity Mirror's latest figures

13 March 2014: The good news is a 2.6 per cent rise in pre-tax profits, but former chief executive Sly Bailey's toxic legacy remains as she pockets more than £400,000.

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.

3,000 sign Yorkshire strikers' petition for quality local journalism

26 August 2011: More than 3,000 readers have now signed a petition backing the indefinite strike by journalists at South Yorkshire Newspapers in defence of jobs and quality journalism.

Newsquest to cut swathes of jobs in North West

18 August 2011: Newsquest has announced plans to axe swathes of jobs in the North West of England.

Trinity Mirror plans £25m cuts in 2011

12 August 2011: The Trinity Mirror group is planning cuts totalling £25m in 2011.

Newsquest profits from cuts

7 October 2010: Newsquest's continuing attack on its own journalists combined with greed in the boardroom has been exposed – by the company's own figures.

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