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Local World newspaper should not be mouthpiece for police

14 March 2014: David Montgomery’s distorted vision is to allow police, and other public and private organisations, to post their stories directly on to local websites.

'Inside stories' with Nick Davies - Brighton branch

4 October 2013: Brighton branch meeting with guest speaker - journalist Nick Davies of the Guardian.

Quality Publishing

20 September 2011: How low can quality go?

South Yorkshire strikers return to work

7 September 2011: NUJ members at South Yorkshire Newspapers (SYN) have returned to work after 55 days out on strike.

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.

Strike over compulsory redundancies at BBC

1 August 2011: Journalists across the BBC are on strike in their second stoppage against compulsory redundancies.

Local Epworth office newspaper replaced with minature mailbox

1 August 2011: A two-foot tall mailbox is the latest dynamic device introduced by South Yorkshire Newspapers to try to counter the popular NUJ strike at the Doncaster Free Press, Epworth Bells, Selby Times and South Yorkshire Times.

BBC strike - updates

1 August 2011: Journalists at the BBC’s Arabic Service are continuing strike action against unfair working conditions.

Local legend and shadow health secretary backs South Yorkshire strike

11 July 2011: The Shadow health secretary and a local legend are among those who have declared support for the striking South Yorkshire Newspapers journalists.

Newsquest journalists in South London strike for jobs and quality

17 June 2011: Journalists at Newsquest in South London have held a two-day strike in their dispute over redundancies and in support of quality local journalism.

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