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Trinity Mirror breaks 'no more redundancies' pledge

13 July 2010: Trinity Mirror group, owners of the Manchester Evening News, have announced a further round of redundancies.

200 job cuts planned at Trinity Mirror nationals

10 June 2010: Trinity Mirror has announced plans to axe 200 jobs at the Daily and Sunday Mirror and The People.

Times editor under fire for compulsory redundancies

2 June 2010: James Harding, editor of The Times, is under fire from the NUJ for the way in which jobs have been cut at the newspaper.

Johnston Press board questioned as journalists strike

1 May 2010: Journalists bombarded directors of the Johnston Press Group with tough questions at the company's annual shareholders' meeting in Edinburgh.

Johnston Press journalists in Scarborough to strike

28 April 2010: Journalists working for Johnston Press in Scarborough, Whitby and Malton are taking strike action next Friday.

Manchester Evening News cuts condemned

22 April 2010: Journalists and their colleagues at the Manchester Evening News have condemned the announcement of redundancies in clerical and finance departments.

Reporter mourns death of local journalism

31 March 2010: An anonymous reporter who describes "the death of local journalism" underlines the need for urgent action to save professional newsgathering in Britain and Ireland.

Red Bee Media members ballot for industrial action

11 March 2010: NUJ members at media management company, Red Bee Media, are voting on industrial action over attacks on their established redundancy terms agreement.

Birmingham Trinity Mirror journalists ballot for action

14 January 2010: Trinity Mirror plans to make yet further cutbacks at its Birmingham centre – and NUJ members working for the Birmingham Post and Mail are voting once again on whether to take industrial action.

Birmingham Trinity Mirror journalists plan strike action

25 November 2009: NUJ members at Trinity Mirror's Birmingham papers will strike in the next three weeks unless the threat of compulsory redundancies is lifted.

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