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Sheffield Star journalists to vote on strike

14 January 2011: Journalists at the Sheffield Star are voting on industrial action over management plans to shut down jobs at its editorial 'hub' in the city.

Strikers take dispute to Newsquest boss

10 January 2011: Striking Newsquest journalists have brought their dispute over pay and job cuts to the multinational group's bosses.

Talks urged as strikes continue at Newsquest centres

7 January 2011: Southampton, Brighton and Darlington journalists are sticking to their strike over pay and compulsory redundancies at Newsquest.

Strikes averted at Irish Johnston Press titles

24 November 2010: Strikes planned by NUJ chapels in Johnston Press (JP) owned titles in the Republic of Ireland have been averted.

Newsquest to sack entire newsroom

18 November 2010: Newsquest is to sack 18 journalists and create 16 new posts at the Bradford Telegraph & Argus, Ilkley Gazette, Wharfedale & Airedale Observer and the Keighley News.

Newsquest North East members ballot for action

16 November 2010: NUJ members at Newsquest North East have begun a ballot for industrial action in protest at proposed redundancies and a continuing pay freeze across the group.

Northcliffe 'gross incompetence' creates job losses

2 November 2010: Northcliffe Media has decided to sack more than 50 staff as part of a raft of changes to the nationwide hub operation the company set up 18 months ago.

Expected cuts to BBC World Service condemned

19 October 2010: The UK government is expected to announce plans to cut the budget of the BBC World Service from April next year as part of the Comprehensive Spending Review.

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.

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