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25 May 2016: The NUJ has put forward a series of proposals to save the Black Country Bugle.
26 May 2015: The union is calling on members to attend the protest 1-2pm at Clarendon House, 39 Clarendon Street in Dublin 2.
22 May 2015: The union is balloting Newsquest South London NUJ members.
30 March 2015: Trinity Mirror has announced the closure of two weekly newspaper offices in Wales and the North West of England.
21 May 2014: The NUJ has notified Newsquest of co-ordinated ballots for strike action in response to redundancy threats, pay freezes and plans to transfer staff and work away from local communities. The ballots will start next week and will cover five NUJ Newsquest chapels.
8 April 2014: In the latest sign of retreat from communities, the NUJ strongly condemns the proposals and will campaign to resist attempts to create a reporting hub.
5 March 2014: The union is campaigning against imminent job cuts at Newsquest and is opposed to moving editorial production from three flagship Newsquest titles in the North East to Newport: the Northern Echo, Bradford Telegraph and Argus and The Press at York.
29 January 2014: As journalists cast their ballots, they received the backing of the NUJ's Welsh executive council, which made clear that it supported the principle of producing local newspapers locally.
17 January 2014: Ballots open in York, Darlington and Bradford over jobs losses as production moves from the North east to a subbing hub in Wales.
9 March 2010: Johnston Press management told journalists at its Scarborough newspaper they must move to Sheffield or lose their jobs.