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NUJ Johnston Press chapel responds to latest company figures

2 August 2017: As JP posts news of growth and profits, its journalists say the pay freeze should end and staff numbers increased.

Tribute to Graham Noble (1942-2017)

13 July 2017: Graham Noble, one of Fleet Street’s most admired and well-loved sub-editors, has died from complications following heart surgery.

Transformational or delusional?

5 August 2016: The poor performance of Johnston Press and its CEO Ashley Highfield is causing great concern for the NUJ.

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.

Carnage for members across Scotland, warns NUJ

5 February 2016: General secretary announces Scottish members have the backing of the whole union in any action they choose to take.

Johnston Press starts the year with cull of almost 100 jobs

11 January 2016: Thirty three jobs to go in Scotland and 13 in Northern Ireland, and closure of production hubs in Edinburgh and Peterborough.

Tribute to Ian Bell

8 January 2016: Robbie Dinwoodie recalls the work and life of journalist and columnist for the Scottish press and life-long socialist Ian Bell.

Cuts are not the way forward, says NUJ, as jobs go at Scotsman and further "efficiency savings" planned

30 October 2014: Merger of Scottish titles puts 45 jobs at risk and despite encouraging figures and digital growth, Johnston Press promises further "efficiency savings"

Scottish government 'must save media industry'

2 May 2012: The NUJ has called for the Scottish government to launch an inquiry into the future of the country's media.

Is Johnston Press killing off the daily paper?

16 April 2012: Johnston Press is switching five of its daily newspapers into weeklies in a major overhaul by Ashley Highfield, the newspaper group's new chief executive.

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